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Engelse Taalkunde en fonologie
Benoemingsdatum 01-01-2006
Oratiedatum 16-02-2007
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Mijn onderzoek betreft de verwerving van onbewuste kennis over klanken en klankcombinaties, zowel van de moedertaal als van een tweede taal.

• Hoe wordt fonologische kennis gerepresenteerd?
• Hoe wordt fonologische kennis verworven?
• Hoe wordt fonologische kennis gebruikt bij de verwerking van spraak, in het bijzonder het segmenteren van spraak?

Het onderzoek omvat luisterexperimenten en computationele modellering.

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  2017 - Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Kager, R.W.J. & Martinez-Paricio, Violeta (2017). Mora and syllable accentuation: Typology and representation. In Rob Goedemans, Jeffrey Heinz & Harry van der Hulst (Eds.), The Study of Word Stress and Accent - Theories, methods and data Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  2017 - Artikelen
Liu, L. & Kager, R.W.J. (2017). Enhanced music sensitivity in 9-month-old bilingual infants. Cognitive Processing, 18 (1), (pp. 55-65) (12 p.).
Liu, L., Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2017). Perception of tones in Mandarin and Dutch adult listeners. Language and Linguistics, 18 (4).
Mol, Carien, Chen, A., Kager, R.W.J. & ter Haar, Sita (2017). Prosody in birdsong: A review and perspective. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
Kager, R.W.J. & Martinez-Paricio, Violeta (2017). The internally layered foot in Dutch. Linguistics, 56.
  2016 - Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Keij, B.M. & Kager, R.W.J. (2016). The development of rhythmic preferences by Dutch-learning infants. In Jeffrey Heinz, Rob Goedemans & Harry van der Hulst (Eds.), Dimensions Phonological of Stress (pp. 291-310) (20 p.). Cambridge University Press.
  2016 - Artikelen
Chen, A., Liu, L. & Kager, R.W.J. (25-04-2016). Cross-domain correlation in pitch perception, the influence of native language. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 31 (6), (pp. 751-760) (10 p.).
Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2016). Discrimination of lexical tones in the first year of life. Infant and Child Development, 25 (5), (pp. 426-439) (14 p.).
Liu, L. & Kager, R.W.J. (2016). Perception of a native vowel contrast by Dutch monolingual and bilingual infants - A bilingual perceptual lead. International Journal of Bilingualism, 20 (3), (pp. 335-345) (11 p.).
Liu, L. & Kager, R.W.J. (23-02-2016). Perception of tones by bilingual infants learning non-tone languages. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Liu, L., Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (12-06-2016). Perception of tones in Mandarin and Dutch adult listeners. Language and Linguistics
Pinget, A.C.H., Kager, R.W.J. & van de Velde, H. (2016). Regional differences in the perception of a consonantal change in progress. Journal of Linguistic geography, 4 (2), (pp. 65-75).
  2016 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Li, X., Kager, R.W.J. & Gu, Wentao (2016). Surface vs. Underlying Listening Strategies for Cross-Language Listeners in the Perception of Sandhied Tones in the Nanjing Dialect. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Tone Aspects of Languages (pp. 33-37) (5 p.).
  2015 - Artikelen
Liu, L. & Kager, R.W.J. (2015). Bilingual exposure influences infant VOT perception. Infant Behavior and Development, 38, (pp. 27-36).
Lentz, T.O. & Kager, R.W.J. (03-09-2015). Categorical phonotactic knowledge filters second language input, but probabilistic phonotactic knowledge can still be acquired. Language and Speech, 58 (3), (pp. 387-413) (27 p.).
Chen, Ao, Liu, Liquan & Kager, René (2015). Cross-linguistic perception of Mandarin tone sandhi. Language Sciences, 48, (pp. 62-69).
Boll-Avetisyan, N.A.T. & Kager, R.W.J. (30-11-2015). Is speech processing influenced by abstract or detailed phonotactic representations? The case of the Obligatory Contour Principle. Lingua, 171, (pp. 74-91) (18 p.).
Martinez-Paricio, Violeta & Kager, R.W.J. (2015). The binary-to-ternary rhythmic continuum in stress typology - layered feet and non-intervention constraints. Phonology, 32 (3).
Liu, L. & Kager, R.W.J. (2015). Understanding phonological acquisition through phonetic perception - the influence of exposure and acoustic salience. Phonological Studies, 18, (pp. 51-58).
  2015 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Magri, Giorgio & Kager, R.W.J. (2015). How to account for phonetically counterintuitive segment inventories using only phonetically grounded markedness constraints. In T. Bui & D. Ozyildiz (Eds.), Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS 45) Amherst, Massachusetts: GLSA Publications.
Magri, Giorgio & Kager, R.W.J. (2015). How to choose successful losers in error-driven phonotactic learning. In M. Kuhlmann, M. Kanazawa & G. Kobele (Eds.), MoL 2015: Proceedings of the 14th Meeting on the Mathematics of Language (pp. 126-138). Stroudsburg, PA: Association of Computational Linguistics.
  2015 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (30-05-2015). Internally layered feet and the factorial typology of quantity insensitive rhythmic stress.
