Phonetica

Papers
(The TQCC of Phonetica is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Training the pronunciation of L2 vowels under different conditions: the use of non-lexical materials and masking noise6
The duration of word-final /s/ differs across morphological categories in English: evidence from pseudowords6
Effects of Glottalisation, Preceding Vowel Duration, and Coda Closure Duration on the Perception of Coda Stop Voicing4
Lexical analyses of the function and phonology of Papuan Malay word stress4
Northern Raglai voicing and its relation to Southern Raglai register: evidence for early stages of registrogenesis4
Word-initial consonant–vowel coordination in a lexical pitch-accent language3
Makkan Arabic does not have post-focus compression: a production and perception study2
Vowel development in young Mandarin-English bilingual children2
Features of low functional load in mono- and bilinguals’ lexical access: evidence from Swedish tonal accent2
The role of f0 shape and phrasal position in Papuan Malay and American English word identification2
Robustness of lateral tongue bracing under bite block perturbation2
Relationship between the target word form and children’s productions: place of articulation in Consonant-Vowel-Consonant (C1VC2) words in American English2
Articulatory settings and L2 English coronal consonants2
Comparative Acoustic Analyses of L2 English: The Search for Systematic Variation2
More on the articulation of devoiced [u] in Tokyo Japanese: effects of surrounding consonants2
Voice onset time and constriction duration in Warlpiri stops (Australia)1
Exploring language dominance through code-switching: intervocalic voiced stop lenition in Afrikaans–Spanish bilinguals1
Individual differences in attention control and the processing of phonological contrasts in a second language1
Detecting protagonists and antagonists in the voice quality of American cartoon characters: a quantitative LTAS-based analysis1
Are Serbian and English listeners insensitive to lexical pitch accents in Serbian?1
Uptalk in L2 English: the phonetic identity and perception of final declarative rises in Serbian EFL1
Vowel-internal cues to vowel quality and prominence in speech perception1
Japanese orthographic complexity and speech duration in a reading task1
The interaction between predictability and pre-boundary lengthening on syllable duration in Taiwan Southern Min1
Phonetic and phonological vowel reduction in Brazilian Portuguese1
Spatiotemporal coordination in word-medial stop-lateral and s-stop clusters of American English1
Development of perceptual similarity and discriminability: the perception of Russian phonemes by Chinese learners1
Difficulties in decoupling articulatory gestures in L2 phonemic sequences: the case of Mandarin listeners’ perceptual deletion of English post-vocalic laterals1
Bengali nasal vowels: lexical representation and listener perception1
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