Current paper(s) forthcoming not yet in press

Harrington, J, Kleber, F., Reubold, U., Schiel, F., and Stevens, M. (forthcoming). The phonetic basis of the origin and spread of sound change. Draft, submitted chapter to appear in The Routledge Handbook of Phonetics, Ed. W. Katz & P. Assmann.

 

Books

1.      Harrington, J. (2010) The Phonetic Analysis of Speech Corpora. Wiley-Blackwell.

2.      Harrington, J. & Cassidy, S. (1999). Techniques in Speech Acoustics. Kluwer.

 

Edited Volumes

3.      Draxler, C., Harrington, J., and Schiel, F. (2017).  Guest editors for special issue on 'innovative techniques for the empirical analysis of spoken language'. Computer Speech and Language, 45, 253-391.

4.      Harrington, J. & Stevens, M. (2014) Guest editors for special edition on 'sound change'.  Journal of Laboratory Phonology 5, 1-230.

5.      Harrington, J. and Tabain, M.  (2006) Speech Production: Models, Phonetic Processes, and Techniques. Psychology Press: New York.

6.      Bird, S. and Harrington, J. (2001).  Guest editors for special issue on 'speech annotation and corpora'. Speech Communication. Vol. 33, 1-174.

 

Refereed journal articles

7.      Harrington, J. & Schiel, F. (2017) /u/-fronting and agent-based modeling: The relationship between the origin and spread of sound change. Language, 93.2, 414-445.

8.      Draxler, C., Harrington, J., and Schiel, F. (2017). Towards the next generation of speech tools and corpora. Computer Speech & Language, 46, 175-178.

9.      Winkelmann, R., Harrington, J., and JŠnsch, K. (2017). EMU-SDMS: advanced speech database management and analysis in R. Computer Speech & Language, 45, 392 410.

10.                                  Rathcke, T., Stuart-Smith, J., Torsney, B., Harrington, J. (2017). The beauty in a beast: Minimising the effects of diverse recording quality on vowel formant measurements in sociophonetic real-time studies. Speech Communication,  86, 24–41.

11.                                  Bukmaier, V. & Harrington, J. (2016) The articulatory and acoustic characteristics of Polish sibilants and their consequences for diachronic change. Journal of the International Phonetic Association. 46, 311-329.

12.                                  Stevens, S. & Harrington, J. (2016). The phonetic origins of /s/-retraction: acoustic and perceptual evidence from Australian English. Journal of Phonetics, 58, 118–134.

13.                                  Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U., and Siddins, J. (2015) The implications for sound change of prosodic weakening: evidence from polysyllabic shortening. Journal of Laboratory Phonology, 6, 81-117.

14.                                  Bukmaier, V., Harrington, J., and Kleber, F. (2014). An analysis of post-vocalic /s-ʃ/ neutralization in Augsburg German: evidence for a gradient sound change. Frontiers in Psychology, 5, 1-12.

15.                                  Ruch, H. & Harrington, J. (2014) Synchronic and diachronic factors in the change from pre-aspiration to post-aspiration in Andalusian Spanish. Journal of Phonetics, 45, 12-25.

16.                                  Stevens, M. & Harrington, J. (2014). The individual and the actuation of sound change. Loquens 1(1), e003. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/loquens.2014.003

17.                                  Harrington, J. & Stevens M. (2014). Cognitive processing as a bridge between phonetic and social models of sound change. Journal of Laboratory Phonology 5(1), 1–8.

18.                                  Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U. (2013). The effect of prosodic weakening on the production and perception of trans-consonantal vowel coarticulation in German. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 134, 551–561. (DOI: 10.1121/1.4808328).

19.                                  Harrington, J. Hoole, P., and Reubold, U. (2012). A physiological analysis of high front, tense-lax vowel pairs in Standard Austrian and Standard German. Italian Journal of Linguistics, 24,158-183.

