Research

(See CV for complete list and linked publications)

Tonal and intonational categories

  1. Kristine M. Yu, Sameer ud Dowla Khan, and Megha Sundara (under revision). Intonational phonology in Bengali and English infant-directed speech.

  2. Kristine M. Yu (2014). The experimental state of mind in elicitation: illustrations from tonal fieldwork. Language Documentation & Conservation 8, pp. 738-777. [web, pdf, supplementary materials]

  3. Kristine M. Yu and Hiu Wai Lam (2014). The role of creaky voice in Cantonese tone perception.1 JASA 136(3), pp. 1320-1333. [web, pdf, supplementary materials]

  4. Kristine M. Yu, Sameer ud Dowla Khan, and Megha Sundara (2014). Intonational phonology in Bengali and English infant-directed speech. In Proceedings of Speech Prosody 2014. 1130-1133. [pdf]

  5. Kristine M. Yu (2011). The learnability of tones from the speech signal. PhD Thesis. University of California Los Angeles. [pdf]

Phonological constituency

  1. Kristine M. Yu (submitted). Advantages of constituency: computational perspectives on Samoan word prosody. Comments welcome! [manuscript, code]
  2. Kie Zuraw, Kristine M. Yu, and Robyn Orfitelli (2014). The word-level prosody of Samoan.2 Phonology 31.02, pp. 271-327. [web, pdf]

Prosodic interfaces

  1. Kristine M. Yu (submitted). Tonal marking of absolutive case in Samoan. Comments welcome! [manuscript]
  2. Kristine M. Yu and Edward Stabler (submitted). (In)variability in Samoan prosody and consequences for syntactic parsing.
  3. Kristine M. Yu. (2011). The sound of ergativity: morphosyntax-prosody mapping in Samoan. In: Suzi Lima, Kevin Mullin, Brian Smith, eds., Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society, Vol. 2, Graduate Linguistic Student Association, Amherst, MA, pps. 825 -- 838. [pdf] (Note: this is also frequently cited as Yu (2009).)

Other

  • Kuo, Grace C.-H. and Kristine M. Yu (2012). Taiwan Mandarin Quantifiers. In Handbook of Quantifiers in Natural Language, ed. Edward Keenan and Denis Paperno, pp. 647 – 698. [web, pdf]]

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