Marloes Mak
Marloes Mak
PhD student, Radboud University
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Mental simulation during literary reading: Individual differences revealed with eye-tracking
M Mak, RM Willems
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 34 (4), 511-535, 2019
182019
Adjective production by Russian-speaking children with developmental language disorder and Dutch–Russian simultaneous bilinguals: Disentangling the profiles
E Tribushinina, M Mak, E Dubinkina, WM Mak
Applied Psycholinguistics 39 (5), 1033-1064, 2018
22018
Word skipping as an indicator of individual reading style during literary reading
M Faber, M Mak, RM Willems
Journal of Eye Movement Research 13 (3), 2, 2020
12020
Ce que les corpus de production orale ne peuvent montrer: apports de l'oculométrie (eye-tracking) dans la recherche sur le bilinguisme et sur la dysphasie1
E TRIBUSHININA, M MAK
Nouvelles technologies et standards méthodologiques en linguistique 45, 161-196, 2016
12016
The Influence of Mental Imagery Instructions and Personality Characteristics on Reading Experiences
M Mak, C De Vries, RM Willems
Collabra: Psychology 6 (1), 2020
2020
Individual differences in mental simulation during literary reading revealed with eye-tracking
M Mak, RM Willems
the 16th IGEL Conference, 2018
2018
Sensory Simulation, Motor Simulation and Mentalizing during Narrative Reading: Insights from Eye-Tracking
RT ART, IRI IRI
2018
Differential influences of sensory simulation, motor simulation and mentalizing in literary reading: An eye-tracking study
M Mak, RM Willems
the Grote Taaldag 2018, 2018
2018
The role of simulation during narrative reading: Insights from eyetracking
M Mak, RM Willems
the workshop'Event Representations in Brain, Language & Development'(EvRep), 2017
2017
Insights into mental simulation via narratives
M Mak
the NVP Winter Conference 2017, 2017
2017
LOST IN A STORY, DETACHED FROM THE WORDS
R Willems, L Eekhof, M Kuijpers, X Gao, E van den Hoven, M Faber, ...
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