Against formal phonology (2005)

by Robert F. Port , Adam P. Leary
Venue:Language
Citations:23 - 12 self

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13 How are words stored in memory?: Beyond phones and phonemes – Robert Port - 2007
2 Rich memory and distributed phonology – Robert F. Port - 2010
11 The evolution of auditory dispersion in bidirectional constraint grammars – Paul Boersma, Silke Hamann - 2008
in – Paul Boersma, Silke Hamann, Universität Düsseldorf - 2008
5 Formal and cognitive restrictions on vowel harmony – Sara Finley
Markedness in phonology and in syntax: the . . . – Ricardo Bermúdez-Otero , Kersti Börjars
13 Exemplar models, evolution and language change – Andrew B. Wedel - 2006
THE ARCHITECTURE OF GRAMMAR IN ARTIFICIAL GRAMMAR LEARNING: FORMAL BIASES IN THE ACQUISITION OF MORPHOPHONOLOGY AND THE NATURE OF THE LEARNING TASK – Vsevolod Kapatsinski - 2009
4 BIASES AND STAGES IN PHONOLOGICAL ACQUISITION – Anne-Michelle Tessier - 2007
10 CONCEPTS AND CATEGORIZATION – Robert L. Goldstone, Alan Kersten
1 Abstract All is prosody: Phones and phonemes are the ghosts of letters ∗ – Robert F. Port - 2008
Dynamics of phonological cognition 1 Dynamics of Phonological Cognition – Adamantios I. Gafos, Stefan Benus - 2006
Phonology is not psychological and speech processing is not linguistic ∗ – Robert Port
Language as a Social Institution: Why Phonemes and Words Do Not Live – Copyright Taylor, Francis Group, In The Brain, Robert F. Port - 2010
Language and its two complex systems * – Robert Port - 2008
Address for correspondence: – James M. Mcqueen, Anne Cutler, Dennis Norris, James M. Mcqueen
2 The evolution of auditory contrast – Paul Boersma, Silke Hamann - 2007
3 Speech perception as categorization – Lori L. Holt, Andrew J. Lotto - 2010
Corpora and exemplars in phonology – Mirjam Ernestus, Max Planck, R. Harald Baayen