Partial list of publications with some links

DH Whalen & JM McDonough (2019) Under-researched languages: Phonetic results from language archives. In Routledge Handbook of Phonetics, eds. Katz and Assmann.

Online resources: Krauss Tone Tables: IPA Excel spreadsheet. The tables in Mike Krauss’s (2005:55-99) paper "Athabaskan tone", transcribed into the IPA. In Athabaskan Prosody ed Hargus and Rice John Bejamins (2005)

L Carney & JM McDonough (2018). Nonlinear auditory models yield new insights into representations of vowels Attention Perception and Psychophysics. DOI: 10.3758/s13414-018-01644-w.

Online resources:Tutorial on vimeo (2016):How to use Young and Morgan.

J McDonough (revision 2015) How to Use Young and Morgan’s The Navajo Language: Part I.

L Carney, T Li, JM McDonough.(2015). Speech Coding in the Brain: Representation of Vowel Formants by Midbrain Neurons Tuned to Sound Fluctuations. eNeuro.JDOI:

A Stasenko, C Bonn, A Teghipco, F Garcea, C Sweet, M Dombovy, J McDonough, B Mahon. (2015). A causal test of the motor theory of speech perception: A case of impaired speech production and spared speech perception. Cognitive Neuropsychology

D Whalen, JM McDonough (2015). Adaptable models: Taking the laboratory into the field. Annual Review of Linguistics V1.1.

M Schellenberg, JM McDonough (2015). Using discrete cosine transforms to characterize tones in two Dene (Athabaskan) languages. Canadian Acoustic Association.

JM McDonough (2014). The Dene verb: how phonetics supports morphology. In Proceedings of 18th Workshop on Structure and Constituency in the Languages of the Americas, University of California, Berkeley, April 5-7, 2013.(copyediting version, do not distribute.)

C Bowern, JM McDonough, K Kelliher (2012). The phonetics of Bardi (Nyulnyulan) Journal of the International Phonetic Association, volume 42, issue 03, pp. 333-351.

LH Carney, JM McDonough (2012). Predicting discrimination of formant frequencies in vowels with a computational model of the auditory midbrain, IEEE Proceedings, Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, Princeton NJ.

K Iskarous, JM McDonough, DH Whalen (2012). A gestural account of velar contrast: the back fricatives in Navajo, Laboratory Phonology 3.1: 195-210 .

JM McDonough, B Tucker (2012). Replicating PE Goddard: A contemporary airflow and EGG study of Dene Suline. University of Rochester Working Papers

JM McDonough, H Lenhert-LeHouiller, N Bardhan (2009) The perception of Nasalized Vowels in American English: An investigation of online use of vowel nasalization in lexical access, in University of Rochester Working Papers in the Language Sciences(WPLS: UR) Volume 5:1

JM McDonough, V Wood (2008). The stop contrasts of the Athabaskan languages, Journal of Phonetics. V36.3, 427-449.

M Jacob, H Lehnert-LeHouillier, S Bora, S McAleavey, D Dialecki, JM McDonough (2008). Speckle Tracking for the Recovery of Displacement and Velocity Information from Sequences of Ultrasound Images of the Tongue. Proceedings of the 8th International Seminar on Speech Production, Strasbourg France, 53-57.

Joyce McDonough 2014