My primary research interests are in the domain of theoretical phonology, though my theoretical work is based on empirical data. I investigate issues concerning phonological learnability with a primary focus on the acquisition of morphophonology. I test hypotheses on learnability suggested from phonological theories by experiments to elicit production and comprehension data. I also simulate the experimental data through computational models of the learning process.
Youngah Do Department of Linguistics The University of Hong Kong Rm 930, 9/F, Run Run Shaw Tower, Centennial Campus Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong