Recent LVC Lab publications

Arnson, Shelby and Charlie Farrington. 2017. Twentieth century sound change in Washington DC African American English. University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics: Vol. 23: Iss. 2, Article 2. <PDF via PWPL>

Farrington, Charlie, Tyler Kendall and Valerie Fridland. 2018. Vowel dynamics in the Southern Vowel Shift. American Speech 93.2: 186-222.

Kendall, Tyler and Valerie Fridland. 2017. Regional Relationships among the Low Vowels of U.S. English: Evidence from Production and Perception. Language Variation and Change 29.2: 245 – 271.

McLarty, Jason. 2018. African American Language and European American English Intonation Variation Over Time in The American South. American Speech 93.1: 32-78.

McLarty, Jason, Tyler Kendall and Charlie Farrington. 2016. Investigating the development of the contemporary Oregonian English vowel system. In Fridland, Valerie, Betsy Evans, Tyler Kendall and Alicia Wassink (eds.), Speech in the Western States, Vol. 1: The Pacific Coast. Publication of the American Dialect Society. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 135-157.

Vaughn, Charlotte, and Tyler Kendall. 2018. Listener sensitivity to probabilistic conditioning of sociolinguistic variables: The case of (ING). Journal of Memory and Language 103: 58-73.

Vaughn, Charlotte, Tyler Kendall, and Kaylynn Gunter. 2018. Probing the Social Meaning of English Adjective Intensifiers as a Class Lab Project. American Speech 93.2: 298-311.