20.                                  Kleber, F., Harrington, J., and Reubold, U. (2012) The relationship between the perception and production of coarticulation during a sound change in progress. Language & Speech, 55, 383–405.

21.                                  Harrington, J., Hoole, P., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U. (2011). The physiological, acoustic, and perceptual basis of high back vowel fronting: evidence from German tense and lax vowels. Journal of Phonetics, 39, 121-131.

22.                                  Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U. (2011). The contributions of the lips and the tongue to the diachronic fronting of high back vowels in Standard Southern British English. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 41, 137-156.

23.                                  Neumeyer, V., Harrington, J., and Draxler, C. (2010). An acoustic analysis of the vowel space in young and old cochlear-implant speakers Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 24, 734-741.

24.                                  Reubold, U., Harrington, J., and Kleber, F. (2010). Vocal aging effects on F0 and the first formant: a longitudinal analysis in adult speakers. Speech Communication, 52, 638-651.

25.                                  Marin, S., Pouplier, M., and Harrington, J. (2010) Acoustic consequences of articulatory variability during productions of /t/ and /k/ and its implications for speech error research. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 127, 445-461.

26.                                  Kleber, F., John, T., and Harrington, J. (2010). The implications for speech perception of incomplete neutralization of final devoicing in German. Journal of Phonetics, 38, 185-196.

27.                                  Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U.  (2008). Compensation for coarticulation, /u/-fronting, and sound change in Standard Southern British: an acoustic and perceptual study. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 123, 2825-2835.

28.                                  Guzik, K. & Harrington, J. (2007). The quantification of place of articulation assimilation in electropalatographic data using the similarity index (SI).  Advances in Speech–Language Pathology, 9, 109–119.

29.                                  Harrington, J. (2006). An acoustic analysis of Ōhappy-tensingÕ in the QueenÕs Christmas broadcasts, Journal of Phonetics, 34  439–457.

30.                                  Rastle, K., Croot, K., Harrington, J., and Coltheart, M. (2005). Characterizing the motor execution stage of speech production: Consonantal effects on delayed naming latency and onset duration. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 31(5), 1083-1095.

31.                                  Rastle, K., Harrington, J.,  and Coltheart, M.  (2002). 358,534 Nonwords: The ARC nonword database. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2002,55A(4), 1339–1362.

32.                                  Bird, S. and Harrington, J. (2001). Speech annotation and corpus tools. Speech Communication, 33, 1-4.

33.                                  Fletcher, J. and Harrington, J. (2001). High Rising Terminals and fall-rise tunes in Australian English. Phonetica, 58, 215–229.

34.                                  Cassidy, S. and Harrington, J. (2001). Multi-level annotation in the Emu speech database management system. Speech Communication, 33, 61-77.

35.                                  Harrington, J., Palethorpe, S., and Watson, C. (2000). Does the Queen speak the Queen's English?   Nature,  408, 927-928.

36.                                  Harrington, J., Palethorpe, S., and Watson, C. (2000). Monophthongal vowel changes in Received Pronunciation: an acoustic analysis of the QueenÕs Christmas Broadcasts. Journal of the International Phonetic Association, 63-78.

37.                                  Watson, C. I., Maclagan, M., and Harrington J. (2000). Acoustic evidence for vowel change in New Zealand English. Language Variation and Change, 12, 51-68.

38.                                  Rastle, K., Harrington, J., Coltheart, M., Palethorpe, S. (2000). Reading aloud begins when the computation of phonology finishes. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 26, 1178-1191.

39.                                  Watson, C.I. and Harrington, J. (1999). Acoustic evidence for dynamic formant trajectories in Australian English Vowels. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 106, 458-468.

40.                                  Watson C.I., Harrington, J. & Evans, Z. (1998). An acoustic comparison between New Zealand and Australian English vowels. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 18, 2, 185-208.

