Downloadable papers

Szabó IE. Under review. A computational model of phonotactic acquisition: Predictability of exceptional patterns in Hungarian. Proceedings of the OCP 13, Budapest, Hungary.

Szabó IE. 2018. Cue Restructuring in English u-fronting: The Role of Phonetics and Phonology in Inducing Featural Representations. In Gallagher, Gillian, Gouskova, Maria, and Sora Yin (eds.), Supplemental Proceedings of the 2017 Annual Meeting on Phonology. Washington, DC: Linguistic Society of America.

Szabó IE. 2016. Low Vowel “Lengthening” in Hungarian. Linguistica Vol 56, No 1: Current Trends in Generative LinguisticsProceedings of SinFonIJA 8, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia.

Szabó IE. 2015. Phonotactics of word-final vowels: Predictability of exceptional patterns in Hungarian MA thesis submitted at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.

Szabó IE. 2015. Is there synchronic Compensatory Lengthening in English? [In Hungarian], Proceedings of LingDokKonf 17, University of Szeged, Doctoral School of Linguistics, Szeged, Hungary.

Volumes edited

Kucsera M, Őri P, Szabó IE, Szalay T and Tatár Cs. 2014. The ODD Yearbook 9, Eötvös Loránd University, School of English and American Studies, Department of English Linguistics, Budapest, Hungary.

Presentation material

Szabó IE. 2018. Gradient interaction of nasality and rounding: A corpus study of Hungarian. Poster presented at the 26th Manchester Phonology Meeting, 2018, University of Manchester.

Szabó IE. 2017. The role of phonetic and phonological information in featural representation: Cue restructuring in English u-fronting. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting on Phonology 2017, NYU.