Faculty Publications

Mary Beckman:

  • Beckman, Mary E. 2013. Enriched technology-enabled annotation and analyses of child speech. Proceedings of Speech and Language Technology in Education 2013, 20-23.
  • Plummer, Andrew R., Ménard, Lucie, Munson, Benjamin, & Beckman, Mary E. 2013. Comparing vowel category response surfaces over age-varying maximal vowel spaces within and across language communities. InterSpeech2013.
  • Plummer, Andrew R., Munson, Benjamin, Ménard, Lucie, & Beckman, Mary E. 2013. Examining the relationship between the interpretation of age and gender across languages. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, 19 (Joint meetings of the 21st International Congress on Acoustics, 165th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, and the 52nd Meeting of the Canadian Acoustical Association).
  • Beckman, M. E., Li, F., Kong, E. J., & Edwards, J. 2014. Aligning the timelines of phonological acquisition and change. Laboratory Phonology, 5(1): 151-193.
     

Cynthia Clopper:

  • Clopper, C. G. 2014. Sound change in the individual: Effects of exposure on cross-dialect speech processing. Laboratory Phonology, 5, 69-90.
  • Clopper, C. G., & Tamati, T. N. 2014. Effects of local lexical competition and regional dialect on vowel production. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 136, 1-4.
  • Wagner, L., Clopper, C. G., & Pate, J. 2014. Children’s perception of regional dialect variation. Journal of Child Language, 41, 1062-1084.


Peter Culicover:

  • Hofmeister, Philip, Peter W. Culicover and Susanne Winkler. 2014. Effects of processing on the acceptability of ‘frozen’ extraposed constituents. Syntax.


Marie-Catherine de Marneffe: 

  • Marie-Catherine de Marneffe, Natalia Silveira, Timothy Dozat, Katri Haverinen, Filip Ginter, Joakim Nivre, and Christopher D. Manning. 2014. Universal Stanford dependencies: A cross-linguistic typology. In Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2014).
  • Natalia Silveira, Timothy Dozat, Marie-Catherine de Marneffe, Samuel R. Bowman, John Bauer and Christopher D. Manning. 2014. A gold standard dependency corpus for English. In Proceedings of 9th International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2014).


Micha Elsner

  • Micha Elsner, Hannah Rohde, and Alasdair D.F. Clarke. April 2014. Information Structure Prediction for Visual-world Referring Expressions. In Proceedings of the European Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL).
  • Marten van Schijndel and Micha Elsner. June 2014. Bootstrapping into Filler-Gap: An Acquisition Story. In Proceedings of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL).


Kiwako Ito

  • Wiener, S. & Ito, K. In press. Do syllable-specific tonal probabilities guide lexical access? Evidence from Mandarin, Shanghai and Cantonese speakers. Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2014.946934
  • Ito, K.  2014. Children’s pragmatic use of prosodic prominence. In D. Matthews (Ed.), Pragmatic Development in First Language Acquisition. (pp. 199-218). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Ito, K., Arai, M. & Hirose, Y. In press. The interpretation of phrase-medial prosodic prominence in Japanese: Is it sensitive to context? Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01690965.2013.864778
  • Ito, K., Bibyk, S., Wagner, L., & Speer, S. R. 2014. Interpretation of contrastive pitch accent in 6- to 11-year-old English speaking children (and adults). Journal of Child Language, 41 (1), 84-110.
  • White, M., Rajkumar, R., Ito, K., & Speer, S. R. 2014. Eye tracking for the online evaluation of prosody in speech synthesis. In Stent, A. & Bangalore, S. (Eds.) Natural Language Generation in Interactive Systems. (pp. 281-301). Cambridge University Press.


Brian Joseph

  • Brian Joseph, Harold Koch, Robert Mailhammer, Robert Blust, Claire Bowern, Don Daniels, Alexandre François, Simon Greenhill, Lawrence Reid, Malcolm Ross, and Paul Sidwell. 2014. Research priorities in historical-comparative linguistics: A view from Asia, Australia and the Pacific. Diachronica 31(2): 267-278.
  • Brian Joseph. 2014. On arguing from diachrony for paradigms. In Paradigm Change in the Transeurasian languages and beyond, ed. by Martine Robbeets and Walter Bisang [Studies in Language Companion Series (SLCS) 161]. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.


Peter Klecha

  • Peter Klecha. 2014. Diagnosing modality in predictive expressions. Journal of Semantics 31(3), 443–455. doi: 10.1093/jos/fft011


Yusuke Kubota

  • Yusuke Kubota and Robert Levine. To appear. Gapping as hypothetical reasoning. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory.
  • Yusuke Kubota and Jungmee Lee. To appear. The Coordinate StructureConstraint as a discourse-oriented principle: Further evidence from Japanese and Korean. Language.
  • Yusuke Kubota. 2015. Nonconstituent coordination in Japanese as constituent coordination: An analysis in Hybrid Type-Logical Categorial Grammar. Linguistic Inquiry 46(1).
  • Yusuke Kubota. 2014. The logic of complex predicates: A deductive synthesis of `argument sharing' and `verb raising'. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 32(4).