41.                                  Harrington, J., Cox F., and Evans, Z.  (1997). An acoustic phonetic study of broad, general, and cultivated Australian English vowels. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 17, 155-184.

42.                                  Millar, J., Dermody, P., Harrington, J., and Vonwiller, J. (1997). Spoken Language Resources for Australian Speech Technology. Journal Of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Australia, 1, 13-23.

43.                                  Cassidy, S. & Harrington, J. (1995). The place of articulation distinction in voiced oral stops: evidence from burst spectra and formant transitions. Phonetica, 52, 263-284.

44.                                  Harrington, J., Fletcher, J. & Roberts, C. (1995). Coarticulation and the accented/unaccented distinction: evidence from jaw movement data. Journal of Phonetics, 23, 305-322.

45.                                  Harrington, J. (1994). The contribution of the murmur and vowel to the place of articulation distinction in nasal consonants. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 96, 19-32.

46.                                  Harrington, J. & Cassidy, S. (1994). Target and dynamic theories  of vowel perception: evidence from a large speech corpus. Language & Speech, 37, 357-373.

47.                                  Harrington, J., Cassidy, S., Fletcher, J. and McVeigh, A. (1993). The mu+ system for corpus-based speech research. Computer Speech & Language, 7, 305-331.

48.                                  Harrington, J., Watson, G. & Cooper, M. (1989). Word boundary detection in broad class and phoneme strings. Computer Speech & Language, 3, 367-382.

49.                                  Harrington, J. (1988). Stuttering, delayed auditory feedback and linguistic rhythm. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 31, 36-47.

50.                                  Harrington, J. (1988). Reply to G. Borden's comments (Letter to the editor) Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 31, 138-140.

51.                                   Harrington, J. & Johnstone, A. (1987). The effects of equivalence classes on parsing phonemes into words in continuous speech recognition. Computer Speech & Language, 2, 273-288.

 

Chapters in books

52.                                  Reubold, U. & Harrington, J. (2017) The influence of age on estimating sound change acoustically from longitudinal data. In S.E. Wagner & I. Buchstaller (Eds.),  Panel Studies of Language Variation and Change. Routledge. (p 129-152).

53.                                  Harrington, J., Kleber, F., Reubold, M., and Stevens, M. (2016) The relevance of context and experience for the operation of historical sound change. In A. Esposito & L. Jain (Eds.) Toward Robotic Socially Believable Behaving Systems - Volume II: Modeling Social Signals. Springer Verlag. (pp. 61–92).

54.                                  Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Stevens, M. (2016) The relationship between the (mis)-parsing of coarticulation in perception and sound change: evidence from dissimilation and language acquisition. In A. Esposito and M. Faundez-Zany (Eds.) Recent Advances in Nonlinear Speech Processing. Berlin: Springer Verlag. (pp. 15–34).

55.                                  Cunha, C., Harrington, J., MoosmŸller, S. and BrandstŠtter, J. (2015). The influence of consonantal context on the tense-lax contrast in two standard varieties of German. In: Leemann, A., M.-J. Kolly, S. Schmid, and V. Dellwo (Eds.) Trends in Phonetics and Phonology. Studies from German speaking Europe. Frankfurt am Main / Bern: Lang. (p. 65-77).

56.                                  Reubold, U. & Harrington, J. (2015). Disassociating the effects of age from phonetic change: a longitudinal study of formant frequencies. In A. Gerstenberg & A. Voeste (Eds.) Language Development: The Lifespan Perspective. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam. (p. 9-37).

57.                                  Harrington, J. (2014). Variability and change in spoken language communication. In  E. Glaser, A. Kolmer, M. Meyer, and E. Stark (Eds.) Sprache(n) verstehen. Hochschulverlag ETH ZŸrich: ZŸrich. (p. 33-57).

58.                                  Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U. (2012) The production and perception of coarticulation in two types of sound change in progress. In S. Fuchs, M. Weirich, P. Perrier, and D. Pape (Eds.) Speech Production and Speech Perception: Planning and Dynamics. Peter Lang. (pp. 33-55).

