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Name: Vsevolod  Kapatsinski
Institution: University of Oregon
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State and/or Country: OR
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Specialty: Mental Lexicon, Laboratory Phonology
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Testing Theories of Linguistic Constituency with Configural Learning: The Case of the English Syllable (Language);
Adversative Conjunction Choice in Russian: Semantic and Syntactic
Influences on Lexical Selection (Language Variation and Change);
Frequency of Use Leads to Automaticity of Production: Evidence from Repair in Conversation (Language & Speech);
Velar Palatalization in Russian and Artificial Grammar: Constraints on Models of Morphophonology (Laboratory Phonology);
What is it I am writing? Lexical frequency effects in spelling Russian prefixes: Uncertainty and competition in an apparently regular system (Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory).
Frequency and the emergence of prefabs: Evidence from monitoring (Formulaic Language, John Benjamins);
Investigating phonotactics, lexical analogy, and sound symbolism using xenolinguistics: A novel word-picture matching paradigm (Proceedings of CogSci);
Towards a single-mechanism account of frequency effects (LACUS)
Dissertation Director * of: The Effect of Age of Acquisition and Second Language Experience on Segments and Prosody: A cross-sectional study of Korean Bilinguals' English and Korean production
(Grace Oh, Author)
Dissertation Director * of: Cross-linguistic Perception and Learning of Japanese Lexical Prosody by English Listeners
(Irina Shport, Author)
Academic Paper Abstract: Adversative Conjunction Choice in Russian (no, da, odnako): Semantic and syntactic influences on lexical selection

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.

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