Volume 27 – Issue 1 – 2015

Guest editors Chiara Celata, Basilio Calderone
Phonotactics: cross-linguistic perspectives from acquisition, speech production and corpus studies

Chiara Celata & Basilio Calderone

Stefan A. Frisch
A preliminary investigation of quantitative patterns in sonority sequencing

Katarzyna Dziubalska-Kołaczyk
Are frequent, early and easy clusters also unmarked?

Wolfgang U. Dressler, Miroslava Hlinicanová, Matej Durco, Karlheinz Mörth & Katharina Korecky-Kröll
Phonotactic vs. morphonotactic obstruent clusters in Slovak and German

Laila Kjærbæk, Ditte Boeg Thomsen, Claus Lambertsen & Hans Basbøll
Sonority and early words: the Sonority Syllable Model applied to an acquisitional project with Danish children

Chiara Celata, Katharina Korecky-Kröll, Irene Ricci & Wolfgang U. Dressler
Phonotactic processing and morpheme boundaries: word-final /Cst/ clusters in German

Sylvia Moosmüller
The interaction of prosody and phonotac­tics: Resyllabification in three varieties of German

Nathalie Vallée, Thi Thuy Hien Tran, Paolo Mairano, Silvain Gerber & Solange Rossato
Why do syllable onsets attract consonant(s)?

Volume 27 – Issue 2 – 2015

Whitney Chappell
Linguistic factors conditioning glottal constriction in Nicaraguan Spanish

Michela Cresci
Camuno height harmony

Francesco Romano
Salience and proficiency as determinants in the acquisition of L2 morphology

Lluïsa Gràcia Solé
Catalan existential sentences produced by Chinese learners