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International

  • Deryle Lonsdale and Carl Christensen (2011). Automating the scoring of sentence repetition tests. ACL/ICML/ISCA Joint Symposium on Machine Learning and Spoken Language Processing. Bellevue, WA, June.
  • Kevin Cook, Deryle Lonsdale and Jeremiah McGhee (2011). Elicited Imitation for Prediction of OPI Test Scores; The 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (ACL/HLT) Conference's 6th Workshop on Innovative Use of NLP for Building Educational Applications (BEA); Portland, OR, June.
  • Deryle Lonsdale, Nathan Glenn, Jerry McGhee, Ben Millard, Dan Allongo, Matt LeGare (2011). NLP and Elicited Imitation in the Assessment of Learner Oral Proficiency; CALICO 2011 Conference Workshop on Automatic Analysis of Learner Language III (AALL III), University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada; May.
  • Hitokazu Matsushita, Deryle Lonsdale, and Dan Dewey, D. (2010). Japanese Elicited Imitation: ASR-based Oral Proficiency Test and Optimal Item Creation. 6th International Conference for Analysis, Learning, and Teaching of Languages: Application of Corpus and ICT for Language Studies and Teaching (ICTATLL); Kyoto, Japan; September 2010.
  • Hitokazu Matsushita and Matthew LeGare (2010). Elicited imitation as a measure of Japanese L2 proficiency. Paper presented in Association of Teachers of Japanese (ATJ). Philadelphia, PA
  • Hitokazu Matsushita and Dan Dewey (2010). Effects of Utterance Speed, Timing Control, and Repeated Exposure on Elicited Imitation Performance in Japanese as a Second Language. Language Teaching Research Colloquium, Cambridge, UK; April 2010.
  • Shinsuke Tsuchiya (2010). Japanese Language Learners' Interlanguage: Differences between Untutored and Tutored Learners and Language Development Processes of Tutored Classroom Learners. 10th Annual Conference of the Japan Second Language Association (J-SLA); Gifu, Japan; June 2010.
  • Carl Christensen, Ross Hendrickson, and Deryle Lonsdale (2010). Principled Construction of Elicited Imitation Tests; 7th Conference on International Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC '10); Valetta, Malta; May 2010.
  • (accepted) Jeremiah McGhee, Dan Dewey, Ray Graham, Malena Weitze, and Deryle Lonsdale (2010). Effects of Multiple Exposure on Elicited Imitation Test Administration; American Association for Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, GA.
  • Malena Weitze and Deryle Lonsdale (2009). The Effect of Syntax on English Language Learning; Linguistics Association of Canada and the U.S. (LACUS 2009); Pitzer College, Claremont, CA., July 2009.
  • C. Ray Graham, Deryle Lonsdale, Casey Kennington, Aaron Johnson, and Jeremiah McGhee (2008). Elicited Imitation as an Oral Proficiency Measure with ASR Scoring; Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC 2008), Palais des Congrès, Marrakech, Morocco; May 2008.
  • Jeremiah McGhee and Deryle Lonsdale (2007). Learning to Recognize Vervet Monkey Calls; Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States (LACUS)2007; Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY; July 2007.
  • Deryle Lonsdale (2007). Stylized Animal Speech from Ancient and Modern Settings; LACUS 2007; Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond, KY; July 2007.
  • D. Paul Benjamin, Deryle Lonsdale, and Damian Lyons (2007). A Cognitive Robotics Approach to Comprehending Human Language and Behaviors. 2nd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, Arlington, VA. March, 2007.
  • The Use of Speech Technologies in Developing Communicative Learning Activities, 15th International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching; Taipei, Taiwan. November, 2006. [authors: Deryle Lonsdale, C. Ray Graham and Jeremiah McGhee]
  • D. Paul Benjamin, Deryle Lonsdale & Damian Lyons (2006). Embodying a Cognitive Model in a Mobile Robot; International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE) Conference on Intelligent Robots and Computer Vision XXIV: Algorithms, Techniques, and Active Vision Session on Visualization, Modeling, and Human Interaction in Intelligent Robots, Boston, MA. October, 2006. [invited paper]
  • Deryle Lonsdale and Rebecca Madsen (2007). Unifying language modeling capabilities for flexible interaction; Workshop Dialogue on Dialogue, International Conference on Spoken Language Processing; Pittsburgh, PA. September 2006.
