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Linguistics Undergraduate Student Research - 2020

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Julia Vonnessen - The relationship between listener attitudes and the comprehension of nonnative-accented speech

Julia Vonnessen

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

The relationship between listener attitudes and the comprehension of nonnative-accented speech

The Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching  2019 Conference.

Cailey Lloyd - The Role of Written Input in the Acquisition of a German-like Pattern of Final Devoicing by Native English Speakers: Evidence from a Listening Task

Cailey Lloyd

Faculty Mentor: Shannon Barrios

The Role of Written Input in the Acquisition of a German-like Pattern of Final Devoicing by Native English Speakers: Evidence from a Listening Task

with Professors Barrios and Hayes-Harb at The Pronunciation in Second Language Learning and Teaching  2019 Conference.

Jackie Jolley - Vowel Harmony in Abkhaz

Jackie Jolley

Faculty Mentor: Aaron Kaplan

Vowel Harmony in Abkhaz

Zane Bellows - Affixation in a McWorld

Zane Bellows

Faculty Mentor: Scott Jarvis

Affixation in a McWorld

Austin Buttars - The language of Consent

Austin Buttars

Faculty Mentor: Scott Jarvis

The Language of Consent

Billy Finlay - The online processing of phonological cohorts

Billy Finlay

Faculty Mentor: Shannon Barrios

The online processing of phonological cohorts

Billy Finlay - The online processing of phonological cohorts

Tyler Laws, Paul Olea, Amanda Goodner

Faculty Mentor: Edward Rubin

Variations in phonology across musical genres

Tyler Laws - Differences in voice onset time in Spanish between first language, second language, and heritage speakers

Tyler Laws

Faculty Mentor: Mary Ann Christison

Differences in voice onset time in Spanish between first language, second language, and heritage speakers

Cailey Lloyd - The role of written input in the adult acquisition of L2 voicing alternations: Evidence from perception

Cailey Lloyd

Faculty Mentor: Shannon Barrios

The role of written input in the adult acquisition of L2 voicing alternations: Evidence from perception

Julia Vonessen - The impact of listener attitudes on the comprehension of nonnativeaccented speech

Julia Vonessen

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

The impact of listener attitudes on the comprehension of nonnativeaccented speech

Maison Evensen - Plosive Aspiration of Bilingual Children

Maison Evensen

Faculty Mentor: Tanya Flores

Plosive Aspiration of Bilingual Children

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Zane Bellows

Faculty Mentor: Edward Rubin

Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification

Nate Schwartz

Faculty Mentor: Edward Rubin

Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners

Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

UROP Scholar: The influence of written input on the acquisition of Mandarin word forms by native English speakers

Devon Hoxer, Austin Buttlars, Stacie Chadwick  L2 Phrasal Verbs: Optimizing Testing to Inform Pedagogical Models

Devon Hoxer, Austin Buttlars, and Stacie Chadwick

L2 Phrasal Verbs: Optimizing Testing to Inform Pedagogical Models

Zachary Earl, Mackenzie Kerr  The Stroop effect in kana and kanji scripts

Zachary Earl, Mackenzie Kerr

The Stroop effect in kana and kanji scripts

Keaton Colledge, Alyssa Hawkins  An analysis of semantic shift in proto-indo-European congantes in Swedish and Greek

Keaton Colledge, Alyssa Hawkins

An analysis of semantic shift in proto-indo-European congantes in Swedish and Greek

Billy Finlay, Julia Vonessen (Rachel Hayes-Harb)  Acoustic features of vowels in clear and conversational speech: A partial replication of Ferguson and Quene (2014)

Billy Finlay, Julia Vonessen

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Acoustic features of vowels in clear and conversational speech: A partial replication of Ferguson and Quene (2014)

Derek Betker, Katrina Bocanegra, Maranda Mumm  Code Correction: Breaking the code

Derek Betker, Katrina Bocanegra, Maranda Mumm

Code Correction: Breaking the code

Greydon Benzmiller, Joseph Ciucci Liuzzi, Amber Robb Foul Play: Gender, Perception, & Profanity in 21st Century America

Greydon Benzmiller, Joseph Ciucci Liuzzi, Amber Robb

Foul Play: Gender, Perception, & Profanity in 21st Century America

David Petersen, Heidee Ward  Perceived Importance as a Factor in Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition

