Lisa Pearl
Lisa Pearl
Professor of Language Science & Cognitive Sciences, University of California, Irvine
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TitleCited byYear
When domain-general learning fails and when it succeeds: Identifying the contribution of domain specificity
L Pearl, J Lidz
Language Learning and Development 5 (4), 235-265, 2009
672009
Syntactic islands and learning biases: Combining experimental syntax and computational modeling to investigate the language acquisition problem
L Pearl, J Sprouse
Language Acquisition 20 (1), 23-68, 2013
662013
Online learning mechanisms for Bayesian models of word segmentation
L Pearl, S Goldwater, M Steyvers
Research on Language and Computation 8 (2-3), 107-132, 2010
592010
Necessary bias in natural language learning
LS Pearl
542007
Detecting authorship deception: a supervised machine learning approach using author writeprints
L Pearl, M Steyvers
Literary and linguistic computing 27 (2), 183-196, 2012
482012
Input filtering in syntactic acquisition: Answers from language change modeling
L Pearl, A Weinberg
Language learning and development 3 (1), 43-72, 2007
432007
Identifying emotions, intentions, and attitudes in text using a game with a purpose
L Pearl, M Steyvers
Proceedings of the naacl hlt 2010 workshop on computational approaches to …, 2010
402010
Computational models of acquisition for islands
L Pearl, J Sprouse
Experimental syntax and islands effects, 109-131, 2013
382013
Duster: A method for unraveling cross-language divergences for statistical word-level alignment
BJ Dorr, L Pearl, R Hwa, N Habash
Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas, 31-43, 2002
362002
The Nominal Nature of where, when, and how: Evidence from Free Relatives
I Caponigro, L Pearl
Linguistic inquiry 40 (1), 155-164, 2009
342009
Acquiring the meaning of free relative clauses and plural definite descriptions
I Caponigro, L Pearl, N Brooks, D Barner
Journal of semantics 29 (2), 261-293, 2012
322012
When unbiased probabilistic learning is not enough: Acquiring a parametric system of metrical phonology
LS Pearl
Language Acquisition 18 (2), 87-120, 2011
292011
Silent prepositions: Evidence from free relatives
L Pearl
Syntax and semantics of spatial P 120, 365, 2008
282008
Evaluating learning-strategy components: Being fair (Commentary on Ambridge, Pine, and Lieven)
L Pearl
Language 90 (3), e107-e114, 2014
252014
The utility of cognitive plausibility in language acquisition modeling: Evidence from word segmentation
L Phillips, L Pearl
Cognitive science 39 (8), 1824-1854, 2015
232015
Mapping lexical entries in a verbs database to WordNet senses
R Green, L Pearl, BJ Dorr, P Resnik
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meeting on Association for Computational …, 2001
202001
Putting the emphasis on unambiguous: The feasibility of data filtering for learning English metrical phonology
L Pearl
BUCLD 32, 390-401, 2008
172008
How far can indirect evidence take us? Anaphoric One revisited
L Pearl, B Mis
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
162011
Statistical learning, inductive bias, and Bayesian inference in language acquisition
L Pearl, S Goldwater
142016
Less is more in Bayesian word segmentation: When cognitively plausible learners outperform the ideal
L Phillips, L Pearl
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
142012
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