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Jessamyn Schertz
Jessamyn Schertz
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Individual differences in phonetic cue use in production and perception of a non-native sound contrast
J Schertz, T Cho, A Lotto, N Warner
Journal of phonetics 52, 183-204, 2015
1812015
Phonetic cue weighting in perception and production
J Schertz, EJ Clare
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 11 (2), e1521, 2020
702020
Exaggeration of featural contrasts in clarifications of misheard speech in English
J Schertz
Journal of Phonetics 41 (3-4), 249-263, 2013
602013
Individual differences in perceptual adaptability of foreign sound categories
J Schertz, T Cho, A Lotto, N Warner
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78, 355-367, 2016
592016
Acquisition of the stop-spirant alternation in bilingual Mexican Spanish–English speaking children: Theoretical and clinical implications
L Fabiano-Smith, T Oglivie, O Maiefski, J Schertz
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 29 (1), 1-26, 2015
272015
Acoustic cues in production and perception of the four-way stop laryngeal contrast in Hindi and Urdu
J Schertz, S Khan
Journal of Phonetics 81, 100979, 2020
212020
The aerodynamic puzzle of nasalized fricatives: Aerodynamic and perceptual evidence from Scottish Gaelic
N Warner, D Brenner, J Schertz, A Carnie, M Fisher, M Hammond
Laboratory phonology 6 (2), 197-241, 2015
202015
Language specificity in phonetic cue weighting: Monolingual and bilingual perception of the stop voicing contrast in English and Spanish
J Schertz, K Carbonell, AJ Lotto
Phonetica 77 (3), 186-208, 2020
142020
The effect of sentential context on phonetic categorization is modulated by talker accent and exposure
J Schertz, K Hawthorne
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 143 (3), EL231-EL236, 2018
132018
A quantitative investigation of the prosody of Verum Focus in Italian
G Turco, M Gubian, JL Schertz
Florence, Italy:[Sn], 2011
122011
The structure and plasticity of phonetic categories across languages and modalities
JL Schertz
The University of Arizona, 2014
112014
Cross-language correspondences in the face of change: Phonetic independence versus convergence in two Korean-Mandarin bilingual communities
J Schertz, Y Kang, S Han
International Journal of Bilingualism 23 (1), 157-199, 2019
102019
Variability in the pronunciation of non-native English the: Effects of frequency and disfluencies
J Schertz, M Ernestus
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 10 (2), 329-345, 2014
102014
Sources of variability in phonetic perception: The joint influence of listener and talker characteristics on perception of the Korean stop contrast
J Schertz, Y Kang, S Han
Laboratory Phonology 10 (1), 2019
92019
The development of gendered speech in children: Insights from adult L1 and L2 perceptions
P Fung, J Schertz, EK Johnson
JASA Express Letters 1 (1), 2021
82021
Comparing phonetic convergence in children and adults
M Paquette-Smith, J Schertz, EK Johnson
Language and speech 65 (1), 240-260, 2022
72022
The other accent effect in talker recognition: Now you see it, now you don't
ME Yu, J Schertz, EK Johnson
Cognitive Science 45 (6), e12986, 2021
72021
Voice onset time imitation in teens versus adults
J Schertz, EK Johnson
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 65 (5), 1839-1850, 2022
62022
Postalveolar co-occurrence restrictions in Slovenian
P Jurgec, J Schertz
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 38, 499-537, 2020
62020
The influence of perceived L2 sound categories in on-line adaptation and implications for loanword phonology
Y Kang, J Schertz
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 39, 555-578, 2021
52021
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