Induction in language learning
What Bayesian modelling can tell us about statistical learning: What it requires and why it works
Bayesian modeling of sources of constraint in language acquisition
Variability, negative evidence, and the acquisition of verb argument constructions
Presents a model of verb construction acquisition and demonstrates the general principles it uses to resolve the logical problem of language acquisition.
Adult language learners under cognitive load do not over-regularize like children
How does the presence of a label affect attention to other features?
Phonetic training makes word learning easier
Joint acquisition of word order and word reference
Indirect evidence and the poverty of the stimulus: The case of anaphoric one
Learnability, representation, and language: A Bayesian approach