Below is a selection of language & computation-themed work to have come out of the lab, representing the most recent lab endeavors. As of late, we've been particularly interested in how sounds in language become linked to particular real-world meanings and attributes, and have been using novel linguistic corpora to investigate these language-real world connections.
Shih, Stephanie S; Jordan Ackerman; Noah Hermalin; Sharon Inkelas; Hayeun Jang; Jessica Johnson; Darya Kavitskaya; Shigeto Kawahara; Miran Oh; Rebecca L. Starr; and Alan Yu. 2019. Manuscript available soon on lingbuzz.
Shih, Stephanie S; Jordan Ackerman; Noah Hermalin; Sharon Inkelas; and Darya Kavitskaya. 2018. Proceedings of the Linguistic Society of America. Vol. 3. Available here.
Shih, Stephanie S and Sharon Inkelas. In Gunnar Ólafur Hansson; Ashley Farris-Trimble; Kevin McMullin; and Douglas Pulleyblank (eds). Proceedings of the 2015 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America. Available here.
Shih, Stephanie S. 2017. Phonology 34.2: 243-268. Available here.