NB: Please cite me as – Napoleão de Souza, Ricardo
Beyond segment inventories: Phonological complexity and suprasegmental variables in contact situations (with K. Sinnemäki). Journal of Language Contact [under review].
Predictability and Prefab Status: The Case of Adjective + Noun Sequences in English (with Joan Bybee). In A. Trklja & Ł. Grabowski (eds.), Linguistic Formulaicity and Multiword Units (Multiword Expressions Series). Language Science Press [in press].
Sound, structure and meaning: The bases of prominence ratings in English,French and Spanish (with Jennifer Cole, José I. Hualde, Caroline Smith, C. Eager, & T. Mahrt). Journal of Phonetics, 75, 113-147. [pdf]
Vowel duration in English adjectives in attributive and predicative constructions (with J. Bybee). Language and Cognition, 11(4), 555-581.
The Perception of Phrasal Prominence in English, Spanish and French Conversational Speech (with J. Hualde, J. Cole, C. Smith, C. Eager, & T. Mahrt). In Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2016, Boston, Massachusetts. [pdf]
The Phrasing of Dislocations in French: Comparing Spontaneous Speech and Reading (with C. Smith). Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. Paper number 0720. [pdf]
The emergence of syllable structure? Data from gradient vowel reduction in Brazilian Portuguese. In Proceedings of the tenth High Desert Linguistics Society Conference. HDLS: Albuquerque, New Mexico. [pdf]
Is there a syllabic stage in spelling development? Evidence from Portuguese-speaking children (With C. Cardoso-Martins, M. F. Corrêa, & L. S. Lemos). Journal of Educational Psychology, 98(3), 628-641. [pdf]