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Name: Alexei  Kochetov
Institution: University of Toronto
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State and/or Country: NA
Canada   
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Phonetics
Phonology
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): Komi-Permyak
Russian
Selected Publications:
Announced on LINGUIST :  Production, Perception, and Emergent Phonotactic Patterns
 Proceedings of the 24th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Production, Perception, and Emergent Phonotactic Patterns
Dissertation Director * of: The Effect of Perceptual Salience on Phonetic Accommodation in Cross-Dialectal Conversation in Spanish
(Bethany MacLeod, Author)
Dissertation Abstract: Production, Perception, and Emergent Phonotactic Patterns: A case of contrastive palatalization
Reviewer of: Phonology/Phonetics: Shahin (2002) (LL Issue 14.1874)
Academic Paper Abstract: The Role of Social Factors in the Dynamics of Sound Change: A case study of a Russian dialect
Place assimilation and phonetic grounding: a cross-linguistic perceptual study
Phonetic variability and grammatical knowledge: an articulatory study of Korean place assimilation
Phonetically based phonology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Japanese mimetic palatalisation revisited: implications for conflicting directionality

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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