Faculty Publications

Mary Beckman

  • Andrew R. Plummer & Mary E. Beckman (2015). “Framing a socio-indexical basis for the emergence and cultural transmission of phonological systems.” Journal of Phonetics, 53: 66-78. 
  • Mieko Takada, Eun Jong Kong, Kiyoko Yoneyama & Mary E. Beckman(2015). “Loss of prevoicing in modern Japanese /g, d, b/.” Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4. Paper number 0873.
  • Patrick F. Reidy, Mary E. Beckman, Ruth Litovsky & Jan Edwards (2015). “The acquisition of English sibilant fricatives by children with bilateral cochlear implants.” Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences. Glasgow, UK: the University of Glasgow. ISBN 978-0-85261-941-4. Paper number 0219.

 

Kathryn Campbell-Kibler

  • 2015. Wagner, Laura, Shari Speer, Leslie C. Moore, Elizabeth A. McCullough, Kiwako Ito, Cynthia G. Clopper and Kathryn Campbell-Kibler. "Linguistics in a Science Museum: Integrating Research, Teaching, and Outreach at the Language Sciences Research Lab." Language and Linguistics Compass. • 
  • 2015. Walker, Abby and Kathryn Campbell-Kibler. "Repeat what after whom? Exploring variable selectivity in a cross-dialectal shadowing task." Frontiers in Psychology. 6(546).

 

Cynthia Clopper

  • Wagner, L., Speer, S.R., Moore, L., McCullough, E., Ito, K., Clopper, C., & Campbell-Kibler, K. (2015).”Linguistics in a Science Museum: Integrating research, teaching and outreach at the language sciences research lab.”  Language and Linguistics Compass, 1-11 10.1111.
  • Turnbull, R., Burdin, R. S., Clopper, C. G., & Tonhauser, J. (2015). “Contextual information and the prosodic realisation of focus: A cross-linguistic comparison.” Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 30, 1061-1076.

 

Micha Elsner

  • Alasdair Clarke, Micha Elsner and Hannah Rohde: “Giving good directions: order of mention reflects visual salience.” Frontiers in Psychology (to appear) 2015.
  • Micha Elsner. “Abstract representations of plot structure.” Linguistic Issues in Language Technology (LILT), 12, 2015.
  • Arnab Nandi, Ziqi Huang, Man Cao, Micha Elsner, Lilong Jiang, Srinivasan Parthasarathy and Ramiya Venkatachalam. “Interactive tweaking of text analytics dashboards.” In Databases in Networked Information Systems, pages 122–132. Springer International Publishing, 2015.

 

Björn Köhnlein

  • Köhnlein, Björn (2015): “The morphological structure of complex place names: the case of Dutch.” Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics. DOI 10.1007/s10828-015-9075-0
  • Köhnlein, Björn (2015): “An asymmetry in the interaction of pitch and duration.” Diachronica 32.2: 231-267.

 

Bob Levine

  • Bob Levine and Yusuke Kubota. (2015): “The syntax-semantics interface of 'respective' predication: A unified analysis in Hybrid Type-Logical Categorial Grammar.” Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (OnlineFirst; http://link.springer.com.proxy.lib.ohio-state.edu/article/10.1007/s11049-015-9315-7). 
  • Bob Levine and Yusuke Kubota. (2015): “Gapping as hypothetical reasoning.” Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (Online First) 
  • Bob Levine and Yusuke Kubota. (2015): “Scope parallelism in coordination in Dependent Type Semantics.” Proceedings of the Twelfth International Workshop on Logic and Engineering of Natural Language Semantics (LENLS 12) pp. 149-162.

 

Marie-Catherine de Marneffe

  • Lifeng Jin and Marie-Catherine de Marneffe. 2015. "The overall markedness of discourse relations." In EMNLP 2015. 
  • Ajda Gokcen and Marie-Catherine de Marneffe. 2015. "I do not disagree: Leveraging monolingual alignment to detect disagreement in dialogue". In ACL 2015.
  • Timothy Baldwin, Marie-Catherine de Marneffe, Bo Han, Young-Bum Kim, Alan Ritter and Wei Xu. 2015. “Shared Tasks of the 2015 Workshop on Noisy User-generated Text: Twitter Lexical Normalization and Named Entity Recognition.” Proceedings of the ACL 2015 Workshop on Noisy User-generated Text.


