Language • Vol/Iss. 88(4) • Linguistic Society of America • • Published In • Pages: 877-893 •
Higher population sizes are correlated with a higher number of monophthongs in a language.
The result is significant, however, the effect size of .0175 predicts an insignificant change in the amount of monophthongs in a given language, falling well within the standard error for phoneme inventory sizes. The significance in this case is likely the result of a large sample size.
|Hierarchical Mixed-Effects Model||Not supported||p<.05||effect size = .0175||UNKNOWN|