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A cross-dialectal acoustic comparison of vowels in Northern and Southern British English
D Williams, P Escudero
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (5), 2751-2761, 2014
812014
Dynamic acoustic properties of monophthongs and diphthongs in Western Sydney Australian English
J Elvin, D Williams, P Escudero
The Journal of the acoustical society of America 140 (1), 576-581, 2016
712016
Perceptual assimilation of Dutch vowels by Peruvian Spanish listeners
P Escudero, D Williams
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129 (1), EL1-EL7, 2011
682011
Native dialect influences second-language vowel perception: Peruvian versus Iberian Spanish learners of Dutch
P Escudero, D Williams
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 131 (5), EL406-EL412, 2012
652012
Distributional learning has immediate and long-lasting effects
P Escudero, D Williams
Cognition 133 (2), 408-413, 2014
622014
Disentangling the effects of long-term language contact and individual bilingualism: The case of monophthongs in Welsh and English
R Mayr, J Morris, I Mennen, D Williams
International journal of bilingualism 21 (3), 245-267, 2017
472017
Acoustic properties of Dutch steady-state vowels: contextual effects and a comparison with previous studies
JW van Leussen, D Williams, P Escudero
Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1194-1197, 2011
292011
F2 slope as a perceptual cue for the front–back contrast in Standard Southern British English
K Chládková, S Hamann, D Williams, S Hellmuth
Language and Speech 60 (3), 377-398, 2017
182017
Influences of listeners' native and other dialects on cross-language vowel perception
D Williams, P Escudero
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1065, 2014
132014
Spectral change and duration as cues in Australian English listeners' front vowel categorization
D Williams, P Escudero, A Gafos
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 144 (3), EL215-EL221, 2018
122018
BEYOND NORTH AMERICAN ENGLISH: MODELLING VOWEL INHERENT SPECTRAL CHANGE IN BRITISH ENGLISH AND DUTCH
D Williamsa, JW van Leussen, P Escudero
Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 2015
122015
Uncovering the acoustic vowel space of a previously undescribed language: The vowels of Nambo
E Kashima, D Williams, T Mark Ellison, D Schokkin, P Escudero
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (6), EL252-EL256, 2016
92016
The relationship between perception and production of Brazilian Portuguese vowels in European Spanish monolinguals
J Elvin, D Williams, P Escudero
Loquens: Spanish Journal of Speech Sciences, 2016
92016
Native and non-native speech perception
D Williams, P Escudero
Acoustics Australia 42 (2), 79-83, 2014
92014
Cross-language acoustic and perceptual similarity of vowels: The role of listeners' native accents
DP Williams
University of Sheffield, 2013
62013
The role of acoustic similarity and non-native categorisation in predicting non-native discrimination: Brazilian Portuguese vowels by English vs. Spanish listeners
J Elvin, D Williams, JA Shaw, CT Best, P Escudero
Languages 6 (1), 44, 2021
52021
Learning to perceive, produce and recognise words in a non-native language
J Elvin, D Williams, P Escudero, KV Molsing, CBL Perna, AMT Ibaños
Linguistic Approaches to Portuguese as an Additional Language 24, 61, 2020
52020
Patients' perception of regional anesthesia at a university hospital
GW Rune, PM McQuillan, DP Williams, S Riemondy
Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine 23 (3 SUPPL.), 1998
51998
Perceptuomotor compatibility effects in vowels: Beyond phonemic identity
P Ghaffarvand Mokari, A Gafos, D Williams
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 82 (5), 2751-2764, 2020
32020
Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences
JW van Leussen, D Williams, P Escudero
32011
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