Jeff Parker
Jeff Parker
Assistant Professor of Linguistics, Brigham Young University
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How inflection class systems work: On the informativity of implicative structure
AD Sims, J Parker
Word Structure 9 (2), 215-239, 2016
Irregularity, paradigmatic layers, and the complexity of inflection class systems: A study of Russian nouns
J Parker, AD Sims
In P. Arkadiev & F. Gardani Eds. The Complexities of Morphology, 23-51, 2020
Lexical processing and affix ordering: Cross-linguistic predictions
AD Sims, J Parker
Morphology 25, 143-182, 2015
Inflectional complexity and cognitive processing: An experimental and corpus-based investigation of Russian nouns
J Parker
The Ohio State University, 2016
Network structure and inflection class predictability: Modeling the emergence of Marginal Detraction
J Parker, R Reynolds, AD Sims
Morphological diversity and linguistic cognition, 247-281, 2022
On the interaction of implicative structure and type frequency in inflectional systems
JR Parker, AD Sims
Effects of the relationships between forms within and across paradigms on lexical processing and representation: An experimental investigation of Russian nouns
J Parker
The Mental Lexicon 13 (3), 285-310, 2018
Solving Russian Velars: Palatalization, the lexicon and gradient contrast utilization
J Parker
The Slavic and East European Journal, 70-90, 2015
At the intersection of cognitive processes and linguistic diversity
AD Sims, A Ussishkin, J Parker, S Wray
Morphological diversity and linguistic cognition, 1-28, 2022
On the relationship between frequency, features, and markedness in inflection: Experimental evidence from Russian nouns
J Parker
Languages 6 (3), 130, 2021
A Bayesian Investigation of Factors Shaping the Network Structure of Inflection Class Systems
JR Parker, R Reynolds, AD Sims
Society for Computation in Linguistics, 2018
Morphological Diversity and Linguistic Cognition
AD Sims, A Ussishkin, J Parker, S Wray
Cambridge University Press, 2022
Paradigms and (semi) predictability: implications for measuring complexity typologically
JR Parker
Why Russian inflection is and isn't complex: from A (ckerman and Malouf) to Z (aliznjak)
JR Parker
Palatalization and Utilization of Contrast: An Information-theoretic Investigation of Palatalization in Russian
J Parker
The Ohio State University, 2013
Understanding Morphological Rules
J Parker
Canadian Slavonic Papers 54 (1/2), 265, 2012
Breaking command-ments and friend-ships: effects of relative frequency and affix parsability in lexical processing
JR Parker, M Phelan, R Reynolds, L Ressue
Russian first person imperatives
J Parker, M Slavic
Word Frequency and Processing: Why the Brain Stores Some Words Whole and Others in Parts
JR Parker
The complexity of processing simple words
L Ressue, J Parker, R Reynolds, M Phelan
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