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Vowel Reduction Patterns of Early Spanish-English Bilinguals Receiving Continuous L1 and L2 Input This study investigates the production of three morphophonetic variations of schwa in American English: the plural allomorph {-s} as in watches, the possessive allomorph {-s} as in

New publication on vowel reduction in early and late bilinguals accepted by PLOS ONE

Abstract: Vowel reduction is a prominent feature of American English, as well as other stress-timed languages. As a phonological process, vowel reduction neutralizes multiple vowel quality contrasts in unstressed syllables. For bilinguals whose native language is not characterized by large

Science Writing

Science Writing

Below are my posts on ScIU, Indiana University’s science blog, where I serve as both managing editor and staff writer.