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Description: This repository contains data and materials from a project examining the speech production of U.S.-based heritage Mandarin speakers as compared to Mandarin-dominant native speakers and English-speaking late learners of Mandarin. Different aspects of this project are reported in four publications: Chang, Yao, Haynes, and Rhodes (2011, "Production of phonetic and phonological contrast by heritage speakers of Mandarin", JASA), Chang and Yao (2016, "Toward an understanding of heritage prosody: Acoustic and perceptual properties of tone produced by heritage, native, and second language speakers of Mandarin", Heritage Language Journal), Chang and Yao (2019, "Production of neutral tone in heritage, native, and second language speakers of Mandarin", Proceedings of ICPhS 2019), and Chang and Yao (2022, "An individual-differences perspective on variation in heritage Mandarin speakers", The Phonetics and Phonology of Heritage Languages).

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