Matthew L. Hall, Ph.D.

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Psychology University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Area:
Language production, discourse
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Victor S. Ferreira grad student 2012 UCSD
 (Keeping the hands in mind: What elicited pantomime reveals about language structure.)
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Hall ML, Mayberry RI, Ferreira VS. (2017) Acceptability judgments still matter: Deafness and documentation. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e293
Hall ML, Ferreira VS, Mayberry RI. (2015) Syntactic priming in American Sign Language. Plos One. 10: e0119611
Hall ML, Ahn YD, Mayberry RI, et al. (2015) Production and comprehension show divergent constituent order preferences: Evidence from elicited pantomime. Journal of Memory and Language. 81: 16-33
Hall ML, Ferreira VS, Mayberry RI. (2014) Investigating constituent order change with elicited pantomime: a functional account of SVO emergence. Cognitive Science. 38: 943-72
Mayberry RI, Hall ML, Zvaigzne M. (2014) Subjective frequency ratings for 432 ASL signs. Behavior Research Methods. 46: 526-39
Hall ML, Mayberry RI, Ferreira VS. (2013) Cognitive constraints on constituent order: evidence from elicited pantomime. Cognition. 129: 1-17
Hall ML, Bavelier D. (2012) Working Memory, Deafness, and Sign Language The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies, Language, and Education. 2
Hall ML, Ferreira VS, Mayberry RI. (2012) Phonological similarity judgments in ASL: Evidence for maturational constraints on phonetic perception in sign Sign Language and Linguistics (Online). 15: 104-127
Hall ML. (2011) Bilingual picture-word studies constrain theories of lexical selection. Frontiers in Psychology. 2: 381
Hall ML, Bavelier D. (2011) Short-term memory stages in sign vs. speech: the source of the serial span discrepancy. Cognition. 120: 54-66
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