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  • Research Interests -

             Acoustic motivations of sound variation and change in Romance

             Phonetic variation and phonological categorization

             L2 acquisition of variable sound patterns

             Intonation: description and modeling of Argentine Spanish intonation

     

  • Ongoing and recent research projects -

    1. Quantitative and laboratory approaches to the study of macro and micro sound variation and change in Spanish. Social Sciences and Humanities Council (SSHRC) grant.

    2. An experimental study of the phonetics, phonology and acquisition of obstruent - liquid clusters in French and Spanish (In collaboration with Jeffrey Steele, Department of French, University of Toronto).

    3. Development of an on-line Romance Phonetics Database (In collaboration with Jeffrey Steele, Department of French, University of Toronto)

    4. Argentine Spanish intonation

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