“Learners can change artificial languages to constrain free variation in line with typological principles.” Paper presented at OCP18, London, UK (with Youngah Do).
“Inductive bias in acquisition of phonological variation in an artificial language.” Poster presented at LSA Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT (with Youngah Do).
“Variable vowel convergence in a novel cooperative task.” Poster presented at ASA, New Orleans, LA (with Jennifer Nycz).
“Variable vowel convergence in a cooperative task.” Poster presented at NWAV46, Madison, WI (with Jennifer Nycz).
“L2 English speakers with syllable-timed L1s rely on rhythmic cues in English perception, but are not more likely to produce conversational isochrony.” Paper presented at BICLCE7, Vigo, Spain.
“A corpus study of the influence of input in child acquisition of African American English aspectual markers”. Poster presented at NWAV44, Toronto, ON.
“Extending a North American English category learner to a non-standard variety: Categorizing vowels across speech styles in Glaswegian English.” Paper presented at ICPhS18, Glasgow, UK.
“Investigating an acoustic measure of perceived isochrony.” Poster presented at NWAV43, Chicago, IL (with Grace C. Sullivan).
“Pathways of obsolescence: Scots /u(:)/ across borders.” Paper presented at PLC38, Philadelphia, PA.