Vsevolod Kapatsinski, Ph.D.

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Linguistics University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
Website:
http://pages.uoregon.edu/vkapatsi/
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Joan L. Bybee grad student 2005 Univ. of New Mexico
Kenneth J. de Jong grad student 2009 Indiana University
 (The architecture of grammar in artificial grammar learning: Formal biases in the acquisition of morphophonology and the nature of the learning task.)
David B. Pisoni grad student 2009 Indiana University
 (The architecture of grammar in artificial grammar learning: Formal biases in the acquisition of morphophonology and the nature of the learning task.)
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Kapatsinski V. (2021) Hierarchical Inference in Sound Change: Words, Sounds, and Frequency of Use. Frontiers in Psychology. 12: 652664
Harmon Z, Kapatsinski V. (2021) A theory of repetition and retrieval in language production. Psychological Review
Harmon Z, Idemaru K, Kapatsinski V. (2019) Learning mechanisms in cue reweighting. Cognition. 189: 76-88
Teruya H, Kapatsinski V. (2019) Deciding to look: revisiting the linking hypothesis for spoken word recognition in the visual world Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 34: 861-880
Olejarczuk P, Kapatsinski V, Baayen RH. (2018) Distributional learning is error-driven: the role of surprise in the acquisition of phonetic categories Linguistics Vanguard. 4
Olejarczuk P, Kapatsinski V. (2018) The metrical parse is guided by gradient phonotactics Phonology. 35: 367-405
Harmon Z, Kapatsinski V. (2017) Putting old tools to novel uses: The role of form accessibility in semantic extension. Cognitive Psychology. 98: 22-44
Redford MA, Kapatsinski V, Cornell-Fabiano J. (2017) Lay Listener Classification and Evaluation of Typical and Atypical Children's Speech. Language and Speech. 23830917717758
Barth D, Kapatsinski V. (2017) A multimodel inference approach to categorical variant choice: construction, priming and frequency effects on the choice between full and contracted forms of am, are and is Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. 13: 203-260
Harmon Z, Idemaru K, Kapatsinski V. (2017) The power of a unimodal distribution in cue reweighting: Unimodality vs prediction error as signs of cue irrelevance The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 141: 3520-3520
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