Publications

The <quh->-<wh-> switch: an empirical account of the anglicisation of a Scots variant in Scotland during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries

Published in English Language and Linguistics, 2020

Recommended citation: van Eyndhoven, Sarah and Clark, Lynn. (2020). "The <quh->-<wh-> switch: an empirical account of the anglicisation of a Scots variant in Scotland during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries." English Language and Linguistics. 24(1). https://www-cambridge-org.ezproxy.is.ed.ac.uk/core/journals/english-language-and-linguistics/article/quhwh-switch-an-empirical-account-of-the-anglicisation-of-a-scots-variant-in-scotland-during-the-sixteenth-and-seventeenth-centuries/7F8BDD1B6FB15E209D5662A47C1C78E8

Lenition and T-to-R are differently salient: The representation of competing realisations of t in Liverpool English dialect literature

Published in Perspectives on Northern Englishes, 2017

Book Chapter

Recommended citation: Honeybone, P., Watson, K. and van Eyndhoven, S. (2017). "Lenition and T-to-R are differently salient: The representation of competing realisations of t in Liverpool English dialect literature." In S. Hancil and Joan Beal (eds.) Perspectives on Northern English, 83-110. Berlin: De Gruyter. https://www-degruyter-com.ezproxy.is.ed.ac.uk/view/title/515065

t-to-r in north-west England: lexical frequency, schema strength and transitional probability

Published in 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference, 2015

Conference Proceedings

Recommended citation: Watson, K., Clark, L. and van Eyndhoven, S. (2015). "t-to-r in north-west England: lexical frequency, schema strength and transitional probability." 13th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference Proceedings, Newcastle, UK 20-25 July, 2015. https://journals-sagepub-com.ezproxy.is.ed.ac.uk/doi/full/10.1177/0075424219849093