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Journal Title: Phonology
Volume/Issue:   26/1
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: Learning Lexical Indexation
by Andries W. Coetzee
pp 109-145

Linking Speech Errors and Phonological Grammars: Insights from Harmonic Grammar networks
by Matthew Goldrick, Robert Daland
pp 147-185

Syllabification in Moroccan Arabic: Evidence from patterns of temporal stability in articulation
by Jason Anthony Shaw, Adamantios I. Gafos, Philip Hoole, Chakir Zeroual
pp 187-215

Greek wh-Questions and the Phonology of Intonation
by Amalia Arvaniti, D. Robert Ladd
pp 43-74

Listeners' Knowledge of Phonological Universals: Evidence from nasal clusters
by Iris Berent, Tracy Lennertz, Paul Smolensky, Vered Vaknin-Nusbaum
pp 75-108

Feature-Based Generalisation as a Source of Gradient Acceptability
by Adam Albright
pp 9-41

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
 
LL Issue: 20.2396