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The Phonology of Contact: Creole sound change in context
by Ng, E-Ching, Ph.D.  Yale University. 2015: 191 pages; 3663654.
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Optimal Diphthongs: An OT Analysis of the Acquisition of Spanish Diphthongs
by Krause, Alice, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Albany. 2013: 187 pages; 3567812.
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Similarity in L2 phonology
by Barrios, Shannon L., Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2013: 163 pages; 3600018.
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Relations Between Phonological Abilities at 30 Months and Outcomes at Five Years of Young Bilinguals
by Rasansky, Brittany, M.A.  The George Washington University. 2015: 61 pages; 1590370.
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Articulatory Uniformity through Articulatory Reuse: Insights from an Ultrasound Study of Sūzhōu Chinese
by Faytak, Matthew Donald, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2018: 167 pages; 10844962.
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Statistical methods of latent structure discovery in child-directed speech
by Panteleyeva, Natalya B., Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2010: 161 pages; 3439587.
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Vowel lengthening in L2: A strategy for some coda devoicers?
by Green, Rebekah JoAnne, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2013: 78 pages; 1527375.
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Acquisition of three vowel contrasts by Russian speakers of American English
by Makarova, Aleksandra Olegovna, Ph.D.  Harvard University. 2010: 222 pages; 3415420.
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Usage frequency and articulatory reduction in Vietnamese tonogenesis
by Stebbins, Jeff Roesler, Ph.D.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2010: 190 pages; 3404057.
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Brain and behavior in children with phonological delays: Phonological, lexical, and sensory system interactions
by Cummings, Alycia Erin, Ph.D.  University of California, San Diego. 2009: 283 pages; 3352373.
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L1 influence on acoustic cue weighting in perception and production of English high front vowel contrasts
by Udovchenko, Inessa, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2016: 84 pages; 1606062.
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A landmark underspecification account of the patterning of glottal stop
by Borroff, Marianne L., Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2007: 207 pages; 3299719.
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Acoustic Analysis of English Vowels by Young Spanish-English Bilingual Language Learners
by Srinivasan, Nandini, M.A.  The George Washington University. 2018: 52 pages; 10815722.
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Arabic adaptation of loanwords: An empirical examination of pharyngealization and vowel epenthesis
by Alzaaq, Abdullah Y., M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2017: 83 pages; 10253005.
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Competing Factors in Phonological Learning Models: The Acquisition of English Consonant Clusters
by Reynolds, Amy R., M.A.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2011: 98 pages; 1500741.
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A Study of Loanwords and Code Switching in Spoken and Online Written Arabic by Palestinian Israelis
by Abu-Elhij'a Mahajna, Duaa, Ph.D.  Indiana University. 2019: 215 pages; 13865054.
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Writing and Signed Languages
by Martin, Joe C., M.A.  University of South Carolina. 2007: 145 pages; 10798601.
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The rise of disyllables in old Chinese: The role of Lianmian words
by Li, Jian, Ph.D.  City University of New York. 2013: 188 pages; 3553133.
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L1 Biases in Learning Root-and-Pattern Morphology
by Drake, Shiloh Nicole, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2018: 126 pages; 10932694.
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Environmental and language-driven phonological cues in bilingual language production
by Salkauski, Wallace J., Ph.D.  The Florida State University. 2012: 133 pages; 3539617.
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‘Gem’ or ‘Jam’? - Perception and Production of American English Vowel Contrasts by Brazilian Portuguese ESL Speakers
by Souza Farias, Luciene, M.A.  Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. 2012: 169 pages; 1517347.
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