Sarah Hawkins

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Hawkins, S. (submitted) Lexical representations. In A. Cohn, C. Fougeron, and M. Huffman (eds.) Handbook of Laboratory Phonology. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.


Hawkins, S. (in press) Phonetic variation as communicative system: Perception of the particular and the abstract. In C. Fougeron, M. d’Imperio and B. Kühnert (eds.)  Laboratory Phonology X: Variation. Mouton de Gruyter. (From an invited paper given at the 10th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Paris, June 2006.)


Hawkins, S. (to appear,  2009) Phonological features, auditory objects, and illusions. Journal of Phonetics. (Expansion of an invited paper given at the International Conference on Phonetic Bases of Distinctive Features, Paris, July 2006.)  doi:10.1016/j.wocn.2009.02.001

Hawkins, S. and Midgley, J. (2005) Formant frequencies of RP monophthongs in four age groups of speakers. Journal of the International Phonetic Association 35(2), 183-199.

Hawkins, S., and Nguyen, N. (2004) Influence of syllable-coda voicing on the acoustic properties of syllable-onset /l/ in English. Journal of Phonetics 32, 199-231. Available from  ScienceDirect. doi 10.1016/S0095-4470(03)00031-7.

Hawkins, S. (2003) Roles and representations of systematic fine phonetic detail in speech understanding. Journal of Phonetics, 31, 373-405.  This link corrects the misprint in Table 1, item 7. The version available from ScienceDirect, contains the misprint. Errata in Journal of Phonetics 32(2), 289.

Nguyen, N., and Hawkins, S. (2003) Temporal integration in the perception of speech: introduction. Journal of Phonetics, 31, 279-287.

Hawkins, S., and Nguyen, N. (2003) Effects on word recognition of syllable-onset cues to syllable-coda voicing. In J.K. Local, R.A. Ogden, and R.A.M. Temple (eds.) Papers in Laboratory Phonology VI. Cambridge University Press. 38-57.

Hawkins, S., and Smith, R. (2001) Polysp: a polysystemic, phonetically-rich approach to speech understanding. Italian Journal of Linguistics - Rivista di Linguistica 13, 99-188.

Ogden, R., Hawkins, S., House, J., Huckvale, M., Local, J., Carter, P., Dankovicová, J., and Heid, S. (2000) ProSynth: An integrated prosodic approach to device-independent, natural-sounding speech synthesis. Computer Speech and Language 14, 177-210.

Hawkins, S. (1999) In J.M. Pickett The Acoustics of Speech Communication: Fundamentals, Speech Perception Theory, and Technology. Needham Heights, MA: Allyn and Bacon. 183-288.

Ch. 13: Auditory capacities and phonological development: Animal, baby, and foreign listeners.
Ch. 14: Looking for invariant correlates of linguistic units: Two classical theories of speech perception.
Ch. 15: Re-evaluating assumptions about speech perception: Interactive and integrative theories.

Hawkins, S., and Warren, P. (1994). Phonetic influences on the intelligibility of conversational speech. Journal of Phonetics 22, 493-511.

Hawkins, S. (1994) Quantal theory of speech. R.E. Asher (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Oxford: Pergamon Press, Vol. 6, 3417-3420.

Hawkins, S. (1994) Speech Development: Acoustic-phonetic studies. R.E. Asher (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. Oxford: Pergamon Press, Vol. 8, 4178-4181.

Hawkins, S. (1992) An introduction to task dynamics. In G.J. Docherty and D.R. Ladd (eds.) Papers in Laboratory Phonology II. Gesture, Segment, Prosody. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 9-25.

Munhall, K., Fowler, C., Hawkins, S., and Saltzman, E. (1992) "Compensatory shortening" in monosyllables of spoken English. Journal of Phonetics 20, 225-239.

Beddor, P.S., and Hawkins, S. (1990) The influence of spectral prominence on perceived vowel quality. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 87, 2684-2704.

Steven, K.N., and Fant, G., and Hawkins, S. (1987) Some acoustical and perceptual correlates of nasal vowels. In L. Shockey and R. Channon (eds.) In Honor of Ilse Lehiste: Ilse Lehiste Pudendusteos!!  Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Foris Publications, 241-254.

Hawkins, S., and Keenan, E. L. (1987) The psychological validity of the accessibility hierarchy. In E. L. Keenan (Ed.), Universal Grammar: 15 Essays. London: Croom Helm, 60-85.

Hawkins, S., and Stevens, K. N. (1985) Acoustic and perceptual correlates of the nasal-nonnasal distinction for vowels. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 77, 1560-1575.

Hawkins, S. (1984) On the development of motor control in speech: Evidence from studies of temporal coordination. In N. J. Lass (ed.) Speech and Language: Advances in Basic Research and Practice. New York: Academic Press Vol. 11, 317-374.

Allen, G. D., and Hawkins, S. (1980) Phonological rhythm: Definition and development. In G. Yeni-Komshian, J. F. Kavanagh, and C. A. Ferguson (eds.) Child Phonology Vol. 1: Production. New York: Academic Press, 227-256.

Hawkins, S. (1979) Temporal coordination of consonants in the speech of children: Further data. Journal of Phonetics 7, 234-267.

Allen, G. D., and Hawkins, S. (1978) The development of phonological rhythm. In A. Bell and J. Hooper (eds.) Syllables and Segments. Amsterdam: North-Holland, 173-175.

Hawkins, S. (1973) Temporal coordination of consonants in the speech of children: Preliminary data. Journal of Phonetics 1, 181-217.