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Dr Rebecca Woods
Dr Johannes Heim
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Input beyond the Threshold: Explaining Auxiliary Initial Assertions in a British English Early Talker2021
Dr Christine Cuskley
Dr Rachael Bailes
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Noise resistance in communication: Quantifying uniformity and optimality2021
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Dr Rachael Bailes
Dr Christine Cuskley
Smooth signals and syntactic change2021
Dr Misa Hejna
Dr Lauren Ackerman
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Attention To People Like You: A Proposal Regarding Neuroendocrine Effects on Linguistic Variation2020
Dr Joel Wallenberg
A variational theory of specialization in acquisition and diachrony2019
Beth Atkinson
Dr Tom Smulders
Dr Joel Wallenberg
An Endocrine Basis for Tomboy Identity: the second-to-fourth digit ratio (2D:4D) in "tomboys"2017
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Extraposition is disappearing2016
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Antisymmetry and Heavy NP Shift Across Germanic2015
Dr Joel Wallenberg
The expression of impersonals in Middle English2015
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Rapid Deployment of Phrase Structure Parsing for Related Languages: A Case Study of Insular Scandinavian2014
Dr Joel Wallenberg
How variational acquisition drives syntactic change2013
Dr Joel Wallenberg
How variational acquisition drives syntactic change: The loss of verb movement in Scandinavian2013
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Scrambling, LF, and phrase structure change in Yiddish2013
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Language Acquisition in German and Phrase Structure Change in Yiddish2012
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Creating a dual-purpose treebank2011
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Icelandic Parsed Historical Corpus (IcePaHC)2011
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Phonological Rule Change: The Constant Rate Effect2009
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Further Results and Analysis of Icelandic Part of Speech Tagging. Technical Report MS-CIS-08-132008
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Icelandic Data Driven Part of Speech Tagging2008
Dr Joel Wallenberg
English Weak Pronouns and Object Shift2007
Dr Joel Wallenberg
Formal linguistics meets the Boojum: metrical variation in Lewis Carroll’s verse2005
Dr Joel Wallenberg
The Story of the American –self: a case study in morphological variation2005