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Speech Acquisition Lab Publications

Hayes-Harb, R., & Durham, K. (2016). Native English speakers’ perception of Arabic emphatic consonants and the influence of vowel context. Foreign Language Annals, 1–16.

Barrios, S., Namyst, A., Lau, E., Feldman, N., & Idsardi, W. 2016. Establishing new mappings between familiar phones: Neural and behavioral evidence for early automatic processing of nonnative contrasts. Frontiers in Psychology 7:995. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00995

Barrios, S., Jiang, N., & Idsardi, W. 2016. Similarity in L2 Phonology: Evidence from L1 Spanish late-learners’ perception and lexical representation of English vowel contrasts. Second Language Research 32(3), 367-395. DOI: 10.1177/0267658316630784

Durham, K., R. Hayes-Harb, S. Barrios & C.E. Showalter. 2016. The influence of various visual input types on L2 learners’ memory for the phonological forms of newly-learned words. In J. Levis, H. Le., I. Lucic, E. Simpson, & S. Vo (Eds). Proceedings of the 7th Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching Conference, Dallas, TX, October 2016. Ames, IA: Iowa State University.

Hayes-Harb, R., & H.-w. Cheng. 2016. The influence of the Pinyin and Zhuyin writing systems on the acquisition of Mandarin word forms by native English speakers. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00785 Stimuli and instruments available on IRIS.

Hayes-Harb, R. & J.F. Hacking. 2015. The influence of written stress marks on native English speakers’ acquisition of Russian lexical stress contrasts. Slavic and East European Journal, 59, 1, 91-109.

Showalter, C. & R. Hayes-Harb. 2015. Native English speakers learning Arabic: The influence of novel orthographic information on second language phonological acquisition. Applied Psycholinguistics 36, 1, 23-42. Stimui and instruments available on IRIS.

Bassetti, B., P. Escudero & R. Hayes-Harb. 2015. Second language phonology at the interface between acoustic and orthographic input. Introduction to special issue of Applied Psycholinguistics 36, 1, 1-6.

Showalter, C. & R. Hayes-Harb. 2013. Unfamiliar orthographic information and second language word learning: A novel lexicon study. Second Language Research 29, 2, 54 – 69.

Hayes-Harb, R. 2012. Comparative phonetics and phonology. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, ed. Chapelle, C.A. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hayes-Harb, R. & J. Watzinger-Tharp. 2012. Accent, intelligibility, and the role of the listener: Perceptions of English-accented German by native German speakers. Foreign Language Annals 45, 2, 260–282.

Smith, B.L. & R. Hayes-Harb. 2011. Individual differences in the perception of final consonant voicing among native and non-native speakers of English. Letter to the Editor. Journal of Phonetics 39, 1, 115-120.

Smith, B.L. & R. Hayes-Harb. 2011. Speech production and speech perception by German speakers learning English as a second language. In P. Lang, ed. Selected Proceedings of New Sounds 2010 (Polish Studies in English Language and Literature, Volume 31).

Hayes-Harb, R., J. Nicol & J. Barker. 2010. Learning the phonological forms of new words: Effects of orthographic and auditory input. Language and Speech 53, 3, 367-381.

Smith, B.L., R. Hayes-Harb, M. Bruss & A.A. Harker. 2009. Production and perception of voicing and devoicing in similar German and English word pairs by native speakers of German. Journal of Phonetics 37, 3, 257-275.

Schierloh, M. & R. Hayes-Harb. 2009. The contributions of talker familiarity and individual talker characteristics to FL listening comprehension: Native English speakers listening to German. Die Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German 41, 2, 171-185.

Hayes-Harb, R., B.L. Smith, T. Bent & A.R. Bradlow. 2008. The interlanguage speech intelligibility benefit for native speakers of Mandarin: Production and perception of English word-final voicing contrasts. Journal of Phonetics.

Escudero, P., R. Hayes-Harb, & H. Mitterer. 2008. Novel L2 words and asymmetric lexical access. Journal of Phonetics.

Hayes-Harb & K. Masuda. 2008. Development of the ability to lexically encode novel L2 phonemic contrasts. Second Language Research 24, 1, 5-33.

Masuda, K. & R. Hayes-Harb. 2007. Lexical development of Korean learners of Japanese: A case study of Japanese consonant quantity. In M. Minami, ed. Applying Theory and Research to Learning Japanese as a Foreign Language. Tokyo: Kurosio.

Hayes-Harb, R. 2007. Lexical and statistical evidence in the acquisition of second language phonemes. Second Language Research 23, 1, 1-31.

Last Updated: 9/30/16