Baris Kabak

Linguistics University of Konstanz, Konstanz, Germany 
Phonology, Phonetics, Morphology, Psycholinguistics
"Baris Kabak"
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Colin Phillips grad student 1998-2000 University of Delaware
William J. Idsardi grad student 1998-2003 University of Delaware
 (The perceptual processing of second language consonant clusters.)
Irene Vogel grad student 1998-2003 University of Delaware
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Braun B, Galts T, Kabak B. (2014) Lexical encoding of L2 tones: The role of L1 stress, pitch accent and intonation Second Language Research. 30: 323-350
Lavitskaya Y, Kabak B. (2014) Phonological default in the lexical stress system of Russian: Evidence from noun declension Lingua. 150: 363-385
Bamyaci E, Häussler J, Kabak B. (2014) The interaction of animacy and number agreement: An experimental investigation Lingua. 148: 254-277
Kabak B, Meemann K. (2013) The role of positive vs. negative evidence in learning a novel dialect pattern: American English speakers' grammatical intuitions on a-prefixing in Appalachian English Zeitschrift Fur Anglistik Und Amerikanistik. 61: 287-306
Göksel A, Kabak B, Revithiadou A. (2013) Prosodically constrained non-local doubling Linguistic Review. 30: 185-214
Domahs U, Genc S, Knaus J, et al. (2013) Processing (un-)predictable word stress: ERP evidence from Turkish Language and Cognitive Processes. 28: 335-354
Kabak B, Maniwa K, Kazanina N. (2010) Listeners use vowel harmony and word-final stress to spot nonsense words: A study of Turkish and French Laboratory Phonology. 1
Kabak B, Revithiadou A. (2009) From edgemost to lexical stress: Diachronic paths, typology and representation Linguistic Review. 26: 1-36
Kabak B, Idsardi WJ. (2007) Perceptual distortions in the adaptation of English consonant clusters: syllable structure or consonantal contact constraints? Language and Speech. 50: 23-52
Kabak B. (2007) Turkish suspended affixation Linguistics. 45: 311-347
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