Judith Degen, Ph.D.

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2013 School of Arts and Sciences University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Area:
Language Processing, Eye-Movements
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Michael K. Tanenhaus grad student 2013 Rochester
 (Alternatives in Pragmatic Reasoning.)
Noah D. Goodman post-doc Stanford

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Sebastian Schuster grad student 2016-2020 Stanford (E-Tree)
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Degen J, Tonhauser J. (2021) Prior Beliefs Modulate Projection. Open Mind : Discoveries in Cognitive Science. 5: 59-70
Schuster S, Degen J. (2020) I know what you're probably going to say: Listener adaptation to variable use of uncertainty expressions. Cognition. 203: 104285
Degen J, Hawkins RD, Graf C, et al. (2020) When redundancy is useful: A Bayesian approach to "overinformative" referring expressions. Psychological Review
Scontras G, Degen J, Goodman ND. (2019) On the grammatical source of adjective ordering preferences Semantics and Pragmatics. 12: 1-21
Degen J, Trotzke A, Scontras G, et al. (2019) Definitely, maybe: A new experimental paradigm for investigating the pragmatics of evidential devices across languages Journal of Pragmatics. 140: 33-48
Scontras G, Degen J, Goodman ND. (2017) Subjectivity Predicts Adjective Ordering Preferences Open Mind. 1: 53-66
Franke M, Degen J. (2016) Reasoning in Reference Games: Individual- vs. Population-Level Probabilistic Modeling. Plos One. 11: e0154854
Yildirim I, Degen J, Tanenhaus MK, et al. (2016) Talker-specificity and adaptation in quantifier interpretation. Journal of Memory and Language. 87: 128-143
Yildirim I, Degen J, Tanenhaus MK, et al. (2016) Talker-specificity and adaptation in quantifier interpretation Journal of Memory and Language. 87: 128-143
Degen J, Tanenhaus MK. (2015) Availability of Alternatives and the Processing of Scalar Implicatures: A Visual World Eye-Tracking Study. Cognitive Science
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