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Submitted

  1. Butler, L.K., Bohnemeyer, J., Jaeger, T.F., Submitted. Plural marking in Yucatec Maya at the syntax-processing interface.

In Press

  1. Graff, P., Jaeger, T.F., In Press. Locality and Feature Specificity in OCP Effects: Evidence from Aymara, Dutch, and Javanese, in: Proceedings of the Main Session of the 45th Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago, IL.
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  2. Jaeger, T.F., In Press. Phonological Optimization and Syntactic Variation: The Case of Optional that, in: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS). Berkeley, CA.
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In Prep

  1. Butler, L.K., Jaeger, T.F., Bohnemeyer, J., In Prep. Is Accessibility Just Likelihood of Topicality? Answers from Spanish and Yucatec Maya. Journal of Memory and Language.

2017

    2016

    1. Yildirim, I., Degen, J., Tanenhaus, M.K., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Talker-specificity and adaptation in quantifier interpretation. Journal of Memory and Language 87, 128–143. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2015.08.003

      Keywords: Adaptation; Talker-specificity; Quantifiers; Semantics; Pragmatics

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    2. Bicknell, K., Jaeger, T.F., Tanenhaus, M.K., 2016. Now or ... later: language processing does not immediately forget perceptual data. Brain and Behavioral Sciences 39, 23–24. doi:10.1017/S0140525X15000734
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    3. Burchill, Z., Liu, L., Weatherholtz, K., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Limits on maintaining perceptual information in accented speech processing, in: The 29rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Gainesville, FL.
    4. Buz, E., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. The (in)dependence of Articulation and Lexical Planning During Isolated Word Production. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31, 404–424. doi:10.1080/23273798.2015.1105984
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    5. Buz, E., Tanenhaus, M.K., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Dynamically adapted context-specific hyper-articulation: Feedback from interlocutors affects speakers’ subsequent pronunciations. Journal of Memory and Language 89, 68–86. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2015.12.009

      Keywords: Language production, Hyper-articulation, Communication, Interlocutor feedback, Perceptual confusability

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    6. Buz, E., Tanenhaus, M.K., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Learning from past miscommunications: Phonetically specific errors by interlocutors lead to phonetically specific hyper-articulation by speakers, in: The 9th International Workshop on Language Production. poster, La Jolla, CA.
    7. Fedzechkina, M., Newport, E.L., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Balancing effort and information transmission during language acquisition: Evidence from word order and case-marking. Cognitive Science. doi:10.1111/cogs.12346
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    8. Fedzechkina, M., Chu, B., Jaeger, T.F., Trueswell, J., 2016. Processing preferences shape language change, in: EvoLang 2016. poster, New Orleans, LA.
    9. Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. The role of verb repetition in cumulative syntactic priming in comprehension. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42, 1362–1376. doi:10.1037/xlm0000236
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    10. Fraundorf, S., Jaeger, T.F., Tanenhaus, M.K., 2016. Dialectal adaptation suggests rapid implicit learning of unfamiliar syntactic structures, in: The 29rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Gainesville, FL.
    11. Fraundorf, S., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Readers generalize adaptation to newly-encountered dialectal structures to other unfamiliar structures. Journal of Memory and Language 91, 28–58. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2016.05.006,
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    12. Jaeger, T.F., Weatherholtz, K., 2016. What the heck is salience? How predictive language processing contributes to sociolinguistic perception. Frontiers in Psychology 7. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01115
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    13. Kleinschmidt, D., Weatherholtz, K., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. How informative is dialect about vowel distributions?, in: Workshop on Higher Order Structure in Speech Variability at 15th Conference on Laboratory Phonology. poster, Ithaca, NY.
    14. Kleinschmidt, D.F., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Re-examining selective adaptation: Fatiguing feature detectors, or distributional learning? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 23, 678–691. doi:10.3758/s13423-015-0943-z
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    15. Kleinschmidt, D.F., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. What do you expect from an unfamiliar talker?, in: Papafragou, A., Grodner, D., Mirman, D., Trueswell, J.C. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Austin, TX, pp. 2351–2356.
    16. Kuperberg, G.N., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. What do we mean by prediction in sentence processing? Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience 31, 32–59. doi:10.1080/23273798.2015.1102299

