Paula Fikkert

List of John Benjamins publications for which Paula Fikkert plays a role.

Yearbook

Titles

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003

Edited by Leonie Cornips and Paula Fikkert

[Linguistics in the Netherlands, 20] 2003. viii, 225 pp.
Subjects Theoretical linguistics

Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002

Edited by Hans Broekhuis and Paula Fikkert

[Linguistics in the Netherlands, 19] 2002. viii, 222 pp.
Subjects Theoretical linguistics

Articles

Mudd, Katie, Hannah Lutzenberger, Connie de Vos, Paula Fikkert, Onno A. Crasborn and Bart de Boer. 2020. The effect of sociolinguistic factors on variation in the Kata Kolok lexicon. Macro and micro-social variation in Asia-Pacific sign languages, Palfreyman, Nick (ed.), pp. 53–88
Abstract (International Sign) Sign languages can be categorized as shared sign languages or deaf community sign languages, depending on the context in which they emerge. It has been suggested that shared sign languages exhibit more variation in the expression of everyday concepts than deaf… read more | Article
Heuvel, Henk van den, Eric Sanders, Jetske Klatter-Folmer, Roeland van Hout, Paula Fikkert, Anne E. Baker, Jan de Jong, Frank Wijnen and Paul Trilsbeek. 2014. Data curation for a VALID Archive of Dutch Language Impairment Data. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 3:2, pp. 127–136
The VALID Data Archive is an open multimedia data archive in which data from children and adults with language and/or communication problems are brought together. A pilot project, funded by CLARIN-NL, was carried out in which five existing data sets were curated. This pilot enabled us to build up… read more | Article
Altvater-Mackensen, Nicole and Paula Fikkert. 2007. On the acquisition of nasals in Dutch and German. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2007, Los, Bettelou and Marjo van Koppen (eds.), pp. 14–24
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Kager, René, Suzanne van der Feest, Paula Fikkert, Annemarie Kerkhoff and Tania S. Zamuner. 2007. 2. Representations of [voice]: Evidence from acquisition. Voicing in Dutch: (De)voicing – phonology, phonetics, and psycholinguistics, Weijer, Jeroen van de and Erik Jan van der Torre (eds.), pp. 41–80
We consider two theories of laryngeal representation, one using a single feature [voice] generalizing across prevoicing languages and aspiration languages, and the other using multiple features: [voice] for pre-voicing languages and [spread glottis] for aspiration languages. We derive predictions… read more | Article
Fikkert, Paula and M. João Freitas. 2004. The role of language-specific phonotactics in the acquisition of onset clusters. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2004, Cornips, Leonie and Jenny Doetjes (eds.), pp. 58–68
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Cornips, Leonie and Paula Fikkert. 2003. Preface. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2003, Cornips, Leonie and Paula Fikkert (eds.), p. 
Miscellaneous
Broekhuis, Hans and Paula Fikkert. 2002. Preface. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002, Broekhuis, Hans and Paula Fikkert (eds.), p. 
Miscellaneous
Neijt, Anneke, Lose Krebbers and Paula Fikkert. 2002. Rhythm and semantics in the selection of linking elements. Linguistics in the Netherlands 2002, Broekhuis, Hans and Paula Fikkert (eds.), pp. 117–127
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Fikkert, Paula. 1998. Foot Structure and Word Stress in Middle Dutch: Evidence from 'Lutgart'. Linguistics in the Netherlands 1998, Bezooijen, Renée van and René Kager (eds.), pp. 109–122
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Fikkert, Paula. 1998. The acquisition of Dutch phonology. The Acquisition of Dutch, Gillis, Steven and Annick De Houwer (eds.), pp. 163 ff.
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Fikkert, Paula. 1994. On the acquisition of rhyme structure in Dutch. Linguistics in the Netherlands 1994, Bok-Bennema, Reineke and Crit Cremers (eds.), pp. 37–48
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