Dr. Viktor Kharlamov is an Assistant Professor of Linguistics in the Department of Languages, Linguistics and Comparative Literature. He has a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Ottawa, Canada. His primary area of expertise is production and perception of speech sounds. He also works on documenting the sound system of Southern Ute, a Native American language spoken in the Four Corners area of Colorado. At FAU, Dr. Kharlamov directs an experimental linguistics lab and teaches courses and seminars in phonetics, phonology, and psycholinguistics.
Zamuner, T. S., & Kharlamov, V. (2016). Phonotactics and syllable structure. In J. Lidz, W. Synder & J. Pater (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of developmental linguistics (pp. 27-42). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Kharlamov, V. (2015). Perception of incompletely neutralized voicing cues in word-final obstruents: The role of differences in production context. Laboratory Phonology, 6, 147-165.
Oberly, S. & Kharlamov, V. (2015). The phonetic realizations of devoiced vowels in the Southern Ute language. Phonetica, 72, 1-19. Kharlamov, V. (2014). Incomplete neutralization of the voicing contrast in word-final obstruents in Russian: Phonological, lexical, and methodological influences. Journal of Phonetics, 43, 47-56.