      Keywords: Language comprehension, prediction error, generative model, probabilistic, surprisal

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    17. Linzen, T., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Uncertainty and Expectation in Sentence Processing: Evidence From Subcategorization Distributions. Cognitive Science 40, 1382–1411. doi:10.1111/cogs.12274

      Keywords: Sentence processing; Uncertainty; Prediction; Entropy reduction; Surprisal; Competition

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    18. Montero Melis, G., Buz, E., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Does syntactic flexibility in production facilitate or inhibit planning?, in: The 29rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Gainesville, FL.
    19. Pajak, B., Fine, A.B., Kleinschmidt, D.F., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Learning additional languages as hierarchical inference: Insights from L1 processing. Language Learning 66, 900–944. doi:10.1111/lang.12168

      Keywords: second language acquisition, hierarchical probabilistic inference, statistical learning, speech adaptation

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    20. Qian, T., Jaeger, T.F., Aslin, R.N., 2016. Incremental implicit learning of bundles of statistical patterns. Cognition 157, 156–173. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2016.09.002
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    21. Seyfarth, S., Buz, E., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Dynamic hyperarticulation of coda voicing contrasts. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139, 31–37. doi:10.1121/1.4942544
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    22. Weatherholtz, K., Liu, L., 2016. Rapid accent adaptation and constraints on cross- talker generalization, in: The 29rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Gainesville, FL.
    23. Weatherholtz, K., Liu, L., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Constraints on cross-talker generalization of foreign-accent adaptation, in: 15th Conference on Laboratory Phonology. poster, Ithaca, NY.
    24. Bainton, L., Rowe, E., Burchill, Z., Liu, L., Weatherholtz, K., Jaeger, T.F., 2016. Rapid adaptation to foreign-accented speech: A web-based replication of Clarke and Garrett (2004), in: 15th Conference on Laboratory Phonology. poster, Ithaca, NY.

    2015

    1. Fedzechkina, M., Trueswell, J., Jaeger, T.F., 2015. Production is biased to provide information cues early: Evidence from miniature artificial languages, in: Dale, R., Jennings, C., Maglio, P., Matlock, T., Noelle, D., Warlaumont, A., Yoshimi, J. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Austin, TX, pp. 674–679.
    2. Kleinschmidt, D.F., Jaeger, T.F., 2015. Robust speech perception: Recognizing the familiar, generalizing to the similar, and adapting to the novel. Psychological Review 122, 148–203. doi:10.1037/a0038695
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    3. Kleinschmidt, D.F., Jaeger, T.F., 2015. A re-evaluation of selective adaptation: Fatiguing feature detectors, or distributional learning? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review Advance online publication. doi:10.3758/s13423-015-0943-z
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    4. Kleinschmidt, D.F., Raizada, R., Jaeger, T.F., 2015. Supervised and unsupervised learning in phonetic adaptation, in: Dale, R., Jennings, C., Maglio, P., Matlock, T., Noelle, D., Warlaumont, A., Yoshimi, J. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Austin, TX, pp. 1129–1134.
    5. Kurumada, C., Jaeger, T.F., 2015. Communicative efficiency in language production : Optional case-marking in Japanese. Journal of Memory and Language 83, 152–178. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2015.03.003
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    6. Liu, L., Jaeger, T.F., 2015. Learning under causal uncertainty in speech perception, in: 21st Architecture and Mechanisms for Language Processing. Malta.

