Péter Rácz
Péter Rácz
Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Central European University
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Salience in sociolinguistics
P Rácz
Salience in Sociolinguistics, 2013
1222013
The handbook of language emergence
B MacWhinney, W O'Grady
John Wiley & Sons, 2015
1082015
A peer pressure experiment: Recreation of the Asch conformity experiment with robots
J Brandstetter, P Rácz, C Beckner, EB Sandoval, J Hay, C Bartneck
2014 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems …, 2014
442014
Participants Conform to Humans but Not to Humanoid Robots in an English Past Tense Formation Task
C Beckner, P Rácz, J Hay, J Brandstetter, C Bartneck
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 35 (2), 158-179, 2016
282016
Operationalising salience: definite article reduction in the North of England
P Rácz
English Language and Linguistics 16 (01), 57-79, 2012
262012
Morphological emergence
P Rácz, JB Pierrehumbert, JB Hay, V Papp
The Handbook of Language Emergence, 123-146, 2015
192015
Social Salience Discriminates Learnability of Contextual Cues in an Artificial Language
P Rácz, JB Hay, JB Pierrehumbert
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 51, 2017
182017
Social Practice and Shared History, Not Social Scale, Structure Cross‐Cultural Complexity in Kinship Systems
P Rácz, S Passmore, F Jordan
Topics in Cognitive Science, 2019
122019
The perception of high frequency sibilants in Hungarian male speech
P Rácz, A Shepácz
Acta Linguistica Hungarica 60 (4), 457-468, 2013
102013
Rules, Analogy, and Social Factors codetermine past-tense formation patterns in English
P Rácz, C Beckner, JB Hay, JB Pierrehumbert
Proceedings of the 2014 Joint Meeting of SIGMORPHON and SIGFSM, 55-63, 2014
82014
Experience with a linguistic variant affects the acquisition of its sociolinguistic meaning: An alien‐language‐learning experiment
W Lai, P Rácz, G Roberts
Cognitive Science 44 (4), e12832, 2020
52020
Morphological convergence as on-line lexical analogy
P Rácz, C Beckner, J Hay, JB Pierrehumbert
Language 96 (4), 735-770, 2020
52020
Testing usage-based predictions on Hungarian vowel reduction
P Rácz, D Szeredi
Poster presented at the 17th Manchester Phonology Meeting, Manchester …, 2009
52009
Frequency and Corpora
P Rácz, V Papp, J Hay
The Cambridge Handbook of Morphology, 685-709, 2016
42016
Gradient Maori phonotactics
P Racz, J Hay, J Needle, J King, JB Pierrehumbert
Te Reo 59, 3, 2016
42016
Salience in sociophonetics: A case study of Hungarian hiatus resolution
P Rácz
Twenty Years of Theoretical Linguistics in Budapest. Budapest, Tinta …, 2012
42012
Usage frequency and lexical class determine the evolution of kinship terms in Indo-European
FMJ Péter Rácz, Sam Passmore, Catherine Sheard
Royal Society Open Science 6 (10), 191385, 2019
32019
Percepts of Hungarian pitch-shifted male speech
P Rácz, V Papp
Language, sexuality, and power: studies in intersectional sociolinguistics 151, 2015
32015
Variation in the possessive allomorphy of Hungarian
P Rácz, P Rebrus
Current Issues in Morphological Theory:(Ir) Regularity, Analogy and …, 2012
32012
Acquiring the lexicon and grammar of universal kinship
J Blythe, J Tunmuck, A Mitchell, P Rácz
Language 96 (3), 661-695, 2020
22020
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