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    • On the (in)fissibility of intervocalic consonants in Norwegian and German: Evidence from a word game 

      Krämer, Martin; Vogt, Barbara (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      The syllabification of word- or morpheme-internal consonants, especially those preceded by short vowels, in Germanic languages has been subject to various analyses and there is generally not much consensus on the analysis of single string-internal consonants in these languages. This paper presents the results of a study based on a word game, carried out with German and Norwegian subjects, ...
    • On the representation and selection of exponents 

      Fabregas, Antonio; Krämer, Martin; McFadden, Thomas (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This article provides the reader with a general introduction to the main issues in the study of the lexicon, setting the context in which the articles presented in this volume appear. We concentrate on three questions that we consider crucial for a study of listedness: what is listed, how it is listed and how alternation and variation are expressed. We address these issues in the three main areas ...
    • Perspectives on Palatalization 

      Krämer, Martin; Urek, Olga (Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2016-08-31)
      In this article we provide a discussion of the definition of palatalization as a phonological phenomenon, its crosslinguistic variation, phonetic or functional grounding and phonetic (un)naturalness of palatalization, and theoretical approaches to palatalization patterns. After providing this background to the collection of articles in this special issue of Glossa we will give an overview of the ...