Tom Trabasso

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University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
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Rochel Gelman grad student 1967
Simon Garrod grad student 1974 Princeton (LinguisTree)
Aaron P. Kozbelt grad student 2002 Chicago
Jake Bartolone grad student 2004 Chicago
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Trabasso T, Wiley J. (2009) What happens at reunions? Exploring causal connections and their role in reunion effects Discourse Processes. 46: 269-308
Ross H, Ross M, Stein N, et al. (2006) How siblings resolve their conflicts: the importance of first offers, planning, and limited opposition. Child Development. 77: 1730-45
Trabasso T, Wiley J. (2005) Goal plans of action and inferences during comprehension of narratives Discourse Processes. 39: 129-164
Ross H, Stein N, Trabasso T, et al. (2005) The quality of family relationships within and across generations: A social relations analysis International Journal of Behavioral Development. 29: 110-119
Trabasso T, Bartolone J. (2003) Story understanding and counterfactual reasoning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 29: 904-23
Van Den Broek P, Risden K, Tzeng Y, et al. (2001) Inferential questioning: Effects on comprehension of narrative texts as a function of grade and timing Journal of Educational Psychology. 93: 521-529
Magliano JP, Trabasso T, Graesser AC. (1999) Strategic Processing during Comprehension Journal of Educational Psychology. 91: 615-629
Stein N, Folkman S, Trabasso T, et al. (1997) Appraisal and goal processes as predictors of psychological well-being in bereaved caregivers. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 72: 872-84
Özyürek A, Trabasso T. (1997) Evaluation during the understanding of narratives Discourse Processes. 23: 305-335
Trabasso T, Magliano JP. (1996) Conscious understanding during comprehension Discourse Processes. 21: 255-287
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