Alexander Martin
Alexander Martin
Post-doctoral researcher at the Laboratoire de linguistique formelle (Université de Paris, CNRS)
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Consonants are more important than vowels in the bouba-kiki effect
M Fort, A Martin, S Peperkamp
Language and Speech 58 (2), 247-266, 2015
722015
Looking for the bouba-kiki effect in prelexical infants
M Fort, A Weiß, A Martin, S Peperkamp
12th International Conference on Auditory-Visual Speech Processing, 2013
352013
Cross-linguistic evidence for cognitive universals in the noun phrase
A Martin, T Ratitamkul, K Abels, D Adger, J Culbertson
Linguistics Vanguard 5 (1), 2019
112019
Preference for locality is affected by the prefix/suffix asymmetry: Evidence from artificial language learning
J White, R Kager, T Linzen, G Markopoulos, A Martin, A Nevins, ...
Graduate Linguistics Student Association, 2018
112018
Assessing the distinctiveness of phonological features in word recognition: Prelexical and lexical influences
A Martin, S Peperkamp
Journal of Phonetics 62, 1-11, 2017
92017
Vowel harmony and disharmony are not equivalent in learning
A Martin, J White
Linguistic Inquiry 52 (1), 227-239, 2021
82021
Revisiting the Suffixing Preference: Native-Language Affixation Patterns Influence Perception of Sequences
A Martin, J Culbertson
Psychological science 31 (9), 1107-1116, 2020
72020
Phonetically natural rules benefit from a learning bias: A re-examination of vowel harmony and disharmony
A Martin, S Peperkamp
Phonology 37 (1), 65-90, 2020
6*2020
Do learners' word order preferences reflect hierarchical language structure?
A Martin, K Abels, D Adger, J Culbertson
CogSci, 2303-2309, 2019
62019
Asymmetries in the exploitation of phonetic features for word recognition
A Martin, S Peperkamp
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 137 (4), EL307-EL313, 2015
52015
Sleep-dependent consolidation in the learning of natural vs. unnatural phonological rules
S Peperkamp, A Martin
The 15th Conference on Laboratory Phonology (LabPhon15), 13-1, 2016
42016
Experimental evidence for the influence of structure and meaning on linear order in the noun phrase
A Martin, A Holtz, K Abels, D Adger, J Culbertson
Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 5 (1), 2020
22020
Coalescing sources of bias in perception: Lexical and prelexical influences on the processing of phonological features
A Martin, S Peperkamp
15th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Cornell University, 2016
22016
Biases in phonological processing and learning
A Martin
PSL Research University, 2017
12017
DOES A UNIVERSAL HIERARCHICAL STRUCTURE UNDERLIE WORD ORDER TYPOLOGY?
A MARTIN, P KANAMPIU, K ABELS, D ADGER, J CULBERTSON
LANGUAGE of, 263, 2020
2020
Cross-linguistic evidence for cognitive universals in the noun phrase
D Adger, A Martin, J Culbertson, K Abels, T Ratitamkul
Linguistics Vangard, 2019
2019
Prototyping a web-based phonetic training game to improve/r/-/l/identification by Japanese learners of English.
A Guevara-Rukoz, A Martin, Y Yamauchi, N Minematsu
SLaTE, 20-24, 2019
2019
Relating perception and proudction in contact-induced change
A Martin, M van Heugten, R Kager, S Peperkamp
Workshop on Linking social effects in language processing to social effects …, 2016
2016
Phonological emergence in Dutch: Relating perception and production in contact-induced change
A Martin, M van Heugten, R Kager, S Peperkamp
Satellite workshop of LabPhon 15 on Marginal Contrasts, 2016
2016
The role of phonetic naturalness in shaping sound patterns
A Guevara-Rukoz, A Martin, S Peperkamp
Workshop on modeling variability in speech, 2015
2015
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