  • Interactive task-based CALL; Foreign Language Education And Technology Conference (FLEAT-5), Brigham Young University, UT, August 2005 [authors: Deryle Lonsdale, Ray Graham and the BYU PSST Research Group]
  • Deryle Lonsdale (2005). Results in modeling SI from a cognitive perspective. Journée d'étude: Aspects cognitifs de l'interprétation simultanée (Workshop on Cognitive Aspects of Simultaneous Interpreting); Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, Toulouse, France, May 2005.
  • The effects of average F0 and variance of F0 on male vocal attractiveness to females. First International Pacific Voice & Speech Foundation / PIXAR Animation Studios Conference on Voice Quality; Emeryville, CA, March 2005. [authors: Deryle Lonsdale, David Riding and Bruce Brown]
  • D. Paul Benjamin, Damian Lyons, and Deryle Lonsdale (2004). ADAPT: A Cognitive Architecture for Robotics. International Conference on Conceptual Modeling, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, July 2004.
  • D. Paul Benjamin, Damian Lyons, and Deryle Lonsdale (2004). Integrating Perception, Language and Problem Solving in a Cognitive Agent for a Mobile Robot. International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems (AAMAS), Columbia University, New York City, NY, July 2004.
  • Deryle Lonsdale and Diane Strong-Krause (2003). Automated Rating of ESL Essays, Workshop on Building Educational Applications with Natural Language Processing, Joint Conference on Human Language Technologies / North American Association for Computational Linguistics, Edmonton, Canada. May 2003.
  • Interactive technologies and speech-based language learning, WorldCALL, Banff, Canada, May 2003. [authors: Deryle Lonsdale, Clint Tustison, Ray Graham]
  • "Interactive Language Learning in a Speech Environment"; May 7-11, 2001: Mike Emonts and Michael Rushforth, International Conference on Acoustics and Speech Signal Processing, Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Automated Rating of ESL Essays; TESOL 2002; Salt Lake City, UT; April 2002. [authors: Deryle Lonsdale and Diane Strong-Krause]
  • Deryle Lonsdale (1998). An Architecture for Modeling Language Use; International Congress on Trends in Second Language Teaching and Learning; Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada; May 1998.
  • Deryle Lonsdale (1997). A Cognitive Account of Simultaneous Interpretation; International Workshop on Interpretation Research; Ascona, Switzerland; January 1997. (invited presentation)

National

  • Hitokazu Matsushita (2011). The development of effective language models for an EI-based L2 speaking test: Capturing Japanese interlanguage phenomena with ASR technology, American Association for Applied Linguistics 2011 Conference; Chicago, IL; March 26-29, 2011.
  • Hitokazu Matsushita (2010). Computerized Oral Testing: Optimal Models for Elicited Imitation in Japanese. Northwest Linguistics Conference, Simon Fraser University, BC, Canada; May 2010.
  • (accepted) Malena Weitze, Jeremiah McGhee, and C. Ray Graham (2009). Variability in L2 Acquisition Across L1 Language Families; Second Language Research Forum 2009, Michigan State University, Kalamazoo, MI.
  • Deryle Lonsdale, Dan P. Dewey, Jeremiah McGhee, Aaron Johnson, and Ross Hendrickson (2009). Methods of Scoring Elicited Imitation Items: an Empirical Study; American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL 2009); Denver, CO; March 2009. pdf
  • Deryle Lonsdale and Ross Hendrickson (2009). The use of NLP technologies to engineer oral proficiency test items. Pre-CALICO Workshop on Automatic Analysis of Learner Language. Presentation. pdf
  • Deryle Lonsdale, Jeremiah McGhee, Aaron Johnson, Ross Hendrickson, Meghan Eckerson, Malena Weitze, Ben Millard, Ray Graham, and Dan Dewey (2009). Improving Automated Oral Testing: Identifying Features and Enhancing Speech Recognition; CALICO Pre-Conference Workshop on Automatic Analysis of Learner Language (AALL '09); Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ; March 2009. pdf
  • Ray Graham, Ben Millard and Jeremiah McGhee (2008). The Role of Lexical Choice in Elicited Imitation. Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), University of Hawai’i, Manoa, HI., October 2008.