Becca Morley

  • Morley, R. “Can Phonological Universals be Emergent? Modeling the space of sound change, lexical distribution, and hypothesis selection.” Language 91:2 (2015): e40-e70

 

William Schuler

  • Manjuan Duan and William Schuler. 2015. “Parsing Chinese with a Generalized Categorial Grammar.” Proceedings of the Grammar Engineering Across Frameworks Workshop (GEAF'15), Beijing, China.
  • Marten van Schijndel, Brian Murphy and William Schuler. 2015. “Evidence of syntactic working memory usage in MEG data.” Proceedings of the 6th Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics (CMCL'15), Denver, CO.
  • Evan Jaffe, Michael White, William Schuler, Eric Fosler-Lussier, Alex Rosenfeld and Douglas Danforth. 2015. “Interpreting Questions with a Log-Linear Ranking Model in a Virtual Patient Dialogue System.” Proceedings of the Tenth Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications (BEA'15), Denver, CO.

Shari Speer

  • Speer, S.R., & Foltz, A. (2015). “Implicit contrastive prosody: Individual differences in processing and production.”  Lyn Frazier and Edward Gibson (eds.), “Explicit and Implicit Prosody in Sentence Processing: Studies in honor of Janet Fodor.” Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics Series, Springer, Dordrecht, pp. 263-286.
  • Speer, S.R. & Munoz, J. (2015, October). “Prosodic tune and object localization: An update.” Presentation to the Research Experience for Undergraduates Symposium, National Science Foundation, Washington, D.C. 
  • Campbell-Kibler, K., Clopper, C., Ito, K., Moore, L.C., Speer, S.R. and Wagner, L. (2015). “Linguistics for Everyone: Engaging a Broader Public for the Scientific Study of Language Acquisition.” Proceedings of the Boston University Conference on Language Development, BUCLD 39, Boston, MA.

Craige Roberts

  • Roberts, Craige (2015) “Accommodation in a language game.”  In Barry Loewer & Jonathan Schaffer (eds.) A Companion to David Lewis. Wiley, Hobeken, NJ.

 

Judith Tonhauser

  • Rory Turnbull, Rachel Burdin, Cynthia G. Clopper and Judith Tonhauser. In press. “Contextual information and the prosodic realization of focus: A cross-linguistic comparison.” Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, special issue on Laboratory in the Field: Advances in Cross-Linguistic Psycholinguistics.
  • Rebecca Cover and Judith Tonhauser. 2015. “Exploring meaning in the field: Temporal and aspectual reference.” In Bochnak, R. and L. Matthewson (eds.) Methodologies in Semantic Fieldwork, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.306-350.
  • Judith Tonhauser. 2015. “Cross-linguistic temporal reference.” Annual Review of Linguistics 1:129-154.
  • Judith Tonhauser. 2015. “Are ‘informative presuppositions’ presuppositions?” Language and Linguistics Compass 9.2:77-101

 

Michael White

  • Michael White and David M. Howcroft. 2015. “Inducing Clause-Combining Rules: A Case Study with the SPaRKy Restaurant Corpus.” In Proc. of the 15th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation.
  • Evan Jaffe, Michael White, William Schuler, Eric Fosler-Lussier, Alex Rosenfeld and Douglas Danforth. 2015. “Interpreting Questions with a Log-Linear Ranking Model in a Virtual Patient Dialogue System.” In Proc. of the 10th Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications at NAACL HLT 2015. 

 

Don Winford

  • Winford, Donald. 2015. “The origins of African American Vernacular English: Beginnings.” In Sonja Lanehart (ed.), Oxford Handbook of African American Language, 85-104. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 
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