- Tamminga, M. 2019. Interspeaker covariation in Philadelphia vowel changes. Language Variation and Change 31(2):1-15.
- Tamminga, M. 2019. Sources of microtemporal clustering in sociolinguistic sequences. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence: Language and Computation 2:10.
- Tamminga, M. 2018. Modulation of the following segment effect on English coronal stop deletion by syntactic boundaries. Glossa: A journal of general linguistics 3(1):86.
- Tamminga, M. 2017. Matched guise effects can be robust to speech style. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 142, EL18-23.
- Tamminga, M., L. MacKenzie & Embick, D. 2016. The dynamics of variation in individuals. Linguistic Variation 16(2):151–187.
- Tamminga, M. 2016. Persistence in phonological and morphological variation. Language Variation and Change 28:335-356.
- Tamminga, M., Ahern, C. & Ecay, A. 2016. Generalized Additive Mixed Models for intraspeaker variation. Linguistics Vanguard 2(s1):33-41.
- Tamminga, M., Wade, L. & Lai, W. 2019. The search for predictors of individual differences in VOT imitation. NWAV 48, University of Oregon.
- Purse, R. & Tamminga, M. 2019. Evaluating lexical frequency measures for sociolinguistic variation. UKLVC 12, UCL/QMUL, London.
- Lai, W. & Tamminga, M. 2019. Individual differences in simultaneous compensation for coarticulatory and lexical cues. 5th Workshop on Sound Change, UC Davis, CA.
- Tamminga, M., Wade, L. & Lai, W. 2018. Stability and variability in phonetic flexibility. Linguistics Society of America annual meeting, Salt Lake City.
External and intramural funding
- Lai, W. 2019. Tracking idiosyncratic speech traits across speakers and genders. Small Grant Award, Penn Integrated Language Sciences and Technology Initiative.
- Tamminga, M. (PI) & Wade, L. (co-PI). 2019. Linguistic accommodation to Southern speech. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (BCS-1917900).
- Lai, W. 2018. Tracking speaker-specific cue distributions in multi-talker speech: The role of auditory dissimilarity, speaker identity and phoneme type.
- Wade, L. 2018. Convergence task replication with perceptual learning component. Small Grant Award, Penn Social and Behavioral Sciences Initiative.
- Tamminga, M. (PI), Fisher, S. (co-PI) & Labov, W. (co-PI). 2017. Variation and change in “ain’t” negation in AAE. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (BCS-1658547).
- Tamminga, M. (PI). 2016. Cognitive characteristics of the leaders of language change. National Science Foundation Grant (BCS-1627972).
- Tamminga, M. (PI) & Gylfadottir, G. (co-PI). 2016. Individual-level knowledge of an incoming phonemic contrast. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (BCS-1627973).
- Tamminga, M. (PI), Sneller, E. (co-PI) & Labov, W. (co-PI). 2016. Investigating the mechanism of phonological change in progress: Allophonic restructuring of /ae/ in Philadelphia. NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (BCS-1628408).