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Andrew B Wedel
Andrew B Wedel
Assoc. Professor of Linguistics, University of Arizona
Verified email at u.arizona.edu
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Stimulation and suppression of PCR-mediated recombination
MSB Judo, AB Wedel, C Wilson
Nucleic acids research 26 (7), 1819-1825, 1998
3031998
Exemplar models, evolution and language change
AB Wedel
Walter de Gruyter 23 (3), 247-274, 2006
2852006
High functional load inhibits phonological contrast loss: A corpus study
A Wedel, A Kaplan, S Jackson
Cognition 128 (2), 179-186, 2013
2632013
Oligomerization of NTRC at the glnA enhancer is required for transcriptional activation.
SC Porter, AK North, AB Wedel, S Kustu
Genes & development 7 (11), 2258-2273, 1993
2481993
A bacterial enhancer functions to tether a transcriptional activator near a promoter
A Wedel, DS Weiss, D Popham, P Dröge, S Kustu
Science 248 (4954), 486-490, 1990
2461990
The bacterial enhancer-binding protein NTRC is a molecular machine: ATP hydrolysis is coupled to transcriptional activation.
A Wedel, S Kustu
Genes & development 9 (16), 2042-2052, 1995
2011995
Glycosylation of Homologous Immunodominant Proteins of Ehrlichia chaffeensis and Ehrlichia canis
JW McBride, X Yu, DH Walker
Infection and immunity 68 (1), 13-18, 2000
152*2000
Inhibited sound change: An evolutionary approach to lexical competition
J Blevins, A Wedel
Diachronica 26 (2), 143-183, 2009
1452009
Feedback and regularity in the lexicon
AB Wedel
Phonology 24 (1), 147-185, 2007
1402007
Functional load and the lexicon: Evidence that syntactic category and frequency relationships in minimal lemma pairs predict the loss of phoneme contrasts in language change
A Wedel, S Jackson, A Kaplan
Language and speech 56 (3), 395-417, 2013
1222013
Lexical contrast maintenance and the organization of sublexical contrast systems
A Wedel
Language and Cognition 4 (4), 319-355, 2012
912012
The role of predictability in shaping phonological patterns
KC Hall, E Hume, TF Jaeger, A Wedel
Linguistics vanguard 4 (s2), 20170027, 2018
902018
Self-organization and categorical behavior in phonology
AB Wedel
University of California, Santa Cruz 2004., 2004
842004
The phonetic specificity of contrastive hyperarticulation in natural speech
A Wedel, N Nelson, R Sharp
Journal of Memory and Language 100, 61-88, 2018
632018
From initiation to elongation: comparison of transcription by prokaryotic and eukaryotic RNA polymerases
D Eick, A Wedel, H Heumann
Trends in Genetics 10 (8), 292-296, 1994
631994
Auditory masked priming in Maltese spoken word recognition
A Ussishkin, CR Dawson, A Wedel, K Schluter
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 30 (9), 1096-1115, 2015
612015
The biological nature of human language
AM Di Sciullo, M Piattelli-Palmarini, K Wexler, RC Berwick, C Boeckx, ...
Biolinguistics 4 (1), 004-034, 2010
572010
Category competition drives contrast maintenance within an exemplar-based production/perception loop
A Wedel
Proceedings of the 7th meeting of the acl special interest group in …, 2004
532004
Prokaryotic transcriptional enhancers
DS Weiss, KE Klose, TR Hoover, AK North
Cold Spring Harbor Monograph Series 22, 667-667, 1993
491993
The phonetic specificity of competition: Contrastive hyperarticulation of voice onset time in conversational English
NR Nelson, A Wedel
Journal of Phonetics 64, 51-70, 2017
482017
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