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publications, theses, QPs
2016 Daniel Szeredi. Exceptionality in vowel harmony. Doctoral dissertation, New York University.
Daphna Harel, Elaine Russo Hitchcock, Daniel Szeredi, JosŠé Ortiz and Tara McAllister Byun. Finding the experts in the crowd: Validity and reliability of crowdsourced measures of children’s gradient speech contrasts. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics.
Tara McAllister Byun, Michelle T. Schwartz, Peter F. Halpin, Daniel Szeredi and Edwin Maas. Direction of attentional focus in biofeedback treatment for /r/ misarticulation. International Journal of Language & Communcation Disorders, 51(4), pp. 384–401
2015 Tara McAllister Byun, Peter F. Halpin and Daniel Szeredi. Online crowdsourcing for efficient rating of speech: A validation study. Journal of Communication Disorders, 53, pp. 70-83.
2013 Daniel Szeredi. Phonological status of near-merged categories. Ms., Qualifying Paper, New York University.
Sylvia Blaho and Daniel Szeredi. Hungarian neutral vowels: a microcomparison. Nordlyd, 40 (1), pp. 20-40.
2012 Daniel Szeredi. Acceptability of harmonic mismatch for neutral vowel stems in Hungarian. Ms., Qualifying Paper, New York University.
Daniel Szeredi. Loss of Agreement between Hungarian Relative Pronouns and their Antecedents. In: Prichard, Hillary (ed.), University of Pennsylvania Working Papers in Linguistics 18.2: Selected papers from NWAV 40, 147-155.
2011 Sylvia Blaho and Daniel Szeredi. (The non-existence of) secondary stress in Hungarian In: Laczkó, Tibor and Catherine O. Ringen (eds.), Approaches to Hungarian: Volume 12: Papers from the 2009 Debrecen Conference, pp. 39–64. John Benjamins.
Sylvia Blaho and Daniel Szeredi. Secondary Stress in Hungarian: (Morpho)-Syntactic, not Metrical In: Mary B. Washburn et al. (eds.) Proceedings of the 28th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Cascadilla Press, pp. 51-59.
2010 Daniel Szeredi. Vowel centralization and vowel harmony in Hungarian. In: Marton Soskuthy (ed.), Odd Yearbook, vol. 8., ELTE SEAS Undergraduate Papers in Linguistics, pp. 111-137
2009 Daniel Szeredi. Functional phonological analysis of the Hungarian vowel system. Masters thesis, Eötvös Loránd University, Theoretical Linguistics.
2008 Daniel Szeredi. Vonatkozó névmások használata beszélt nyelvi korpusz alapján [Usage of relative pronouns based on a spoken language corpus]. Masters thesis, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungarian Language and Literature.
2007 Károly Varasdi, Zsófia Gyarmathy, András Simonyi and Daniel Szeredi. Outlines of a model of general ontology. Acta Cybernetica 18/2.