Jeffrey Wood
Jeffrey Wood
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TitleCited byYear
Accent imitation positively affects language attitudes
P Adank, AJ Stewart, L Connell, J Wood
Frontiers in psychology 4, 280, 2013
302013
Conditional advice and inducements: Are readers sensitive to implicit speech acts during comprehension?
M Haigh, AJ Stewart, JS Wood, L Connell
Acta Psychologica 136 (3), 419-424, 2011
272011
Threats may be negative promises (but warnings are more than negative tips)
H Wray, JS Wood, M Haigh, AJ Stewart
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 28 (5), 593-600, 2016
22016
Slippery slope arguments imply opposition to change
AJS Matthew Haigh, Jeffrey S Wood
Memory & Cognition, 1-18, 2016
2*2016
“This isn’ta promise, it’sa threat”: Eye movements reveal semantic scope differences in conditional inducements.
JS Wood, M Haigh, AJ Stewart
Experimental psychology 63 (2), 89, 2016
12016
An eye-tracking examination of readers’ sensitivity to pragmatic scope information during the processing of conditional inducements.
JS Wood, M Haigh, AJ Stewart
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2018
2018
‘It’s hard to write a good article’: The online comprehension of excuses as indirect replies
AJ Stewart, JS Wood, E Le-luan, B Yao, M Haigh
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (6), 1265-1269, 2018
2018
Comprehension of indirect requests is influenced by their degree of imposition
AJ Stewart, E Le-luan, JS Wood, B Yao, M Haigh
Discourse Processes 55 (2), 187-196, 2018
2018
This Isn’ta Promise, It’sa Threat
JS Wood, M Haigh, AJ Stewart
Experimental Psychology, 2016
2016
Comprehending Advice and Inducements: Evidence from Conditionals and Conjunctions
M Haigh, J Wood, L Connell, AJ Stewart
2011
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