|Papers and presentations||Course websites|
A single stage approach to learning phonological categories: Insights from Inuktitut. With Brian Dillon and Bill Idsardi. 2013. In Cognitive Science 37:344–377.
Short description of infinite Bayesian mixture of linear models available here. Code available on request.
Simplicity and the Bayesian evaluation measure. October 6, 2012. Presentation at NECPhon 6, University of Maryland, College Park.
The acquisition of phonological inventories. With Bill Idsardi. To appear. In Lidz, Snyder, and Pater (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Linguistics.
A Bayesian evaluation of the cost of abstractness. With Brian Dillon and Bill Idsardi. To appear. In Sanz, Laka, and Tanenhaus (eds), Language Down the Garden Path.
Review of Daniel Silverman, "A Critical Introduction to Phonology". With Bill Idsardi. 2010. In Phonology 27:325-331.
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A single-stage computational model of phoneme category acquisition. With Brian Dillon and Bill Idsardi. Poster presented at Computational Modeling of Sound Pattern Acquisition Workshop, University of Alberta, 2010.
Seeing Through the Surface: A Model for Direct Acquisition of Phoneme Categories. With Brian Dillon and Bill Idsardi. Poster presented at Boston University Conference on Language Development, 2009.
Pitfalls of Distributional Allophone Learning. (PDF with notes and extra slides. Original OpenOffice.org Presentation available on request.) Presented February 28, 2009. Montreal-Ottawa-Toronto Phonology Workshop (MOT) 2009.
The Acquisition of Morphophonology Under a Derivational Theory: A Basic Framework and Simulation Results. 2008. Forum paper (MA thesis), University of Toronto.
Developing Intermediate Language Learning Materials: A Labrador Inuttitut Story Database. With Joan Dicker and Alana Johns. Presented May 3, 2008, Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium (SILS) 15, Northern Arizona University. In Indigenous Language Revitalization: Encouragement, Guidance and Lessons Learned. (Proceedings of SILS 14 and 15.)