David Petersen, Heidee Ward

Perceived Importance as a Factor in Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition

Lauren Brocious (Rachel Hayes-Harb)  L2 orthographic input and the three-way Korean consonant contrast

Lauren Brocious

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

L2 orthographic input and the three-way Korean consonant contrast

Alexander J. Cipro (Rachel Hayes-Harb)  Effects of repeated evaluation on acceptability rating of sentences: A partial replication of Zervakis & Musaka (2012)

Alexander J. Cipro

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Effects of repeated evaluation on acceptability rating of sentences: A partial replication of Zervakis & Musaka (2012)

Ellie A. Kaiser (Rachel Hayes-Harb)  VOTs of Voiced and Voiceless Stops in Spanish and English: a Partial Replication of Fledge and Eefting.

Ellie A. Kaiser

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

VOTs of Voiced and Voiceless Stops in Spanish and English: a Partial Replication of Fledge and Eefting.

Nate Schwartz (Rachel Hayes-Harb)  Experiments on the Acceptability and Possible Readings of Questions Embedded Under Emotive-Factives: A Partial Replication of Cremers and Chemla (2012)

Nate Schwartz

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Experiments on the Acceptability and Possible Readings of Questions Embedded Under Emotive-Factives: A Partial Replication of Cremers and Chemla (2012)

Joselyn Rodriguez (Shannon Barrios)  The role of lexical cues in the acquisition of L2 allophonic variants

Joselyn Rodriguez

Faculty Mentor: Shannon Barrios

The role of lexical cues in the acquisition of L2 allophonic variants

National Conference on Undergraduate Research at the University of Central Oklahoma.

Luke Tuttle  Effects of Marked Intonation on a Restricted Scope Configuration

Luke Tuttle

Effects of Marked Intonation on a Restricted Scope Configuration

National Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Alex Cipro

Faculty Mentor: Aniko Csirmaz

Spatial interpretation of the prepositions 'in' and 'within'

Justin Cho, Sarah Johnson, Shelley Miao

Faculty Mentor: Edward Rubin

Frequently made student errors in adult ESL language acquisitions

Daniel Razo

Faculty Mentor: Benjamin Slade

Repetitives in Spanish, From Older Varieties to Modern Spanish

Jenica Jessen, Sara Ng, Joselyn Rodriguez, and Eve Olson presented at the Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 4th.

Jenica Jessen, Sara Ng, Joselyn Rodriguez,  Eve Olson

Musical Evidence for Syllabification of Highly Moraic Structures in English

Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 4th
Eve Olson (Rachel Hayes-Harb)  Voice Onset Time in Arabic and English Stop Consonants

Eve Olson

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Voice Onset Time in Arabic and English Stop Consonants

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Elizabeth Nakashima

Faculty Mentor: Johanna Watzinger-Tharp

Reclamation of Negative Speech in the LGBTQ+ Community

Eve Olson (Rachel Hayes-Harb)  Voice Onset Time in Arabic and English Stop Consonants

Eve Olson

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Voice Onset Time in Arabic and English Stop Consonants

Anna Deakins (Prof. Benjamin Slade) A Syntactic and Semantic Account of Repetitives

Anna Deakins

Faculty Mentor: Prof. Benjamin Slade

A Syntactic and Semantic Account of Repetitives

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Matthew Halverson

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Investigating Bilingual advantage in discrimination of non-native voicing/aspiration contrasts in Thai stops

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Yuka Muratani

Faculty Mentor: Abby Kaplan

Transparadigmatic anti-homophony

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Jeffrey Green

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

The influence of L1 and L2 on perceptual VOT boundaries in initial-stage L3

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Jessica Larsen

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Native English speaker Perception of Arabic Emphatic Contrasts & the effects of Vowel Context

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Robert Capps

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Determining effective ESL instruction strategies for pre-literate adults

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Jamie Johnson

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Intelligibility of Bosnian-accented English speech

Zane Bellows (Edward Rubin) Bulgarian: Null Subject Classification  Nate Schwartz (Ed Rubin) Inter-lingual errors among English and Japanese L2 learners  Maison Evenson and Caiti Hunting

Zac Rasmussen

Faculty Mentor: Rachel Hayes-Harb

Arabic Learning Distribution Study


Linguistics Undergraduate Students Published in the Undergraduate Research Journal.


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Last Updated: 3/26/21