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A virtual environment for modeling the acquisition of vowel normalization. 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America.(2014).
Framing a socio-indexical basis for the emergence and cultural transmission of phonological systems. Journal of Phonetics. 53, 66-78.(2015).
Learning speaker normalization using semisupervised manifold alignment. InterSpeech 2010.(2010).
Manifold alignment, vocal imitation, and the perceptual magnet effect. International Child Phonology Conference.(2012).
Aligning manifolds to model the earliest phonological abstraction in infant-caretaker vocal imitation. InterSpeech2012.(2012).
Graph alignment and cross-modal learning during early infancy. 166th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America.(2013).
Comparing vowel category response surfaces over age-varying maximal vowel spaces within and across language communities. InterSpeech 2013.(2013).
The acquisition of vowel normalization during early Infancy: Theory and computational framework. Department of Linguistics. Doctor of Philosophy, 259.(2014).
Examining the relationship between the interpretation of age and gender across languages. Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics. 19,(2013).
Modeling the evolution of vowel systems in phylogeny, ontogeny, and language speciation. Martin Luther King Linguistics Symposium.(2016).