    2014

    1. Weatherholtz, K., Campell-Kibler, K., Jaeger, T.F., 2014. Socially-mediated syntactic Alignment. Language Variation and Change 26, 387–420. doi:10.1017/S0954394514000155
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    2. Butler, L.K., Bohnemeyer, J., Jaeger, T.F., 2014. Syntactic constraints and production preferences for optional plural marking in Yucatec Maya, in: Machicao y Priemer, A., Nolda, A., Sioupi, A. (Eds.), Between Core and Periphery: Studies on Peripheral Phenomena in Language and Grammar, Studia Grammatica. De Gruyter, Berlin: Akademie-Verlag, pp. 181–208.
    3. Buz, E., Jaeger, T.F., Tanenhaus, M.K., 2014. Contextual confusability leads to targeted hyperarticulation, in: Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meetings of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci14). Austin, TX : Cognitive Science Society, pp. 1970–1975.
    4. Farmer, T.A., Fine, A.B., Yan, S., Cheimariou, S., Jaeger, T.F., 2014. Error-Driven Adaptation of Higher-Level Expectations During Natural Reading, in: Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci14). Austin, TX : Cognitive Science Society, pp. 2181–2186.
    5. Fine, A.B., Frank, A., Jaeger, T.F., Van Durme, B., 2014. Biases in Predicting the Human Language Model, in: Proceedings of ACL. Baltimore, MD.
    6. Karuza, E.A., Farmer, T.A., Fine, A.B., Smith, F.X., Jaeger, T.F., 2014. On-line Measures of Prediction in a Self-Paced Statistical Learning Task, in: Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci14). Austin, TX : Cognitive Science Society, pp. 725–730.
    7. Linzen, T., Jaeger, T.F., 2014. Investigating the role of entropy in sentence processing, in: Proceedings of the Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics Workshop at ACL. Baltimore, MD, pp. 10–18.
    8. Norcliffe, E., Jaeger, T.F., 2014. Predicting head-marking variability in Yucatec Maya relative clause production. Language and Cognition 1–39. doi:10.1017/langcog.2014.39
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    9. Butler, L.K., Tilbe, T.J., Bohnemeyer, J., Jaeger, T.F., 2014. Order of nominal conjuncts in visual scene description depends on language, in: Proceedings of the 36th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci14). Austin, TX : Cognitive Science Society, pp. 284–289.

    2013

    1. Yildirim, I., Degen, J., Tanenhaus, M.K., Jaeger, T.F., 2013. Linguistic Variability and Adaptation in Quantifier Meanings, in: The 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci13). Berlin, Germany.
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    2. Craycraft, N., 2013. Distributional Learning in Rapid Syntactic Adaptation. The Journal of Undergraduate Research at The Univerisity of Rochester 11, 34–40.
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    3. Fedzechkina, M., Jaeger, T.F., Newport, E., 2013. Communicative biases shape structures of newly acquired languages, in: The 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci13). Berlin, Germany.
    4. Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., Farmer, T., Qian, T., 2013. Rapid Expectation Adaptation During Syntactic Comprehension. PLoS ONE 8. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0077661
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    5. Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., 2013. Evidence for implicit learning in syntactic comprehension. Cognitive Science 37, 578–591. doi:10.1111/cogs.12022
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    6. Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., 2013. Syntactic priming in language comprehension allows linguistic expectations to converge on the statistics of the input, in: The 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci13). Berlin, Germany.
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    7. Fine, A.B., Farmer, T., Jaeger, T.F., 2013. Syntactic Adaptation: Converging on the statistics of the linguistic environment, in: The 26th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Columbia, SC.
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    8. Gillespie, M., Jaeger, T.F., Ferreira, V., 2013. Incremental Planning of Complex Noun Phrases In Sentence Production, in: The 26th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Columbia, SC.
    9. Hofmeister, P., Jaeger, T.F., Arnon, I., Sag, I.A., Snider, N., 2013. The source ambiguity problem: distinguishing the effects of grammar and processing on acceptability judgments. Language and Cognitive Processes 28, 48–87. doi:10.1080/01690965.2011.572401
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    10. Jaeger, T.F., Snider, N., 2013. Alignment as a consequence of expectation adaptation: syntactic priming is affected by the prime’s prediction error given both prior and recent experience. Cognition 127. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2012.10.013
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    11. Jaeger, T.F., 2013. Production preferences cannot be understood without reference to communication. Frontiers in Psychology 4. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00230
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    12. Jaeger, T.F., Ferreira, V., 2013. Seeking predictions from a predictive framework. Brain and Behavioral Sciences 36, 31–32.
    13. Kurumada, C., Jaeger, T.F., 2013. Communicatively efficient language production and case-marker omission in Japanese, in: The 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci13). Berlin, Germany.
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    14. Buz, E., Jaeger, T.F., 2013. Comparing measures of word confusability and their effect on speech production, in: The 26th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Columbia, SC.

