Dissertations Supervised by Jeffrey Heinz

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[10] 2022. Dakotah Lambert. Unifying Classification Schemes for Languages and Processes With Attention to Locality and Relativizations Thereof. Stony Brook University. [ pdf ]
[9] 2021. Jonathan Rawski. Structure and Learning in Natural Language. Stony Brook University. [ pdf ]
[8] 2020. Hossep Dolatian. Computational locality of cyclic phonology in Armenian. Stony Brook University. [ pdf ]
[7] 2019. Kristina Strother-Garcia. Using Model Theory in Phonology: A Novel Characterization of Syllable Structure and Syllabification. University of Delaware. [ pdf ]
[6] 2018. Hyun Jin Hwangbo. The Mental Representations of Allomorphs: An Investigation with Artificial Grammar Learning. University of Delaware. [ pdf ]
[5] 2016. Adam Jardine. Locality and Non-Linear Representations in Tonal Phonology. University of Delaware. [ pdf ]
[4] 2015. Timothy O'Neill. The Phonology of Betsimisaraka Malagasy. University of Delaware. [ pdf ]
[3] 2014. Jane Chandlee. Strictly Local Phonological Processes. University of Delaware. [ pdf ]
[2] 2012. Evan Bradley. Crosslinguistic Perception of Pitch in Language and Music. University of Delaware. [ pdf ]
[1] 2012. Regine Lai. Domain Specificity in Learning Phonology. University of Delaware. [ pdf ]