Jason A. Shaw
Jason A. Shaw
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Syllabification in Moroccan Arabic: evidence from patterns of temporal stability in articulation
J Shaw, AI Gafos, P Hoole, C Zeroual
Phonology, 187-215, 2009
Dynamic invariance in the phonetic expression of syllable structure: a case study of Moroccan Arabic consonant clusters
JA Shaw, AI Gafos, P Hoole, C Zeroual
Phonology, 455-490, 2011
Sources of illusion in consonant cluster perception
L Davidson, JA Shaw
Journal of Phonetics 40 (2), 234-248, 2012
The lingual articulation of devoiced/u/in Tokyo Japanese
JA Shaw, S Kawahara
Journal of Phonetics 66, 100-119, 2018
Stochastic time models of syllable structure
JA Shaw, AI Gafos
PloS one 10 (5), e0124714, 2015
Compensatory lengthening via mora preservation in OT-CC: theory and predictions
J Shaw
GLSA, University of Massachusetts, 2008
Effects of surprisal and entropy on vowel duration in Japanese
JA Shaw, S Kawahara
Language and speech 62 (1), 80-114, 2019
Perceptual similarity in input–output mappings: A computational/experimental study of non-native speech production
JA Shaw, L Davidson
Lingua 121 (8), 1344-1358, 2011
Stochastic time analysis of syllable-referential intervals and simplex onsets
AI Gafos, S Charlow, JA Shaw, P Hoole
Journal of Phonetics 44, 152-166, 2014
The effect of word learning on the perception of non-native consonant sequences
L Davidson, J Shaw, T Adams
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 122 (6), 3697-3709, 2007
Resilience of English vowel perception across regional accent variation
J Shaw, CT Best, G Docherty, BG Evans, P Foulkes, J Hay, KE Mulak
Laboratory Phonology 9 (1), 2018
Influences of tone on vowel articulation in Mandarin Chinese
JA Shaw, W Chen, MI Proctor, D Derrick
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 59 (6), S1566-S1574, 2016
Predictability and phonology: past, present and future
J Shaw, S Kawahara
Linguistic Vanguard 4 (S2), 1-11, 2018
Recognizing words across regional accents: the role of perceptual assimilation in lexical competition.
CT Best, JA Shaw, E Clancy
INTERSPEECH 2013, 14th, 2013
ti/~/tʃi/contrast preservation in Japanese loans is parasitic on segmental cues to prosodic structure
J Shaw
Proceedings of ICPhS XVI, 1365-1368, 2007
Assessing surface phonological specification through simulation and classification of phonetic trajectories
JA Shaw, S Kawahara
Phonology 35 (3), 481-522, 2018
Surviving truncation: Informativity at the interface of morphology and phonology
JA Shaw, C Han, Y Ma
Morphology 24 (4), 407-432, 2014
Quantitative evaluation of competing syllable parses
JA Shaw, AI Gafos
Proceedings of the 11th Meeting of the ACL Special Interest Group on†…, 2010
Temporal dynamics of lateral channel formation in/l: 3D EMA data from Australian English
J Ying, C Carignan, JA Shaw, M Proctor, D Derrick, CT Best
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the International Speech†…, 2017
Language contact and phonological contrast: the case of coronal affricates in Japanese loans
J Shaw, R Balusu
Language contact: New perspectives 28, 155, 2010
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