  • Ross Hendrickson, Meghan Eckerson, Aaron Johnson and Jeremiah McGhee (2008). What makes test items difficult? - A syntactic, lexical, and morphological study of Elicited Imitation test items. Second Language Research Forum (SLRF), University of Hawai’i, Manoa, HI., October 2008. pdf
  • Deryle Lonsdale (2008). Forced Alignment for a Morphologically Rich Endangered Language; Conference on Endangered Languages and Cultures of Native America (CELCNA 2008); University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, March 2008.
  • Deryle Lonsdale, C. Ray Graham, Casey Kennington, Aaron Johnson and Jeremiah McGhee (2008). Scoring an Oral Language Test using Automatic Speech Recognition. Workshop on Automatic Analysis of Learner Language, CALICO with IALLT Pre-Conference Workshop on Automatic Analysis of Learner Language (AALL ’08), San Francisco, CA., March 2008. pdf
  • Automated Scoring of ESL Essays using Linguistic Maturity Variables; CALICO conference 2007; Texas State University, San Marcos, TX. May 2007. [authors: Deryle Lonsdale and Ron Millett]
  • Dialectal effects in the pronunciation of Farsi given names. American Name Society, Linguistic Society of America, Anaheim, CA, January 2007. [authors: Deryle Lonsdale, Bruce Brown, Hooshang Farahnakian, Mary Farahnakian, David Gardner, Matthew Spackman]
  • Developing a Cognitive Architecture to be Embedded in the Physical World. SISO Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS); Baltimore, MD. May 2006. [co-authors: D. Paul Benjamin and Damian Lyons]
  • Update on Soar-based language processing. Twenty-sixth Soar Conference; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; May 2006.
  • Progress on NL-Soar, and Introducing XNL-Soar; Twenty-fifth Soar Conference; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; June 2005. [authors: Deryle Lonsdale, Jamison Cooper-Leavitt and Warren Casbeer]
  • Paul Benjamin, Deryle Lonsdale and Damian Lyons (2004). Designing a Robot Cognitive Architecture with Concurrency and Active Perception; Fall Symposium: The Intersection of Cognitive Science and Robotics: From interfaces to intelligence; American Association for Artificial Intelligence; Washington, DC, October 2004.
  • Deryle Lonsdale (2004). Ongoing work on Soar linguistic applications; Twenty-fourth Soar Conference; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; June 2004.
  • NL-Soar Tutorial: Twenty-third Soar Conference; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; June 2003. [co-author: Michael Manookin]
  • NL-Soar Update; Twenty-third Soar Conference; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; June 2003.
  • Michael Emonts and Deryle Lonsdale (2003). Memory-based recognition of Cantonese syllables, North American Conference on Chinese Linguistics, East Lansing, MI. July 2003.
  • NL-Soar and LG-Soar: ongoing work; The Twenty-second Soar Conference; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI; June 2002.
  • Deryle Lonsdale (1998). Modeling the SI Task; The Eighteenth Soar Conference; Vienna, VA; June 1998.
  • Deryle Lonsdale (1996). Cognitive Modelling of Simultaneous Interpretation; Colloque étudiant de linguistique informatique de Montréal; Université de Montréal, Montréal, QUE; June 1996.
  • Deryle Lonsdale (1996). Modelling Cognition in Simultaneous Interpretation; Conference of the Canadian Association for Applied Linguistics (CAAL/ACLA); University of Western Ontario, London, ONT; May 1996.