R.W.J. Kager (04-03-2015). Prominence relations in a metrical framework with internally layered feet. DGFS 37.
R.W.J. Kager (11-09-2015). The early acquisition of prosody.
  2014 - Boekredactie
Kager, René, Grijzenhout, Janet & Sebregts, Koen (2014). Where the Principles Fail - A Festschrift for Wim Zonneveld on the Occasion of his 64th Birthday. Utrecht: UiL OTS.
  2014 - Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Lentz, Tom & Kager, René (2014). A phonotactic grammar for perception. In R. Kager, J. Grijzenhout & K. Sebregts (Eds.), Where the Principles Fail: A Festschrift for Wim Zonneveld on the occasion of his 64th birthday (pp. 123-134) (12 p.). Utrecht: UiL OTS.
Pinget, A.C.H., Kager, R.W.J. & van de Velde, H. (2014). Cross-regional differences in the perception of fricative devoicing. In Johanneke Caspers, Yiya Chen, Willemijn Heeren, Jos Pacilly, Niels O. Schiller & Ellen van Zanten (Eds.), Above and Beyond the Segments: Experimental linguistics and phonetics (pp. 230-245) (16 p.). John Benjamins Publishing.
Kager, René & Liu, Liquan (2014). The discrimination of tonal contrasts by monolingual and bilingual adults. In Carlos Gussenhoven, Yiya Chen & Dan Dediu (Eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages (pp. 87-90) (4 p.). ISCA Archive.
  2014 - Artikelen
Boll-Avetisyan, N.A.T. & Kager, R.W.J. (2014). OCP‐PLACE in speech segmentation. Language and Speech, 57 (3), (pp. 394-421).
Kager, René & Liu, Liquan (2014). Perception of tones by infants learning a non-tone language. Cognition, 133 (2), (pp. 385–394) (10 p.).
  2014 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Chen, Ao, Chen, Aoju, Kager, René & Wong, Patrick (2014). Rises and Falls in Dutch and Mandarin Chinese. In C. Gussenhoven, Y. Chen & D. Dediu (Eds.), TAL-2014 - The 4th International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Languages, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, May 13-16, 2014 (pp. 83-86).
  2014 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (28-03-2014). Cross-regional differences in the perception and production of a sound change. University Groningen, Sociolinguistic circle.
R.W.J. Kager (30-05-2014). Devoicing of /v/ in Dutch: linking perception and production. Workshop on sound change in interacting human systems.
  2014 - Poster
Keij, Brigitta & Kager, René (16-07-2014). Speaker dependency in rhythmic preference studies: do native preferences depend on native speakers?.
Keij, Brigitta & Kager, René (03-07-2014). Speaker dependency in rhythmic preference studies: do native preferences depend on native speakers?.
  2013 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2013). Cross‐domain perception of pitch in early infancy. In S Baiz, N Goldman & R Hawkes (Eds.), BUCLD 37: Proceedings of the 37th Annual Boston University Conference in Language Development (pp. 49-61) (13 p.). Somerville: Cascadilla Press.
Liu, Linquan & Kager, R.W.J. (2013). How Bilingualism Alters Infants' Tone Perception during Perceptual Reorganization. How Bilingualism Alters Infants' Tone Perception during Perceptual Reorganization Cascadilla Press.
  2013 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (03-04-2013). Anticipation in segmentation with right-edge-aligned stress. Konstanz-Utrecht Workshop on Prosody and Acquisition.
R.W.J. Kager (05-02-2013). Controlling for native language transfer effects in stimuli. Utrecht University, Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research (EMLAR IX).
R.W.J. Kager (18-12-2013). Cross-regional differences in the perception of a sound change. Utrecht, Dag van de Fonetiek.
R.W.J. Kager (29-11-2013). De relatie tussen perceptie en productie bij klankverandering. Université de Namur, ANBF Onderzoeksmarkt Université de Namur.
R.W.J. Kager (03-04-2013). Development of a rhythmic preference? Dutch-learning 4- and 6-month-olds. Konstanz-Utrecht Workshop on Prosody and Acquisition.
R.W.J. Kager (12-06-2013). Early acquisition of word stress: a cross-linguistic infant study. International Child Phonology Conference 2013.
R.W.J. Kager (27-07-2013). Early acquisition of word stress: a cross-linguistic infant study. International Congress of Linguists – workshop Word stress: dialectal variation and perception..
R.W.J. Kager (21-06-2013). Early acquisition of word stress: a cross-linguistic infant study. Workshop on Infant Language Development.
R.W.J. Kager (13-12-2013). Language-specific metrical segmentation in Dutch, Turkish, Polish and Hungarian. Boston, Massachusetts, United States, Phonology circle, MIT.
R.W.J. Kager (21-03-2013). Metrical segmentation in a cross-linguistic perspective. University of La Laguna, Tenerife, Spain, March, 11th International Symposium of Psycholinguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (24-06-2013). Metrical segmentation in a cross-linguistic perspective. Groningen, the Netherlands, LOT Summer school, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
R.W.J. Kager (08-03-2013). Metrical segmentation in a cross-linguistic perspective. Tokyo Conference in Psycholinguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (23-05-2013). Non-intervention constraints and the binary-to-ternary rhythmic continuum. Manchester Phonology Meeting 21.
