Peer-reviewed journal articles

Sloos, Marjoleine. 2017. Merger and reversal of the BÄREN and BEEREN vowels: The role of salience. Studia Linguistica. doi/10.1111/stul.12062/full

Sloos, Marjoleine & Mathea Neijmeijer. 2016. Ongoing Dispersion of Austrian Standard German Front Vowels: A Sociolinguistic Study. Athens Journal of Philology. 3(1) 7-22.

Sloos, Marjoleine & Denis McKeown. 2015. Bias in auditory perception. Editorial for Bias in Auditory Processing (Special Issue of Bias in Auditory Processing i-Perception 6.5).

Sloos, Marjoleine & Andrea Ariza Garcia. 2015. Own variety bias. In: Marjoleine Sloos & Denis McKeown (eds). Bias in Auditory Processing (Special Issue of i-Perception 6.5).1-4.

Sloos, Marjoleine & Jeroen van de Weijer. 2015. What can adult speech tell us about child language acquisition? Canadian Journal of Linguistics. 60(1) 75-83.

Sloos, Marjoleine. 2015. Accent-induced coder bias. Review of Cognitive Linguistics. 13(1) 59-80.

Weijer, Jeroen van de & Marjoleine Sloos. 2014. The four tones of Mandarin Chinese: Representation and acquisition. In Anita Auer & Björn Köhnlein (eds). Linguistics in the Netherlands. 31. 180-191. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Sloos, Marjoleine. 2013. The reversal of the BÄREN/BEEREN merger in Austrian Standard German. In: Gonia Jarema & Gary Libben (eds). The Mental Lexicon 8.3. 353-371.

Weijer, Jeroen van de & Marjoleine Sloos. 2013. Acquiring markedness constraints: The case of French. Linguistics in the Netherlands. 30. 188-200.

Sloos, Marjoleine. 2012. Standard or Dialect? A new online elicitation method. Dialectologia. 9. 95-108.

Sloos, Marjoleine & Aone van Engelenhoven. 2011. Reduplication in Leti: Input-Reduplicant correspondence. In Rick Nouwen & Marion Elenbaas (eds). Linguistics in the Netherlands 29. 112-124. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. #ROA 1162.

Sloos, Marjoleine & Marc van Oostendorp. 2010. The relationship between phonological and geographical distance on umlaut in Dutch dialects. Taal en Tongval. 62(2). 1-31.

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Marjoleine Sloos

Postdoctoral Researcher at Fryske Akademy, KNAW (Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences). Research interests: phonetic, phonological and sociolinguistic aspects of bilingualism and second language acquisition. Focus on Frisian, Dutch and Chinese.