In peer-reviewed journals

Note: all journals are indexed by ERIH plus, MLA, and SCOPUS. Most of the journals are open-access. Otherwise, a link to the author version of the article is provided.

  1. Lissón P. & Ballier, N. (in press): Investigating lexical progression through lexical diversity metrics and vocabulary growth curves in a corpus of French L3. Discours.

  2. Arnold, T., Ballier, N., Lissón, P., Tilton, L. (accepted): Beyond Lexical Frequencies: Using R for Text Analysis in the Digital Humanities. Language Resources and Evaluation. [link]

  3. Lissón P. & Trujillo-González, V. (2018): Détection des transferts interlangues chez des apprenants universitaires de français troisième langue. Synergies Espagne 11, 55-70. [link]

  4. Lissón P. (2017). Investigating the use of readability metrics to detect differences in written productions of learners: a corpus-based study. Bellaterra Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature , 10 (4), 68-86. DOI: 10.5565/rev/jtl3.752

In peer-reviewed proceedings

  1. Ballier, N., Gaillat, T., Arnold, T.,Lissón P. (2018). Predicting CEFRL levels in learner English on the basis of metrics and full texts. Conférence sur l’Apprentissage Automatique (CAP 2018), Rouen, France. [link]

  2. Ballier, N. & Lissón P. (2017). R-based strategies for DH in English Linguistics: a case study. Teaching NLP for Digital Humanities, workshop of the German Society for Computational Linguistics conference (GSCL 2017).In P. Bockwinkel, T. Declerck, S. Kübler, & H. Zinsmeister (Eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Teaching NLP for Digital Humanities (Vol. 1918, pp. 1–10). Berlin, Germany: CEUR Workshop Proceedings. [link]