Papers and Presentations

AMLaP 2014Papers:

Submitted/In prep:

  • Margaret Grant, Sonia Michniewicz and Jessica Rett. Submitted. Immediate commitment, but cost-free processing, for individual/degree polysemy.
  • Margaret Grant, Brian Dillon and Shayne Sloggett. In prep. Ambiguity resolution in attachment and pronominal reference.

Journal articles:

  • Jana Häussler, Margaret Grant, Gisbert Fanselow and Lyn Frazier. 2015. Superiority in English and German: Cross-language grammatical differences? Syntax 18(3): 235-265.
  • Adrian Staub, Margaret Grant, Lori Astheimer and Andrew Cohen. 2015. The influence of cloze probability and item constraint on cloze task response time. Jounal of Memory and language 82: 1-17.
  • Margaret Grant, Lyn Frazier and Charles Clifton, Jr. 2012. The role of Non-Actuality Implicatures in Processing Elided Constituents. Journal of Memory and Language 66 (1): 326-343. (link)
  • Adrian Staub, Margaret Grant, Charles Clifton, Jr., and Keith Rayner. 2011. Still No Phonological Typicality Effect on Word Reading Time (and No Good Explanation of One, Either): A rejoinder to Farmer, Monaghan, Misyak and Christiansen. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 37(5): 1326-1328. (link)
  • Adrian Staub, Margaret Grant, Charles Clifton, Jr., and Keith Rayner. 2009. Phonological Typicality Does Not Influence Fixation Durations in Normal Reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35(3), 806-814. (link)

Recent proceedings:

  • Alexandra Motut and Margaret Grant. Experiencers do not categorically block long-distance control of PRO. In Proceedings of the West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, Cascadilla Press.

Recent presentations:

  • Alexandra Motut and Margaret Grant. Experiencers do not categorically block long-distance control of PRO. Poster presentation at the 34th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics, University of Utah, April 29-May 1, 2016.
  • Margaret Grant, Sonia Michniewicz and Jessica Rett. Incremental interpretation in cases of individual/degree polysemy. Poster presentation at the 29th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, University of Florida, March 3-5, 2016.
  • Kelly-Ann Blake, Frederick Gietz and Margaret Grant. Prediction and inhibition of syntactic structure: Evidence from either (of the). . . or. Poster presentation at the 29th CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, University of Florida, March 3-5, 2016.
  • Margaret Grant, Brian Dillon and Shayne Sloggett. Ambiguity advantages in attachment and pronominal reference: Evidence from eye movements during reading. Talk presented at Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, University of Edinburgh, September 2014.
  • Margaret Grant, Juliette Thuilier, Benoît Crabbé and Anne Abeillé. The role of conceptual accessibility on word order alternations in French: Evidence from sentence recall. Poster presented at the International Workshop on Language Production, July 2014.
  • Juliette Thuilier and Margaret Grant. Influence of noun dependents on adjective placement in sentence production. Poster presented at the International Workshop on Language Production, July 2014.

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