Melody Dye

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
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Michael Ramscar research assistant 2007-2010 Stanford
Michael N. Jones grad student 2011-2016 Indiana University
Richard M. Shiffrin grad student 2011-2016 Indiana University
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Johns BT, Dye M, Jones M. (2019) Author accepted manuscript: Estimating the Prevalence and Diversity of Words in Written Language. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021819897560
Johns BT, Dye M. (2019) Gender bias at scale: Evidence from the usage of personal names. Behavior Research Methods
Dye M, Milin P, Futrell R, et al. (2017) Alternative Solutions to a Language Design Problem: The Role of Adjectives and Gender Marking in Efficient Communication. Topics in Cognitive Science
Jones MN, Dye M, Johns BT. (2017) Context as an Organizing Principle of the Lexicon Psychology of Learning and Motivation
Johns BT, Dye M, Jones MN. (2015) The influence of contextual diversity on word learning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Hirshorn EA, Dye MW, Hauser P, et al. (2015) The contribution of phonological knowledge, memory, and language background to reading comprehension in deaf populations. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1153
Riordan B, Dye M, Jones MN. (2015) Grammatical number processing and anticipatory eye movements are not tightly coordinated in English spoken language comprehension. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 590
Ramscar M, Dye M, Klein J. (2013) Children value informativity over logic in word learning. Psychological Science. 24: 1017-23
Ramscar M, Dye M, Gustafson JW, et al. (2013) Dual routes to cognitive flexibility: learning and response-conflict resolution in the dimensional change card sort task. Child Development. 84: 1308-23
Ramscar M, Dye M, McCauley SM. (2013) Errorand expectation in language learning: The curiousabsence of mouses inadult speech Language. 89: 760-793
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