R.W.J. Kager (24-10-2013). Perceptual Reorganization of Tone. University of Konstanz, colloquium.
R.W.J. Kager (09-11-2013). Processing to the beat, Metrical segmentation in Dutch, Turkish, Polish and Hungarian. UMass, Amherst, Massachusetts, United States, Phonology 2013.
R.W.J. Kager (25-07-2013). Segmentation to the beat, A cross-linguistic perspective. International Congress of Linguists – workshop Word stress: dialectal variation and perception.
R.W.J. Kager (20-03-2013). Solving the Actuation Problem. Copenhagen, ExApp 2013.
R.W.J. Kager (09-11-2013). Ternary stress in Parallel and Serial OT: Consequences for representations. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Phonology 2013.
R.W.J. Kager (22-11-2013). The results of a cross-linguistic metrical segmentation experiment and some thoughts on modeling. Lab meeting PEP, NYU.
R.W.J. Kager (28-05-2013). The use of stress in segmentation by adults. Evidence from Dutch, Turkish, Polish and Hungarian. Lab meeting Universitat Pompeu Fabra.
  2013 - Poster
Keij, B.M. & Kager, R.W.J. (2013). Early acquisition of word stress: a cross-linguistic infant study.
Keij, B.M. & Kager, R.W.J. (2013). Early acquisition of word-level accent: a cross-linguistic infant study.
Lentz, T.O., Dotlacil, J.D. & Kager, R.W.J. (09-09-2013). Models of infant behaviour during experiments: a perspective. Modelling Meets Infant Studies in Language Acquisition: A Dialogue on Current Challenges and Future Directions.
Keij, B.M. & Kager, R.W.J. (2013). Visual fixation as a measure of rhythmic preference: infant eye tracking.
  2012 - Artikelen
Kager, R.W.J. & Pater, J. (2012). Phonotactics as phonology: knowledge of a complex restriction in Dutch. Phonology, 29 (1), (pp. 81-111) (31 p.).
Kager, R.W.J. (2012). Stress in windows: Language typology and factorial typology. Lingua, 122, (pp. 1454-1493) (1493 p.).
  2012 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2012). Domain specificity of lexical tone perception in early infancy: lexical tones versus musical tones. Tonal Aspects of Language 2012
Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2012). Lexical tone perception in early infancy. Speech Prosody 2012 (pp. 230-233) (4 p.).
van Ommen, S. & Kager, R.W.J. (2012). Progressive Use of Metrical Cues: A Cross-linguistic Study. Proceedings of NLPCS 2012, June 28th – July 1st, Wroclaw, Poland
Zhang, J., Van de Velde, H. & Kager, R.W.J. (2012). The correlation of tonal variation in citation and sandhi forms: A Wuxi case. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Tonal Aspects of Language (pp. 56-57) (2 p.). Nanjing.
Chen, A. & Kager, R.W.J. (2012). Universals and Uniqueness in lexical tone perception. Proceedings of Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics 2011 (pp. 55-70) (16 p.).
  2012 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (30-11-2012). Baby feet: the acquisition of metrical structure by infants. UD Conference on Stress and Accent, University of Delaware.
R.W.J. Kager (02-11-2012). How does bilingualism alter infants’ tone perception during perceptual reorganization?. Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) 37.
R.W.J. Kager (01-12-2012). Metrical segmentation in a cross-linguistic perspective. University of Delaware Conference on Stress and Accent.
R.W.J. Kager (02-11-2012). Perceptual constraints on the early discrimination of lexical tones. Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) 37.
R.W.J. Kager (10-09-2012). Progressive use of metrical cues, a cross-linguistics study. Poznán Linguistic meeting.
R.W.J. Kager (18-06-2012). Progressive use of metrical cues, results of a non-word spotting task. Groningen, the Netherlands, TABU-day.
R.W.J. Kager (29-06-2012). Progressive use of metrical cues: a cross-linguistic study. 9th International Workshop on Natural Language Processing and Cognitive Science-NLPCS 2012.
R.W.J. Kager (07-12-2012). The weakly layered foot and metrical typology: window systems and rhythmic systems. University of Tromsø, Center for Advanced Study in Theoretical Linguistics (CASTL) Colloquium.
R.W.J. Kager (19-06-2012). Visual fixation as a measure of rhythmic preference: infant eye-tracking. TABU-dag 2012, University of Groningen.
R.W.J. Kager (22-06-2012). Visual fixation as a measure of rhythmic preference: infant eye-tracking. Language Acquisition Group, Radboud University Nijmegen.
  2012 - Poster
van Ommen, S. & Kager, R.W.J. (28-09-2012). Progressive use of metrical cues. Phonotactic grammar: theories and models.
van Ommen, S. & Kager, R.W.J. (06-06-2012). Progressive use of metrical cues. Psycholinguistics in Flanders.
van Ommen, S. & Kager, R.W.J. (18-09-2012). Progressive use of metrical cues. Cognitive modules and interfaces.
Keij, B.M. & Kager, R.W.J. (2012). Visual fixation as a measure of rhythmic preference: infant eye tracking.
