Due to copyright, I cannot post copies of all of my work. However, I would be happy to email a copy to anyone who does not have access otherwise. A copy of my complete CV can be found here.


          Drager, Katie (2018) Experimental Research Methods in Sociolinguistics. London: Bloomsbury. 

          Drager, Katie (2015) Linguistic Variation, Identity Construction and Cognition. Berlin: Language Science Press.


            Kim, Jonny Jeongyoon and Katie Drager (2018) Rapid influence of word-talker associations on lexical access. Topics in Cognitive Science (early view)

            Hay, Jennifer, Katie Drager, and Andy Gibson (2018) Hearing /r/-sandhi: The role of past experienceLanguage 94(2) (early view).

            Walker, Abby, Jennifer Hay, Katie Drager, and Kauyumari Sanchez (2018) Divergence in speech perception. Linguistics 56(1): 257-278. 

            Drager, Katie, Bethany Kaleialohapau‘ole Chun Comstock, and Hina Puamohala Kneubuhl (2017) He nui nā ala e hiki aku ai
            Factors influencing the phonetic variation in the Hawaiian word kēia, In Kristine A. Hildebrandt, Carmen Jany, and Wilson Silva (Eds.) 
            Documenting Variation in Endangered Languages. Language Documentation & Conservation Special Publication no. 13, Honolulu: University 
            of Hawaiʻi Press, 65-93. 

            Hay, Jennifer, Ryan Podlubny, Katie Drager, and Megan McAuliffe (2017) Car talk: Location-specific production and perceptionJournal of 
            Phonetics 65, 94-109.        
            Kim, Jonny Jeongyoon and Katie Drager (2017) Sociophonetic realizations guide lexical access. Francisco Lacerda (Ed) Proceedings of Interspeech 2017, 
            621- 625. doi: 10.21437/Interspeech.2017-1742. 

            Sóskuthy, Marton, Jennifer Hay, Margaret Maclagan, Katie Drager, and Paul Foulkes (2017) Early New Zealand English: The closing 
            diphthongs. In Raymond Hickey (Ed.) Listening to the Past, Cambridge University Press, 529-561. 

            Drager, Katie (2016) Constructing style: phonetic variation in discursive functions of like. In Heike Pichler (Ed.) Discourse-Pragmatic Variation 
            and Change in English: New Methods and Insights, Cambridge University Press, 232-251.

            Drager, Katie and M. Joelle Kirtley (2016) Awareness, salience, and stereotypes in exemplar-based models of speech production and perception. 
            In Anna Babel (Ed.) Awareness and Control in Sociolinguistic Research, Cambridge University Press, 1-24.
            Kirtley, M. Joelle, James Grama, Katie Drager, and Sean Simpson (2016) An acoustic analysis of the vowels of Hawai‘i English. Journal of the 
            International Phonetic Association. 46(1): 79-97. doi:10.1017/S0025100315000456.

            Drager, Katie and James Grama (2014) "De tawk dakain ova dea": Mapping language ideologies on O‘ahu. Dialectologia 12: 23-51.

            Drager, Katie (2013) Experimental methods in sociolinguistics. In Janet Holmes and Kirk Hazen (Eds.) Research Methods in Sociolinguistics: A 
            practical guide, Wiley-Blackwell, 58-73.
            Drager, Katie, M. Joelle Kirtley, James Grama, Sean Simpson (2013) Language variation and change in Hawai‘i English: KIT, DRESS, and 
            TRAP University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics, Vol. 19: Iss. 2, Article 6: 41-50. (linked version has fixed formatting and a 
            missing figure compared with published version)

            Hay, Jennifer, Katie Drager, and Brynmor Thomas (2013) Using nonsense words to investigate vowel merger. English Language and Linguistics 
            17(2): 241-269.

            Drager, Katie (2012) Pidgin and Hawai‘i English: an overview. Journal of Language, Translation, and Intercultural Communication. 1(1): 61-

            Drager, Katie and Jennifer Hay (2012) Exploiting random intercepts: Two case studies in sociophonetics.  Language Variation and Change 24(1): 

            Drager, Katie (2011) Sociophonetic variation and the lemma.  Journal of Phonetics 39(4): 694-707. doi:10.1016/j.wocn.2011.08.005.

            Drager, Katie (2011) Speaker age and vowel perception. Language and Speech 54(1):99-121. doi: 10.1177/0023830910388017. 

            Drager, Katie (2010) Sensitivity to grammatical and sociophonetic variability in perception. Laboratory Phonology 1(1):93-120. doi: 

            Drager, Katie (2010) Sociophonetic variation in speech perception. Language and Linguistics Compass 4(7):473-480.

            Drager, Katie, Jennifer Hay, and Abby Walker (2010) Pronounced rivalries: Attitudes and speech perception. Te Reo 53: 27-53.

            Hay, Jennifer and Katie Drager (2010) Stuffed toys and speech perception.  Linguistics 48(4):865-892.

            Hay, Jennifer, Katie Drager, and Paul Warren (2010) Short-term exposure to one dialect affects processing of another. Language and Speech 
            53(4): 447-471.

