Arora,V., Lahiri, A., Reetz, H. Attribute based shared hidden layers for cross-knowledge transfer. IEEE Workshop on Spoken Language Technology (SLT). San Diego, California, December 2016.

Arora, V., Lahiri, A., Reetz, H. Automatic Speech Recognition: what phonology can offer. Lexical Processing of Speech, deGruyter/Mouton, 2016.

Kotzor, S., B. J. Molineaux, E. Banks & A. Lahiri (2016). ‘Fake’ gemination in suffixed words and compounds in English and German. Journal of the Acoustic Society of America 140(1), 1-12.

Kennard, Holly J. and Lahiri, Aditi. (in press). Mutation in Breton verbs: pertinacity across generations. Journal of Linguistics Available on CJO 2015 dos:10.1017/S0022226715000420.

Kennard, Holly J. and Lahiri, Aditi. Maintenance of the Breton mixed mutation. Scottish Consortium of ICPhS 2015 (ed.) Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences (Glasgow: University of Glasgow). Paper number: 607.

Lahiri, A. (2016) Metrical grouping and cliticisation in Middle Dutch: Evidence from verse. Linguistic Review (under review).

Sytsema, J & A.Lahiri (2016) Open syllable lengthening in Middle Dutch: Evidence from verse. Journal of Germanic Linguistics (accepted).



Werkmann-Horvat, A., Gagliardi, A., and Husband, E.M. (2015) Indexicals in Shifty Contexts: Problems for Language Acquisition. Proceedings of the 40th Boston University Conference on Language Development. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Kotzor, S., Roberts, A., Wetterlin, A. & Lahiri, A. (2015). Processing and representation of consonant length: Evidence from semantic and fragment priming evidence from Bengali. Language and Speech 1-30. DOI: 10.1177/0023830915580189. (online version)

Plank, F., Lahiri, A. (2015). Macroscopic and microscopic typology: Basic Valance Orientation, more pertinacious than meets the naked eye. Linguistic Typology 19(1) 1-54.

Wetterlin, A. & Lahiri, A. (2015). The diachronic development of stød and tonal accent in North Germanic. In: Haug, Dag Trygve Truslew (Ed.), Historical Linguistics 2013: Selected papers from the 21st International Conference on Historical Linguistics, Oslo, 5-9 August 2013, 53-67.



Kennard, Holly J. (2014). The persistence of verb-second in negative utterances in Breton. Journal of Historical Linguistics, 4(1): 1 - 39.

Roberts, A. C., Kotzor, S., Wetterlin, A., & Lahiri, A. (2014). Asymmetric processing of durational differences – electrophysiological investigations in Bengali. Neuropsychologia 58, 88-98.

Pliatsikas, C., Wheeldon, L., Lahiri, A., Hansen, P. (2014). Processing of zero-derived words in English: An fMRI investigation. Neurophyschologia 53, 47-53.

Sytsema, J., Grijzenhout, J., Lahiri, A. (2014). Middle Dutch back vowels in rhymes. Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics 17, 157-183.



Butt, M. & Lahiri, A. (2013). Diachronic pertinancy of light verbs. Lingua.

Cornell, S. A., A. Lahiri, C. Eulitz (2013). Inequality across consonantal contrasts in speech perception: Evidence from Mismatch Negativity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance.

Roberts, A., Wetterlin, A., Lahiri, A. (2013). Aligning mispronounced words to meaning. The Mental Lexicon, 8, 140-163.



Lahiri, A. (2012). Asymmetric phonological representations of words in the mental lexicon. In A. Cohn et al. (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Laboratory Phonology, 146-161. Oxford: OUP.

Wetterlin, A. & A. Lahiri (2012). Tone alternations in Norwegian compounds. The Linguistic Review, 29, 279-320.



Cornell, Sonia A., Lahiri, A., Eulitz, C. (2011). What you encode is not necessarily what you store: Evidence for sparse feature representations from mismatch negativity. Brain Research 1394, 79 - 89. Elsevier.

Lahiri, A. (2011). Words: Discrete and discreet mental representations. In G. Gaskell and P. Zwiterlood (eds.) Lexical representation: A multidisciplinary approach, 89-121. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Lahiri, Aditi & Wheeldon, Linda. (2011). Phonological Trochaic Grouping in Language Planning and Language Change in S. Frota et al. (eds.) Prosodic Categories: Production, Perception and Comprehension, Studies in Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 82, DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-0137-3_2, Springer Science & Business Media B.V.