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
Lexical processing and affix ordering: Cross-linguistic predictions
AD Sims, J Parker
Morphology 25, 143-182, 2015
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
Inflectional complexity and cognitive processing: An experimental and corpus-based investigation of Russian nouns
J Parker
The Ohio State University, 2016
On the interaction of implicative structure and type frequency in inflectional systems
JR Parker, AD Sims
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
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
Morphological Diversity and Linguistic Cognition
AD Sims, A Ussishkin, J Parker, S Wray
Cambridge University Press, 2022
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
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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