Wassink, A. B. (1999) A Sociophonetic Analysis of Jamaican Vowels. PhD dissertation, University of Michigan. [PDF]
Fridland, V., Wassink, A. B., Hall-Lew, L., and Kendall, T., (2020, forthcoming) Speech in the Western States, vol 3: Understudied Dialects. Publications of the American Dialect Society.
Buchstaller, I. and Blake, R. (2019)The Routledge Companion to the Work of John Rickford. New York: Routledge. Part III: The Political Ramifications of Linguistic Heterogeneity. (Section Editor) [DOI]
Fridland, V., Wassink, A. B., Kendall, T., and Evans, B. (2018) Speech in the Western States, vol 2: The Mountain West. Publications of the American Dialect Society.
Fridland, V., Kendall, T., Wassink, A. B. and Evans, B. (2017) Speech in the Western States, vol 1: The Coastal states. Publications of the American Dialect Society 101, No. 1
Articles in Refereed Journals
Wassink, A.B., Gansen, C., & Bartholomew, I. (2020,submitted) Uneven success: automatic speech recognition and ethnicity-related dialects, Speech Communication.
Wassink, A. B. (2015). “Sociolinguistic Patterns in Seattle English” Language Variation and Change 27(1): 31-58. [DOI]
Scanlon, M. & Wassink A. B. (2010). African American English in Urban Seattle: accommodation and intra-speaker variation in the Pacific Northwest. American Speech 85:2. 205-224.
MacLeod, A.N., Stoel-Gammon, C., & Wassink, A. B. (2009). Production of high vowels in Canadian English and Canadian French: a comparison of early bilingual and monolingual speakers. Journal of Phonetics 37:4. 374-387.
Franklin, A., Stoel-Gammon, C. & Wassink, A. B. (2008) Acoustic quantification of /i/-/ɪ/ overlap in children 21 to 33 months, International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 10(5), 1-14.
Wassink, A. B., Wright, R. A. & Franklin, A. (2007). Intraspeaker variability in vowel production: an investigation of motherese, hyperspeech, and Lombard speech in Jamaican speakers. Journal of Phonetics 35:3. 363-379.
Chapters in Edited Collections
Wassink, A.B. and Hargus, S. (forthcoming) Heritage Language and Features and the Yakima English Dialect. In, Speech in the Western States, vol 3: understudied dialects (V. Fridland, A. Wassink, T. Kendall and L. Hall-Lew, eds). Publications of the American Dialect Society 103. Durham: Duke UP.
Wassink, A. B. (2020) Where Sociolinguistics and Speech Science Meet: The physiological and acoustic consequences of underbite in a multilectal speaker of African-American English. In Buchstaller, I. and Blake, R. The Routledge Companion to the Work of John Rickford. New York: Routledge.
Wassink, A. B. (2019) English in the Evergreen State. In K. Denham and A. Lobeck (eds.) Northwest Voices, Corvallis: Oregon State University Press.
Wassink, A. B. The Vowels of Washington State (2017) In Speech in the Western States: vol. 1: the coastal states (Fridland, V. Kendall, T. Wassink, A.B. and Evans, B., eds.). Publications of the American Dialect Society. Duke University Press.
di Paolo, M., Yaeger-Dror, M. & Wassink, A. B. (2011) Analyzing Vowels, ch. 8. In, Sociophonetics: A Student's Guide (Marianna di Paolo and Malcah Yaeger Dror, eds.). London: Routledge.
Wassink, A. B. (2010) “Growing up with two ‘Black Languages’: kinship and attitudes toward Jamaican Creole and African-American English”, ch. 7. In Lanehart, S. (ed.) African American Women’s Language: Discourse, Education and Identity. Boston: Cambridge UP, pp. 127-140.
Thomas, E. R. & Wassink, A. B. (2010) “Variation and Identity in African American English”, ch. 15. In, Watt, D. and Llamas, C. (eds.) Language and Identities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP.
Articles Under Revision
Wassink, A. B. (under revision for Language in Society) The Social Networks of Minority Ethnicity Group Members in Washington State.
Wassink, A. B. (under revision for Journal of Sociolinguistics) “The Social Networks of Japanese-Americans in Washington State.”
Conference Proceedings, Full Paper Review
Wassink, A. B. & Chartier, N. (2020) Insufficient documentation in contemporary dialectology: the case of Washington State. In, Essays in the history of dialect studies. From ancient Greece to modern dialectology (Raf Van Rooy, ed.): 157:165. Münster: Nodus Publikationen - Wissenschaftlicher Verlag. ISBN: 978-3-89323-022-8
Scanlon, M. & Wassink, A. B. (2010). Using Acoustic Trajectory Information in Studies of Merger. Penn Working Papers in Linguistics.