Papers

Manuscripts in Prep

Lacey Wade. Under Review. Expectation-Driven Convergence toward Southern Speech.

Wei Lai, Lacey Wade, and Meredith Tamminga. Under Revision. Individual differences in simultaneous perceptual compensation for coarticulatory and lexical cues.

2020

Lacey Wade, Wei Lai, and Meredith Tamminga. 2020. The reliability of individual differences in VOT imitationLanguage and Speech.

Meredith Tamminga, Robert Wilder, Wei Lai, and Lacey Wade. 2020. Perceptual learning, talker specificity, and sound change. Papers in Historical Phonology 4, 90.

Lacey Wade. 2020. The Linguistic and the Social Intertwined: Linguistic Convergence toward Southern Speech. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Pennsylvania.

Lacey Wade and Gareth Roberts. 2020. "Linguistic convergence to observed vs. expected behavior in an alien-language map task." Cognitive Science, 44(4), e12829.

2017

Lacey Wade. 2017. "The role of duration in the perception of vowel merger.Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology, 8(1), 30.

 

2015

Lacey Arnold. 2015. "Multiple mergers: Production and perception of three pre-/l/ mergers in Youngstown, Ohio." PWPL Volume 21.2, Article 2.

Selected Talks

2020

LSA talk: "Speakers converge toward variants they haven't heard: The case of southern monophthongal /ay/." New Orleans, LA.

2019

NWAV 48 talk:  "Accommodation to observed vs. expected behavior in a laboratory experiment" with Gareth Roberts. Eugene, OR.

NWAV 48 talk: "The search for predictors of individual differences in VOT imitation"

with Meredith Tamminga and Wei Lai. Eugene, OR.

Meaning in Flux talk:  "Accommodation to observed vs. expected behavior in an alien language"

with Gareth Roberts. Yale University. 

 

2018

LSA talk: "Stability and variability in phonetic flexibility," with Meredith Tamminga and Wei Lai. Salt Lake City, UT.

 

2017

NWAV 46  talk: "Do speakers converge toward variants they haven't heard?" Madison, WI.

2016

NWAV 45 talk:  "Phonetic vs. contextual cues in communication between merged and unmerged speakers." Vancouver, BC.

SVALP poster:  "The role of duration in perception of vowel merger." Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. 

2015

 

NWAV 44 talk: "The role of duration in perception of vowel merger." Toronto, ON.

ASA poster: "Production and perception among three competing pre-/I/ mergers." Pittsburgh, PA.

2014

NWAV 43 talk: "Multiple Mergers: Production and perception of three pre-/l/ mergers in Youngstown, Ohio." Chicago, IL. 

SECOL 81 talk:  "Production and perception of the pre-lateral, non-low, back vowel merger in Youngstown, Ohio." Myrtle Beach, SC.

UNC Chapel Hill Colloquium talk:  "Production and perception of the pre-lateral, non-low, back vowel merger in Youngstown, Ohio."