Isabelle Dautriche

Dissertation

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In-progress articles

Mahowald K. Dautriche I., Gibson E. & Piantadosi S.T. (in revision), Word forms are structured for efficient use

Chemla E., Buccola B. & Dautriche I. & (submitted), Connecting content and logical words

Buccola B.* Dautriche I.* & Chemla E. (submitted), Competition and symmetry in an artificial word learning task



Peer-reviewed journal publications

(*) indicates shared firstauthorship

Dautriche I., Fibla L., Fievet A-C. & Christophe A. (in press), Learning homophones in context: Easy cases are favoured in the lexicon of natural languages span. Cognitive Psychology [pdf]

Dautriche I.*, Mahowald K.*, Gibson E., Christophe A. & Piantadosi S.T. (2017), Words cluster phonetically beyond phonotactic regularities. Cognition, 163, 128-145. [pdf]

de Carvalho, A., Dautriche, I., Lin, I., & Christophe, A. (2017). Phrasal prosody constrains syntactic analysis in toddlers. Cognition, 163, 67-79. [pdf] [data]

Dautriche I., Mahowald K., Gibson E. & Piantadosi S.T. (2017), Wordform similarity increases with semantic similarity: an analysis of 100 languages. Cognitive Sciences, 41(8), 2149-2169 [pdf]

Dautriche I. & Chemla E. (2016), What Homophones Say about Words. PLoS ONE 11(9), e0162176. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0162176 [pdf]

Dautriche I., Chemla E. & Christophe A. (2016), Word learning: homophony and the distribution of learning exemplars Language Learning and Development, 12(3), 231-251 [pdf] [data]

Dautriche I., Swingley D. & Christophe A. (2015), Learning novel phonological neighbors: syntactic category matters. Cognition, 143, 77-86 [pdf]

de Carvalho A. Dautriche I. & Christophe A. (2015), Preschoolers use phrasal prosody online to constrain syntactic analysis Developmental Science, 19(2), 235-250 [pdf]

Gutman A., Dautriche I., Crabbé B. & Christophe A. (2014), Bootstrapping the syntactic bootstrapper : Probabilistic labelling of prosodic phrases. Language Acquisition, 22(3), 285-309 [pdf]

Dautriche I. & Chemla E. (2014), Cross-situational word learning in the right situations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 40(3), 892-903. [pdf]

Dautriche I.*, Cristia A.*, Brusini P., Yuan S., Fisher C. & Christophe A., (2014), Toddlers default to canonical surface-to-meaning mapping when learning verbs. Child Development, 85(3), 1168–1180 [pdf]



Peer-reviewed Conference Proceedings papers

Deï, D., Piccinini, P., Dautriche, I. , Van Heugten, M., & Cristia, A. (2016). La reconnaissance des mots dans la parole accentuée : Une étude en laboratoire et à l’extérieur [Mispronunciations slow down word recognition: A study using touchscreens in the lab and the real world]. In Proceedings of the joint JEP-TALN-RECITAL meetings (Vol. 1: Journées d’Études sur la Parole). Paris, France, 607-614. [pdf] [data]

Synnaeve G., Dautriche I.,Börschinger B., Johnson M. & Dupoux E. (2014), Unsupervised Word Segmentation in Context. COLING 2014 [pdf]

Dautriche I., Saint-Dizier P, (2009), A Conceptual and Operational Model for Procedural Texts and its Use in Textual Integration, IWCS8 conference, Tilburg, Pays Bas, 7-9 janvier 2009 [pdf]



Book chapters

de Carvalho, A., Dautriche, I. , Millotte, S., & Christophe, A. (2018). Early perception of phrasal prosody and its role in syntactic and lexical acquisition. In P. Prieto, N. Esteve-Gibert. Prosodic Development in First Language Acquisition. John Benjamins (TILAR Series)

Brusini, P., de Carvalho, A., Dautriche I., Gutman, A., Cauvet, E., Millotte, S. & Christophe, A. (2018). Bootstrapping lexical and syntactic acquisition. In M. Kail, M. Hickman & E. Veneziano, Sources of variations in first language acquisition: Languages, contexts, and learners, John Benjamins.

