Adriaans, F. (in press). Computational approaches to bilingual phonetics and phonology. The Cambridge Handbook of Bilingual Phonetics and Phonology, Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. [.pdf]

Van der Klis, A., Junge, C.,  Adriaans, F., & Kager, R. (2024). Examining Dutch children’s vocabularies across infancy and toddlerhood: Demographic effects are age-specific and task-specific. Journal of Child Language. DOI: [.pdf]

Van der Klis, A., Adriaans, F., Han, M., & Kager, R. (2023). Using open-source automatic speech recognition tools for the annotation of Dutch infant-directed speech. Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 7, 68. DOI: [.pdf]

Van der Klis, A., Adriaans, F., & Kager, R. (2023). Infants’ behaviours elicit different verbal, nonverbal, and multimodal responses from caregivers during early play. Infant Behavior and Development, 71. DOI: [.pdf]

van der Klis, A., Adriaans, F., Han, M., & Kager, R. (2020). Automatic recognition of target words in infant-directed speech. In Companion Publication of the 2020 International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (pp. 522). DOI: [.pdf]

Janssen, C.P., Nouwen, R., Overvliet, K., Adriaans, F., Stuit, S., Deoskar, T., and Harvey, B. (2020). Multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary teaching in the Utrecht AI program: Why and how?. IEEE Pervasive Computing, 19 (2), 63-68. DOI: [.pdf]

Adriaans, F. (2018). Effects of consonantal context on the learnability of vowel categories from infant-directed speech. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 144 (1), EL20-EL25. DOI: [.pdf]

Kastner, I., & Adriaans, F. (2018). Linguistic constraints on statistical word segmentation: the role of consonants in Arabic and English. Cognitive Science, 42, 494-518. DOI: [.pdf]

Adriaans, F., & Swingley, D. (2017). Prosodic exaggeration within infant-directed speech: Consequences for vowel learnability. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 141 (5), 3070-3078. DOI: [.pdf] [.data]

Adriaans, F., & Kager, R. (2017). Learning novel phonotactics from exposure to continuous speech. Laboratory Phonology: Journal of the Association for Laboratory Phonology, 8(1): 12, 1-14. DOI: [.pdf]

Whang, J., & Adriaans, F. (2017). Phonotactics and alternations in the acquisition of Japanese high vowel reduction. In M. LaMendola & J. Scott (Ed.), 730-743. Proceedings of the 41st annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (pp. 730-743). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. [.pdf]

Adriaans, F., & Swingley, D. (2012). Distributional Learning of Vowel Categories is Supported by Prosody in Infant-Directed Speech. In N. Miyake, D. Peebles, & R. P. Cooper (Eds.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 72-77). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. [.pdf]

Adriaans, F., Kamps, J., & Koolen, M. (2012). The Importance of Document Ranking and User-Generated Content for Faceted Search and Book Suggestion. In S. Geva et al. (Ed.), Focused Retrieval of Content and Structure: 10th International Workshop of the Initiative for the Evaluation of XML Retrieval (INEX 2011) (pp. 30-44). LNCS 7424, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. [.pdf]

Adriaans, F., Kamps, J., & Koolen, M. (2011). University of Amsterdam at INEX 2011: Book and Data Centric Tracks. In S. Geva et al. (Ed.), INEX 2011 Workshop Pre-proceedings (pp. 36-48). Amsterdam: IR Publications. [.pdf]

Adriaans, F. (2011). The Induction of Phonotactics for Speech Segmentation: Converging evidence from computational and human learners. LOT Dissertation Series 267. Doctoral dissertation, Utrecht University. [.pdf]

Adriaans, F., & Kager, R. (2010). Adding generalization to statistical learning: The induction of phonotactics from continuous speech. Journal of Memory and Language, 62, 311–331. DOI: [.pdf]

Koolen, M., Adriaans, F., Kamps, J., & de Rijke, M. (2006). A Cross-Language Approach to Historic Document Retrieval. In M. Lalmas et al. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 28th European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR 2006) (pp. 407-419). LNCS 3936, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. [.pdf]