    2012

    1. Qian, T., Jaeger, T.F., Aslin, R.N., 2012. Learning to Represent a Multi-Context Environment: More than Detecting Changes. Frontiers in Psychology 3. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00228
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    2. Buz, E., Jaeger, T.F., 2012. Effects of phonological confusability on speech duration, in: The 25th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, New York, NY.
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    3. Croft, W., Bhattacharya, T., Kleinschmidt, D., Smith, D.E., Jaeger, T.F., 2012. Greenbergian universals, diachrony and statistical analyses. Linguistic Typology 15, 433–453. doi:10.1515/LITY.2011.029
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    4. Degen, J., Jaeger, T.F., 2012. Meaning and production pressures in speakers’ choices: partitive ’some,’ in: The 18th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP). poster, Riva del Garda, Italy.
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    5. Fedzechkina, M., Jaeger, T.F., Newport, E., 2012. Language learners restructure their input to facilitate efficient communication. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109, 17897–17902. doi:10.1073/pnas.1215776109
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    6. Jaeger, T.F., Furth, K., Hilliard, C., 2012. Phonological encoding during unscripted sentence production. Frontiers in Psychology 3. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00481
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    7. Jaeger, T.F., Furth, K., Hilliard, C., 2012. Phonological overlap affects lexical selection during sentence production. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38, 1439–1449. doi:10.1037/a0027862
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    8. Jaeger, T.F., Pontillo, D., Graff, P., 2012. Comment on "Phonemic Diversity Supports a Serial Founder Effect Model of Language Expansion from Africa". Science 335, 1042. doi:10.1126/science.1215107
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    9. Klein, N., Carlson, G., Li, R., Jaeger, T.F., Tanenhaus, M.K., 2012. Classifying and Massifying Incrementally in Chinese Language Comprehension, in: Count and Mass across Language, Oxford Studies in Theoretical Linguistics. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 261–282.
    10. Kleinschmidt, D., Jaeger, T.F., 2012. Evaluation of a Bayesian belief-updating model for the time course of linguistic adaptation, in: The 25th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, New York, NY.
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    11. Kleinschmidt, D., Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., 2012. A Bayesian belief-updating model of syntactic expectation adaptation, in: The 25th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, New York, NY.
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    12. Kleinschmidt, D.F., Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., 2012. A belief-updating model of adaptation and cue combination in syntactic comprehension, in: Miyake, N., Peebles, D., Cooper, R.P. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Sapporo, Japan.

      Keywords: adaptation,bayesian modeling,cue combination,rational analysis,sentence processing

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    13. Kleinschmidt, D.F., Jaeger, T.F., 2012. A continuum of phonetic adaptation: Evaluating an incremental belief-updating model of recalibration and selective adaptation, in: Miyake, N., Peebles, D., Cooper, R.P. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 34th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Cognitive Science Society, Sapporo, Japan.

      Keywords: adaptation,bayesian model-,cue combination,ing,rational analysis,sentence processing

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    14. Qian, T., Jaeger, T.F., 2012. Cue Effectiveness in Communicatively Efficient Discourse Production. Cognitive Science 36, 1312–1336. doi:10.1111/j.1551-6709.2012.01256.x

      Keywords: Language, Cue informativity, Cue effectiveness decay, Entropy, Communicative efficiency, Constant entropy rate, Cross-linguistic

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    15. Arnon, I., Snider, N., Hofmeister, P., Jaeger, T.F., Sag, I.A., 2012. Cross-linguistic Variation in a Processing Account: The Case of Multiple Wh-questions, in: Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS). Sheridan Books, Ann Arbor, MI, pp. 22–35.
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    2011