59.                                  Harrington, J. (2012). The relationship between synchronic variation and diachronic change. In A. C. Cohn, C. Fougeron, and M. Huffman (Eds.) Handbook of Laboratory Phonology. Oxford University Press: Oxford. (p. 321 - 332.)

60.                                  Harrington, J. (2012). The coarticulatory basis of diachronic high back vowel fronting. In M-J. SolŽ & D. Recasens (Eds.) The Initiation of Sound Change. Perception, Production, and Social factors. John Benjamins Publishing Company. (pp. 103-122).

61.                                  Harrington, J., Hoole, P., and Pouplier, M. (2013). Future directions in speech production. In M. Jones & R.-A. Knight (Eds.), Companion to Phonetics. Bloomsbury. (pp. 242-259).

62.                                  Harrington, J. (2010). Acoustic Phonetics.  In W. J. Hardcastle, J. Laver, F. E. Gibbon (Eds.) A Handbook of Phonetics.  Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford. (pp. 81-129).

63.                                  Rathcke, T. & Harrington, J. (2010). The variability of early accent peaks in Standard German. In C. Fougeron, B. KŸhnert, M. d'Imperio, and N. VallŽe (Eds.) Laboratory Phonology 10. Berlin: de Gruyter. (pp.  533-555).

64.                                  Harrington, J. (2007). Evidence for a relationship between synchronic variability and diachronic change in the QueenÕs annual Christmas broadcasts. In J. Cole and J. Hualde (Eds.) Laboratory Phonology 9. Mouton: Berlin. (pp. 125-143).

65.                                  Harrington, J. & Tabain, M. (2006). Introduction. In  J. Harrington & M. Tabain (Eds.) Speech Production: Models, Phonetic Processes, and Techniques. Psychology Press: New York.

66.                                  Harrington, J. & Mooshammer, C. (2006). Speech Production. In  Keith Brown (Ed.) Encyclopedia of  Language and Linguistics.  Elsevier. ISBN 0-08-044299-4.

67.                                  Harrington, J. (2005).  Phonetics. In P. Strazny (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Encyclopedia of Linguistics. New York: Routledge, (ISBN: 1-57958-391-1.)

68.                                  Harrington, J. (2005). Spectral analysis. In P. Strazny (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Linguistics. New York: Routledge, (ISBN: 1-57958-391-1.).

69.                                  Harrington, J., Palethorpe, S., and Watson, C. (2005). Deepening or lessening the divide between diphthongs? An analysis of the QueenÕs annual Christmas broadcasts. In W.J. Hardcastle & J. Beck (Eds). The Gift of Speech (Festschrift for John Laver). Erlbaum. (pp. 227-261).

70.                                  Harrington, J. (2003). Consonant strengthening and lengthening in various languages: comments on three papers. In J. Local, R. Ogden, R. Temple (Eds.). Laboratory Phonology VI. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (pp. 183-193).

71.                                  Harrington, J., Fletcher, J.,  and  Beckman, M.E. (2000). Manner and place conflicts in the articulation of accent in Australian English. In M. Broe & J. Pierrehumbert(Eds.),  Papers in Laboratory PhonologyV  Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (pp. 40-55).

72.                                  Fletcher, J. & Harrington, J. (1999). Lip and jaw coarticulation. In W.J. Hardcastle & N. Hewlett (Eds). Coarticulation. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. (pp. 144-175).

73.                                  Harrington, J. (1988). Acoustic cues for the recognition of English consonants. In M. Jack & J. Laver (Eds.) Aspects of Speech Technology. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. (pp. 69-143)

74.                                  Harrington, J. (1987). An acoustic and electropalatographic study of stuttered speech. In P. H. & W. Hulstijn  (Eds.) Speech Motor Dynamics in Stuttering Springer- Verlag: New York. (pp. 381-392).