  2011 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Liu, Linquan & Kager, R.W.J. (2011). BUCLD 35 Proceedings. Is Perceptual Reorganization Affected by Statistical Learning? Dutch Infants’ Sensitivity to Lexical Tones Cascadilla Press.
Kager, R.W.J. & Schliesser, J. (2011). Cumulative ill-formedness in embedded contexts. In W. Zonneveld, H. Quené & W. Heeren (Eds.), Sounds and Sounds: Studies presented to M.E.H. (Bert) Schouten on the occasion of his 65th birthday (pp. 117-128) (12 p.). Utrecht: LOT Publications.
Zhang, J., van de Velde, H. & Kager, R.W.J. (22-08-2011). Defining the domain of tone in Wu dialects. PLRT 2011 (pp. 106-109) (4 p.). Hong Kong, The Psycholinguistic realization of tone.
Liu, Linquan & Kager, R.W.J. (2011). How do statistical learning and perceptual reorganization alter Dutch infant’s perception to lexical tones?. In W.S. Lee & E. Zee (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences ICPhS XVII 2011 (pp. 1270-1273) (4 p.). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.
Chen, Ao & Kager, R.W.J. (2011). The perception of lexical tones and tone sandhi in L2: Success or failure?. In W.S. Lee & E. Zee (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences ICPhS XVII 2011 (pp. 444-447) (4 p.). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.
Zhang, J., van de Velde, H. & Kager, R.W.J. (2011). Tone variation in the Wuxi dialect. In W.S. Lee & E. Zee (Eds.), Proceedings of the 17th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences ICPhS XVII 2011 (pp. 2288-2291) (4 p.). Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong.
  2010 - Artikelen
Adriaans, F.W. & Kager, R.W.J. (2010). Adding generalization to statistical learning: The induction of phonotactics from continuous speech. Journal of Memory and Language, 62 (3), (pp. 311-331) (21 p.).
Kager, R.W.J. (2010). An optimality theory perspective on speech segmentation. Journal of the Phonetic Society of Japan, 14 (1), (pp. 14-34) (11 p.).
  2010 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (13-02-2010). A Lexicon-Free Approach to the Induction of OCP-Place. Edmonton Canada, Computational Modelling of Sound Pattern Acquisition.
R.W.J. Kager (06-02-2010). Gradient phonotactic constraints for speech segmentation in infants. Utrecht, TIN dag.
  2009 - Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Kager, R.W.J. (2009). Lexical irregularity and the typology of contrast. In K. Hanson & S. Inkelas (Eds.), The Nature of the Word: Studies in Honor of Paul Kiparsky (pp. 397-432) (36 p.). Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
Kager, R.W.J. (2009). Stress. In K. Versteegh & M. Eid (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Arabic Language and Linguistics, Volume 4 Leiden: J. Brill.
  2009 - Artikelen
Kager, R.W.J., Coetzee, A. & Pater, J. (2009). Introduction: phonological models and experimental data. Phonology, 26 (1), (pp. 1-8) (8 p.).
Kager, R.W.J. & Trapman, M. (2009). The acquisition of subset and superset phonotactic knowledge in a second language. Language Acquisition, 16 (3), (pp. 178-221) (44 p.).
Trapman, M.J.W. & Kager, R.W.J. (2009). The acquisition of subset and superset phootactic knowledge in a second language. Language Acquisition, 16 (3), (pp. 178) (221 p.).
  2009 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (04-03-2009). Abstract phonotactic constraints for speech segmentation: Evidence from human and computational learners. University of Osnabrück, 31. Jahrestagung der DGfS, AG 4: Learning meets acquisition: The learnability of linguistic frameworks from formal and cognitive perspectives.
R.W.J. Kager (02-07-2009). An OT perspective on speech segmentation. Amsterdam, Academy Colloquium “Language Acquisition and Optimality Theory”, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences.
R.W.J. Kager (26-08-2009). An OT perspective on speech segmentation. Experimental OT workshop, Phonetics and Phonology forum.
R.W.J. Kager (08-07-2009). Co-coördinator 7th International Symposium on Bilingualism. Congres.
R.W.J. Kager (15-11-2009). The Language Specificity of Similarity Avoidance Constraints: Evidence from Segmentation. Workshop on Phonological Similarity: Perceptual and Articulatory Bases and Links to Grammatical Mechanisms, North East Linguistic Society (NELS) 40.
R.W.J. Kager (15-11-2009). The Language Specificity of Similarity Avoidance Constraints: Evidence from Segmentation. MIT Boston, Phonological Similarity: Perceptual and Articulatory Bases and Links to Grammatical Mechanisms, NELS 40.
R.W.J. Kager (03-07-2009). The Obligatory Contour Principle in speech segmentation in pre-lexical infants. Amsterdam, Colloquium on Language Acquisition and Optimality Theory.
R.W.J. Kager (04-05-2009). The role of abstract phonotactic constraints in speech segmentation and their learnability. Radboud University, Nijmegen, CLS Colloquium - Series in Linguistics.
