Papers


2022

Lacey Wade. 2022. Experimental evidence for expectation-driven linguistic convergence. Language 98, 1.
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Meredith Tamminga & Lacey Wade. 2022. Coherence across social and temporal scales. In The Coherence of Linguistic Communities: Orderly Heterogeneity and Social Meaning. Routledge Studies in Sociolinguistics (Eds. Karen Beaman and Gregory Guy).
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Wei Lai, Lacey Wade, and Meredith Tamminga. 2022. Individual differences in simultaneous perceptual compensation for coarticulatory and lexical cues. Linguistics Vanguard.
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2021

Lacey Wade, Wei Lai, and Meredith Tamminga. 2021. The reliability of individual differences in VOT imitation. Language and Speech 64, 3.
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2020

Meredith Tamminga, Robert Wilder, Wei Lai, and Lacey Wade. 2020. Perceptual learning, talker specificity, and sound change. Papers in Historical Phonology 4, 90.
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Lacey Wade. 2020. The Linguistic and the Social Intertwined: Linguistic Convergence toward Southern Speech. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Pennsylvania.
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Lacey Wade and Gareth Roberts. 2020. "Linguistic convergence to observed vs. expected behavior in an alien-language map task." Cognitive Science, 44(4), e12829.
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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.
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2015

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

2022

NWAV 50 project-launch talk: "Growing experience and changing sociolinguistic knowledge." Stanford University.

2021

NWAV 49 talk: "A hierarchical clustering approach to continuing and reversing sound changes" with Meredith Tamminga. University of Texas at Austin

NWAV 49 talk: "The role of dialect background in expectation-driven shifts in perception and production." University of Texas at Austin


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."