75.                                  Harrington, J. (1987). A model of stuttering and the production of speech under delayed auditory feedback conditions. In P. H. & W. Hulstijn (Eds.) Speech Motor Dynamics in Stuttering Springer-Verlag: New York. (pp. 353- 359).

 

Refereed conference papers (published papers)

76.                                  Stoll, T., Harrington, J., and Hoole, P. (2015). Intergestural organisation and CV-overlap in palatalised liquids in Russian. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 2015.

77.                                  Siddins, J. and Harrington, J. (2015). Does vowel intrinsic f0 affect lexical tone? International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 2015.

78.                                  Stevens, M., Bukmaier, V., and Harrington, J. (2015). Pre-consonantal /s/ retraction. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 2015.

79.                                  Salveste, N., Harrington, J., and Kleber, F. (2015). Phonetic effects of corrective focus in Estonian. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Glasgow, August 2015

80.                                  Bukmaier, V., Harrington, J., Reubold, U., and Kleber, F. (2014). Synchronic variation in the articulation and the acoustics of the Polish threeway place distinction in sibilants and its implications for diachronic change. In Proceedings Interspeech, Singapore. (pp. 203-207).

81.                                  Cunha, C., Harrington, J., and Reubold, U. (2014). Vowel coarticulation and undershoot in prosodically weakened positions. In Proceedings of the International Seminar on Speech Production, Cologne, Germany (pp. 78-81).

82.                                  Siddins, J., Harrington, J., Reubold, U., & Kleber, F. (2014). Investigating the relationship between accentuation, vowel tensity and compensatory shortening. Proc. 7th Speech Prosody Conference, Dublin, Ireland.

83.                                  Siddins, J., Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U. (2013). The influence of accentuation and polysyllabicity on compensatory shortening in German. Proc. 14th Interspeech Conference, Lyon, France, (pp. 1002-1006).

84.                                  Cunha, C., Harrington, J., and Hoole, P. (2013). A physiological analysis of the tense/lax vowel contrast in two varieties of German. Proc. Interspeech, Lyon. 325-329.

85.                                  PlŸschke, M. and Harrington, J. (2012) The domain of phrase-final lengthening in Estonian. In E. L. Asu, and P.Lippus,  (Eds.) Nordic Prosody - Proceedings of the XIth conference, Tartu 2012, Peter Lang Frankfurt.

86.                                  Kleber, F, Harrington, J., Reubold, U., und Siddins, J. (2012). Compensation for coarticulation in prosodically weak words. In Speech Prosody, Shanghai.

87.                                  Cunha, C. & Harrington, J. (2011). The perception of /pt/ and /kt/ in European and Brazilian Portuguese. Proc. of 17th. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (ICPhS), (pp. 548-552).

88.                                  Cunha, C. & Harrington, J. (2011). Gesture overlap in Portuguese lexical and post-lexical consonant clusters. Proc. of 9th. International Seminar on Speech Production (ISSP), (pp. 369-372).

89.                                  MŸller, V., Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U. (2011). Age-dependent differences in the neutralization of the intervocalic voicing contrast: evidence from an apparent-time study on East Franconian. Interspeech, Florence, 2011.

90.                                  Schiel, F., Draxler, Chr., Harrington, J. (2011). Phonemic Segmentation and Labelling using the MAUS Technique. In Proceedings of the Workshop 'New Tools and Methods for Very-Large-Scale Phonetics Research'. 28. - 31. January 2011, Philadelphia, PA, USA

91.                                  Iskarous, K., Pouplier, M., Marin, S., and Harrington, J. (2010). The interaction between prosodic boundaries and accent in the production of sibilants. Speech Prosody, Chicago.

92.                                  Harrington, J., Kleber, F., and Reubold, U. (2007). U-fronting in RP: a link between sound change and diminished perceptual compensation for coarticulation? Proceedings International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, SaarbrŸcken (August 2007).

