List of John Benjamins publications for which Paul John plays a role.
The current study investigates two lexical explanations for variation in L2 production: approximate (‘fuzzy’) representations vs dual URs. The focus is on Quebec francophone (QF) production of English /θ ð/ and /h/, which a reading-aloud task shows to be highly variable. Variation is problematic… read more | Article
Review of Carley & Mees (2020): American English phonetics and pronunciation practice Journal of Second Language Pronunciation 7:1, pp. 130–1342021
Chapter 5. When three equals tree: Examining the nature of phonological entries in L2 lexicons of Quebec speakers of English Applying priming methods to L2 learning, teaching and research: Insights from Psycholinguistics, Trofimovich, Pavel and Kim McDonough (eds.), pp. 105–1292011
In this study, we used auditory priming to examine the phonological content of lexical entries for adult second language speakers. In particular, we investigated whether, for native speakers of Quebec French, words like they and day as well as three and tree have identical (i.e., homophonous)… read more | Article