Rory Turnbull
Rory Turnbull
Lecturer in Phonetics and Phonology, Newcastle University
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Constraints of tones, vowels and consonants on lexical selection in Mandarin Chinese
S Wiener, R Turnbull
Language and speech 59 (1), 59-82, 2016
612016
Variation in the prosody of focus in head-and head/edge-prominence languages
RS Burdin, S Phillips-Bourass, R Turnbull, M Yasavul, CG Clopper, ...
Lingua 165, 254-276, 2015
392015
Prominence perception is dependent on phonology, semantics, and awareness of discourse
R Turnbull, AJ Royer, K Ito, SR Speer
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (8), 1017-1033, 2017
312017
Patterns of individual differences in the perception of missing-fundamental tones.
DR Ladd, R Turnbull, C Browne, C Caldwell-Harris, L Ganushchak, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 39 (5 …, 2013
312013
The role of predictability in intonational variability
R Turnbull
Language and Speech 60 (1), 123-153, 2017
282017
Exploring variation in phonetic reduction: Linguistic, social, and cognitive factors
CG Clopper, R Turnbull
Rethinking reduction, 25-72, 2018
222018
Assessing the listener-oriented account of predictability-based phonetic reduction
R Turnbull
Ohio State University, 2015
182015
Patterns of probabilistic segment deletion/reduction in English and Japanese
R Turnbull
Linguistics Vanguard 4 (s2), 2018
162018
Nasal place assimilation trades off inferrability of both target and trigger words
R Turnbull, S Seyfarth, E Hume, TF Jaeger
Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 9 (1), 2018
152018
Interactions among lexical and discourse characteristics in vowel production
RS Burdin, R Turnbull, CG Clopper
Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 22, 060005, 2015
152015
Contextual predictability and the prosodic realisation of focus: a cross-linguistic comparison
R Turnbull, RS Burdin, CG Clopper, J Tonhauser
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 1-16, 2015
142015
What governs a language’s lexicon? Determining the organizing principles of phonological neighbourhood networks
R Turnbull, S Peperkamp
International Workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications, 83-94, 2016
112016
Assessing predictability effects in connected read speech
CG Clopper, R Turnbull, RS Burdin
Linguistics Vanguard 4 (s2), 20170044, 2018
82018
Allophonic tunes of contrast: Lab and spontaneous speech lead to equivalent fixation responses in museum visitors
K Ito, R Turnbull, S Speer
Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 8 (1), 2017
82017
Prominence perception in and out of context
R Turnbull, AJ Royer, K Ito, SR Speer
Proceedings of the 7th international conference on Speech Prosody, 2014
72014
K-SPAN: A lexical database of Korean surface phonetic forms and phonological neighborhood density statistics
JJ Holliday, R Turnbull, J Eychenne
Behavior research methods 49 (5), 1939-1950, 2017
62017
Patterns of Individual Differences in Reduction: Implications for Listener-Oriented Theories
R Turnbull
18th International Congress of the Phonetic Sciences, 2015
62015
Listener-oriented phonetic reduction and theory of mind
R Turnbull
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 34 (6), 747-768, 2019
52019
The asymmetric contribution of consonants and vowels to phonological similarity: Evidence from lexical priming
R Turnbull, S Peperkamp
The Mental Lexicon 12 (3), 404-430, 2017
52017
Effects of Phonological Neighborhood Density on Word Production in Korean
JJ Holliday, R Turnbull
18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 2015
52015
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