93.                                  Harrington, J., Palethorpe, S. and Watson, C.I. (2007). Age-related changes in fundamental frequency and formants: a longitudinal study of four speakers. Proc. Interspeech 2007, Antwerp.

94.                                  John, T. & Harrington, J. (2007). Temporal alignment of creaky voice in neutralised realisations of an underlying, post-nasal voicing contrast in German. Proc. Interspeech 2007, Antwerp. (pp. 986-989).

95.                                  Rathcke, T. & Harrington, J. (2007). The phonetics and phonology of high and low tones in two falling f0-contours in Standard German. Proc. Interspeech 2007, Antwerp. (pp. 2753-2756).

96.                                  Bombien, L., Cassidy, S., Harrington, J., John, T., Palethorpe, S. (2006). Recent Developments in the Emu Speech Database System. Proceedings of the Australian Speech Science and Technology Conference, Auckland, December 2006.

97.                                  Rathcke, T., & Harrington, J. (2006). Is there a distinction between H+!H and H+L in standard German? Evidence from an acoustic and auditory analysis. Proceedings of the International Speech Prosody Conference, Dresden.

98.                                  Watson, C., Palethorpe, S., Harrington, J. (2004). Capturing the vowel change in New Zealand English over a thirty year period via a diachronic study. In Proceedings of 9th Australian Speech Science and Technology Conference, Sydney, 2004 (4 pages).

99.                                  Butcher, A. & Harrington, J. (2003). An instrumental analysis of focus and juncture in Warlpiri. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Barcelona, August 2003. (4 pages).

100.                          Harrington, J., Cassidy, S., John, T. and Scheffers, M. (2003).  Building an interface between EMU and Praat:  a modular approach to speech database analysis. International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Barcelona, August 2003. (4 pages).

101.                          Stephenson, L. & Harrington, J. (2002).   Assimilation of place of   articulation: Evidence from English and Japanese.  Proceedings of the 9th   Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, The University of Melbourne, Australia (4 pages).

102.                          Onaka, A.,  Watson, C. , Palethorpe, S.  and  Harrington, J. (2002). Acoustic and articulatory difference of speech segments at different prosodic conditions. Proceedings of the 9th   Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, The University of Melbourne, Australia (4 pages).

103.                          Harrington, J., Palethorpe, S. and Watson, C. (2000). Vowel change in Received Pronunciation: evidence from the Queen's English. Proceedings of the 7th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. (4 pages).

104.                          Palethorpe, S., Beckman, M.E., Fletcher, J. and Harrington, J. (1999). The contribution of schwa vowels to the prosodic accent contrast in Australian English. Proceedings of the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, San Francisco. (4 pages).

105.                          Harrington, J., Beckman, M.E., Fletcher, J. and Palethorpe, S. (1998). An electropalatographic, kinematic, and acoustic analysis of supralaryngeal correlates of word and utterance-level prominence contrasts in English. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing. (pp. 1851-1854).

106.                          Watson, C.I., Harrington, J. and Palethorpe, S. (1998). A kinematic analysis of New Zealand and Australian English vowel spaces. Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Spoken Language Processing.  (pp. 2363-2366).

107.                          Fletcher, J., Beckman, M. and Harrington, J. (1996). Accentual-prominence-enhancing strategies in Australian English. Proceedings of the 6th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. (pp. 577-580).

108.                          Fletcher, J. and Harrington, J. (1996). Timing of intonational events in Australian English. In P. McCormack & A. Russell (eds.) Proceedings of the VIth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Speech Technology  (p. 611-616).

109.                          Cassidy, S. and Harrington, J. (1996). EMU: an enhanced hierarchical speech database management system. Proceedings of the 6th Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Technology (pp. 361-366).

110.                          Harrington, J. & So, L. (1994). Some design criteria in the annotation of a spoken database of Cantonese. Fifth International Conference on Speech Science and Technology, Perth, Australia. (4 pages).

111.                          Fletcher, J., Harrington, J. and Hajek, J. (1994). Phonemic vowel length and prosody in Australian English. Proceedings of the fifth Australian International Conference on Speech Science and Speech Technology, Perth, Australia, (pp. 656661).

112.                          Millar, J.B., Vonwiller, J.P., Harrington, J. and Dermody, P.J. (1994). The Australian National Database Of Spoken Language, Proceedings International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, ICASSP94, Adelaide, (pp. I97I100).

113.                          Cassidy, S. and Harrington, J. (1992). Neural network modelling of strong and weak vowels. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. Brisbane, Australia. (pp. 495-500).

114.                          Croot, K., Fletcher, J. and Harrington, J. (1992). Phonetic segmentation on the Australian National Database of Spoken Language. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. Brisbane, Australia. (pp. 86-90).

115.                          McVeigh, A. and Harrington, J. (1992). The mu+ system for speech database analysis. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Speech Science and Technology. (pp. 548-553). Brisbane, Australia.

116.                          Millar, J., Dermody, P., Harrington, J. & Vonwiller, J. (1992). A national cluster of spoken language databases for Australia. Proc. of the Third Australian Int. Conference on Speech Science and Technology. Melbourne, Australia. (4 pages).

117.                          Harrington, J. (1990). The acoustic basis of the distinction between strong and weak vowels. Proc. of the Third Australian Int. Conference on Speech Science and Technology. Melbourne, Australia (4 pages).

118.                          Millar, J., Dermody, P., Harrington, J. & Vonwiller, J. (1990). A national database of spoken language; concept, design, and implementation. Proc. of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP-90). Kobe, Japan (4 pages).

119.                          Harrington, J., Watson, G. & Cooper, M. (1988). Word-boundary identification from phoneme sequence constraints in automatic speech recognition. In Vargha D. (Ed.) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Computational Linguistics (Coling, '88), vol. 1, John von Neumann Society for Computing Sciences. Budapest. (pp. 225-229.)

120.                          Harrington, J., Johnson, I. & Cooper, M. (1987). The application of phoneme sequence constraints to word boundary identification in automatic continuous speech recognition. In J. Laver & M. Jack (Eds.) European Conference on Speech Technology, vol. 1, Edinburgh, U.K. (pp. 163-166).

121.                          Harrington, J. & Johnstone, A. (1987). The effects of word boundary ambiguity in continuous speech recognition. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of Phonetic Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia, U.S.S.R. (4 pages).

122.                          Harrington, J. (1987). A technique for the phonetic transcription of stuttering. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of Phonetic Sciences, Tallinn, Estonia, U.S.S.R. (4 pages).

123.                          Harrington, J., Laver, J. & Cutting, D. (1986). Word-structure reduction rules in automatic, continuous speech recognition. In Lawrence R. (ed.) Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, 8. (pp. 451-460).

124.                          Cutting, D. & Harrington, J. (1986). Phongram: a phonological rule interpreter. In Lawrence R. (ed.) Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, 8. (pp. 461-469).

125.                          Onaka, A., Palethorpe, S., Watson, C., Harrington, J., (2003). An acoustic and articulatory analysis of domain-initial strengthening in Japanese. In the 6th International Seminar on Speech Production (Coltheart, M, Croot, K, Fletcher, J., Harrington, J., Mendes, S,  Palethorpe, S. and Tabain M, editors). Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science: Sydney. (Abstract)

126.                          Watson, C., Palethorpe, S. and Harrington, J. (2003). Acoustic evidence of the vowel change in New Zealand English between 1955 and 1990: a diachronic study. In the 6th International Seminar on Speech Production (Coltheart, M, Croot, K, Fletcher, J., Harrington, J., Mendes, S,  Palethorpe, S. and Tabain M, editors). Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science: Sydney (Abstract)

