Joseph Roy
Joseph Roy
American Society for Engineering Education
Verified email at asee.org
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Mixed Effects Models are Sometimes Terrible
C Eager, J Roy
arXiv preprint arXiv:1701.04858, 2017
392017
A variationist perspective on discourse-pragmatic change in a contact setting
S Levey, K Groulx, J Roy
Language Variation and Change 25 (02), 225-251, 2013
262013
Crowd-sourcing prosodic annotation
J Cole, T Mahrt, J Roy
Computer Speech & Language 45, 300-325, 2017
182017
Linguistic Constraints on Children's Overt Marking of BE by Dialect and Age
J Roy, J Oetting, CW Moland
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 56, 933-944, 2013
182013
Sociolinguistic statistics: The intersection between statistical models, empirical data and sociolinguistic theory
J Roy
Proceedings from Methods XIV: Papers from the fourteenth international …, 2011
182011
Individual differences and patterns of convergence in prosody perception
J Roy, J Cole, T Mahrt
Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 8 (1), 2017
152017
Earnings fraud: board control vs CEO control and corporate performance–1992–2004
D Warren, M Zey, T Granston, J Roy
Managerial and Decision Economics 32 (1), 17-34, 2011
102011
Confronting quasi-separation in logistic mixed effects for linguistic data: a Bayesian approach
AE Kimball, K Shantz, C Eager, J Roy
Journal of Quantitative Linguistics 26 (3), 231-255, 2019
72019
Effects of Specific Language Impairment on a Contrastive Dialect Structure: The Case of Infinitival TO Across Various Nonmainstream Dialects of English
AM Rivière, JB Oetting, J Roy
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 61 (8), 1989-2001, 2018
62018
Beyond Maximal Random Effects for Logistic Regression: Moving Past Convergence Problems
A Kimball, K Shantz, C Eager, J Roy
arXiv preprint arXiv:1611.00083, 2016
62016
The perfect approach to adverbs: Applying variation theory to competing models
J Roy
Université d'Ottawa/University of Ottawa, 2014
62014
The annual report on the economic status of the profession, 2017–18
O Harmon, B Hopkins, R Kelchen, J Persky, J Roy
Academe 104 (2), 4-10, 2018
52018
Different scalar terms are affected by face differently
M Terkourafi, B Weissman, J Roy
International Review of Pragmatics 12 (1), 1-43, 2020
42020
Mixed effects models and unbalanced sociolinguistic data: The need for caution
J Roy, S Levey
Poster presented at NWAV 43, 2014
42014
Inter-dependency in linguistic data from one speaker: Assessing Competing Statistical Models
J Roy
Poster presentation at 38th New Ways of Analyzing Variation, Ottawa, 2009
32009
Measuring articulatory similarity with algorithmically reweighted principal component analysis.
J Mielke, J Roy
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125 (4), 2499-2499, 2009
22009
Mixed models are sometimes terrible
CD Eager, J Roy
Linguistic Society of America, Austin, TX, 2017
12017
Introduction to Text Mining for Sociolinguistic Research
J Roy
2016
The Constant Rate Effect in the Spread of Syntactic Change: Applications of Alternating Logistic Regressions in Historical Linguistic Repeated Response Data
JR Roy
University of Texas at San Antonio, 2006
2006
Text Mining for Sociolinguistic Research
J Roy, AM Escobar, K Lyons, G Zsombok
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