Theresa Redl
Theresa Redl
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics & Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University
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The processing of the Dutch masculine generic zijn ‘his’ across stereotype contexts: An eye-tracking study
T Redl, A Eerland, TJM Sanders
PloS one 13 (10), e0205903, 2018
72018
Processing prescriptively incorrect comparative particles: Evidence from sentence-matching and eye-tracking
F Hubers, T Redl, H De Vos, L Reinarz, H De Hoop
Frontiers in psychology 11, 186, 2020
42020
The male bias of a generically-intended personal pronoun in language processing
T Redl, SL Frank, P de Swart, H de Hoop
PsyArXiv, 2020
12020
The male bias of a masculine generic pronoun: Evidence from eye-tracking and sentence evaluation
T Redl, SL Frank
PsyArXiv, 2020
12020
A psycholinguistic view on stereotypical and grammatical gender: The effects and remedies
J Misersky, T Redl
Diversiteit. Een multidisciplinaire terreinverkenning, 237-255, 2020
12020
Voorbeeldzinnen kunnen het goede voorbeeld geven.
C Van Herpt, MS van der Meulen, T Redl
12019
Gender-mismatching pronouns in context: The interpretation of possessive pronouns in Dutch and Limburgian
J Piepers, T Redl
Linguistics in the Netherlands 35 (1), 97-110, 2018
12018
To each their own: Investigating the Dutch masculine generic zijn ‘his’ across stereotype contexts
T Redl
12016
The male bias of a generically-intended masculine pronoun: Evidence from eye-tracking and sentence evaluation
T Redl, SL Frank, P De Swart, H De Hoop
PloS one 16 (4), e0249309, 2021
2021
Masculine generic pronouns: Investigating the processing of an unintended gender cue
T Redl
[Sl: sn], 2021
2021
date: 2020-02-27T11: 19: 47Z pdf: PDFVersion: 1.5 pdf: docinfo: title: Processing Prescriptively Incorrect Comparative Particles: Evidence From Sentence-Matching and Eye …
T Redl
2020
Do masculine generic pronouns favor male referents? Evidence from eye-tracking
T Redl, P De Swart, S Frank, H De Hoop
Discourse Expectations: Theoretical, Experimental, and Computational …, 2019
2019
Does grammatical gender matter in addressing? Exploring the effect of gender marking on processing of second-person singular Polish verbs
A Szuba, T Redl, H De Hoop
the 5th Workshop of the International Network of Address Research (INAR5), 2019
2019
Do masculine generic pronouns cause a male bias in online processing? Evidence from eye-tracking
T Redl, P De Swart, S Frank, H De Hoop
Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP 2019), 2019
2019
Gender-mismatching pronouns in context: The interpretation of Dutch zijn'his' and Limburgian zien'his/its'
J Piepers, T Redl
the workshop" Theoretical and Experimental Approaches to Gender"(ThEGen), 2018
2018
Limburgian his is used to refer to women: An experimental perspective
T Redl, J Piepers
Grote Taaldag 2018, 2018
2018
Everyone was packing his purse. The effect of the Dutch masculine generic zijn'his' and gender stereotypes on the mental representation of gender
T Redl, A Eerland, T Sanders
the 15th International Pragmatics Conference, 2017
2017
Gender inferences in discourse: Stereotypes and masculine generics as cues
T Redl, A Eerland, T Sanders
the International Convention of Psychological Science 2017, 2017
2017
Inferring a person's gender: Stereotypes and a generic masculine pronoun as cues
T Redl, A Eerland, T Sanders
DETEC 2017 (Discourse Expectations: Theoretical, Experimental and …, 2017
2017
Gender inferences based on stereotypes and a generic masculine pronoun: Does Dutch zijn'his' induce a male bias?
T Redl, A Eerland, T Sanders
the 38th TABU Dag, 2017
2017
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