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Jean E. Fox Tree

University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
"Jean Fox Tree"
Mean distance: 15.65 (cluster 15)
Cross-listing: PsychTree - LinguisTree


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Jacqueline J Evans research assistant 2002-2003 UC Santa Cruz
Andrew J. Guydish grad student UC Santa Cruz
Allison Nguyen grad student 2017- UC Santa Cruz (LinguisTree)
Josef Chad Schrock grad student 2001 UC Santa Cruz
Gregory A. Bryant grad student 1998-2004 UC Santa Cruz
Sarah A. Mayer grad student 2009 UC Santa Cruz
John M. Tomlinson, Jr. grad student 2009 UC Santa Cruz
Alexandra L. Dunn grad student 2011 UC Santa Cruz
Charlotte A. Zeamer grad student 2014 UC Santa Cruz


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Pranav Anand collaborator (LinguisTree)
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Guydish AJ, Fox Tree JE. (2021) Reciprocity in Instant Messaging Conversations. Language and Speech. 238309211025070
Guydish AJ, D'Arcey JT, Fox Tree JE. (2020) Reciprocity in Conversation. Language and Speech. 23830920972742
Tolins J, Zeamer C, Fox Tree JE. (2017) Overhearing Dialogues and Monologues: How Does Entrainment Lead to More Comprehensible Referring Expressions? Discourse Processes. 55: 545-565
Tolins J, Fox Tree JE. (2015) Overhearers Use Addressee Backchannels in Dialog Comprehension. Cognitive Science
Fox Tree JE. (2015) Discourse markers in writing Discourse Studies. 17: 64-82
Tolins J, Fox Tree JE. (2015) Overhearers Use Addressee Backchannels in Dialog Comprehension Cognitive Science
Blackwell NL, Perlman M, Fox Tree JE. (2015) Quotation as a multimodal construction Journal of Pragmatics. 81: 1-7
Dunn AL, Fox Tree JE. (2014) More on language mode International Journal of Bilingualism. 18: 605-613
Tomlinson JM, Liu Q, Fox Tree JE. (2014) The perceptual nature of stress shifts Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 29: 1046-1058
Tolins J, Fox Tree JE. (2014) Addressee backchannels steer narrative development Journal of Pragmatics. 70: 152-164
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