Outi Bat-El and Ifat Stern-Sabach. in prep. Tense syncretism in Modern Hebrew. Ms., Tel-Aviv University. 

Outi Bat-El. in prep. The extent of inter-child variation: Typical vs. atypical phonological development. Ms., Tel-Aviv University.

Yeverechyahu, Hadas and Outi Bat-El. in prep. Biblical Hebrew segolates: Interaction of universal and language specific principlesMs., Tel-Aviv University. 

Bat-El, Outi. in prep. Hebrew stress: Back to the future. Ms., Tel-Aviv University.

Bat-El, Outi. 2017. Biblical Hebrew stress system: The butterfly effect. A paper presented at the workshop of the Research Network of Biblical Hebrew Linguistics. Bar-Ilan University, Ramat-Gan.

Bat-El, Outi. 2017. The extent of inter-child variation: Typical vs. atypical phonological development. A paper presented at the 23rd Symposium on Theoretical and Applied Linguistics. Aristotle University, Thessaloniki.

Bat-El, Outi 2017. Word-based items-and processes (WoBIP): Evidence from Hebrew morphology. In C. Bowern, L. Horn, and R. Zanuttini (eds), On Looking into Words (and beyond), 115-135. Berlin: Language Sciences Press.

Bat-El, Outi and Avivit Ben-David. 2017. Developing phonology. In A. Bar-On and D. Ravid (eds) Handbook of Communication Disorders: Theoretical, Empirical, and Applied Linguistic Perspectives. Mouton De Gruyter.   

Ben-David, Avivit and Outi Bat-El. 2017. Stressed vs. final syllable in early speech: Which one is stronger? In E. Bar-Asher Siegal (ed.) Proceedings of IATL 2014, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 82.

Berent, Iris, Outi Bat-El, and Vered Vaknin-Nusbaum. 2017. The double identity of doubling: Evidence for the phonology-morphology splitCognition 161:117-128.

Berent, Iris, Outi Bat-El, Diane Brentari, Amanda Dupuis, and Vered Vaknin-Nusbaum. 2016. The double identity of linguistic doubling. PNAS 113:13702-13707.

Bat-El, Outi. 2016. Hebrew stress: Back to the future. A paper presented at OCP 13. Budapest. 

Asherov, Daniel and Outi Bat-El. 2016. Multiple defaults: Hebrew feminine –et and –a in the present tense. Morphology 26:399-423.

Ben-David, Avivit and Outi Bat-El. 2016. Paths and stages in the acquisiton of Hebrew phonological word. In R. Berman (ed.) Acquisition and Development of Hebrew: From Infancy to Adolescence, 39-68. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Zadok, Gila and Outi Bat-El. 2015. Inte-rparadigm leveling in Hebrew verbal system. Morphology 25:271-297.

Bat-El, Outi. 2015. The trochaic bias: Nature or nurture. A paper presented in DGfS 37 workshop Universal Biases on Phonological Acquisition and ProcessingLeipzig.

Ben-David, Avivit and Outi Bat-El. 2015. Strong vs strong, but which is stronger? Stressed and final syllables in language acquisition. A paper presented in DGfS 37 workshop Strong vs Weak Prosodic Positions: Possible Variation and Relevance for GrammarLeipzig.

Faust, Noam and Outi Bat-El. 2015. Optimal Government Phonology. A paper presented at The Form of Structure, the Structure of Form: Three Days of Linguistics for Jean Lowenstamm. Paris VII.

Bat-El, Outi. 2014. Staying away from the weak left edge: A strengthening strategyIn S. Bendjaballah, N. Faust, M. Lahrouchi, and N. Lampitelli (eds), The Form of Structure, the Structure of Form: Essays in honor of Jean Lowenstamm. John Benjamins. 

Bat-El, Outi (ed.). 2014. The Acquisition of Hebrew Phonology and Morphology. Brill.