  2008 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Kager, R.W.J. (2008). Lexical irregularity and the typology of contrast. In K. Hanson & S. Inkelas (Eds.), The Nature of the Word: Studies in Honor of Paul Kiparsky (pp. 397-432) (36 p.). Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
  2008 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (27-06-2008). ESPP-workshop "The acquisition of artifical languages: models and human data". ESPP-workshop "The acquisition of artifical languages: models and human data".
R.W.J. Kager (24-01-2008). Experimental evidence for a rhyme-size restriction in Dutch. OCP 5, Fifth Old World Conference in Phonoloy (OCP 5).
R.W.J. Kager (01-11-2008). Gradient phonotactic constraints for speech segmentation in a second language. Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD) 33.
R.W.J. Kager (30-06-2008). Identity avoidance between non-adjacent consonants in artificial language segmentation. LabPhon 11, Laboratory Phonology 11 Conference (LabPhon 11).
R.W.J. Kager (10-04-2008). Inducing abstract phonotactic constraints from connected speech. Workshop discovering and representing Phonological Patterns.
R.W.J. Kager (14-03-2008). Phonotactic constraints in speech segmentation. Workshop Brain, Cognition & Behaviour.
R.W.J. Kager (27-06-2008). The acquisition of artificial languages: models and human data. 18th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Philosophy and Psychology.
R.W.J. Kager (23-05-2008). The Obligatory Contour Principle in artificial language segmentation. 16th Manchester Phonology Meeting.
R.W.J. Kager (02-02-2008). The role of abstract phonotactic constraints in artificial language segmentation. Utrecht, Taalkunde-in-Nederland (TIN-dag) 2008.
  2007 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Kager, R.W.J. (2007). A role for phonotactic constraints in speech perception. In J. Trouvain & W.J. Barry (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (pp. 1409-1412) (4 p.). Dudweiler: Pirrot.
Kager, R.W.J. (2007). Feet and metrical stress. In P. de Lacy (Eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Phonology (pp. 195-227) (33 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Kager, R.W.J. (2007). Phonological constraints in speech processing. In B. Los & M. van Koppen (Eds.), Linguistics in the Netherlands 2007 (pp. 100-111) (12 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Kager, R.W.J. (2007). Representations of [voice]: Evidence from acquisition. In J.M. van de Weijer & E.J. van der Torre (Eds.), Voicing in Dutch (pp. 41-80) (40 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  2007 - Inaugurele rede
Kager, R.W.J. (16-02-2007). Zoeken naar woorden. (18 p.). Utrecht: Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen, Universiteit Utrecht, beoordelingssysteem??.
  2007 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (13-03-2007). A long constraint: A pilot study. Workshop on the Acquisition of Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (08-08-2007). A role for phonotactic constraints in speech perception. 16th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences.
R.W.J. Kager (01-11-2007). Co-coördinator. International Symposium on Bilingualism 7.
R.W.J. Kager (19-10-2007). Evidence for phonological constraints in speech processing: Three experiments. Mini-workshop, International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste.
R.W.J. Kager (01-01-2007). Inducing abstract phonotactic constraints from continuous speech. Amsterdam, Colloquium, Meertens Instituut.
R.W.J. Kager (01-01-2007). Phonological constraints in speech processing. Ann Arbor, Michigan, Experimental Approaches to Optimality Theory (EXPOT).
R.W.J. Kager (03-02-2007). Phonological constraints in speech processing. Utrecht, Taalkunde-in-Nederland (TIN-dag) 2007.
R.W.J. Kager (27-03-2007). Phonological constraints in speech processing. Amherst, Linguistics Colloquium, University of Massachusetts.
R.W.J. Kager (23-03-2007). Phonological constraints in speech processing. New Brunswick, Linguistics Colloquium, Rutgers University.
R.W.J. Kager (29-03-2007). Phonological constraints in speech processing. Phonology Seminar.
R.W.J. Kager (22-03-2007). Representations of [voice]: Evidence from Acquisition. Philadelphia, Linguistics Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania.
R.W.J. Kager (28-03-2007). Representations of [voice]: Evidence from Acquisition. Stonybrook, Linguistics Colloquium.
R.W.J. Kager (26-03-2007). Representations of [voice]: Evidence from Acquisition. New Haven, Linguistics Colloquium.
R.W.J. Kager (19-10-2007). The role of phonotactic constraints in the segmentation of artificial languages. Mini-workshop, International School for Advanced Studies, Trieste.
  2006 - Artikelen
van Eijl, P., van den Berg, I., Wils, S., Kager, R.W.J., Supheert, R.G.J.L. & Admiraal, W. (2006). Peer feedback met RITE, 'live' én elektronisch ondersteund. Tijdschrift voor Hoger Onderwijs, 24 (3), (pp. 116-127) (12 p.).
  2006 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (24-10-2006). Phonological Constraints in Speech Processing. Utrecht, Sound Circle.
  2006 - Poster
Brasileiro, I., Kager, R.W.J. & Escudero, P.R. (04-05-2006). Language Mode and speech perception in bilingual children. Language Acquisition and Bilingualism.