            Hay, Jennifer, Katie Drager and Paul Warren (2009) Careful who you talk to: An effect of experimenter identity on the production of the 
            NEAR/SQUARE merger in New Zealand English. Australian Journal of Linguistics 29(2):269-285.

            Hay, Jennifer and Katie Drager (2007) Sociophonetics.  Annual Review of Anthropology 36:89-103. 

            Hay, Jennifer, Aaron Nolan and Katie Drager (2006) From fush to feesh: Exemplar priming in speech perception.  The Linguistic Review 23:351-

            Hay, Jennifer, Paul Warren and Katie Drager (2006) Factors influencing speech perception in the context of a merger-in-progress.  Journal of 
            Phonetics 34, 4:458-84.

            Drager, Katie (2005) From bad to bed: the relationship between perceived age and vowel perception in New Zealand English.  Te Reo 48:55-68 .


Conference Presentations and Posters (selected, with no duplications from papers in print)

            Kettig, Thomas and Katie Drager (forthcoming) The social evaluation of TRAP-backing in Montreal. To be presented at the Sociolinguistics 
            Symposium 22 in Auckland in June 2018.

            Walker, Abby and Katie Drager (forthcoming) The role of canonicity vs. experience-based expectations on speech processing. Poster to be 
            presented at LabPhon 16 in Lisbon in June 2018.

            Hooshiar, Kavon, Katie Drager, and Cassidy Copeland (2016) Coronal stop deletion in Hawaiʻi English. Poster presented at the joint meeting 
            of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of Japan in Honolulu, November/December 2016.

            Drager, Katie, James Grama, Ramil Lorenzo Gonzalez, and Cassidy Copeland (2016) VOT and closure duration of word-initial voiceless 
            plosives in Pidgin conversation. Paper presented at the Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and the Acoustical Society of 
            Japan in Honolulu in November/December.

            Drager, Katie, Rachel Schutz, Claire Stabile, and Bethany Kaleialohapau‘ole Chun Comstock. (2016) They say, 'he talk like one haole': variation 
            and change among quotative verbs in Hawai‘i. Presented at the LSA Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. in January.

            Simpson, Sean, Katie Drager, James Grama, and M. Joelle Kirtley (2014) Sound change in the back vowels of Hawai‘i English. Presented at 
            New Ways of Analyzing Variation 43. Chicago, October 2014.

            Schnoebelen, Tyler and Katie Drager (2014) The perception of social types: Using LDA to analyze open-response answers. Presented at the 
            International Conference on Language and Social Psychology 14. Honolulu, June 2014.

            Drager, Katie and Erik Thomas (2014) Regional variation in the cognition of a vowel merger. Presented at the American Dialect Society Annual 
            Meeting, Minneapolis, January 2014.

            Drager, Katie, Rachel Schutz, Ivan Chik, Kate Hardeman and Victor Jih (2012) When hearing is believing: Perceptions of speaker style, gender, 
            ethnicity, and pitch. Paper presented at the LSA Annual Meeting. Portland, January 2012.

            Drager, Katie and Jennifer Hay (2010) A novice's guide to understanding mixed effects models. Paper presented as part of the workshop on 
            Using Statistical Tools to Explain Linguistic Variation at NWAV 39, San Antonio.

            Drager, Katie and Jennifer Hay. (2010) Visual subliminal primes affect vowel perception. Poster presented at the 12th Conference on Laboratory 
            Phonology. Albuquerque, July 2010.

            Kaiser, Eden and Katie Drager. (2009) A sociophonetic investigation of nasalization, vowel perception, and speaker characteristics. Poster 
            presented at The International Nasal Workshop. Montpellier, June 2009.      

            Drager, Katie and Abby Walker (2009) Phonetic variation in polysemous words. Paper presented at The LSA Annual Meeting, San Francisco, 
            January 2009.

            Drager, Katie, Penelope Eckert and Kyuwon Moon (2008) Style and prosodic variation. Paper presented at NWAV 37, Houston, November 2008.

Invited Talks (selected)

2015    Probabilistic and stylistic factors influencing phonetic reduction. Keynote speaker at the New Zealand Society of Linguistics Conference. 
            University of Otago, Dunedin, December 2015.

2014    Salience, Attention, and the Perception of Sociophonetic Variables. Keynote speaker at Bias in Perception, Aarhus, September 2014.

2012    Variation and Change in Hawai‘i English. Keynote speaker at the Symposium about Language and Society - Austin (SALSA) XX: Languages 
            and Societies in Contact, Austin, April 2012.

2011    Conducting Speech Perception Experiments. Paper presented at Yaegor-Dror, M. and M. DiPaolo Sociophonetics Workshop at the LSA Summer 
            Institute, Boulder, CO, July 2011.

2011    Co-Constructing Identity: evidence from ethnographic and experimental research on language. Paper presented at the Centre for General 
            Linguistics (ZAS), Berlin, June 2011.

2011    Style, Stereotypes, and Sound Change. Keynote speaker at the 15th Annual Student Conference of the College of Languages, Linguistics, and 
            Literature, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, April 2011.
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