Bat-El, Outi. 2014. A fault of default: Local and global default in Hebrew feminine verbs. A paper peresented at the workshop on Allomorphy: Its Logic and Limitations. The Hebrew University, Jerusalem. 

Bat-El, Outi and Gila Zadok. 2014. The role of similarity and frequency in inter-paradigm leveling. A paper presented at OCP 11, Leiden-Amsterdam.

Bat-El, Outi. 2013. Acquisition of phonology.  Blends.  Denominal verbs.  Neutralization.  Reduplication.  5 entries in the Encyclopedia of Hebrew Language and Linguistics (EHLL). Brill. 

Bat-El, Outi. 2012. Prosodic alternations in Modern Hebrew segolates. In M. Muchnik and T. Sadan (eds), Studies in Modern Hebrew and Jewish Languages. 116-129.

Bat-El, Outi. 2012. Phonological constraints on morphological development: The acquisition of Hebrew verb inflectional suffixesBAALL 4:189-212.

Bat-El, Outi and Evan-Gary Cohen. 2012. Stress in English blends: A constraint-based approachV. Renner, F. Maniez and P. Arnaud (eds), Cross-disciplinary Perspectives on Lexical Blending, 193-212. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. 

Bat-El, Outi. 2012. The Sonority Dispersion Principle in the acquisition of Hebrew word final codas. In S. Parker (ed.), The Sonority Controversy, 319-344. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Bat-El, Outi. 2011. Lexical representation in Semitic-type morphology: A phonological perspective. A paper presented in the workshop Approaches to the Lexicon (Root III). The Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

Bat-El, Outi. 2011. Semitic templates. In M. van Oostendrop, C. Ewen, E. Hume, and K. Rice (eds), Blackwell Companion to Phonology, 2586-2608. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.  

Bat-El, Outi. 2010. Phonological interference with morpho-syntactic guidelines: The acquisition of Hebrew verb inflectional suffixes. A handout of a talk presented at BAALL's 1st Conference on Afroasiatic Linguistics. Paris.

Bat-El, Outi. 2009. A gap in the feminine paradigm of Hebrew: A consequence of identity avoidance in the suffix domain. In C. Rice and S. Blaho (eds), Modeling Ungrammaticality in Optimality Theory, 165-194. London: Equinox. 

Adam, Galit and Outi Bat-El. 2009. When do universal preferences emerge in language development? The acquisition of Hebrew stress. Brill’s Annual of Afroasiatic Languages and Linguistics 1:1-28.

Bat-El, Outi. 2009. Harmonic domains and synchronization in typically and atypically developing Hebrew-speaking children. Language Sciences 31:117-135.

Bat-El, Outi. 2008. Morphologically conditioned V–Ø alternation in Hebrew: Distinction among nouns, adjectives & participles, and verbs. In S. Armon-Lotem, G. Danon, and S. Rothstein (eds) Current Issues in Generative Hebrew Linguistics, 27-60. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Adam, Galit and Outi Bat-El. 2008. Morphological knowledge without morphological structure: Morphology-prosody interface in the first Hebrew verbs. In S. Armon-Lotem, G. Danon, and S. Rothstein (eds), Current Issues in Generative Hebrew Linguistics, 197-222. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 

Adam, Galit and Outi Bat-El. 2008. Segmental effects on syllable selection: Evidence from Hebrew. In A. Gavarró and M.J. Freitas (eds), Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2007, 1-11. Newscastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

Adam, Galit and Outi Bat-El. 2008. The trochaic bias is universal: Evidence from Hebrew. In A. Gavarró and M.J. Freitas (eds) Language Acquisition and Development: Proceedings of GALA 2007, 12-24. Newscastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

Bat-El, Outi. 2006. Consonant copying and consonant identity: The segmental and prosodic structure of Hebrew reduplication. Linguistic Inquiry 37:179-210.

Bat-El, Outi. 2006. BlendEncyclopedia of Language and Linguistics (2nd edition). Oxford: Elsevier.

Bat-El, Outi. 2006. Modern Hebrew. Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.

