PhDs supervised

2022 Andrew Lamont “Directional Harmonic Serialism”

2022 Max Nelson “Phonotactic learning with distributional representations”

2021 Brandon Prickett (co-supervised with Gaja Jarosz) Learning Phonology With Sequence-To-Sequence Neural Networks

2020 Coral Hughto (co-supervised with Gaja Jarosz) Emergent Typological Effects of Agent-Based Learning Models in Maximum Entropy Grammar.

2018 Ayoub Noamane (co-directed with Karim Bensoukas) Patterns of Gemination in Moroccan Arabic: Issues in Phonology and Morphology. Mohammed V University in Rabat.

2016 Aleksei Nazarov (co-supervised with Gaja Jarosz) Extending Hidden Structure Learning: Features, Opacity, and Exceptions

2015 Claire Moore-Cantwell (co-supervised with Lyn Frazier) The Representation of Probabilistic Phonological Patterns: Neurological, Behavioral, and Computational Evidence from the English Stress System

2105 Presley Pizzo Investigating Properties of Phonotactic Knowledge Through Web-Based Experimentation

2015 Brian Smith. Phonologically Conditioned Allomorphy and UR Constraints.

2014 Robert Staubs. Computational Modeling of Learning Biases in Stress Typology.

2012 Kathryn Pruitt (co-supervised with John McCarthy). Stress in Harmonic Serialism .

2011 Karen Jesney. Cumulative constraint interaction in phonological acquisition and typology.

2006 Anne-Michelle Tessier. Biases and stages in phonological acquisition

2006 Della Chambless. Asymmetries in the acquisition of consonant clusters

2006 Angela Carpenter. Acquisition of a natural versus an unnatural stress system