Jennifer B Hay, Ph.D.

Linguistics University of Canterbury, Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand 
 Linguistics Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
 Linguistics Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand 
 New Zealand Institute of Language, Brain and Behaviour 
sociophonetics, laboratory phonology, morphology
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Hurring G, Hay J, Drager K, et al. (2022) Social Priming in Speech Perception: Revisiting Kangaroo/Kiwi Priming in New Zealand English. Brain Sciences. 12
Oh Y, Todd S, Beckner C, et al. (2020) Non-Māori-speaking New Zealanders have a Māori proto-lexicon. Scientific Reports. 10: 22318
Rácz P, Hay JB, Pierrehumbert JB. (2020) Not All Indexical Cues Are Equal: Differential Sensitivity to Dimensions of Indexical Meaning in an Artificial Language Language Learning. 70: 848-885
Hay J, Walker A, Sanchez K, et al. (2019) Abstract social categories facilitate access to socially skewed words. Plos One. 14: e0210793
Todd S, Pierrehumbert JB, Hay J. (2019) Word frequency effects in sound change as a consequence of perceptual asymmetries: An exemplar-based model. Cognition. 185: 1-20
Hay J. (2018) Sociophonetics: The Role of Words, the Role of Context, and the Role of Words in Context. Topics in Cognitive Science. 10: 696-706
Walker A, Hay J, Drager K, et al. (2018) Divergence in speech perception Linguistics. 56: 257-278
Hay J, Drager K, Gibson A. (2018) Hearing R-sandhi: the role of past experience Language. 94: 360-404
Sóskuthy M, Hay J. (2017) Changing word usage predicts changing word durations in New Zealand English. Cognition. 166: 298-313
Rácz P, Hay JB, Pierrehumbert JB. (2017) Social Salience Discriminates Learnability of Contextual Cues in an Artificial Language. Frontiers in Psychology. 8: 51
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