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Scott Andrew Crossley
Scott Andrew Crossley
Special Education/Data Science Institute, Vanderbilt University
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Linguistic features of writing quality
DS McNamara, SA Crossley, PM McCarthy
Written communication 27 (1), 57-86, 2010
7642010
A linguistic analysis of simplified and authentic texts
SA Crossley, MM Louwerse, PM McCarthy, DS McNamara
The Modern Language Journal 91 (1), 15-30, 2007
5302007
Automatically assessing lexical sophistication: Indices, tools, findings, and application
K Kyle, SA Crossley
Tesol Quarterly 49 (4), 757-786, 2015
5102015
Assessing text readability using cognitively based indices
SA Crossley, J Greenfield, DS McNamara
Tesol Quarterly 42 (3), 475-493, 2008
4202008
Predicting second language writing proficiency: The roles of cohesion and linguistic sophistication
SA Crossley, DS McNamara
Journal of Research in Reading 35 (2), 115-135, 2012
3832012
The tool for the automatic analysis of text cohesion (TAACO): Automatic assessment of local, global, and text cohesion
SA Crossley, K Kyle, DS McNamara
Behavior research methods 48, 1227-1237, 2016
3532016
Does writing development equal writing quality? A computational investigation of syntactic complexity in L2 learners
SA Crossley, DS McNamara
Journal of Second Language Writing 26, 66-79, 2014
3492014
Computational assessment of lexical differences in L1 and L2 writing
SA Crossley, DS McNamara
Journal of second language writing 18 (2), 119-135, 2009
3412009
Text readability and intuitive simplification: A comparison of readability formulas.
SA Crossley, DB Allen, DS McNamara
Reading in a foreign language 23 (1), 84-101, 2011
3342011
Measuring syntactic complexity in L2 writing using fine‐grained clausal and phrasal indices
K Kyle, SA Crossley
The Modern Language Journal 102 (2), 333-349, 2018
2882018
The tool for the automatic analysis of lexical sophistication (TAALES): version 2.0
K Kyle, S Crossley, C Berger
Behavior research methods 50, 1030-1046, 2018
2872018
The development of writing proficiency as a function of grade level: A linguistic analysis
SA Crossley, JL Weston, ST McLain Sullivan, DS McNamara
Written Communication 28 (3), 282-311, 2011
2862011
Predicting human judgments of essay quality in both integrated and independent second language writing samples: A comparison study
L Guo, SA Crossley, DS McNamara
Assessing Writing 18 (3), 218-238, 2013
2792013
The development and use of cohesive devices in L2 writing and their relations to judgments of essay quality
SA Crossley, K Kyle, DS McNamara
Journal of Second Language Writing 32, 1-16, 2016
2672016
Predicting lexical proficiency in language learner texts using computational indices
SA Crossley, T Salsbury, DS McNamara, S Jarvis
Language Testing 28 (4), 561-580, 2011
2652011
Sentiment Analysis and Social Cognition Engine (SEANCE): An automatic tool for sentiment, social cognition, and social-order analysis
SA Crossley, K Kyle, DS McNamara
Behavior research methods 49, 803-821, 2017
2632017
Linguistic features in writing quality and development: An overview
SA Crossley
Journal of Writing Research 11 (3), 415-443, 2020
2522020
A hierarchical classification approach to automated essay scoring
DS McNamara, SA Crossley, RD Roscoe, LK Allen, J Dai
Assessing Writing 23, 35-59, 2015
2522015
Natural language processing in an intelligent writing strategy tutoring system
DS McNamara, SA Crossley, R Roscoe
Behavior research methods 45, 499-515, 2013
2472013
The development of polysemy and frequency use in English second language speakers
S Crossley, T Salsbury, D McNamara
Language Learning 60 (3), 573-605, 2010
2342010
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