Yakov Kronrod at Utah Linguistics colloquium

April 14th at the Utah Department of Linguistics colloquium, Yakov presents "A Bayesian model of categorical effects in consonant and vowel perception: Ockham's Razor and applications to L2 learning." The talk builds on previous joint work with Emily Coppess and Naomi Feldman and presents recent work on nasals with Jack Diaz (Linguistics/CS undergraduate at UMD) and extensions to L2 learning with alumna and Utah faculty, Shannon Barrios, as well as Bill Idsardi and Matt Winn of UW-Madison.