Robert Daland, Mira Oh, & Lisa Davidson (submitted). On the relation between online perception and loanword adaptation: Evidence from the perception of illicit word-medial clusters.
Janet B. Pierrehumbert, Forrest Stonedahl, & Robert Daland. (resubmitted) A model of grassroots changes in linguistic systems.
Robert Daland, Robyn Orfitelli, & Edward Stabler. (forthcoming). Evidence for syntactic modulation of speech perception.
Robert Daland, Anne van Leeuwen, Laura McPherson, Marc Garellek, David Wemhaner, Michael Tseng, & Jianjing Kuang (forthcoming). Phonological effects in wordform learning.
Robert Daland (accepted). Long words: the problem they pose for phonotactic grammars, and the solution for maxent Harmonic Grammars. Phonology. manuscript (pending minor revisions) supplemental materials
Robert Daland, Mira Oh, & Syejeong Kim (accepted).
When in doubt, read the instructions: Orthographic effects in the
adaptation and online perception of English vowels into Korean. LINGUA. manuscript.
Robert Daland & Ingrid Norrmann (accepted). Phonetic evidence for the resyllabification account of vowel prothesis in Spanish speakers acquiring English [s]-consonant clusters. Open Linguistics. manuscript.
Robert Daland (2014). What is computational phonology? LOQUENS 1(1), e400. http://dx.doi.org/10.3989/loquens.2014.004
Daland, R. (2014). The acquisition of word segmentation in infants: Corpus/Modeling studies. Invited talk presented to the 5th International Conference of the Korean Phonology and Morphology Circle, Jul. 3-5. proceedings slides
Giavazzi, M., Daland, R., Cleret de Langavant, L., Peperkamp, S., Bachoud-Levi, A.-C. (2014). The role of the dorsal striatum in selection: Converging evidence from language. 40th Incontro de Grammatica Generativa, Universita di Trento, Feb. 13-15. [contact corresponding author for slides]
Cristia, A., Mielke, J., Daland, R., & Peperkamp, S. (2013). Constrained generalization of implicitly learned sound patterns. Journal of Laboratory Phonology, 4(2), 259-285. [link]
Daland, R. (2013). Computational modeling in phonotactic acquisition. Colloquium given to the Departement d'Etudes Cognitives in the Ecole Normale Superieure, Dec. 3, 2013. slides
Daland, R. & Zuraw, K. (2013). Does Korean defeat phonotactic word segmentation? Short paper presented at the 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics in Sofia, Bulgaria, August 4-9, 2013. preprint
Daland, R. (2013). Learning a phonotactic grammar from unsegmented input. Poster presented at Phonology 2013, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 8-10, 2013.
Daland, R. & Oh, M. (2013). When in doubt, read the instructions: a restrictive account of orthographic effects on loanword adaptation. Poster presented at Phonology 2013, Amherst, Massachusetts, November 8-10, 2013.
Daland, R. (2012). Variation in child-directed speech: A case study of manner class frequencies. Journal of Child Language, published online October 10, 2012. doi:10.1017/S0305000912000372 (Open Access) corpus scripts
Daland, R. & Abner, N. (2012). Testing prerequisites for prosodic bootstrapping. Presented at the 86th annual meeting of the Linguistic Society of America in Portland, Oregon, January 5-8, 2012. slides
Oh, M. & Daland, R. (2011). Word-initial stops in Korean and English monolinguals and bilinguals. Linguistic Research 28(3), 625-634. pdf
Daland, R. & Pierrehumbert, J.B. (2011). Learning diphone-based segmentation. Cognitive Science, 35(1), 119-155. pdf
Daland, R. & Oh, M. (2011). Stops and phrasing in Korean and English monolinguals and bilinguals. Proceedings of the XVIIth International Conference of the Phonetic Sciences in Hong Kong. pdf
Daland, R., van Leeuwen, A., McPherson, L., Garellek, M., Wemhaner, D., Tseng, M., & Kuang, J. (2011). Phonological effects in wordform learning. Presented at the “Testing models of phonetics and phonology” workshop of the Linguistic Institute 2011 at the University of Colorado at Boulder, July 13th, 2011. poster
Daland, R. (2010). Learning metrical segmentation: the problem of function words. Presented at the Workshop on Computational Modeling of Sound Pattern Acquisition at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, February 13-14. slides
Daland, R. (2010). Phonotactics in word segmentation and word recognition. Invited talk presented to the UC-Irvine Cognitive Science Colloquium series, March 10th.
Daland, R. (2010). Phonotactics in word recognition. Invited talk presented to the Southern California Undergraduate Linguistics Conference, April 10th. slides
Daland, R. (2010). Phonotactics in word recognition. Invited talk presented to the University of Southern California Linguistics Colloquium series, April 19th. slides
Daland, R. (2010). Phonotactics in word recognition. Invited talk presented to the UCSD Linguistics Collquium Series, May 17th. slides
Goldrick, M. & Daland, R. (2009). Linking speech errors and phonological grammars: Insights from Harmonic Grammar networks. Phonology, 26(1) (special issue on connecting theory and experimental methods), 147-185. pdf
Word segmentation, word recognition, and word learning: a computational model of first language acquisition. pdf
Daland, R. (2009). Diphone-based word segmentation in Russian and English. Presented at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America in San Francisco, CA, January 8–11.
Daland, R. & Pierrehumbert, J. (2008). Language variation: Convergence, divergence, and death. Workshop on Complex Systems and Language at the University of Arizona, April 25-26.
Sims, A. D. & Daland, R. (2008). Modeling inflectional defectiveness as usage-based probability: Lessons from Modern Greek. Paper presented at the Defective Paradigms Conference in London, England, April 10–11.
Daland, R. (2008). Word segmentation in Russian and English: A computational comparison. Presented at the Third Annual Meeting of the Slavic Linguistics Society in Columbus, Ohio, June 10-12. slides
Maye, J., Daland, R., & Goldrick M. (2008). Phonological context as a cue to phonetic identity. Paper presented at the 2008 Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America in Chicago, IL, January 3–6.
Daland, R., Sims, A.D., & Pierrehumbert, J.B. (2007). Much ado about nothing: A social network model of Russian paradigmatic gaps. Paper presented at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics in Prague, June 23rd–June 30th. pdf
Sims, A. D., Daland, R., & Pierrehumbert, J. B. (2007). Learning defectiveness: Russian verbal gaps and implicit negative evidence. Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Slavic Linguistics Society in Berlin, Germany, August 22–26. slides
Goldrick, M., & Daland, R. (2007). Linking grammatical principles with experimental speech production data: Insights from Harmonic Grammar networks. Presented at Experimental Approaches to Optimality Theory Workshop in Ann Arbor, Michigan, May 18–20.
Daland, R., and Sims, A.D. (2007). Much ado about nothing: A social network model of Russian paradigmatic gaps. Talk presented at Northwestern Institute on Complex Systems (NICO), June 6th.
Daland, R. & Pierrehumbert, J.B. (2007). Rate-dependent dynamics of grammatical diffusion on social networks. Invited talk presented at the NU/EHESS workshop on Dynamics and Complexity in People and Societies at Northwestern University, October 23rd.
Pierrehumbert, J.B. & Daland, R. (2007). Persistence in morphology and phonology. Invited talk presented at the Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago, July 25th.
Daland, R., Goldrick, M., & Maye, J. (2006). A single statistical mechanism can learn both segments and phonotactics. Symposium presentation at the International Conference on Infant Studies in Kyoto, Japan, June 19–23.