Tal Linzen

Assistant Professor, to begin July 2017

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Currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Laboratoire de Sciences Cognitives et Psycholinguistique & Institut Jean Nicod at Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, Dr. Linzen will join the Johns Hopkins Cognitive Science faculty in July 2017.

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T Linzen, E Dupoux, Y Goldberg
Assessing the Ability of LSTMs to Learn Syntax-Sensitive Dependencies
arXiv preprint arXiv:1611.01368, 2016

E Shetreet, T Linzen, N Friedmann
Against all odds: exhaustive activation in lexical access of verb complementation options
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (9), 1206-1214, 2016

A Ettinger, T Linzen
Evaluating vector space models using human semantic priming results
Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Evaluating Vector Space Representations ..., 2016

T Linzen
Issues in evaluating semantic spaces using word analogies
arXiv preprint arXiv:1606.07736, 2016

T Linzen, E Dupoux, B Spector
Quantificational features in distributional word representations
Proceedings of the Fifth Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational ..., 2016

T Linzen, Y Oseki
The reliability of acceptability judgments across languages
New York: New York University, ms, 2015

M Gouskova, T Linzen
Morphological conditioning of phonological regularization
The Linguistic Review 32 (3), 427-473, 2015

T Linzen, G Gallagher
Rapid generalization in phonotactic learning

T Linzen, TF Jaeger
Uncertainty and Expectation in Sentence Processing: Evidence From Subcategorization Distributions
Cognitive Science, 2015

J Fruchter, T Linzen, M Westerlund, A Marantz
Lexical Preactivation in Basic Linguistic Phrases
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 2015

T Linzen
Probabilistic linguistic representations: Between learning and processing
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, 2015

T Linzen
The diminishing role of inalienability in the Hebrew possessive dative
Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 2015

M Ariel, E Dattner, JW Du Bois, T Linzen
Pronominal datives: The royal road to argument status
Studies in Language 39 (2), 257-321, 2015

T Linzen, T O'Donnell
A model of rapid phonotactic generalization.
EMNLP, 1126-1131, 2015

T Linzen, TF Jaeger
Investigating the role of entropy in sentence processing
Proceedings of the Fifth Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational ..., 2014

T Linzen
Parallels between cross-linguistic and language-internal variation in Hebrew possessive constructions
Linguistics 52 (3), 759-792, 2014

T Linzen, G Gallagher
The Timecourse of Generalization in Phonotactic Learning
Proceedings of the Annual Meetings on Phonology 1 (1), 2014

A Ettinger, T Linzen, A Marantz
The role of morphology in phoneme prediction: Evidence from MEG
Brain and Language 129, 14-23, 2014

T Linzen, S Kasyanenko, M Gouskova
Lexical and phonological variation in Russian prepositions
Phonology 30 (03), 453-515, 2013

T Linzen, A Marantz, L Pylkkänen
Syntactic context effects in visual word recognition: An MEG study
The Mental Lexicon 8 (2), 117-139, 2013