Poster Session 1: Saturday 2:45 – 4:15

1. Valencian hypocoristics: when morphology meets phonology. Artés Cuenca, Eduard (CLT – Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

2. Gender without morphological segmentation in French. Becker, Michael (Stony Brook University), Dow, Michael (Indiana University)

3. On the expressivity of Optimality Theory versus rules: An application to opaque patterns. Buccola, Brian (McGill University), Sonderegger, Morgan (McGill University)

4. Kashaya Extrametricality and Formal Symmetry. Buckley, Eugene (University of Pennsylvania)

5. Prosodic boundary strength in verb-initial structures: Evidence from English and Irish. Elfner, Emily (McGill University)

6. Not just homogeneity of (marked) target: Conspiracies can target faithfulness too!. Farris-Trimble, Ashley (Simon Fraser University)

7. Dissimilation by surface correspondence in Aghem velarized diphthongs. Faytak, Matthew (University of California, Berkeley)

8. In some languages, /s/ is a vowel. Goad, Heather (McGill University), Shimada, Akiko (McGill University)

9. Less than words: Morphological effects in lexical variation. Gouskova, Maria (NYU), Linzen, Tal (NYU)

10. *NT recast as cue constraints. Hamann, Silke (University of Amsterdam), Downing, Laura (Göteborgs Universitet)

11. Unifying phonotactics and derived environment blocking through prosodic constraint indexation. Hsu, Brian (University of Southern California)

12. Ternary Stress in Parallel and Serial OT: Consequences for Representations. Kager, René (Utrecht University) Martínez-Paricio, Violeta (University of Tromsø)¸

13. Against a unified sonority scale. Katz, Jonah (UC Berkeley)

14. Doubly Triggered Harmony in Laal as Subphonemic Agreement by Correspondence. Lionnet, Florian (UC Berkeley)

15. Explaining child-specific phonology with a grammar of articulatory reliability: The A-map model. McAllister Byun, Tara (New York University) Inkelas, Sharon (UC Berkeley), Rose, Yvan (Memorial University of Newfoundland)

16. An Acoustic Study of Luganda Liquid Allophones. Myers, Scott (University of Texas at Austin)

17. Features and recursive structure in phonology. Nasukawa, Kuniya Tohoku (Gakuin University)

18. Justification for an Abstract Bilabial Fricative in Betsimisaraka Malagasy. O’Neill, Timothy (University of Delaware)

19. Conflicting directionality in Persian stress. Plaster, Keith (Harvard)

20. Vowel Epenthesis and Consonant Deletion in Japanese Loanwords from English. Shoji, Shinichi (University of South Carolina), Shoji, Kazuko (Clemson University)

21. Exponent-driven Stem Level, Structural Word Level. Shwayder, Kobey (University of Pennsylvania)

22. A cyclic factorial typology of Pama-Nyungan stress. Stanton, Juliet (MIT)

23. Non-homorganic glide insertion. Staroverov, Peter (Rutgers University)