Jeff Holliday
Jeff Holliday
Department of Korean Language and Literature, Korea University
Verified email at korea.ac.kr - Homepage
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Is linguistic injustice a myth? A response to Hyland (2016)
S Politzer-Ahles, JJ Holliday, T Girolamo, M Spychalska, KH Berkson
Journal of Second Language Writing 34, 3, 2016
562016
Quantifying the robustness of the English sibilant fricative contrast in children
JJ Holliday, PF Reidy, ME Beckman, J Edwards
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (3), 622-637, 2015
312015
Dialectal variation in the acoustic correlates of Korean stops
JJ Holliday, EJ Kong
Proceedings of the XVIIth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 878-881, 2011
302011
A longitudinal study of the second language acquisition of a three-way stop contrast
JJ Holliday
Journal of Phonetics 50, 1-14, 2015
262015
The perceptual assimilation of Korean obstruents by native Mandarin listeners
JJ Holliday
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (3), 1585-1595, 2014
252014
Second language experience can hinder the discrimination of nonnative phonological contrasts
JJ Holliday
Phonetica 73, 33-51, 2016
152016
The acoustic realization of the Korean sibilant fricative contrast in Seoul and Daegu
J Holliday
말소리와 음성과학 4 (1), 67-74, 2012
142012
Why do adults vary in how categorically they rate the accuracy of children's speech
E Kaiser, B Munson, F Li, J Holliday, M Beckman, J Edwards, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125, 2753, 2009
102009
The emergence of L2 phonological contrast in perception: The case of Korean sibilant fricatives
JJ Holliday
The Ohio State University, 2012
72012
An acoustic study of L2 perceptual acquisition of Korean fricatives
J Holliday
Harvard Studies in Korean Linguistics 13, 17-32, 2010
72010
Did you say susi or shushi? Measuring the emergence of robust fricative contrasts in English-and Japanese-acquiring children
JJ Holliday, ME Beckman, C Mays
INTERSPEECH 2010, 1886-1889, 2010
72010
Using spectral measures to differentiate Mandarin and Korean sibilant fricatives.
J Kallay, JJ Holliday
INTERSPEECH 2012, 2012
62012
The phonetics of the Modern-day reflexes of the Proto-palatal click in Juu languages
AL Miller, J Holliday, D Howcroft, S Phillips, B Smith, TH Tsui
4th International Symposium on Khoisan Languages and Linguistics, 10-14, 2011
62011
Effects of phonological neighborhood density on word production in Korean
JJ Holliday, R Turnbull
The 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 2015
52015
Contrastive apical post-alveolar and laminal alveolar click types in Ekoka !Xung
AL Miller, JJ Holliday
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 135 (4), 2351-2352, 2014
52014
Diachronic change and synchronic variation in the Korean stop laryngeal contrast
H Lee, JJ Holliday, EJ Kong
Language and Linguistics Compass 14 (7), e12374, 2020
42020
Teaching an old word new tricks: Phonological updates in the L2 mental lexicon
I Darcy, JJ Holliday
ANNUAL PRONUNCIATION IN SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING AND TEACHING CONFERENCE, 9, 2019
42019
K-SPAN: A lexical database of Korean surface phonetic forms and phonological neighborhood density statistics
JJ Holliday, R Turnbull, J Eychenne
Behavior research methods 49 (5), 1939-1950, 2017
42017
The perception of Seoul Korean fricatives by listeners from five different native dialect and language groups
JJ Holliday
Korean Linguistics 16 (2), 91-108, 2014
32014
The perception and production of word-initial Korean stops by native speakers of Japanese
JJ Holliday
Language and speech 62 (3), 494-508, 2019
22019
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