  2005 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Kager, R.W.J. (24-06-2005). Rhythmic licensing: An extended typology. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Phonology (pp. 5-31) (27 p.). Seoul: The Phonology-Morphology Circle of Korea, Editors niet bekend en niet te achterhalen.
  2005 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (01-01-2005). Co-projectleider. The Development of Phonological Representations for Perception and Production.
R.W.J. Kager (01-01-2005). Projectleider. Phonotactic Constraints for Speech Segmentation: The Case of Second Language Acquisition.
R.W.J. Kager (24-06-2005). Rhythmic Licensing Theory: An extended typology. Third Korean International Conference on Phonology.
  2004 - Boekredactie
Kager, R.W.J., Pater, J. & Zonneveld, W. (2004). Constraints in Phonological Acquisition. (417 p.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, Ook opgevoerd onder boeken. Daar weghalen.
Zonneveld, W., Kager, R.W.J. & Nespor, M. (2004). Typology in Phonology. (338 p.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, Uitgekomen 2003.
  2004 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Kager, R.W.J. (2004). Introduction: constraints in phonological acquisition. In R. Kager & J. Pater (Eds.), Constraints in Phonological Acquisition (pp. 1-53) (53 p.). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  2004 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (03-09-2004). Consequences of voicing acquisition for the representation of laryngeal features. Hiroshima Jogakuin University, Phonology Forum.
R.W.J. Kager (27-05-2004). Rhythm, locality and non-gradient alignment. NAPhC3, Third North American Phonology Conference (NAPhC3).
R.W.J. Kager (02-09-2004). The factorial typology of rhythmic licensing constraints. Hiroshima Jogakuin University, Phonology Forum.
  2003 - Boeken
Supheert, R.G.J.L., Kager, R.W.J., Bruins, W., van Eijl, P., Admiraal, W. & Wils, S. (2003). Een model van peer feedback en 'blended learning' voor schrijfonderwijs bij Engels: effectief maar ook voldoende?. (22 p.). Utrecht: IVLOS, Universiteit Utrecht.
  2003 - Boekredactie
Kager, R.W.J., Nespor, M. & Zonneveld, W. (2003). Typology in Phonology. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, Themanummer van The Linguistic Review, Volume 20, Issue 2-4.
  2003 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Kager, R.W.J. (2003). Intuïtieve syllabificatie bij kinderen: een optimaliteitsmodel. In G. de Schutter & S. Gillis (Eds.), Fonologische Kruispunten (pp. 135-163) (39 p.). Gent: Koninklijke Academie voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde.
Supheert, R.G.J.L., Kager, R.W.J., van Wilgenburg, O., Wils, S. & van Eijl, P.J. (2003). Systematische feedback op essayschrijven: een experiment. In H. Oost & S. Wild (Eds.), Kennis ontwikkelen, congresboek 22e landelijke dag studievaardigheden (pp. 227-265) (29 p.). Utrecht: IVLOS, Universiteit Utrecht, LDS 2003.
Kager, R.W.J. & Elenbaas, N. (2003). Ternary rhythm and the lapse constraint. In J. McCarthy (Eds.), Optimality Theory in Phonology: A Reader Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  2003 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (10-01-2003). Consequences of voicing acquisition for the representation of laryngeal features. OCP, Old World Conference in Phonology (OCP).
R.W.J. Kager (24-06-2003). Consequences of voicing acquisition for the representation of laryngeal features. Workshop "Voicing in Dutch".
R.W.J. Kager (04-09-2003). Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition. Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition.
R.W.J. Kager (01-07-2003). Laryngeal Representations are not Equal: Cross- linguistic evidence from acquisition. Child Phonology Conference.
R.W.J. Kager (12-05-2003). Representation and Acquisition of [voice] : Evidence from acquisition. International Acquisition of Phonology Workshop.
R.W.J. Kager (27-02-2003). Representation and Acquisition of [voice] in Dutch, English and German. DGFS Meeting.
  2002 - Artikelen in bundels / proceedings
Cohan, J.B., Quené, H., Kager, R.W.J. & Nooteboom, S.G. (2002). Heavy constituent extraposition: evidence for parallel processing. In M. Hirotani (Eds.), Proceedings of NELS Amherst, Mass., USA: GLSA.
  2002 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (12-04-2002). -. GLOW Phonology Workshop 2002 / Fifth Biannual Utrecht Phonology Workshop.
R.W.J. Kager (08-02-2002). Optimality Theory and Phonological Acquisition. Cursus voor promovendi.
  2001 - Boeken
Kager, R.W.J. (2001). Optimality Theory. Chinese Edition. (452 p.). Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press.
  2001 - Boekredactie
Gussenhoven, C. & Kager, R.W.J. (2001). Phonetics in Phonology. Special issue of Phonology (18.1). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, redactie van speciale aflevering van het tijdschrift Phonology.
  2001 - Artikelen
Gussenhoven, C. & Kager, R.W.J. (2001). Introduction: phonetics in phonology. Phonology, 18 (1), (pp. 1-6) (6 p.).
  2001 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (10-03-2001). Base dependence and blocking in Dutch prefixation. Conference on Paradigm Uniformity.
R.W.J. Kager (05-07-2001). Coördinator of Prosody in Processing. Prosody in Processing.
