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Ohala, J.J., 1989. Sound Change is Drawn from a Pool of Synchronic Variation. In L. E. Breivik & Jahr, E. H., eds. Language change: Contributions to the study of its causes. New York: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 171–198.
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Ohala, J.J., 1986. Phonological evidence for top-down processing in speech perception. In J. S. Perkell & Klatt, D. H., eds. Invariance and variability in speech processes. Hillsdale: Erlbaum, pp. 386–401.
Ohala, J.J., 1993. The phonetics of sound change. In C. Jones, ed. Historical linguistics: Problems and perspectives. London-New York: Longman, pp. 237–278.
Ohala, J.J., 1974. Phonetic explanation in phonology. In R. A. Fox A. Bruck & LaGaly, M. W., eds. Papers from the parasession on natural phonology. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, pp. 251–274.
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Ohala, J.J., 1983. The origin of sound patterns in vocal tract constraints. In P. MacNeilage, ed. The production of speech. New York: Springer, pp. 189–216.
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Ohala, J.J., 1981. The listener as the source of sound change. In R. A. Hendric Masek & Miller, M. Frances, eds. Papers from the parasession on language and behavior. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, pp. 178–203.
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