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Mixed-effects modeling with crossed random effects for subjects and items
The CELEX Lexical Database (CD-ROM)
Predicting the dative alternation
Presenting a case study of work on the English dative alternation, it is shown that linguistic intuitions ofgrammaticality are deeply flawed and seriously underestimate the space of grammatical possibility, and that the four problems in the critique of usage data are empirical issues that can be resolved by using modern statistical theory and modeling strategies widely used in other fields.
Analyzing linguistic data: a practical introduction to statistics using R, 1st Edition
- R. Baayen
- Computer Science
This paper presents a meta-modelling framework for modeling mixed models of clustering, classification, and probability distributions using the 'R' programming language.
Analyzing Reaction Times
Reaction times (RTs) are an important source of information in experimental psychology. Classical methodological considerations pertaining to the statistical analysis of RT data are optimized for…
Singulars and plurals in Dutch: Evidence for a parallel dual-route model
Are regular morphologically complex words stored in the mental lexicon? Answers to this question have ranged from full listing to parsing for every regular complex word. We investigated the roles of…
Word Frequency Distributions
- R. Baayen
- 31 July 2001
This paper presents a meta-modelling framework for estimating the randomness of word frequency distributions using a variety of non-parametric and Parametric models.
An amorphous model for morphological processing in visual comprehension based on naive discriminative learning.
- R. Baayen, P. Milin, Dušica Filipović Đurđević, Peter Hendrix, M. Marelli
- LinguisticsPsychological review
- 1 July 2011
A 2-layer symbolic network model based on the equilibrium equations of the Rescorla-Wagner model (Danks, 2003) is proposed, showing that for pseudo-derived words no special morpho-orthographic segmentation mechanism is required and predicting that productive affixes afford faster response latencies for new words.
How cross-language similarity and task demands affect cognate recognition
Quantitative aspects of morphological productivity
- R. Baayen
Research into the phenomenon of morphological productivity, “the possibility for language users to coin, unintentionally, a number of formations which are in principle uncountable” (Schultink 1961),…