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Presentations

2014

White, J. Learning alternations in a maximum entropy model: The role of perceptual similarity. Talk given at the 88th Meeting of the LSA. Minneapolis, MN. [slides]


2013

White, J. Role of perceptual similarity in the acquisition of phonological alternations: A biased maximum entropy learning model. Talk given at BUCLD 38. Boston, MA.


Sundara, M., Kim, Y., White, J. & Chong, A. There is no pat in patting: Acquisition of phonological alternations by English-learning 12-month-olds. Talk given at BUCLD 38. Boston, MA.

 

2012

White, J. & Sundara, M. Infant biases in the learning of phonological alternations. Talk given at BUCLD 37. Boston, MA. [slides]


White, J. On the learnability of saltatory phonological alternations. Poster presented at LabPhon 13. Stuttgart, Germany. [poster]


White, J. Evidence for a learning bias against “saltatory” phonological alternations in artificial language learning. Talk presented at the 86th Meeting of the LSA. Portland, OR. [slides]

 

2011

White, J. & Garellek, M. Acoustic correlates of stress and their use in diagnosing syllable fusion in Tongan. Poster presented at the 161st Meeting of the ASA. Seattle WA. [poster]


White, J. & Garellek, M. Acoustic correlates of stress and their use in diagnosing syllable fusion in Tongan. Talk given at AFLA 18. Harvard University. [slides]

 

2010

White, J. & Sundara, M. Experimental evidence for phoneme-level inhibition in spoken word recognition. Poster presented at the 160th Meeting of the ASA. Cancun, Mexico. [poster]

 

2009

White, J. Looking for phoneme-level inhibition in spoken word recognition using auditory lexical decision. Poster presented at the 158th Meeting of the ASA. San Antonio, TX. [poster]