Bat-El, Outi. 2005. The emergence of the trochaic foot in Hebrew hypocoristics. Phonology 22:1-29.

Bat-El, Outi. 2005. Competing principles of in paradigm uniformity: Evidence from Hebrew imperative paradigm. In L.J. Downing, T.A. Hall, and R. Raffelsiefen (eds), Paradigms in Phonological Theory, 44-64. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Adi-Bensaid, Limor and Outi Bat-El. 2004. The development of the prosodic word in the speech of a hearing impaired child with a cochlear implant device. Journal of Multilingual Communication Disorders 2:187-206.

Bat-El, Outi. 2004. Parsing forms with identical consonants: Hebrew reduplication. In D. Ravid and H. Bat Zeev Shyldkrot (eds), Perspectives on Language and Language Development, 25-34. Dordrecht: Kluwer.

Bat-El, Outi. 2003. The fate of the consonantal root and the binyan in Optimality Theory. Recherches Linguistiques de Vincennes 32:31-60. 

Bat-El, Outi. 2003. Anti-faithfulness: An inherent morphological property. In J. Lecarme (ed.), Research in Afroasiatic Grammar II, 21-34. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bat-El, Outi. 2002. True truncation in colloquial Hebrew imperatives. Language 78:651-683.

Bat-El, Outi. 2002. Semitic verb structure within a universal perspective. In J. Shimron (ed.), Language Processing and Acquisition in Languages of Semitic, Root-based, Morphology, 29-59. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Bat-El, Outi. 2001. In search for the roots of the C-root: The essence of Semitic morphology. A paper presented at the Workshop on Roots and Template Morphology. Los Angeles.

Bat-El, Outi. 2000. The grammaticality of “extragrammatical” morphology. Extragrammatical and Marginal Morphology. In Doleschal and Thornton (eds), 61-84. Munich: Lincom Europa.

Bat-El, Outi. 1997. On the visibility of word internal morphological features. Linguistics 35:289-316.

Bat-El, Outi. 1996. Selecting the best of the worse: The grammar of Hebrew blends. Phonology 13:283-328.

Bat-El, Outi. 1996. Phonologically-based word formation: Modern Hebrew blends. In Kleinhenz (ed.), Interfaces in Phonology,  231-250. Berlin: Akademie Verlag.

Bat-El, Outi. 1995. Surviving constraint violation: Tiberian Hebrew conjunctive waw. Mediterranean Language Review 9:29-42

Bat-El, Outi. 1995. On the apparent ambiguity of the schwa symbol in Tiberian Hebrew. Langues Orientales Anciennes Philologie et Linguistique 5-6:79-96.

Bat-El, Outi. 1994. Resolving prosodic mismatch in Modern Hebrew verb formation. In van der Hulst and van de Weijer (eds), Leiden in Last: HIL Phonology Papers I. 25-40. The Hague: Holland Academic Graphics.

Bat-El, Outi. 1994. Stem modification and cluster transfer in Modern Hebrew. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 12:571-593.

Bat-El, Outi. 1994. The optimal acronym word in Hebrew. Proceedings of the 1994 Annual Conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association. Koskinen (ed.), Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics, pp. 23-37.

Bat-El, Outi. 1994. Onset violation in Tiberian Hebrew. J. Merchant, J. Padgett and R. Walker (eds), Phonology at Santa Cruz v.3, 1-12. The Linguistic Research Center, UCSC.

Bat-El, Outi. 1993. Parasitic metrification in the Modern Hebrew stress system. The Linguistic Review 10:189-210.

Bat-El, Outi. 1988. Distinctive nasality in Kwawu: A prosodic account. Studies in African Linguistics 19:173-203.

Bat-El, Outi. 1988. Remarks on tier conflation. Linguistic Inquiry 19:477-484.

Bat-El, Outi. 1985. Locality in morphological derivation. In Goldberg et al. (eds), Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics v.4, 12-22. The Stanford Linguistics Association .