Christophe, A., Dautriche I. , de Carvalho, A. & Brusini, P. (2016) Bootstrapping the syntactic bootstrapper. In J. Scott & D. Waughtal (Eds). Proceedings of the 40th Boston University Conference on Language Development. (pp. 75-88). Somerville, MA; Cascadilla Press.

Van Heugten, M., Dautriche I., & Christophe, A. (2014). Phonological and prosodic bootstrapping. In: P. Brooks, V. Kempe, & J. G. Golson (Eds), Encyclopedia of Language Development. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Inc, 447-451. [pdf]



Conference Talks

(given by me unless otherwise mentionned)

de Carvalho, A., Dautriche I. , He, A. X., Lidz, J., & Christophe, A. (2016). The acquisition of word meanings: interactions between parsing and learning. 20th biennial meeting of the International Congress on Infant Studies - ICIS. New Orleans, USA (presented by de Carvalho A.)

Dautriche I., Fibla L. & Christophe A., Learning homophones: syntactic and semantic contexts matter 40th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, USA, 7-9 November 2015 (presented by Christophe, A.)

Dautriche I., Swingley D. & Christophe A., Learning phonological neighbors: syntactic category matters 39th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, USA, 7-9 November 2014

de Carvalho, A., Dautriche I. & Christophe A., Phrasal prosody constrains online syntactic analysis in two-year-old children 39th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, USA, 7-9 November 2014 (presented by de Carvalho, A.)

Dautriche I., Mahowald K., Gibson E., Christophe A. & Piantadosi S. T., Lexical clustering in efficient language design AMLaP, Edinburgh, Scotland, 4-6 September 2014

de Carvalho, A., Dautriche I. & Christophe A., Toddlers exploit prosody online to constrain syntactic analysis. AMLaP, Edinburgh, Scotland, 4-6 September 2014 (presented by de Carvalho, A.)

de Carvalho, A., Dautriche I. & Christophe A., Three-year-olds use prosody online to constrain syntactic analysis. 37th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, USA, 1-3 November 2013



Conference Posters

(presented by me unless otherwise mentionned)

Dautriche I. , Goupil L., Smith K. & Rabagliati H. (2018), Toddlers’ eye-movements reflect (un)certainty about their knowledge of a word’s meaning. Poster presented at the Budapest Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Hungria [pdf]

de Carvalho A.*, Dautriche I.* & Christophe A. (2015), Toddlers flexibly interpret novel verbs in different syntactic contexts. Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Philadelphie, PA, 19-21 March 2015 [pdf]

Synnaeve G., Dautriche I.,Börschinger B., Johnson M. & Dupoux E. (2014), Context helps in learning to segment words: evidence from a modeling study. 39th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, USA, 7-9 November 2014 [pdf]

Gutman A., Dautriche I., Crabbe B., & Christophe A., (2013), Prosody as a means of acquiring syntactic categories and building a syntactic skeleton. Conference on Cognitive Development, Budapest, Budapest, Hungria, 4-6 january. [pdf]

Dautriche I., Cristia A., Brusini P., Yuan S., Fisher C. & Christophe A., (2012), The role of prosody in toddlers’ interpretation of verbs’ argument structure. 37th Boston University Conference on Language Development, Boston, USA, 2-4 November 2012 [pdf]

Dautriche I., Cristia A., Brusini P., Yuan S., Fisher C. & Christophe A., (2012), Effect of prosodic constraint on novel verb interpretation in two-year-old children. Workshop on Cognitive Modules & Interfaces, SISSA, Trieste, Italy, 18-19 September.

Contact:

Email: isabelle.dautriche [at] gmail

Centre for Language Evolution

University of Edinburgh

UK