Tal Linzen

In progress

Laura Gwillians, Tal Linzen, David Poeppel & Alec Marantz (under review). In spoken word recognition the future predicts the past. [bioRxiv]

Tal Linzen & Yohei Oseki (under review). The reliability of acceptability judgments across languages. [lingbuzz] [pdf]

Joseph King, Tal Linzen & Alec Marantz. (accepted with revisions). Syntactic categories as lexical features or syntactic heads: An MEG approach. Linguistic Inquiry. [lingbuzz] [Version before revision: pdf]

Published papers

[22] Laura Gwilliams, David Poeppel, Alec Marantz & Tal Linzen (in press). Phonological (un)certainty weights lexical activation. Proceedings of the 2018 Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics. [arxiv]

[21] Tal Linzen & Gillian Gallagher (2017). Rapid generalization in phonotactic learning. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology 8(1): 24. [link] [pdf]

[20] Émile Enguehard, Yoav Goldberg & Tal Linzen (2017). Exploring the Syntactic Abilities of RNNs with Multi-task Learning. Proceedings of the SIGNLL Conference on Computational Natural Language Learning (CoNLL), pages 3–14. [link] [pdf]

[19] Tal Linzen, Noam Siegelman & Louisa Bogaerts (2017). Prediction and uncertainty in an artificial language. Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, pages 2592–2597. [link] [pdf]

[18] Gael Le Godais, Tal Linzen & Emmanuel Dupoux (2017). Comparing character-level neural language models using a lexical decision task. Proceedings of the 15th Conference of the European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Volume 2, Short Papers, pages 125–130. [pdf] [bib]

[17] Tal Linzen, Emmanuel Dupoux & Yoav Goldberg (2016). Assessing the ability of LSTMs to learn syntax-sensitive dependencies. Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics 4, 521–535. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[16] Allyson Ettinger & Tal Linzen (2016). Evaluating vector space models using human semantic priming results. Proceedings of the First Workshop on Evaluating Vector Space Representations for NLP, 72–77. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[15] Tal Linzen (2016). Issues in evaluating semantic spaces using word analogies. Proceedings of the First Workshop on Evaluating Vector Space Representations for NLP, 13–18. [pdf] [bib]

[14] Tal Linzen, Emmanuel Dupoux & Benjamin Spector (2016). Quantificational features in distributional word representations. Proceedings of the Fifth Joint Conference on Lexical and Computational Semantics (*SEM 2016), 1–11. [pdf] [bib]

[13] Einat Shetreet, Tal Linzen & Naama Friedmann (2016). Against all odds: exhaustive activation in lexical access of verb complementation options. Language, Cognition & Neuroscience 31(9), 1206–1214. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[12] Tal Linzen (2016). The diminishing role of inalienability in the Hebrew Possessive Dative. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 12(2), 325–354. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[11] Tal Linzen & Florian Jaeger (2016). Uncertainty and expectation in sentence processing: Evidence from subcategorization distributions. Cognitive Science 40(6), 1382–1411. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[10] Joseph Fruchter*, Tal Linzen*, Masha Westerlund & Alec Marantz (2015). Lexical preactivation in basic linguistic phrases. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27(10), 1912–1935. (* indicates equal contribution.) [link] [pdf] [bib]

[9] Tal Linzen & Timothy O'Donnell (2015). A model of rapid phonotactic generalization. Proceedings of Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing (EMNLP 2015), 1126–1131. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[8] Maria Gouskova & Tal Linzen (2015). Morphological conditioning of phonological regularization. The Linguistic Review 32(3), 427–473. [link] [lingbuzz] [pdf] [bib]

[7] Mira Ariel, Elitzur Dattner, John Du Bois & Tal Linzen (2015). Pronominal datives: The royal road to argument status. Studies in Language 39(2), 257–321. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[6] Tal Linzen & Florian Jaeger (2014). Investigating the role of entropy in sentence processing. Proceedings of the 2014 ACL Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics, 10–18. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[5] Tal Linzen & Gillian Gallagher (2014). The timecourse of generalization in phonotactic learning. Proceedings of Phonology 2013, ed. John Kingston, Claire Moore-Cantwell, Joe Pater, and Robert Staub. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[4] Tal Linzen (2014). Parallels between cross-linguistic and language-internal variation in Hebrew possessive constructions. Linguistics 52(3), 759–792. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[3] Allyson Ettinger, Tal Linzen & Alec Marantz (2014). The role of morphology in phoneme prediction: Evidence from MEG. Brain and Language 129, 14–23. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[2] Tal Linzen, Alec Marantz & Liina Pylkkänen (2013). Syntactic context effects in single word recognition: An MEG study. The Mental Lexicon 8(2), 117–139. [link] [pdf] [bib]

[1] Tal Linzen, Sophia Kasyanenko & Maria Gouskova (2013). Lexical and phonological variation in Russian prepositions. Phonology 30(3), 453–515. [lingbuzz] [link] [pdf] [code and data] [bib]