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Alexander Kilpatrick
Alexander Kilpatrick
Nagoya University of Commerce and Business
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Japanese Co-occurrence Restrictions Influence Second Language Perception
A Kilpatrick, R Bundgaard-Nielsen, B Baker
Applied Psycholinguistics, 2019
182019
Japanese perceptual epenthesis is modulated by transitional probability
A Kilpatrick, S Kawahara, R Bundgaard-Nielsen, B Baker, J Fletcher
Language and Speech 64 (1), 203-223, 2021
152021
Random forests, sound symbolism and Pokémon evolution
A Kilpatrick, A Ćwiek, S Kawahara
PLoS One 23 (1), 27, 2023
82023
Japanese vowel devoicing modulates perceptual epenthesis
AJ Kilpatrick, S Kawahara, RL Bundgaard-Nielsen, BJ Baker, J Fletcher
Proceedings of the 17th Australasian International Conference on Speech …, 2018
52018
Japanese vowel deletion occurs in words in citation form
A Kilpatrick, RL Bundgaard-Nielsen, BJ Baker
Proceedings of the 16th Australasian International Conference on Speech …, 2016
52016
A cross-linguistic, sound symbolic relationship between labial consonants, voiced plosives, and Pokémon friendship
A Kilpatrick, A Ćwiek, E Lewis, S Kawahara
Frontiers in Psychology 14, 1113143, 2023
42023
Predictability, Word Frequency and Japanese Perceptual Epenthesis
A Kilpatrick, S Kawahara, R Bundgaard-Nielsen, B Baker, J Fletcher
The 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 2763, 2019
22019
Japanese coda [m] elicits both perceptual assimilation and epenthesis
AJ Kilpatrick, S Kawahara, RL Bundgaard-Nielsen, BJ Baker, J Fletcher
Proceedings of the International Symposium on Applied Linguistics (ISAPh …, 2018
22018
Sound symbolism in Japanese names: Machine learning approaches to gender classification
CH Ngai, AJ Kilpatrick, A Ćwiek
Plos one 19 (3), e0297440, 2024
12024
What artificial intelligence might teach us about the origin of human language
A Kilpatrick
arXiv preprint arXiv:2301.06211, 2023
12023
Using artificial intelligence to explore sound symbolic expressions of gender in American English
A Kilpatrick, A Ćwiek
PeerJ Computer Science, 2024
2024
Sound Symbolism in Automatic Emotion Recognition and Sentiment Analysis
A Kilpatrick
Cognitive A.I. https://ceur-ws.org/Vol-3644/, 2024
2024
Japanese Listeners Are More Likely to Perceive Illusory Vowels in Predictable Contexts
A Kilpatrick, S Kawahara, R Bundgaard-Nielsen, B Baker, J Fletcher
Annual Meeting on Phonology, 2018
2018
Information Equilibration in English and Japanese Morphemes
A Kilpatrick
The Influence of Japanese Phonotactics on Second Language Perception
R Bundgaard-Nielsen, A Kilpatrick, B Baker
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