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Dominic Thompson
Dominic Thompson
Assistant Professor in Psycholinguistics, University of Nottingham
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Sarcasm in written communication: Emoticons are efficient markers of intention
D Thompson, R Filik
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 21 (2), 105-120, 2016
1702016
Sarcasm and emoticons: Comprehension and emotional impact
R Filik, A Țurcan, D Thompson, N Harvey, H Davies, A Turner
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69 (11), 2130-2146, 2016
872016
Emotional responses to irony and emoticons in written language: Evidence from EDA and facial EMG
D Thompson, IG Mackenzie, H Leuthold, R Filik
Psychophysiology 53 (7), 1054-1062, 2016
732016
A frown emoji can be worth a thousand words: Perceptions of emoji use in text messages exchanged between romantic partners
D Rodrigues, D Lopes, M Prada, D Thompson, MV Garrido
Telematics and Informatics 34 (8), 1532-1543, 2017
702017
Visual attention and structural choice in sentence production across languages
A Myachykov, D Thompson, C Scheepers, S Garrod
Language and Linguistics Compass 5 (2), 95-107, 2011
532011
Syntactic flexibility and competition in sentence production: The case of English and Russian
A Myachykov, C Scheepers, S Garrod, D Thompson, O Fedorova
The quarterly journal of experimental psychology 66 (8), 1601-1619, 2013
442013
Referential and visual cues to structural choice in visually situated sentence production
A Myachykov, D Thompson, S Garrod, C Scheepers
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 396, 2012
262012
Passivizability of idioms: Has the wrong tree been barked up?
M Kyriacou, K Conklin, D Thompson
Language and speech 63 (2), 404-435, 2020
182020
Getting at the passive: Functions of passive-types in English
D Thompson
University of Glasgow, 2012
142012
Patient-related constraints on get-and be-passive uses in English: evidence from paraphrasing
D Thompson, SP Ling, A Myachykov, F Ferreira, C Scheepers
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 848, 2013
132013
Harmonizing the passive: A new proposal for passive constructions in generative grammar
D Thompson, C Scheepers
Newcastle Working Papers in Linguistics 19 (2), 74-96, 2013
112013
Examining the emotional impact of sarcasm using a virtual environment
B Pickering, D Thompson, R Filik
Metaphor and Symbol 33 (3), 185-197, 2018
102018
One step at a time: Representational overlap between active voice, be-passive, and get-passive forms in English
D Thompson, F Ferreira, C Scheepers
Journal of cognition 1 (1), 2018
52018
Examining the influence of perspective and prosody on expected emotional responses to irony: Evidence from event-related brain potentials.
D Thompson, H Leuthold, R Filik
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2021
32021
When the Idiom Advantage Comes Up Short: Eye-Tracking Canonical and Modified Idioms
M Kyriacou, K Conklin, D Thompson
Frontiers in psychology, 3253, 2021
22021
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