R.W.J. Kager (14-12-2001). De verwerving van morfo-fonologische representaties. Utrecht University, Morfologiedagen 2001.
R.W.J. Kager (19-10-2001). Heavy constituent extraposition: experimental evidence for parallel processing. CUNY Graduate Center, North East Linguistic Society 32.
R.W.J. Kager (22-08-2001). Multiple Bases and Verbal Prefixation in Dutch. International Conference on the Lexicon in Linguistic Theory.
R.W.J. Kager (11-01-2001). Rhythmic directionality by positional licensing. HILP 5, Fifth HIL Phonology Conference (HILP 5).
  2000 - Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Kager, R.W.J. (2000). Stem stress and peak correspondence in Dutch. In J. Dekkers, F. van der Leeuw & J. van de Weijer (Eds.), Optimality Theory: Phonology, Syntax, and Acquisition (pp. 121-150) (30 p.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2000 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (23-05-2000). De woordprosodie van het Nederlands: regels of constraints?. Universiteit van Antwerpen, symposium De Fonologie van het Nederlands.
R.W.J. Kager (18-10-2000). Rhythmic directionality by positional licensing. Universiteit Leiden, Holland Institute of Generative Linguistics colloquium.
R.W.J. Kager (13-12-2000). Rhythmic directionality by positional licensing. International Conference on Stress and Rhythm, Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages.
R.W.J. Kager (28-10-2000). Tesktschrijven als beroep. Utrecht, Lezing voor TekstNet - vakorganisatie.
R.W.J. Kager (22-06-2000). Typology in Phonology. Typology in Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (18-05-2000). Woordklemtoon: een vergelijking tussen parameters en optimaliteit. Leuven, Belgie, colloquium KU Leuven.
  1999 - Boeken
Kager, R.W.J. (1999). Optimality Theory. (452 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  1999 - Boekredactie
Kager, R.W.J. & van Bezooijen, R. (1999). Linguistics in the Netherlands 1999. (231 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Kager, R.W.J. & Zonneveld, W. (1999). Phrasal Phonology. (200 p.). Nijmegen: Nijmegen University Press.
Kager, R.W.J., van der Hulst, H. & Zonneveld, W. (1999). The Prosody-Morphology Interface. (442 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  1999 - Boekdelen / hoofdstukken
Kager, R.W.J. & Zonneveld, W. (1999). Introduction. In R.W.J. Kager & W. Zonneveld (Eds.), Phrasal Phonology (pp. 1-43) (43 p.). Nijmegen: Nijmegen University Press.
Kager, R.W.J. & Zonneveld, W. (1999). Introduction. In R.W.J. Kager, H. van der Hulst & W. Zonneveld (Eds.), The Prosody-Morphology Interface (pp. 1-38) (38 p.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Kager, R.W.J. (1999). Surface opacity of metrical structure in optimality theory. In B. Hermans & M. van Oostendorp (Eds.), The Derivational Residue in Phonological Optimality Theory (Linguistics Today, 28) (pp. 207-245) (39 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  1999 - Artikelen
Kager, R.W.J. & Elenbaas, N. (1999). Ternary rhythm and the lapse constraint. Phonology, 16 (1), (pp. 1-57) (57 p.).
  1999 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (17-12-1999). Lexical allomorphy and optimization. Workshop on Conflicting Rules in Phonology and Syntax, Universität Potsdam.
R.W.J. Kager (02-12-1999). Lexical representations in OT: constraining allomorphy. Colchester, Department of Linguistics colloquium, University of Essex.
R.W.J. Kager (24-10-1999). Ternary alternations and lexical allomorphy. Northeast Linguistics Society (NELS) Conference 30, Rutgers University.
R.W.J. Kager (21-10-1999). Word stress: a comparison of parameters and ranking. New York, Department of Linguistics colloquium, Graduate Center, City University of New York.
R.W.J. Kager (08-04-1999). Word stress: a comparison of parameters and ranking. Spring Meeting of the Linguistics Association of Great Britain (LAGB), University of Manchester.
  1998 - Boekredactie
Kager, R.W.J. & van Bezooijen, R. (1998). Linguistics in the Netherlands 1998. (212 p.). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  1998 - Voordrachten / lezingen
Zonneveld, W. & Kager, R.W.J. (11-06-1998). Organisatie "Typology and Acquisition in Phonology (Third Utrecht Biannual Phonology Workshop)", Universiteit Utrecht, 11-12 juni 1998.
  0 - Voordrachten / lezingen
R.W.J. Kager (0). In functie bij: Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics (tijdschrift). tijdschrift, In functie bij: Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics (tijdschrift).
R.W.J. Kager (0). In functie als: associate editor. In functie als: associate editor.
R.W.J. Kager (0). In functie als: member of editorial board. In functie als: member of editorial board.
R.W.J. Kager (0). The Development of Phonological Representations for Perception and Production. The Development of Phonological Representations for Perception and Production.
  0 - Editorial activity
R.W.J. Kager (0). Associate Editor. Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Associate Editor. Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Journal of comparative Germanic linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Member of Advisory Board. Language: Phonological Analysis.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Member of the advisory board. Language: Phonological Analysis.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural Language & Linguistic Theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Natural language and linguistic theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Phonology.