    1. Watts, A., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Balancing experimental lists without sacrificing voluntary participation, in: Crowdsourcing Technologies for Language and Cognition Studies Workshop at the LSA Institute 2011. talk, Boulder, CO.
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    2. Butler, L.K., Jaeger, T.F., Bohnemeyer, J., Furth, K., 2011. Learning to express visual contrasts in the production of referring expressions in Yucatec Maya, in: Proceedings of the Workshop on the Production of Referring Expressions (PRE-CogSci 2011). Boston, MA.
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    3. Degen, J., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Trading off precision in conveyed meaning for robust communication, in: The 24th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Stanford, CA.
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    4. Degen, J., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Speakers sacrifice some (of the) precision in conveyed meaning to accommodate robust communication, in: The 85th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. talk, Pittsburgh, PA.
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    5. Degen, J., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Speakers sacrifice some (of the) precision in conveyed meaning to accommodate robust communication, in: The 4th Biennial Experimental Pragmatics Conference (XPRAG 2011). talk, Barcelona, Spain.
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    6. Farmer, T., Dikker, S., Bicknell, K., Fine, A., Tanenhaus, M., 2011. Word-Form Typicality Effects on Eye-Movements During Reading, in: The 24th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. Stanford, CA.
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    7. Farmer, T., Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Implicit Context-Specific Learning Leads to Rapid Shifts in Syntactic Expectations, in: The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci11). Boston, MA.
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    8. Fedzechkina, M., Jaeger, T.F., Newport, E., 2011. Functional pressures in (artificial) language learning, in: The 24th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Stanford, CA.
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    9. Fedzechkina, M., Jaeger, T.F., Newport, E., 2011. Functional Biases in Language Learning: Evidence from Word Order and Case-Marking Interaction, in: The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci11). Boston, MA.
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    10. Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Principles and Mechanisms Underlying Syntactic Adaptation, in: The 24th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Stanford, CA.
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    11. Fine, A.B., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Language comprehension is sensitive to changes in the reliability of lexical cues, in: The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci11). Boston, MA.
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    12. Graff, P., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. What Similarity Typology can tell us about the Language Production System, in: The 24th CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Stanford, CA.
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    13. Hilliard, C., Furth, K., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Phonological Encoding in Sentence Production, in: The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci11). Boston, MA.
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    14. Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Corpus-based Research on Language Production: Information Density and Reducible Subject Relatives, in: Bender, E.M., Arnold, J.E. (Eds.), Language From a Cognitive Perspective: Grammar, Usage, and Processing. CSLI Publishers, pp. 161–197.
    15. Jaeger, T.F., Tily, H., 2011. Language Processing Complexity and Communicative Efficiency. WIRE: Cognitive Science 2, 323–335. doi:10.1002/wcs.126
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    16. Jaeger, T.F., Tily, H., Frank, M.C., Gutman, J., Watts, A., 2011. Cultural transmission of grammatical structure: Introducing a web-based iterated language learning paradigm with human participants, in: Crowdsourcing Technologies for Language and Cognition Studies Workshop at the LSA Institute 2011. talk.
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    17. Jaeger, T.F., Graff, P., Croft, W., Pontillo, D., 2011. Mixed effect models for genetic and areal dependencies in linguistic typology: Commentary on Atkinson. Linguistic Typology 15, 281–319. doi:10.1515/LITY.2011.021
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    18. Kleinschmidt, D., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. A Bayesian belief updating model of phonetic recalibration and selective adaptation, in: ACL Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics. Portland, OR.
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    19. Melnick, R., Jaeger, T.F., Wasow, T., 2011. Speakers employ fine-grained probabilistic knowledge, in: The 85th Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. talk, Pittsburgh, PA.
    20. Qian, T., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Topic Shift in Efficient Discourse Production, in: The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci11). Boston, MA.
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    21. Tily, H.J., Frank, M.C., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. The learnability of constructed languages reflects typological patterns, in: The 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci11). Boston, MA.
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    22. Tily, H.J., Jaeger, T.F., 2011. Complementing quantitative typology with behavioral approaches: Evidence for typological universals. Linguistic Typology 15, 497–508. doi:10.1515/LITY.2011.033
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    23. Wasow, T., Jaeger, T.F., Orr, D.M., 2011. Lexical Variation in Relativizer Frequency, in: Simon, H., Wiese, H. (Eds.), Workshop on Expecting the Unexpected: Exceptions in Grammar at the 27th Annual Meeting of the German Linguistic Association (DGfS). De Gruyter Mouton, Cologne, Germany, pp. 205–211.
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    24. Butler, L.K., Jaeger, T.F., Bohnemeyer, J., 2011. Psycholinguistics and under-represented languages: Number in Yucatec Maya sentence production, in: The 29th West Coast Conference on Formal Linguistics. poster, Tucson, AZ.
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    2010

