Elliott Moreton

LSA 224: Phonological learning and typology

Elliott Moreton is an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His main current research interests include empirical and modelling work on phonological learning, and the interaction between phonetic and cognitive factors in shaping language typology. Other interests include native-language effects on perception in English and Japanese (with Shigeaki Amano), the phonetic effects of coda voicing on vowels and diphthongs, and the historical phonetics of Canadian Raising in Ohio (with Erik Thomas).

External website: http://www.unc.edu/~moreton/

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