Robin L Thompson
Robin L Thompson
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TitleCited byYear
Iconicity as a general property of language: evidence from spoken and signed languages
P Perniss, R Thompson, G Vigliocco
Frontiers in psychology 1, 227, 2010
3342010
Bimodal bilingualism
K Emmorey, HB Borinstein, R Thompson, TH Gollan
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 11 (1), 43-61, 2008
3292008
Bimodal bilingualism: code-blending between spoken English and American Sign Language
K Emmorey, HB Borinstein, R Thompson
Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Bilingualism, 663-673, 2005
1522005
Eye gaze during comprehension of American Sign Language by native and beginning signers
K Emmorey, R Thompson, R Colvin
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 14 (2), 237-243, 2008
1112008
The road to language learning is iconic: Evidence from British Sign Language
RL Thompson, DP Vinson, B Woll, G Vigliocco
Psychological science 23 (12), 1443-1448, 2012
1012012
The link between form and meaning in American Sign Language: Lexical processing effects.
RL Thompson, DP Vinson, G Vigliocco
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (2), 550, 2009
942009
The relationship between eye gaze and verb agreement in American Sign Language: An eye-tracking study
R Thompson, K Emmorey, R Kluender
Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 24 (2), 571-604, 2006
942006
“Tip of the fingers” experiences by deaf signers: Insights into the organization of a sign-based lexicon
R Thompson, K Emmorey, TH Gollan
Psychological Science 16 (11), 856-860, 2005
912005
The link between form and meaning in British Sign Language: Effects of iconicity for phonological decisions.
RL Thompson, DP Vinson, G Vigliocco
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (4), 1017, 2010
612010
Reading time data for evaluating broad-coverage models of English sentence processing
SL Frank, IF Monsalve, RL Thompson, G Vigliocco
Behavior Research Methods 45 (4), 1182-1190, 2013
352013
The hands and mouth do not always slip together in British Sign Language: Dissociating articulatory channels in the lexicon
DP Vinson, RL Thompson, R Skinner, N Fox, G Vigliocco
Psychological Science 21 (8), 1158-1167, 2010
322010
A faster path between meaning and form? Iconicity facilitates sign recognition and production in British Sign Language
D Vinson, RL Thompson, R Skinner, G Vigliocco
Journal of Memory and Language 82, 56-85, 2015
282015
Early effects of word surprisal on pupil size during reading
S Frank, R Thompson
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
252012
Learning to look: The acquisition of eye gaze agreement during the production of ASL verbs
RL Thompson, K Emmorey, R Kluender
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 12 (4), 393-409, 2009
252009
Iconicity in language processing and acquisition: What signed languages reveal
RL Thompson
Language and Linguistics Compass 5 (9), 603-616, 2011
192011
Eye gaze in American Sign Language: Linguistic functions for verbs and pronouns
RL Thompson
ProQuest, 2006
172006
Is lexical access driven by temporal order or perceptual salience? Evidence from British Sign Language
RL Thompson, DP Vinson, N Fox, G Vigliocco
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
92013
Iconicity in Signed and Spoken Vocabulary: A Comparison Between American Sign Language, British Sign Language, English, and Spanish
M Perlman, H Little, B Thompson, RL Thompson
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1433, 2018
72018
The eyes don’t point: Understanding language universals through person marking in American Signed Language
RL Thompson, K Emmorey, R Kluender, C Langdon
Lingua 137, 219-229, 2013
62013
Effects of word frequency and contextual predictability on sentence reading in aphasia: An eye movement analysis
A Huck, RL Thompson, M Cruice, J Marshall
Aphasiology 31 (11), 1307-1332, 2017
42017
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