    1. Qian, T., Jaeger, T.F., 2010. Close = Relevant? The Role of Context in Efficient Language Production, in: Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics. Uppsala, Sweden.
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    2. Fine, A., Qian, T., Jaeger, T.F., Jacobs, R., 2010. Is there syntactic adaptation in language comprehension?, in: Proceedings of the 48th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics. Uppsala, Sweden.
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    3. Frank, A., Jaeger, T.F., 2010. Review of R. Harald Baayen. 2008. Analyzing linguistic data: a practical introduction to statistics using R. Functions of Language 17, 134–143.
    4. Furth, K., 2010. Phonological Inhibition in Spontaneous Speech Production.
    5. Furth, K., Hilliard, C., Jaeger, T.F., 2010. Phonological Interference in Unscripted and Scripted Sentence Production, in: The 6th International Workshop on Language Production. poster, Edinburgh, UK.
    6. Furth, K., Hilliard, C., Jaeger, T.F., 2010. Phonological Interference in Unscripted and Scripted Sentence Production, in: The 16th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Production (AMLaP). talk, York, UK.
    7. Gómez Gallo, C., Jaeger, T.F., Polinsky, M., 2010. Spanish Left Dislocation: An Alternative Strategy for Inter-Clausal Planning, in: The 23rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, New York, NY.
    8. Gómez Gallo, C., Jaeger, T.F., Furth, K., 2010. A Database for the Exploration of Spanish Planning, in: Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC). Malta.
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    9. Jaeger, T.F., 2010. Redundancy and Reduction: Speakers Manage Information Density. Cognitive Psychology 61, 23–62. doi:10.1016/j.cogpsych.2010.02.002

      Keywords: Efficient language production; Rational cognition; Syntactic production; Syntactic reduction; Complementizer that-mentioning

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    10. Jaeger, T.F., Levy, R., Ferreira, V., 2010. Context-Sensitive Information Density Affects Syntactic Production – Even in the Lab, in: The 23rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, New York, NY.
    11. Jaeger, T.F., Post, M., 2010. Word Production in Spontaneous Speech: Availability and Communicative Efficiency, in: The 23rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, New York, NY.
    12. Melnick, R., Jaeger, T.F., Wasow, T., 2010. Speakers Embody Fine-Grained Probabilistic Knowledge, in: The 23rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, New York, NY.
    13. Norcliffe, E., Jaeger, T.F., 2010. Uniform Information Density in Yucatec Maya Sentence Production, in: The 23rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, New York, NY.
    14. Norcliffe, E., Jaeger, T.F., 2010. Uniform Information Density in Yucatec Maya Sentence Production, in: 6th International Workshop on Language Production. poster, Edinburgh, UK.
    15. Butler, L.K., Jaeger, T.F., Housel, K., Gómez Gallo, C., Lemieux, A., Bohnemeyer, J., 2010. Psycholinguistics in the field: Accessibility-driven Production in Yukatek Maya, in: The 23rd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, New York, NY.

