Mirjam Ernestus
Mirjam Ernestus
Radboud University Nijmegen & Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
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TitleCited byYear
Voice assimilation and segment reduction in casual Dutch: A corpus-based study of the phonology-phonetics interface
MTC Ernestus
Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit, 2000
266*2000
Predicting the unpredictable: Interpreting neutralized segments in Dutch
MTC Ernestus, RH Baayen
Language 79 (1), 5-38, 2003
2282003
Lexical frequency and acoustic reduction in spoken Dutch
M Pluymaekers, M Ernestus, RH Baayen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 118 (4), 2561-2569, 2005
2232005
The recognition of reduced word forms
M Ernestus, H Baayen, R Schreuder
Brain and language 81 (1-3), 162-173, 2002
2142002
The link between speech perception and production is phonological and abstract: Evidence from the shadowing task
H Mitterer, M Ernestus
Cognition 109 (1), 168-173, 2008
1602008
Articulatory planning is continuous and sensitive to informational redundancy
M Pluymaekers, M Ernestus, R Baayen
Phonetica 62 (2-4), 146-159, 2005
1542005
Listeners recover/t/s that speakers reduce: Evidence from/t/-lenition in Dutch
H Mitterer, M Ernestus
Journal of Phonetics 34 (1), 73-103, 2006
1312006
An introduction to reduced pronunciation variants
M Ernestus, N Warner
Journal of Phonetics 39 (SI), 253-260, 2011
1122011
The functionality of incomplete neutralization in Dutch: The case of past-tense formation
M Ernestus, RH Baayen
Laboratory phonology 8 (1), 27-49, 2006
1042006
Acoustic reduction and the roles of abstractions and exemplars in speech processing
M Ernestus
Lingua 142, 27-41, 2014
1032014
Lexical frequency and voice assimilation
M Ernestus, M Lahey, F Verhees, RH Baayen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 120 (2), 1040-1051, 2006
892006
Morphological predictability and acoustic duration of interfixes in Dutch compounds
V Kuperman, M Pluymaekers, M Ernestus, H Baayen
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 121 (4), 2261-2271, 2007
812007
Processing reduced word forms: The suffix restoration effect
R Kemps, M Ernestus, R Schreuder, H Baayen
Brain and Language 90 (1-3), 117-127, 2004
792004
The Nijmegen corpus of casual French
F Torreira, M Adda-Decker, M Ernestus
Speech Communication 52 (3), 201-212, 2010
782010
Prosodic cues for morphological complexity in Dutch and English
RJJK Kemps, LH Wurm, M Ernestus, R Schreuder, H Baayen
Language and Cognitive Processes 20 (1-2), 43-73, 2005
762005
Acoustic reduction in conversational Dutch: A quantitative analysis based on automatically generated segmental transcriptions
B Schuppler, M Ernestus, O Scharenborg, L Boves
Journal of Phonetics 39 (1), 96-109, 2011
732011
Prosodic cues for morphological complexity: The case of Dutch plural nouns
RJJK Kemps, M Ernestus, R Schreuder, RH Baayen
Memory & cognition 33 (3), 430-446, 2005
702005
Analogical effects in regular past tense production in Dutch
M Ernestus, RH Baayen
Linguistics 42 (5), 873-903, 2004
652004
Is there only one “fenÍtre” in the production lexicon? On-line evidence on the nature of phonological representations of pronunciation variants for French schwa words
A BŁrki, M Ernestus, UH Frauenfelder
Journal of Memory and Language 62 (4), 421-437, 2010
642010
Realization of voiceless stops and vowels in conversational French and Spanish
F Torreira, M Ernestus
Laboratory Phonology 2 (2), 331-353, 2011
632011
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