127.                          Palethorpe, S., Croot, K., Molloy, N., Gibbon, F and Harrington, J. (2003). An electropalatographic investigation of sibilant production by children with repaired cleft palate. In the 6th International Seminar on Speech Production (Coltheart, M, Croot, K, Fletcher, J., Harrington, J., Mendes, S,  Palethorpe, S. and Tabain M, editors). Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science: Sydney. (Abstract)

128.                          Butcher, A. and Harrington, J. (2003). An acoustic and articulatory analysis of focus and the word/morpheme boundary distinction in Warlpiri. In the 6th International Seminar on Speech Production (Coltheart, M, Croot, K, Fletcher, J., Harrington, J., Mendes, S,  Palethorpe, S. and Tabain M, editors). Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science: Sydney. (Abstract)

129.                          Stephenson, L. and Harrington, J., (2003). An electropalatographic study of lexical frequency and place of articulation assimilation. In the 6th International Seminar on Speech Production (Coltheart, M, Croot, K, Fletcher, J., Harrington, J., Mendes, S,  Palethorpe, S. and Tabain M, editors). Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science: Sydney. (Abstract).

130.                          Rastle, K., Harrington, J., & Coltheart, M. (2002).  358,534 nonwords: The ARC Nonword Database (A). Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Computers in Psychology, Kansas City, November, 2002.

131.                          Stephenson, L. & Harrington, J. (2002). Lexical and post-lexical assimilation: an EPG study of word blends in English and Japanese (Abstract). Paper presented at Laboratory Phonology VIII, Haskins Laboratories, USA.

132.                          Watson, C.I., Maclagan, M., and Harrington, J. (1998). Acoustic evidence of vowel shift in New Zealand English. Abstracts of Laboratory Phonology VI, York, U.K. (Abstract).

133.                          Rastle, K., Harrington, J., Coltheart, M., & Palethorpe, S. (1998).  Reading aloud begins when the computation of phonology is complete.  1998 Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Dallas.  (Abstract).

134.                          Harrington, J., Beckman, M.E. , Fletcher, J. and Palethorpe, S. (1997). Kinematic and spectral measures of supralaryngeal correlates of the accent contrast in Australian English high vowels. 134th meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 102, 3205. (Abstract).

135.                          Harrington, J.,  Beckman, M.E. , Fletcher, J. and Palethorpe, S. (1996). Competing hypotheses concerning the articulation of stress in English. 131st meeting of the Acoustical Society of America. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 99, 2494. (Abstract).

136.                          Harrington, J. and Fletcher, J. (1996). Acoustic (non)consequences of gestural variability in the production of accentual prominence (A). 3rd Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and Japan.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 100, 2826. (Abstract).

137.                          Harrington, J. and Fletcher, J. (1996). Acoustic (non)consequences of gestural variability in the production of accentual prominence (A). 3rd Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and Japan.  Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 100, 2826. (Abstract).

138.                          Fletcher, J. and Harrington J. (1995). Coproduction, accent and the tense/lax contrast. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 98.5, pt.2. (Abstract).

139.                          Cassidy, S. and Harrington, J. (1993). Target and dynamic theories of vowel perception. Evidence from neural network classifications. Language & Speech Conference, Sydney. (A).

140.                          Harrington, J. and McVeigh (1992). Analysing acoustic and articulatory speech data using the mu+ speech database interrogation system. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 91, supplement 1. (A).

141.                          Harrington, J. (1991). Target and dynamic studies of vowel classification from a large speech database. Language & Speech Conference, Melbourne. (A).

142.                          Harrington, J. (1991). Target and dynamic studies of vowel classification from a large speech database. Language & Speech Conference, Melbourne. (A).

143.                          Harrington, J., Watson, G. & Cooper, M. (1988). Word-boundary identification in automatic speech recognition. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (abstract), 84 (Supplement 1), S. 217.