Craig Chambers
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Achieving incremental semantic interpretation through contextual representation
JC Sedivy, MK Tanenhaus, CG Chambers, GN Carlson
Cognition 71 (2), 109-147, 1999
6131999
Accent and reference resolution in spoken-language comprehension
D Dahan, MK Tanenhaus, CG Chambers
Journal of Memory and Language 47 (2), 292-314, 2002
4022002
Actions and affordances in syntactic ambiguity resolution.
CG Chambers, MK Tanenhaus, JS Magnuson
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 30 (3), 687, 2004
3542004
Circumscribing referential domains during real-time language comprehension
CG Chambers, MK Tanenhaus, KM Eberhard, H Filip, GN Carlson
Journal of memory and language 47 (1), 30-49, 2002
3242002
Eye movements and lexical access in spoken-language comprehension: Evaluating a linking hypothesis between fixations and linguistic processing
MK Tanenhaus, JS Magnuson, D Dahan, C Chambers
Journal of psycholinguistic research 29 (6), 557-580, 2000
3052000
Structural parallelism and discourse coherence: A test of centering theory
CG Chambers, R Smyth
Journal of Memory and Language 39 (4), 593-608, 1998
2301998
Lexical competition during second-language listening: Sentence context, but not proficiency, constrains interference from the native lexicon.
CG Chambers, H Cooke
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (4), 1029, 2009
1232009
Effects of aging and noise on real-time spoken word recognition: Evidence from eye movements
BM Ben-David, CG Chambers, M Daneman, MK Pichora-Fuller, ...
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2011
1132011
When hearsay trumps evidence: How generic language guides preschoolers’ inferences about unfamiliar things
CG Chambers, SA Graham, JN Turner
Language and Cognitive Processes 23 (5), 749-766, 2008
632008
Preschoolers’ appreciation of speaker vocal affect as a cue to referential intent
JMJ Berman, CG Chambers, SA Graham
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 107 (2), 87-99, 2010
612010
Preschoolers’ sensitivity to referential ambiguity: Evidence for a dissociation between implicit understanding and explicit behavior
ES Nilsen, SA Graham, S Smith, CG Chambers
Developmental Science 11 (4), 556-562, 2008
612008
Referential domains in spoken language comprehension: Using eye movements to bridge the product and action traditions
MK Tanenhaus, CC Chambers, JE Hanna, M Hall
The interface of language, vision, and action: Eye movements and the visual …, 2004
522004
Perception and presupposition in real-time language comprehension: Insights from anticipatory processing
CG Chambers, V San Juan
Cognition 108 (1), 26-50, 2008
502008
An fMRI investigation of strategies for word recognition
JD Edwards, PM Pexman, BG Goodyear, CG Chambers
Cognitive Brain Research 24 (3), 648-662, 2005
432005
Preschoolers’ real-time coordination of vocal and facial emotional information
JMJ Berman, CG Chambers, SA Graham
Journal of experimental child psychology 142, 391-399, 2016
252016
Preschoolers use emotion in speech to learn new words
JMJ Berman, SA Graham, D Callaway, CG Chambers
Child development 84 (5), 1791-1805, 2013
242013
Appearances aren't everything: Shape classifiers and referential processing in Cantonese.
C Tsang, CG Chambers
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37 (5), 1065, 2011
242011
Generic language and speaker confidence guide preschoolers’ inferences about novel animate kinds.
HR Stock, SA Graham, CG Chambers
Developmental Psychology 45 (3), 884, 2009
242009
Privileged versus shared knowledge about object identity in real-time referential processing
M Mozuraitis, CG Chambers, M Daneman
Cognition 142, 148-165, 2015
192015
Would a blue kite by any other name be just as blue? Effects of descriptive choices on subsequent referential behavior
D Heller, CG Chambers
Journal of Memory and Language 70, 53-67, 2014
172014
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