Ann Laubstein

Adjunct Research Professor (Linguistics)

Degrees:B.A. (Carleton), Honours B.A. (Carleton), M.A. (Ottawa), Ph.D. (Ottawa)
Email:ann_laubstein@carleton.ca

Research Interests

  • Language Production
  • Speech Models
  • Phonological Substrate for Production Models

Courses

Current course information for this faculty member can be found by searching theĀ Carleton Central/Public Schedule by Term and Name.

Courses previously taught

  • LING 4601: Language Processing & the Brain II

Recent Publications

(2006) Slips, SLIPS and the Rhyme. In Wiebe, G., Libben, G., Priestly, T., Smyth, R., & Wang, S. (Eds.). Phonology, Morphology, and the Empirical Imperative: Papers in Honour of Bruce L. Derwing . Taiwan: Crane Publishing, pp. 63-113. ISBN 986-147-113-8.

(2006) Two Constraint Types: Slots and Percolation. In Proceedings of the 2005 Canadian Linguistics Association Annual Conference , ed. Claire Gurski, pp.1-12. http://ling.uwo.ca/publications/CLA-ACL

(2003) Some Word Blend Insights into Language Production. Akten des 35. Linguistischen Kolloquiums in Innsbruch 2000, Springer-Verlag, Frankfurt/Main, 535-44.

(2002) How a Phonological Characteristic of Word Blends Informs Production Models. In John T Jensen & Gerard Van Herk (Eds.) Canadian Linguistics Association Annual Conference Proceedings, Cahiers Linguistiques d’Ottawa, pp 78-96.

(2000) The Serial Interactive Debate: Word Blend Evidence, LACUS Forum XXVI, 523-532.

(2000) Experimental Evidence for Serial Levels of Lexical Access: A Judgement Task. Brain & Language 81, 424-431, 2000.

(2000) Two Levels of Lexical Access: Word Blend Evidence. In Jensen, J. & G. Van Herk eds. CLA Annual Conference Proceedings, Cahiers Linguistiques d’Ottawa, 167-176. With Ronald Laurids Boring. My role: 1st Author

(1999) The Uniqueness of Word Onsets: Experimental Evidence. In Jensen, J. & G. Van Herk eds. CLA Annual Conference Proceedings, Cahiers Linguistiques d’Ottawa , 239-250.

(1999) Word Blends as Sublexical Substitution Errors, Canadian Journal of Linguistics, 44(2), 127-148,

(1999) Lemmas & Lexemes: The Evidence from Blends, Brain & Language , 68, 135-143.

(1998) Syllabic Attachment of Post-Vocalic Liquids and Nasals. In Davis, R. and P. Bhatt eds., The Linguistic Brain, Canadian Scholars Press, Toronto, Ont. 147-172.

(1997) Problems of Voice Lineups, Forensic Linguistics , 4(2), 262-279.