PRESENTATIONS

First Language Acquisition

2015

Infants’ use of allophonic cues and distributional cues to syllabify words.

Yoon, E., H. Goad, K. Onishi, J. McManus & E. Bucurel

Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) Biennial Meeting, Philadelphia, March.

Use of allophonic cues to detect word-medial syllable boundaries.

Yoon, E., H. Goad, K. Onishi, J. McManus & E. Bucurel

Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition (GALANA) 6. University of Maryland College Park, February.

2014

A child-specific compensatory mechanism in the acquisition of English /s/.

Bang, H.-Y., M. Clayards & H. Goad

38th Boston University Conference on Language Development, November

2013

Internationally-adopted children do not ‘sound’ like native speakers: Atypical word-level prominence in French.

Koh, J. H. Goad, A. Delcenserie & F. Genesee

International Conference on Multilingualism, McGill University, Montreal, October.

Children’s productions: Possible grammars or rogue grammars?

Goad, H.

Memorial University of Newfoundland, April.

2011

Allophony and contrast in laryngeal development.

Goad, H.

9èmes rencontres du Réseau Français de Phonologie, Université de Tours, June-July.

Puzzling input and the role of markedness: The acquisition of Québec French Stress.

Goad, H.

International Workshop on Metrics, Phonology and Acquisition. Université Paris 8, June.

Allophony and contrast without features: Laryngeal development in early grammars.

Goad, H.

Phonology in the 21st Century: In Honour of Glyne Piggott, May.

2010

Allophony and contrast without features.

Goad, H.

PhonBank: Future Directions, Memorial University of Newfoundland, July.

Issues in the acquisition of an optimality-theoretic grammar.

Goad, H.

Université du Québec à Montréal, February.

2009

Prosodic development in a Québec French-English bilingual: Cross-language transfer or undifferentiated systems?

McCurdy, K. & H. Goad

International Symposium on Bilingualism 7 (ISB), Utrecht University, July.

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Markedness in the acquisition of Québec French prosodic structure.

Goad, H. & A.-E. Prévost

Annual Meeting of the Canadian Linguistic Association, Carleton University, May.

Crazy kids! A grammar with laryngeal allophony but no laryngeal features.

Goad, H.

McGill’s Canadian Conference for Linguisics Undergraduates 2 (McCCLU), McGill University, March.

Allophony without features?

Goad, H.

Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, University of Toronto, February.

2008

Are children’s grammars ‘rogue grammars’? A troubling case of laryngeal allophony.

Goad, H.

Bilingual Workshop in Theoretical Linguistics (BWTL) 12, University of Ottawa, December.

Is there a foot in L1 French? The competing roles of markedness and ambient input.

Goad, H. & A.-E. Prévost

Linguistic Symposium on Romance Languages (LSRL) 38, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, April.

Laryngeal allophony without laryngeal features.

Goad, H.

Discovering and Representing Phonological Patterns, Universität Konstanz, April.

2007

Rethinking English /h/.

Goad, H. & J. Mah

Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, University of Ottawa, March.

PDF (229 kb)

2005

Some properties of the acquisition of phonological systems.

Goad, H.

Cognitive Science, Dept of Psychology, McGill University, November.

Truncation and the minimal word.

Goad, H.

Colloquium Series, Universität Hamburg, May.

PDF (48 kb)

Prosodic structure in child French: Evidence for the foot.

Goad, H. & M. Buckley

Colloquium Series, Universität Hamburg, April.

2004

Assimilation and reduction phenomena as licensing in early grammars.

Goad, H.

Colloquium Series of the Department of Linguistics, Rutgers University, October.

PDF (81 kb)

The role of licensing in consonant harmony and deletion.

Goad, H.

Second Lisbon Meeting on Language Acquisition, June.

Consonant harmony in early grammars revisited: Domains, licensing and directionality.

Goad, H.

IVèmes Journées d’Études Linguistiques (JEL 2004), Université de Nantes, France, May.

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A role for abstractness in the acquisition of phonological systems.

Goad, H.

Cognitive Science, Dept of Psychology, McGill University, November.

2003

Licensing and directional asymmetries in consonant harmony.

Goad, H

Child Phonology Conference, Vancouver, BC, July.

2002

Markedness in right-edge syllabification: Parallels between L1 and L2.

Goad, H.

Generative Linguistics in the Old World (GLOW), Workshop on Phonological Acquisition, Utrecht, The Netherlands, April.

Patterns of cluster reduction in L1 acquisition.

Goad, H.

Colloquium Series of the Department of Linguistics, Concordia University, January.

2001

A structural account of onset cluster reduction.

Goad, H. & Y. Rose

Boston University Conference on Language Development (BU) 26, November.

Assimilation asymmetries in early grammars.

Goad, H.

Colloquium Series of the Department of Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh, April.

Consonant harmony and reduplication: Parallels and differences.

Goad, H.

Child Phonology Conference, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, April.

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Early assimilation behaviour.

Goad, H.

Montréal-Ottawa-Toronto (MOT) Phonology Workshop, University of Ottawa, February.

2000

Assimilation phenomena and initial constraint ranking in early grammars.

Goad, H.

Boston University Conference on Language Development (BU) 25, November.

Asymmetries between child and adult grammars: Is maturation needed?

Goad, H.

Colloquium Series of the Department of Linguistics and of the Department of French and Italian, Indiana University, September.

Asymmetries in the phonologies of early and end-state grammars.

Goad, H.

Department of Linguistics & English Language Colloquium Series, University of Durham, England, May.

Workshop on the acquisition of an optimality-theoretic grammar.

Goad, H.

Department of Linguistics & English Language, University of Durham, May [tutorial].

Are children’s grammars possible grammars?

Goad, H.

Annual Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB), University College London, April.

Constituency and headedness in the L1 acquisition of initial clusters.

Goad, H. & Y. Rose

North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC) 1, Concordia University, April.

Maturation in an OT grammar?

Goad, H.

Phonology Circle, University of Essex, March.

Syllabification at the right-edge of words.

Goad, H.

Phonology Circle, University of Essex, March.

Phonological operations in early child language.

Goad, H.

SOAS Linguistics Seminar Series, February.

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