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Dr. K.T. (Klaas) Seinhorst

Faculty of Humanities
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 129
Contact details
  • Profiel

    Ik ben een van de data stewards van het onderzoeksinstituut Psychologie, naast Tinka Beemsterboer en Jasper Wijnen. Hiervoor was ik promovendus en docent bij Taalwetenschap.

  • Publications


    • Seinhorst, K., & Leufkens, S. (2021). Phonology and phonetics in Functional Discourse Grammar: Interfaces, mismatches, and the direction of processing. In L. Contreras-García , & D. García Velasco (Eds.), Interfaces in Functional Discourse Grammar: Theory and Applications (pp. 101-126). (Trends in Linguistics. Studies and Monographs; Vol. 354). De Gruyter Mouton.



    • Seinhorst, K., Boersma, P., & Hamann, S. (2019). Iterated distributional and lexicon-driven learning in a symmetric neural network explains the emergence of features and dispersion. In S. Calhoun, P. Escudero, M. Tabain, & P. Warren (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia 2019: ICPhS2019 : 5-9 August 2019, Melbourne Australia (pp. 1134-1138). Australasian Speech Science and Technology Association Inc. [details]



    • Seinhorst, K. (2016). Mind The Gap: Inductive Biases In Phonological Feature Learning . In S. G. Roberts, C. Cuskley, L. McCrohon, L. Barceló-Coblijn, O. Feher, & T. Verhoef (Eds.), The evolution of language: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference (EVOLANG11) Evolang. [details]
    • Seinhorst, K. T. (2016). System complexity and (im)possible sound changes. Papers in Historical Phonology, 1, 238-249. [details]
    • Seinhorst, K. T. (2016). The Russian adaptation of [y] as L1 bimodal perception. Linguistics in Amsterdam, 9(3), 77-96. [details]


    • Seinhorst, K. (2014). Phonetics in Functional Discourse Grammar. Web Papers in Functional Discourse Grammar, 87. [details]

    Talk / presentation

    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) (12-9-2019). Phonology and phonetics in FDG: interfaces, mismatches and the direction of processing, International Workshop on Interfaces in Functional Discourse Grammar, Oviedo.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker), Boersma, P. (speaker) & Hamann, S. (speaker) (7-8-2019). Iterated distributional and lexicon-driven learning in a symmetric neural network explains the emergence of features and dispersion, International Congress of Phonetic Sciences , Melbourne.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) & van de Leur, F. (speaker) (18-6-2019). Regularity versus phonetics in sound systems: experimental and typological data, Interaction and the Evolution of Linguistic Complexity, Edinburgh.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) (7-5-2019). Does size matter? Regularization in different inventory sizes: experimental and typological evidence, Rules and Learning Strategies in the Acquisition of Signed and Spoken Phonologies, Oslo.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) (23-11-2018). Time flies like an arrow: how the passage of time shapes languages, Nerd Nite.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) (22-6-2018). It's (not) the economy, stupid! Possible restrictions on regularization, 16th Conference on Laboratory Phonology, Lisbon.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) (1-6-2018). Complexity and regularization of phonological patterns.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) (19-2-2018). Phonological conspiracies: independent causes of regularization in sound systems, Workshop on the Emergence of Universals, Columbus, OH.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) & Hamann, S. R. (speaker) (25-5-2017). Coronal underspecification as a possible result of transmission noise, 25th Manchester Phonology Meeting, Manchester.
    • Seinhorst, K. (speaker) (21-3-2016). Mind the gap: inductive biases in phonological feature learning., EvoLang 11, New Orleans.


    • Seinhorst, K. T. (2021). The complexity and learnability of phonological patterns: Simulations, experiments, typology. LOT. [details]
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