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Jennifer Hay
Jennifer Hay
Professor of Linguistics, University of canterbury
Verified email at canterbury.ac.nz
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Scalar structure underlies telicity in" degree achievements"
J Hay, C Kennedy, B Levin
Semantics and linguistic theory, 127-144, 1999
9331999
Functions of humor in the conversations of men and women
J Hay
Journal of pragmatics 32 (6), 709-742, 2000
7852000
Factors influencing speech perception in the context of a merger-in-progress
J Hay, P Warren, K Drager
Journal of phonetics 34 (4), 458-484, 2006
7322006
The pragmatics of humor support
J Hay
Walter de Gruyter 14 (1), 55-82, 2001
5942001
Probabilistic linguistics
R Bod, J Hay, S Jannedy
MIT press, 2003
5822003
Multimodal markers of irony and sarcasm
S Attardo, J Eisterhold, J Hay, I Poggi
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 16 (2), 243-260, 2003
5582003
Lexical frequency in morphology: Is everything relative?
J Hay
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 39 (6), 1041-1070, 2001
5462001
New Zealand English: its origins and evolution
E Gordon, L Campbell, J Hay, M Maclagan, A Sudbury, P Trudgill
Cambridge University Press, 2004
4902004
Stuffed toys and speech perception
J Hay, K Drager
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 48 (4), 865-892, 2010
4702010
Causes and consequences of word structure
J Hay
Routledge, 2004
4372004
Shifting paradigms: Gradient structure in morphology
JB Hay, RH Baayen
Trends in cognitive sciences 9 (7), 342-348, 2005
4242005
From fush to feesh: Exemplar priming in speech perception
J Hay, A Nolan, K Drager
Walter de Gruyter 23 (3), 351-379, 2006
3412006
Gradient grammar: An effect of animacy on the syntax of give in New Zealand and American English
J Bresnan, J Hay
Lingua 118 (2), 245-259, 2008
3232008
Parsing and productivity
J Hay, H Baayen
Yearbook of morphology 2001, 203-235, 2001
3192001
Speech perception, well-formedness, and the statistics of the lexicon
J Hay, J Pierrehumbert, M Beckman
Papers in laboratory phonology VI, 58-74, 2004
2552004
What constrains possible suffix combinations? On the interaction of grammatical and processing restrictions in derivational morphology
J Hay, I Plag
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 22 (3), 565-596, 2004
2432004
New Zealand English
J Hay
Edinburgh University Press, 2008
2322008
From speech perception to morphology: Affix ordering revisited
J Hay
Language, 527-555, 2002
2242002
Sociophonetics
J Hay, K Drager
Annu. Rev. Anthropol. 36 (1), 89-103, 2007
2052007
Phoneme inventory size and population size
J Hay, L Bauer
Language 83 (2), 388-400, 2007
1892007
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