Selected publications:


Mompean, Jose A. & Jonás Fouz-González (Eds.) (2015). Investigating English Pronunciation: Trends and Directions. Basingstoke, UK/New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Journal papers

Mompean, Jose A. (2021). /r/-sandhi in the speech of Queen Elizabeth II. Journal of the International Phonetic Association

Mompean, Jose A. & Jonás Fouz-González (2020). Phonetic symbols in contemporary pronunciation instruction. RELC Journal

Fouz-González, Jonás & Jose A. Mompean (2020). Exploring the potential of phonetic symbols and keywords as labels for perceptual training. Studies in Second Language Acquisition

Mompean, Jose A., Amandine Fregier & Javier Valenzuela (2020). Iconicity and systematicity in phonaesthemes: A cross-linguistic study. Cognitive Linguistics 31(3), 515-548.

Mompean, Jose A. & Javier Valenzuela (2019). Brexit means Brexit: a constructionist analysis. Complutense Journal of English Studies 27, 1-37.

San Segundo, Eugenia & Jose A. Mompean (2017). A simplified Vocal Profile Analysis protocol for the assessment of voice quality and speaker similarity. Journal of Voice 31(5), 644.e11-644.e27.

Mompean, Jose A. & Jonás Fouz-González (2016). Twitter-based EFL pronunciation instruction. Language Learning & Technology 20(1), 166–190.

Mompean, Jose A. & Lintunen, P. (2015). Phonetic notation in foreign language teaching and learning: Potential advantages and learners’ views. Research in Language 13(3), 292–314.

Mompean, Jose A., & Pilar Mompean-Guillamón (2009). /r/-liaison in English: An empirical study. Cognitive Linguistics 20(4), 733–776.

Mompean, Jose A. (2006). The Phoneme as a basic-level category: Experimental Evidence from English. International Journal of English Studies 6(2), 141–172.

Mompean, Jose A. (2004). Category overlap and neutralization: The importance of speakers' classifications in phonology. Cognitive Linguistics 15(4), 429–469.


Mompean, Jose A. (2019). Diachronic change in /r/-sandhi? A real-time study at community and individual levels. In Sasha Calhoun, Paola Escudero, Marija Tabain & Paul Warren (eds.) Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019 (pp. 770–774). Canberra, Australia: Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association, Inc.

Mompean, Jose A. (2014). Cognitive linguistics and phonology. In J. R. Taylor & J. Littlemore (eds), The Bloomsbury Companion to Cognitive Linguistics (pp. 253–276). London: Bloomsbury Publishing.

Mompean, Jose A. (2014). Stress shift in English: The case of teen numbers. In R. Monroy & I. Arboleda-Guirao (eds), Readings in English Phonetics and Phonology (pp. 149–164). Valencia: IULMA.

Mompean, Jose A., Michael Ashby & Helen Fraser (2011). Phonetics teaching and learning: An overview of recent trends and directions. In W-S Lee & E. Zee (eds), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 96–99). Hong Kong, China.

Mompeán, Jose A. & Alberto Gómez (2011). Hiatus-resolution strategies in non-rhotic English: The case of /r/-liaison. In W-S Lee & E. Zee (eds), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 1414–1417). Hong Kong, China.

Mompeán, Jose A. (2010). A corpus-based study of phonological free variation in English. In A. Henderson (ed), (2010). English Pronunciation: Issues and Practices (EPIP): Proceedings of the First International Conference. June 3-5 2009, (pp. 13–36). Chambéry: Éditions de l'Université de Savoie.

Mompean, Jose A. (2005). Taking advantage of phonetic symbols in the foreign language classroom. In Proceedings of the Phonetics Teaching and Learning Conference 2005 (pp. 50–54). London: University College London.

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