Local/regional

  • The BYU PSST Research Group (2009). Improving automated oral testing: identifying features and enhancing speech recognition; Linguistic Association of the Southwest; Brigham Young University, Provo, UT; September 2009.
  • Malena Weitze, Jeremiah McGhee and Dan P. Dewey (2009). L2 Morpheme Acquisition Order Across L1 Language Families; Linguistic Association of the Southwest; Brigham Young University, Provo, UT; September 2009.
  • Research on Elicited Imitation as an Oral Language Proficiency Measure; Department of Linguistics Research Lecture Series; BYU, Provo, UT, October 2007. [co-presenters: C. Ray Graham, Casey Kennington, Aaron Johnson, and Jeremiah McGhee]
  • Language Recognition Using Enhanced Linguistic Features as Knowledge Sources; Deseret Language and Linguistics Society Symposium; BYU; Provo, UT, March 2006. [co-authors: Robbie Haertel, Nathan Ekstrom, Eric Ringger]
  • XNL-Soar, incremental parsing, and the Minimalist Program; Deseret Language and Linguistics Society Symposium; BYU; Provo, UT, March 2006. [co-authors: LaReina Hingson, Jamison Cooper-Leavitt, Warren Casbeer, and Rebecca Madsen]
  • Transcription, transliteration, transduction, and translation: a typology of crosslinguistic name representation strategies; Fifth Family History Technology Workshop; Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, March 2005.
  • Enhancing CALL with speech technology; Deseret Language and Linguistics Society Symposium; BYU, Provo, UT, March 2005. [co-authors: Ben Chatterton, Eric Roundy, Rebecca Madsen, Robbie Haertel, C. Ray Graham]
  • Speech Processing Technology in Language Pedagogy; College of Humanities Fair; BYU, Provo, UT, August 2003. [co-authors: Ray Graham and Clint Tustison]
  • NL-Soar: modeling language use; College of Humanities Center for Language Studies Colloquium Series; BYU, Provo, UT, March 2003. [co-authors: Thomas Packer, Mike Manookin, Jarren Bodily, Clint Tustison]
  • Task-oriented, goal-directed interactive CALL activities; Deseret Language and Linguistics Society Symposium; BYU, Provo, UT, March 2003. [co-authors: Ray Graham, Aaron Jensen, Clint Tustison]
  • The BYU NL-Soar project; Deseret Language and Linguistics Society Symposium; BYU, Provo, UT, March 2003. [co-authors: Jason Smith, Aaron Jensen, Jarren Bodily, Clint Tustison, Merrill Hutchison]
  • NL-Soar and modeling language use; College of Humanities Fair; BYU, Provo, UT, August 2002. [co-authors: Nick Stetich and Clint Tustison]
  • An interactive natural-language genealogy quiz engine; 2nd Workshop on Technology for Family History and Genealogical Research; BYU, Provo, UT, April 2002. [co-authors: Aric Bills, Rebecca Rees, Merrill Hutchison, Clint Tustison, Nick Stetich, Mike Manookin, Hans Nelson]
  • Interactive language-learning activities with animated agent and speech technologies; College of Humanities Center for Language Studies Colloquium Series; BYU, Provo, UT, March 2002. [co-authors: Ray Graham, Aric Bills, Rebecca Rees, Michael Rushforth, Clint Tustison, Jon Dehdari]
  • Speech Technology-Enhanced Language Pedagogy; University Conference Scholarship Showcase; BYU, Provo, UT, August 2001. [co-author: Ray Graham]
  • A Speech Interface to Genealogical Data; Workshop on Technology for Family History and Genealogical Research; BYU, Provo, UT, March 2001.
  • Improving Speech Recognition for a Communicative CALL Task; Deseret Language and Linguistics Society Symposium; BYU, Provo, UT, March 2001. [co-authors: Mike Emonts, Michael Rushforth, Ray Graham]
  • Natural Language Processing at BYU; Annual College of Humanities Fair; BYU, Provo, UT; August 2000.
  • NL-Soar: Modeling Language Use; Deseret Language and Linguistics Society Symposium; BYU, Provo, UT, April 2000.