Jennifer E. Arnold
Jennifer E. Arnold
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Heaviness vs. newness: The effects of structural complexity and discourse status on constituent ordering
JE Arnold, A Losongco, T Wasow, R Ginstrom
Language 76 (1), 28-55, 2000
7632000
The rapid use of gender information: Evidence of the time course of pronoun resolution from eyetracking
JE Arnold, JG Eisenband, S Brown-Schmidt, JC Trueswell
Cognition 76 (1), B13-B26, 2000
4082000
Reference form and discourse patterns (Doctoral dissertation, Stanford University, 1998)
JE Arnold
Dissertation Abstracts International 59, 2950, 1998
371*1998
The effect of thematic roles on pronoun use and frequency of reference continuation
JE Arnold
Discourse processes 31 (2), 137-162, 2001
3092001
The effect of additional characters on choice of referring expression: Everyone counts
JE Arnold, ZM Griffin
Journal of memory and language 56 (4), 521-536, 2007
2942007
If you say thee uh you are describing something hard: the on-line attribution of disfluency during reference comprehension.
JE Arnold, CLH Kam, MK Tanenhaus
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (5), 914, 2007
2782007
Intuitions in linguistic argumentation
T Wasow, J Arnold
Lingua 115 (11), 1481-1496, 2005
2602005
Reference production: Production-internal and addressee-oriented processes
JE Arnold
Language and cognitive processes 23 (4), 495-527, 2008
2512008
Disfluencies signal theee, um, new information
JE Arnold, M Fagnano, MK Tanenhaus
Journal of psycholinguistic research 32 (1), 25-36, 2003
2512003
Post-verbal constituent ordering in English
T Wasow, J Arnold
Determinants of grammatical variation in English, 119-154, 2011
2392011
How speakers refer: The role of accessibility
JE Arnold
Language and Linguistics Compass 4 (4), 187-203, 2010
2382010
The old and thee, uh, new: Disfluency and reference resolution
JE Arnold, MK Tanenhaus, RJ Altmann, M Fagnano
Psychological science 15 (9), 578-582, 2004
2292004
Children's use of gender and order-of-mention during pronoun comprehension
JE Arnold, S Brown-Schmidt, J Trueswell
Language and Cognitive Processes 22 (4), 527-565, 2007
1832007
Children’s use of gender and order of mention during pronoun comprehension
JE Arnold, S Brown-Schmidt, J Trueswell, M & Fagnano
Approaches to studying world-situated language use: Bridging the language-as …, 2005
1832005
Reference production in young speakers with and without autism: Effects of discourse status and processing constraints
JE Arnold, L Bennetto, JJ Diehl
Cognition 110 (2), 131-146, 2009
1312009
Tic Tac TOE: Effects of predictability and importance on acoustic prominence in language production
DG Watson, JE Arnold, MK Tanenhaus
Cognition 106 (3), 1548-1557, 2008
1302008
Avoiding attachment ambiguities: The role of constituent ordering
JE Arnold, T Wasow, A Asudeh, P Alrenga
Journal of Memory and Language 51 (1), 55-70, 2004
1242004
Heaviness vs. newness: The effects of complexity and information structure on constituent ordering
J Arnold, T Wasow, A Losongco, R Ginstrom
Language 76 (1), 28-55, 2000
1102000
THE BACON not the bacon: How children and adults understand accented and unaccented noun phrases
JE Arnold
Cognition 108 (1), 69-99, 2008
892008
Audience design affects acoustic reduction via production facilitation
JE Arnold, JM Kahn, GC Pancani
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19 (3), 505-512, 2012
872012
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