Bob Levine

  • Bob Levine and Yusuke Kubota. To appear. Gapping as hypothetical reasoning. Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.
  • Bob Levine and Yusuke Kubota. To appear.  The scope anomaly of Gapping. In Proceedings of the Northeastern Linguistics Society 44. 
  • Bob Levine and Yusuke Kubota. 2014. Unifying local and nonlocal modelling of `respective' and symmetrical predicates. In Formal Grammar, ed. by Glynn Morrill and Rainer Osswald. Lecture Notes on Computer Science 8612. Heidelberg: Springer/Foundation for Logic, Language and Information.
  • Bob Levine and Yusuke Kubota. 2014. Pseudogapping as pseudo-VP ellipsis. In Nicholas Asher and Sergei Soloviev(eds.), Logical Aspects of Computational Linguistics 2014. 122-137. 


Carl Pollard

  • C. Pollard. 2013. Agnostic hyperintensional semantics. Invited article in a special issue of Synthese on hyperintensionality, edited by B. Jespersen and M. Dučí.
  • Heidenreich, S., C. Pollard, and S. Speer. 2014. Do the pitch accents or the phrasal accents determine an alternative question? Poster at CUNY 2014.
  • Martin, S., and C. Pollard. 2014. A dynamic categorial grammar. In Formal Grammar 2014. LNCS 8612, Springer.
  • Pollard, C. and M. Yasavul. In press. Anaphoric it-clefts: the myth of exhaustivity. To appear in Proceedings of the 50th Annual Conference of the Chicago Linguistic Society.


Craige Roberts

  • "Accommodation in a Language Game". In press. In Barry Loewer & Jonathan Schaffer (eds.) A Companion to David Lewis. Blackwell/Wiley, Hoboken, NJ.
  • "Contextual influences on reference". In press. Solicited for A Handbook on Reference edited by Barbara Abbott and Jeannette Gundel, Oxford University Press.


William Schuler

  • William Schuler and Adam Wheeler. 2014. Cognitive Compositional Semantics using Continuation Dependencies. Third Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics (*SEM'14), Dublin, Ireland.
  • William Schuler. 2014. Sentence Processing in a Vectorial Model of Working Memory. In Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics (CMCL'14), Baltimore, MA.
  • Marten van Schijndel, William Schuler and Peter Culicover. 2014. Frequency Effects in the Processing of Unbounded Dependencies. In Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2014), Quebec City, Canada.
  • William Schuler and Marten van Schijndel. 2014. Effects of integration in eye tracking. CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, Columbus, OH.


Shari Speer

  • White, M., Rajkumar, R., Ito, K. & Speer, S.R. 2014.  Eyetracking for the online evaluation of prosody in speech synthesis.  Amanda Stent and Srinivas Bangalore (eds.), Natural Language Generation in Interactive Systems, Ch12 pp 281-301.  Cambridge University Press, UK.
  • Ito, K., Bibyk, S., Wagner, L., & Speer, S. R. 2014. Interpretation of contrastive pitch accent in 6- to 11-year-old English speaking children (and adults). Journal of Child Language, 41 (1), 84-110.


Judith Tonhauser

  • ‘Cross-linguistic temporal reference’, Judith Tonhauser, article commissioned for volume 1 of Annual Review of Linguistics. ‘
  • Are ‘informative presuppositions’ presuppositions?’, Judith Tonhauser, Language and Linguistics Compass.
  • ‘Variation in the prosody of focus in head- and head/edge-prominence languages’, Rachel Burdin, Rory Turnbull, Murat Yasavul, Cynthia G. Clopper and Judith Tonhauser, Lingua, special issue on Prosody and Information Structure in Typological Perspective.
  • ‘Exploring meaning in the field: Temporal and aspectual reference’, Rebecca Cover and Judith Tonhauser, in Bochnak, R. and L. Matthewson (eds.) Semantic Fieldwork Methodology, Oxford: Oxford University Press


Mike White

  • Rajakrishnan Rajkumar and Michael White. In press. Better Surface Realization through Psycholinguistics. In Language and Linguistics Compass.
  • Manjuan Duan and Michael White. 2014. That’s Not What I Meant! Using Parsers to Avoid Structural Ambiguities in Generated Text. In Proc. of ACL-2014.
  • Michael White, Rajakrishnan Rajkumar, Kiwako Ito and Shari R. Speer. 2014. Eye tracking for the online evaluation of prosody in speech synthesis. In Natural Language Generation in Interactive Systems, Amanda Stent and Srinivas Bangalore, eds., Cambridge University Press, Chapter 12, pages 281–301.
  • Michael White. 2014. Towards Surface Realization with CCGs Induced from Dependencies. In Proc. INLG-14.


Don Winford

  • Bettina Migge and Donald Winford. 2013. “Fact-type complements in Surinamese creoles and Gbe languages.” Lingua 129, 9-31.
  • Donald Winford.  2013. “Social factors in Contact languages.” In Yaron Matris and Peter Bakker, eds, Contact Languages: A comprehensive guide, pp. 369-425. Language Contact and Bilingualism 6. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Donald Winford. 2013. Substrate influence and universals in the emergence of contact Englishes: Re-evaluating the evidence. In D. Schreier & M. Hundt (eds.), English as a contact language, pp. 222-241. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Donald Winford. 2014. Toward an integrated model of contact-induced change. In Amei Koll-Stobbe & Sebastian Knospe (eds.). Language contact around the globe: Proceedings of the LCTG3 Conference, 3-24. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.
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