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The intersection of this line with each ROC curve indicates the corresponding sensitivity and false positive rate at 50% accuracy smaller than . 5. Jean-Baptiste Harguindéguy.
BRIDGET L. ANDERSON is Assistant Professor of Linguistics at Old Dominion University, Virginia.
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It addresses the theoretical concern of the relationship between internal (. phonological) tendencies, such as coarticulation, and external (.
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The analysis describes how internal and external factors in phonological change differ and demonstrates how these two forces interact to structure the phonological systems of Appalachian and African American Southern Migrant speakers in the Detroit, Michigan area.