R.W.J. Kager (0). The Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics.
  0 - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups
R.W.J. Kager (0). associate editor.
R.W.J. Kager (0). bestuurslid.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Bestuurslid van de Algemene Vereniging voor Taalwetenschap (AVT).
R.W.J. Kager (0). Board of Consultants.
R.W.J. Kager (0). External examiner dissertatie: "Syllabification and Metrification in Urban Hijazi Arabic: between rules and constraints", Faisal Al-Mohanna Abaalkhail, University of Essex. 13 juli 1998.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Lid editorial board, The Journal of Comparative German Linguistics.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Lid editorial board, tijdschrift Natural Language & Linguistics Theory.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Lid selectiecommissie Vernieuwingsimpuls VICI Geesteswetenschappen, NWO.
R.W.J. Kager (0). member of the editorial board.
R.W.J. Kager (0). member of the editorial board.
R.W.J. Kager (0). projectleider.
R.W.J. Kager (0). Selectiecommissie NWO vrije competitie, voorjaar 2009.
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Project:
Parsing and Metrical Structure: Where phonology meets processing
01-10-2010 tot
Algemene projectbeschrijving 

Speakers/listeners have (unconscious) knowledge about sound regularities of their native language, which includes metrical structure: where do stressed syllables occur in words? In many languages, stress falls near the edges of words: on the initial, final, or prefinal syllable. It has been hypothesized that this "delimitative" property of word stress assists listeners when they parse speech into words. In an initial stress language, for example, every stressed syllable can be safely taken to mark the beginning of a new word. Experimental evidence for the "Metrical Segmentation Hypothesis" comes mainly from initial stress languages; metrical segmentation in noninitial stress languages has hardly been investigated. Hence, it is largely unknown how language-specific metrical knowledge is that listeners use when parsing speech: do listeners of non-initial stress languages use different cues that specifically fit the metrical structure of their native language? This project has the goal of answering this question by adopting a cross-linguistic perspective: it investigates a much wider sample of languages than has been studied thus far. Moreover, it adds an acquisition perspective on parsing, investigating origins of languagespecific metrical structure in first and second language acquisition. Combining a cross-linguistic approach with acquisition increases chances of learning how fundamental properties of human language are rooted in language processing.

Rol: Onderzoeksleider Financiering
1e geldstroom: NWO Vrije Competitie
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Project:
China Exchange Program: The Early Acquisition of Speech Prosody: A comparative study of Dutch and Chinese. 01-01-2011 tot 31-12-2014
Algemene projectbeschrijving

The project aims to faciliate collaboration between Chinese Academy of Social Science (CASS) and Utrecht Institute of Linguistics (Uil OTS). CASS and Uil OTS have worked and are still working together on topics such as lexical tone perception by native versus non-native infants/adults, acquisition of lexical tones, cross-linguistic perception and acquisition of stress, etc. The main focus is how prosody perception develops in infancy. 

 
Rol: Uitvoerder Financiering
1e geldstroom: The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
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Project:
Phonotactic Constraints for Speech Segmentation: The Case of Second Language Acquisition 01-09-2005 tot 31-08-2010
Algemene projectbeschrijving

How do we recognize words in speech? How do we store words and represent their sound shapes in the mental lexicon? How do we cope with conflicting information from two languages, native and non-native?
These are important questions about the human language faculty, which essentially remain unanswered, in spite of many recent discoveries. This programme aims at clarifying how speakers use their knowledge of sound structure (‘phonotactics’) for the purpose of segmentation of connected speech and vocabulary acquisition. We crucially involve second language acquisition, because there the language faculty is challenged by often conflicting knowledge from two languages, native and target. It is known that native language phonotactic knowledge affects speech processing and long-term storage of words in the target language. It is also known that bilinguals use phonotactic knowledge of both languages in word recognition. However, no earlier research has characterized the phonotactic knowledge underlying a second language learner’s growing ability to store words and process speech, and its acquisition.
The hypothesis is that phonotactic knowledge which supports speech processing and word learning is represented outside the mental lexicon, by a set of hierarchically ranked constraints. Second language learners start from a copy of their native language constraint set, and acquire target language phonotactic knowledge by adding and re-ranking constraints, using generalized shapes of words in their developing vocabularies and feedback from successful segmentation of continuous speech. The programme features four innovative aspects. First, it models the unconscious phonotactic knowledge underlying speech segmentation by hierarchically ranked constraints. Second, it features a constraint-based model of phonotactic learning, to be developed by testing it against natural language and artificial language learning by humans and machines. Third, it monitors the second language development of phonotactic knowledge from its initial state until its final state (a bilingual state). Finally, it bridges insights and combines methods from three disciplines: psycholinguistics, language acquisition, and learnability theory.

 
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2e geldstroom - overig
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Project:
The Devopment of Phonological Representations for Perception and Production: The Phonology-Morphology interface. 01-01-2001 tot 31-12-2005
Algemene projectbeschrijving
 
Rol: Onderzoeksleider Financiering
2e geldstroom - overig
Projectleden
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