Susan M. Garnsey

Affiliations: 
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
Area:
Language Processing and Language-Brain Relationships
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Justin Aronoff research assistant 1999-2001 UIUC (LinguisTree)
Adam J. Barnas research assistant 2009-2011 UIUC
Yowyu Lin grad student 2010 UIUC (LinguisTree)
Zhenghan Qi grad student 2012 UIUC
Peiyun Zhou grad student 2017
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Zhou P, Garnsey SM, Christianson K. (2020) ERP data on auditory imagery of native and non-native English speech during silent reading. Data in Brief. 29: 105242
Qian Z, Lee EK, Lu DHY, et al. (2019) Native and non-native (L1-Mandarin) speakers of English differ in online use of verb-based cues about sentence structure Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. 22: 897-911
Zhou P, Garnsey S, Christianson K. (2018) Is imagining a voice like listening to it? Evidence from ERPs. Cognition. 182: 227-241
Qian Z, Garnsey S, Christianson K. (2018) A comparison of online and offline measures of good-enough processing in garden-path sentences Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 33: 227-254
Lee EK, Garnsey SM. (2015) An ERP study of plural attraction in attachment ambiguity resolution: Evidence for retrieval interference Journal of Neurolinguistics. 36: 1-16
Lee E, Lu DHY, Garnsey SM. (2013) L1 word order and sensitivity to verb bias in L2 processing Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. 16: 761-775
Lee E, Garnsey SM. (2012) Do contrastive accents modulate the effect of intonational phrase boundaries in parsing Lingua. 122: 1763-1775
Wilson MP, Garnsey SM. (2009) Making simple sentences hard: Verb bias effects in simple direct object sentences. Journal of Memory and Language. 60: 368-392
Pearlmutter NJ, Garnsey SM, Bock K. (1999) Agreement Processes in Sentence Comprehension Journal of Memory and Language. 41: 427-456
Garnsey SM, Pearlmutter NJ, Myers E, et al. (1997) The contributions of verb bias and plausibility to the comprehension of temporarily ambiguous sentences Journal of Memory and Language. 37: 58-93
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