    2009

    1. Qian, T., Jaeger, T.F., 2009. Universal Efficient Language Use? Constant Entropy in Mandarin Chinese, in: Proceedings of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. poster, San Fransisco, CA.
    2. Van Durme, B., Frank, A., Jaeger, T.F., 2009. Comparing sources of corpus frequency information, in: The 22nd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Davis, CA.
    3. Frank, A., Salverda, A.P., Jaeger, T.F., Tanenhaus, M.K., 2009. Analyzing multinomial time-series with “state” dependencies, in: The 22nd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Davis, CA.
    4. Gómez Gallo, C., Jaeger, T.F., 2009. How Incremental is Language Production, in: Proceedings of the 22nd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Davis, CA.
    5. Graff, P., Jaeger, T.F., 2009. Modeling OCP Effects in the Javanese Lexicon, in: Proceedings of the UCLA - UC Berkeley Conference on the Languages of Southeast Asia. Los Angeles, CA.
    6. Graff, P., Jaeger, T.F., 2009. Optimizing Distinctiveness: Similarity Avoidance in the Mental Lexicon, in: The 22nd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Davis, CA.
    7. Jaeger, T.F., Norcliffe, E., 2009. The cross-linguistic study of sentence production: State of the art and a call for action. Language and Linguistic Compass 3, 866–887. doi:10.1111/j.1749-818X.2009.00147.x
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    8. Jaeger, T.F., Frank, A., Gómez Gallo, C., Wagner Cook, S., 2009. Rational Language Production: Evidence for Uniform Information Density, in: Proceedings of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America. poster, San Fransisco, CA.
    9. Klein, N., Li, R., Jaeger, T.F., Carlson, G., Tanenhaus, M.K., 2009. Understanding the Mass/Count Distinction Cross-linguistically: Chinese and English Classifiers in the Visual World, in: The 22nd CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Davis, CA.
    10. Qian, T., Jaeger, T.F., 2009. Evidence for Efficient Language Production in Chinese, in: The 31st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci09). Amsterdam, pp. 851–856.
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    11. Cook, S.W., Jaeger, T.F., Tanenhaus, M.K., 2009. Producing Less Preferred Structures: More Gestures, Less Fluency, in: The 31st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci09). Amsterdam, pp. 62–67.
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    2008

    1. Tanenhaus, M.K., Frank, A., Jaeger, T.F., Masharov, M., Salverda, A.P., 2008. The art of the state: Mixed effect regression modeling in the Visual World, in: The 21st CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Chapel Hill, NC.
    2. Frank, A., Jaeger, T.F., 2008. Speaking Rationally: Uniform Information Density as an Optimal Strategy for Language Production, in: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci08). Washington, D.C., pp. 939–944.
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    3. Frank, A., Jaeger, T.F., 2008. Models of speaker choice in production: Integrating information and availability, in: The 21st CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Chapel Hill, NC.
    4. Frank, A.F., Kidd, C., Post, M., Van Durme, B., Jaeger, T.F., 2008. The Web as a Psycholinguistic Resource, in: 5th International Workshop on Language Production. poster, Annapolis, MD.
    5. Gómez Gallo, C., Jaeger, T.F., Allen, J., Swift, M., 2008. Production in a Multimodal Corpus: How Speakers Communicate Complex Actions, in: Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC). Morocco.
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    6. Gómez Gallo, C., Jaeger, T.F., Smyth, R., 2008. From Message to Syntax: Incremental Syntactic Planning beyond the Clause Level, in: The 21st CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Chapel Hill, NC.
    7. Gómez Gallo, C., Jaeger, T.F., Smyth, R., 2008. Incremental Syntactic Planning across Clauses, in: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci08). Washington, D.C., pp. 1294–1299.
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    8. Housel, K., 2008. Phonological Priming in Spontaneous Speech Production, in: University of Rochester Undergraduate Research Expo 2008. talk, Rochester, NY.
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    9. Jaeger, T.F., 2008. Categorical Data Analysis: Away from ANOVAs (transformation or not) and towards Logit Mixed Models. Journal of Memory and Language 59, 434–446. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2007.11.007

      Keywords: Arcsine-square-root transformation; Logistic regression; Mixed logit models; Categorical data analysis

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    10. Jaeger, T.F., Federenko, E., Hofmeister, P., Gibson, E., 2008. Expectation-based Syntactic Processing: Anti-locality outside of Head-final Languages, in: The 21st CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Chapel Hill, NC.
    11. Jaeger, T.F., Kidd, C., 2008. A Unified Model of Redundancy Avoidance and Strategic Lengthening, in: The 21st CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. poster, Chapel Hill, NC.
    12. Jaeger, T.F., Snider, N., 2008. Implicit learning and syntactic persistence: Surprisal and Cumulativity, in: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci08). Washington, D.C., pp. 1061–1066.
    13. Qian, T., 2008. