J Coleman
J Coleman
Phonetics Laboratory, University of Oxford
Verified email at phon.ox.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Loudness predicts prominence: Fundamental frequency lends little
G Kochanski, E Grabe, J Coleman, B Rosner
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 118, 1038, 2005
4272005
Acoustics of American English speech: a dynamic approach
JP Olive, A Greenwood, JS Coleman
Springer, 1993
3511993
Stochastic phonological grammars and acceptability
J Coleman, J Pierrehumbert
Computational phonology: Third meeting of the ACL special interest group in …, 1997
2701997
Discrimination training of phonemic contrasts enhances phonological processing in mainstream school children
DR Moore, JF Rosenberg, JS Coleman
Brain and Language 94 (1), 72-85, 2005
1432005
Constraint-based phonology
S Bird, J Coleman, J Pierrehumbert, J Scobbie
University of Edinburgh, 1990
1341990
Introducing speech and language processing
JS Coleman
Cambridge Univ Pr, 2005
1122005
Phonological representations: their names, forms, and powers
JS Coleman
Cambridge Univ Pr, 1998
1121998
Key aspects of declarative phonology
JM Scobbie, JS Coleman, S Bird
Current trends in phonology, 1996
941996
Phonetic representations in the mental lexicon
J Coleman
Phonetics, phonology and cognition, 96-130, 2002
882002
The phonetic interpretation of headed phonological structures containing overlapping constituents
J Coleman
Phonology 9 (1), 1-44, 1992
871992
Discovering the acoustic correlates of phonological contrasts
J Coleman
Journal of Phonetics 31 (3-4), 351-372, 2003
742003
The intonation of native accent varieties in the British Isles: potential for miscommunication
E Grabe, G Kochanski, J Coleman
English pronunciation models: a changing scene, 311-338, 2005
702005
Declarative syllabification in Tashlhit Berber
J Coleman
Current trends in phonology: models and methods 1, 175-216, 1996
701996
The phonetics and phonology of Tashlhiyt Berber syllabic consonants
J Coleman
Transactions of the Philological Society 99 (1), 29-64, 2001
692001
Aspects of non-native pronunciation in a case of altered accent following stroke (foreign accent syndrome)
J Dankovičová, JM Gurd, JC Marshall, MKC MacMahon, J Stuart-Smith, ...
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 15 (3), 195-218, 2001
68*2001
Cognitive reality and the phonological lexicon: A review
J Coleman
Journal of Neurolinguistics 11 (3), 295-320, 1998
661998
The "No Crossing Constraint" in Autosegmental Phonology.
J Coleman, J Local
611989
The “no crossing constraint” in autosegmental phonology
J Coleman, J Local
Linguistics and Philosophy 14 (3), 295-338, 1991
581991
Connecting intonation labels to mathematical descriptions of fundamental frequency
E Grabe, G Kochanski, J Coleman
Language and Speech 50 (3), 281-310, 2007
572007
Phonological specificity of vowel contrasts at 18-months
N Mani, J Coleman, K Plunkett
Language and speech 51 (1-2), 3-21, 2008
512008
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