Paul Smolensky

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
phonology, neural networks, cognitive science, physics
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Donald Henry Weingarten grad student 1981 Indiana University (Physics Tree)


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Gaja Jarosz grad student Johns Hopkins
Bruce Tesar grad student 1995 CU Boulder
Matthew Andrew Goldrick grad student 2003 Johns Hopkins
Lisa Davidson grad student 2004 Johns Hopkins
John T. Hale grad student 2004 Johns Hopkins
Adam B. Buchwald grad student 2006 Johns Hopkins
Gaja Jarosz Snover grad student 2007 Johns Hopkins
Sara Finley grad student 2003-2008 Johns Hopkins
Rebecca L. Morley grad student 2009 Johns Hopkins
Deepti Ramadoss grad student 2012 Johns Hopkins
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Smolensky P, Goldrick M, Mathis D. (2014) Optimization and quantization in gradient symbol systems: a framework for integrating the continuous and the discrete in cognition. Cognitive Science. 38: 1102-38
Culbertson J, Smolensky P, Wilson C. (2013) Cognitive biases, linguistic universals, and constraint-based grammar learning. Topics in Cognitive Science. 5: 392-424
Culbertson J, Smolensky P. (2012) A Bayesian model of biases in artificial language learning: the case of a word-order universal. Cognitive Science. 36: 1468-98
Smolensky P. (2012) Symbolic functions from neural computation. Philosophical Transactions. Series a, Mathematical, Physical, and Engineering Sciences. 370: 3543-69
Culbertson J, Smolensky P, Legendre G. (2012) Learning biases predict a word order universal. Cognition. 122: 306-29
Legendre G, Smolensky P. (2012) On the Asymmetrical Difficulty of Acquiring Person Reference in French: Production Versus Comprehension Journal of Logic, Language and Information. 21: 7-30
Smolensky P. (2012) Subsymbolic computation theory for the human intuitive processor Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 7318: 675-685
Berent I, Lennertz T, Smolensky P. (2011) Syllable Markedness And Misperception: It's A Two-Way Street Brill's Handbooks in Linguistics. 1: 373-393
Hogeweg L, Legendre G, Smolensky P. (2010) Kinship terminology: Polysemy or categorization? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 33: 386-387
Berent I, Lennertz T, Smolensky P, et al. (2009) Listeners' knowledge of phonological universals: Evidence from nasal clusters. Phonology. 26: 75-108
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