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  • UBC Proceedings
    is a valuable resource for anyone interested in developmental phonology disordered phonology and general theoretical topics in phonology Contents Feature acquisition Keren Rice Aspects of variability in child language acquisition Isao Ueda Segmental acquisition and feature specification in Japanese Mieke Beers Acquisition of Dutch phonological contrasts within the framework of feature geometry theory Judith A Gierut Featural categories in English phonemic acquisition David Ingram Some observations on feature assignment Prosodic structure acquisition Joseph Paul Stemberger Syllable structure in English with emphasis on codas M João Freitas Onsets in early productions E Jane Fee Syllable structure and minimal words John Archibald The acquisition of Yucatecan Maya prosody Katherine Demuth Alignment stress and parsing in early phonological words Kerstin Nauclér and Eva Magnusson Prosodic structure acquisition evidence from children s awareness Interactions of prosodic and segmental tiers in acquisition Daniel A Dinnsen Context effects in the acquisition of fricatives Mary Louise Edwards Word position effects in the production of fricatives Marlys A Macken Prosodic constraints on features Shelley L Velleman Metathesis highlights feature by position constraints Heather Goad Consonant harmony in child language evidence against coronal underspecification Carol Stoel Gammon On the acquisition of velars in English Conxita Lleó To spread or

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  • WCCFL Proceedings
    West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics edited by Nathan Arnett and Ryan Bennett v 334 pages publication date 2012 library binding 375 00 library binding 375 00 WCCFL 29 Proceedings of the 29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics edited by Jaehoon Choi E Alan Hogue Jeffrey Punske Deniz Tat Jessamyn Schertz and Alex Trueman viii 406 pages publication date 2012 library binding 375 00 library binding 375 00 WCCFL 28 Proceedings of the 28th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics edited by Mary Byram Washburn Katherine McKinney Bock Erika Varis Ann Sawyer and Barbara Tomaszewicz v 322 pages publication date 2011 library binding 375 00 library binding 375 00 WCCFL 27 Proceedings of the 27th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics edited by Natasha Abner and Jason Bishop vii 466 pages publication date 2008 library binding 375 00 library binding 375 00 WCCFL 26 Proceedings of the 26th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics edited by Charles B Chang and Hannah J Haynie vii 524 pages publication date 2008 library binding 375 00 library binding 375 00 WCCFL 25 Proceedings of the 25th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics edited by Donald Baumer David Montero and Michael Scanlon vii 461 pages publication date 2006 library binding 375 00 library binding 375 00 WCCFL 24 Proceedings of the 24th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics edited by John Alderete Chung hye Han and Alexei Kochetov vi 405 pages publication date 2005 library binding 375 00 library binding 375 00 Cascadilla Press WCCFL 23 Proceedings of the 23rd West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics edited by Vineeta Chand Ann Kelleher Angelo J Rodríguez and Benjamin Schmeiser ix 852 pages publication date December 2004 paperback 40 00 library binding 80 00 paperback 40 00 library binding 80 00 WCCFL 22 Proceedings of

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  • Arboreal and ArborWin
    and use Arboreal to do the rest You can create lines connecting a node to one two or three daughters You can make triangles All in various widths of course You can even make lines showing movement Put arrows at the end if you want All of these options are simple keystrokes in Arboreal Documents using fonts instead of graphics take up less disk space and print faster Both versions include the TrueType font detailed instructions with clear examples and a key map on a handy reference card Arboreal for Mac and ArborWin work with all current operating systems and applications Our standard single user license does not allow Arboreal or ArborWin to be installed in shared computer environments such as computer labs For that sort of environment we offer a 3 year license for 20 per computer Contact sales cascadilla com for details or to place an order How to use Arboreal This section is excerpted from the instructions which accompany Arboreal The easiest way to create a tree is to type in the text for the nodes in approximately the positions you want Then go back to a spot where you want connecting lines select Arboreal from the font menu and press the appropriate key Finally use spaces or tabs to move everything into place For example say you want to create a simple three node tree with VP dominating NP and V Type VP hit return twice and then type NP V with some spaces in the middle Then go back to the blank line between VP and NP select Arboreal from the font menu and press 2 Finally space everything into place For simple trees you can use spaces to move text and Arboreal lines into place Using center tabs instead of spaces will provide more

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  • LogicTimes for Mac
    font works like your standard Times font but replaces most of the option characters with commonly used Greek letters set notation symbols and symbols from predicate calculus You ll be able to type logical formulas and transformation rules without lifting your hands from the keyboard LogicTimes includes the TrueType font a useful key map to leave by your computer installation instructions and a single user license LogicTimes works with all

