Herbert H. Clark

Psychology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Psycholinguistics, pragmatics
"Herbert Clark"

Husband of Eve Clark.

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Mahesh Srinivasan research assistant 2003-2005 Stanford
Patricia A. Carpenter grad student Stanford
Jean E. Fox Tree grad student Stanford
Richard Gerrig grad student Stanford
Greg Murphy grad student Stanford
Gisela Redeker grad student Stanford (LinguisTree)
Marcel A. Just grad student 1972 Stanford
Barbara Malt grad student 1978-1982 Stanford
Susan E. Brennan grad student 1986-1990 Stanford
Mija M. Van Der Wege grad student 2000 Stanford
Timothy S. Paek grad student 2001 Stanford
Lauren J. Shapiro grad student 2002 Stanford
Michelle Gumbrecht grad student 2008 Stanford
Deborah J. Hendersen grad student 2008 Stanford
Angela M. Kessell grad student 2008 Stanford
Tristan C. Thomte grad student 2009 Stanford
Teenie Matlock post-doc 2001-2003 Stanford
Daniel Casasanto post-doc 2005-2008 Stanford
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Clark HH. (2016) Depicting as a Method of Communication. Psychological Review
Clark HH, Van Der Wege MM. (2008) Imagination in Discourse The Handbook of Discourse Analysis. 772-786
Clark HH, Krych MA. (2004) Speaking while monitoring addressees for understanding Journal of Memory and Language. 50: 62-81
Clark HH, Fox Tree JE. (2002) Using uh and um in spontaneous speaking. Cognition. 84: 73-111
Clark HH. (2002) Speaking in time Speech Communication. 36: 5-13
Clark HH, Wasow T. (1998) Repeating words in spontaneous speech. Cognitive Psychology. 37: 201-42
Fox Tree JE, Clark HH. (1997) Pronouncing "the" as "thee" to signal problems in speaking. Cognition. 62: 151-67
Clark HH. (1997) Dogmas of understanding Discourse Processes. 23: 567-598
Brennan SE, Clark HH. (1996) Conceptual pacts and lexical choice in conversation. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 22: 1482-93
McRoberts GW, Clark HH. (1996) The role of lexical access in spontaneous speech disfluencies The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 100: 2573-2573
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