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Professor David Eddington

Phonology

Brigham Young University



David Eddington is a Professor in the Department of Linguistics at Brigham Young University in Provo, USA. He received his PhD from the University of Texas-Austin, USA, while his MA and BA are from Brigham Young University.

David’s research involves applying experimental and corpus methods in order to answer questions about how phonology and morphology are processed. He is also interested in sociolinguistic issues. Although he has published on Italian, Navajo, and Portuguese, the bulk of his research focuses on Spanish and English.

His publications include the monographs Spanish phonology and morphology: Experimental and quantitative perspectives (2004) and Statistics for linguists: A step-by-step guide for novices (2014).