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  • Moraic
    also includes a companion font MoraicFlip which lets you build structures upside down You can put the text of your structures in any fonts you want formatted however you want Moraic cannot be used to connect non adjacent levels directly but it is very handy for simple structures A key map and detailed instructions are included Moraic for Mac and MoraicWin work with all current operating systems and applications Our standard single user license does not allow Moraic to be installed in shared computer environments such as computer labs For that sort of environment we offer a 3 year license for 20 per computer Contact sales cascadilla com for details or to place an order How to use Moraic This section is excerpted from the instructions which accompany Moraic Moraic provides the connecting lines you need to show various phonological structures Actual text for the nodes of a structure can be in any font you like and can be formatted in any manner The easiest way to create a tree is generally to type in the text for the nodes in approximately the positions you want Then go back to a spot where you want connecting lines select Moraic from

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  • An ABC for Baby Linguists
    in rhyming couplets You ll find fun surprises common and uncommon words and no footnotes This alphabet book focuses on phonetics and phonology Two cautions are in order 1 The actual book is not tear proof chew proof drool proof or tasty A baby linguist can easily turn this book like most books into an assortment of choking hazards 2 An ABC for Baby Linguists is not complete preparation for graduate studies in linguistics For that we recommend also acquiring Surviving Linguistics A Guide for Graduate Students Sample pages Acknowledgments and inside information The book was inspired by a suggestion at the January 2013 LSA meeting in Boston It is typeset in Della Respira a font by Nathan Willis based on the 1902 Della Robbia typeface design by Thomas Maitland Cleland The Victorian corner ornament is by Intellecta Design The occasional letter animals are formed entirely by adding diacritics The spectrogram of 9 month old David babbling was created using Praat The author is immensely grateful to Lisa Hodsdon for her support to David Bernstein for taking naps to Alejna Brugos for comments and discussion and to numerous friends and family for their encouragement About the author Michael Bernstein studied

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  • CafePress Linguistics Gallery
    products Linguistics bumper stickers Coffee is optimal products Linguistic romance When I grow up I want to be a syntactician products also available for phonologists and linguists Language is like a good applesauce products Loose lips poster Strong verbs poster Local linguist poster Garden path poster Trust your judgment poster Linguists need data poster CafePress linguistics products from other designers This is a wug tote bag other products available in the Wug Store Time flies like an arrow Fruit flies like a banana mug other products available I survived the Great Vowel Shift T shirt other products available Oh THAT Subvocal Rehearsal Process T shirt other products available Y oh Y T shirt other products available Eat Sleep Linguistics button other products available There is an i in team T shirt other products available I am the grammarian about whom your mother warned you coaster other products available Liquids only mug Linguists need semantics T shirt Losing phonemes infant bodysuit other products available Instant linguist clock other products available Palatal lateral approximant giraffe mug other products available I love my linguist long sleeved T shirt other products available head cap What kind of linguist are you T shirt Stupid Phonetics

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  • Eye charts
    traditional Snellen optotypes with strokes and gaps of uniform thickness Russian Cyrillic eye chart The Russian or Cyrillic eye chart uses letters designed in the same way as the traditional Snellen optotypes with strokes and gaps of uniform thickness Yiddish Hebrew eye chart The Hebrew or Yiddish eye chart uses a very different style of letters from the traditional Snellen optotypes Decorative eye charts Eye chart with sports figures Sports figures liven up the traditional structure of the eye chart Eye chart with animal silhouettes Kids veterinarians and animal lovers think this eye chart is far more fun Who knows maybe it will work on your pet as well Eye chart with road signs Let s test drivers on what really matters their ability to see a stop sign or a crosswalk warning Eye chart with dominoes Domino tiles are much harder to read at a distance than simple letters but who doesn t like a challenge Eye chart with hieroglyphs Need to test the vision of an Egyptologist or perhaps a long dead Pharaoh Eye chart with runes This eye chart draws from a runic alphabet IPA eye chart This eye chart is entirely IPA symbols drawn from the International Phonetic Alphabet It is a perfect gift for the linguist in your life Chemistry eye chart This eye chart for chemistry classrooms and chemistry labs contains the first 50 chemical elements in order Eye chart with DNA bases This eye chart contains just the letters for the four bases of DNA A T G and C It s perfect for a biology classroom or genetics lab Eye charts with abstract symbols Abstract symbols eye chart 1 The abstract symbols in this eye chart were developed by Herman Snellen in the 1800s Abstract symbols eye chart 2 The abstract symbols

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