Gareth Carrol
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Eye-tracking: A guide for applied linguistics research
K Conklin, A Pellicer-Sánchez, G Carrol
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Cross language lexical priming extends to formulaic units: Evidence from eye-tracking suggests that this idea ‘has legs’
G Carrol, K Conklin
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 20 (2), 299-317, 2017
Found in translation: The influence of the L1 on the reading of idioms in a L2
G Carrol, K Conklin, H Gyllstad
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 38 (3), 403-443, 2016
Getting your wires crossed: Evidence for fast processing of L1 idioms in an L2
G Carrol, K Conklin
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 17 (4), 784-797, 2014
Eye-tracking multi-word units: some methodological questions
G Carrol, K Conklin
Journal of Eye Movement Research 7 (5), 2014
Is all formulaic language created equal? Unpacking the processing advantage for different types of formulaic sequences
G Carrol, K Conklin
Language and Speech 63 (1), 95-122, 2020
Of false friends and familiar foes: Comparing native and non-native understanding of figurative phrases
G Carrol, J Littlemore, MG Dowens
Lingua 204, 21-44, 2018
First language influence on the processing of formulaic language in a second language
K Conklin, G Carrol
Understanding formulaic language: A second language acquisition perspective …, 2018
Challenges in Editing Late Nineteenth-and Early Twentieth-Century Prose Fiction: What Is Editorial" Completeness"?
JM Guy, R Scott, K Conklin, G Carrol
English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 59 (4), 435-455, 2016
Processing punctuation and word changes in different editions of prose fiction
G Carrol, K Conklin, J Guy, R Scott
Scientific Study of Literature 5 (2), 200-228, 2015
Contributions of semantic richness to the processing of idioms
H Findlay, G Carrol
The Mental Lexicon 13 (3), 311-332, 2018
Resolving Figurative Expressions During Reading: The Role of Familiarity, Transparency, and Context
G Carrol, J Littlemore
Discourse Processes 57 (7), 609-626, 2020
Reader expertise and the literary significance of small-scale textual features in prose fiction
F Parente, K Conklin, J Guy, G Carrol, R Scott
Scientific Study of Literature 9 (1), 3-33, 2019
K Conklin, A Pellicer-Sánchez, G Carrol
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Words go together like ‘bread and butter’: The rapid, automatic acquisition of lexical patterns
K Conklin, G Carrol
Applied Linguistics, 2020
Mental Simulation in the Processing of Literal and Metaphorical Motion Language: An Eye Movement Study
E Castaño, G Carrol
Metaphor and Symbol 35 (3), 153-170, 2020
Found in translation: a psycholinguistic investigation of idiom processing in native and non-native speakers
G Carrol
University of Nottingham, 2015
A problem shared is a problem halved: How does congruency between languages affect idiom processing in bilingual speakers
G Carrol, K Conklin, H Gyllstad
EUROSLA 24, 2014, 2014
Found in translation: Evidence from response times and eye-tracking shows that translated idioms are treated as formulaic units in L2
G Carrol, K Conklin, H Gyllstad
The Mental Lexicon, 2014, 2014
Of false friends and familiar foes
G Carrol, J Littlemore, M Dowens
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