Alexandra A. Cleland
Alexandra A. Cleland
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TitleCited byYear
Syntactic co-ordination in dialogue
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, AA Cleland
Cognition 75 (2), B13-B25, 2000
11162000
The use of lexical and syntactic information in language production: Evidence from the priming of noun-phrase structure
AA Cleland, MJ Pickering
Journal of Memory and Language 49 (2), 214-230, 2003
4802003
Syntactic priming in written production: Evidence for rapid decay
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, AA Cleland
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 6 (4), 635-640, 1999
2611999
Syntactic alignment and participant role in dialogue
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, JF McLean, AA Cleland
Cognition 104 (2), 163-197, 2007
1742007
Do writing and speaking employ the same syntactic representations?
AA Cleland, MJ Pickering
Journal of Memory and Language 54 (2), 185-198, 2006
1652006
Activation of syntactic information during language production
MJ Pickering, HP Branigan, AA Cleland, AJ Stewart
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 29 (2), 205-216, 2000
842000
Sex differences in the spatial representation of number.
R Bull, AA Cleland, T Mitchell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (1), 181, 2013
592013
Frequency effects in spoken and visual word recognition: Evidence from dual-task methodologies.
AA Cleland, MG Gaskell, PT Quinlan, J Tamminen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 32 (1), 104, 2006
582006
The role of numerical and non-numerical cues in nonsymbolic number processing: Evidence from the line bisection task
AA Cleland, R Bull
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 68 (9), 1844-1859, 2015
402015
The influence of sentential position on noun phrase structure priming
A Melinger, AA Cleland
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (11), 2211-2235, 2011
372011
The nature of phoneme representation in spoken word recognition.
MG Gaskell, PT Quinlan, J Tamminen, AA Cleland
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 137 (2), 282, 2008
312008
Implicit response-irrelevant number information triggers the SNARC effect: Evidence using a neural overlap paradigm
T Mitchell, R Bull, AA Cleland
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65 (10), 1945-1961, 2012
242012
Participant role and syntactic alignment in dialogue
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, JF McLean, AA Cleland
242007
Familiarity breeds dissent: Reliability analyses for British-English idioms on measures of familiarity, meaning, literality, and decomposability
E Nordmann, AA Cleland, R Bull
Acta Psychologica 149, 87-95, 2014
212014
Processing semantic ambiguity: Different loci for meanings and senses
J Tamminen, AA Cleland, PT Quinlan, MG Gaskell
Proceedings of the 28th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2006
172006
Spoken word processing creates a lexical bottleneck
AA Cleland, J Tamminen, PT Quinlan, MG Gaskell
Language and Cognitive Processes 27 (4), 572-593, 2012
112012
Polysemy advantage with abstract but not concrete words
B Jager, AA Cleland
Journal of psycholinguistic research 45 (1), 143-156, 2016
102016
A hearer-oriented evaluation of referring expression generation
IH Khan, K Van Deemter, G Ritchie, A Gatt, AA Cleland
Proceedings of the 12th European Workshop on Natural Language Generation, 98-101, 2009
62009
Polysemy in the mental lexicon: relatedness and frequency affect representational overlap
B Jager, MJ Green, AA Cleland
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (3), 425-429, 2016
52016
Cat Got Your Tongue? Using the Tip‐of‐the‐Tongue State to Investigate Fixed Expressions
E Nordmann, AA Cleland, R Bull
Cognitive science 37 (8), 1553-1564, 2013
52013
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