The Development of Online Language Comprehension

Rabagliati, H., Delaney-Busch, N., Snedeker, J., & Kuperberg, G. (2019). Spared bottom-up but impaired top-down interactive effects during naturalistic language processing in schizophrenia: evidence from the visual-world paradigm. Psychological medicine49(8), 1335-1345.

Özge, D., Küntay, A., & Snedeker, J. (2019). Why wait for the verb? Turkish speaking children use case markers for incremental language comprehension. Cognition183, 152-180.

Paul, P., Ziegler, J., Chalmers, E., & Snedeker, J. (2019). Children and adults successfully comprehend subject-only sentences online. PloS one14(1), e0209670.

Li, J., Liu, L., Chalmers, E., & Snedeker, J. (2018). What is in a name?: The development of cross-cultural differences in referential intuitions. Cognition171, 108-111.

Reuter, T., Feiman, R., & Snedeker, J. (2018). Getting to No: Pragmatic and Semantic Factors in Two‐and Three‐Year‐Olds' Understanding of Negation. Child development89(4), e364-e381.

Kaplan, E., Levari, T., & Snedeker, J. (2017). Eye tracking and spoken language comprehension. In Eye-tracking technology applications in educational research (pp. 88-105). IGI Global.

Huang, Y. & Snedeker, J. (2011). Cascading activation across levels of representation in children’s lexical processing. Journal of Child Language, 38, 644-661.

Thothathiri, M. & Snedeker, J. “The role of thematic roles in sentence processing: evidence from structural priming in young children.”

Huang, Y. & Snedeker, J. “The use of referential context in children’s online interpretation of scalar adjectives.”

Huang, Y. & Snedeker, J. (2009). Semantic meaning and pragmatic interpretation in five-year olds: Evidence from real time spoken language comprehension. Developmental Psychology, 45(6),1723-1739.

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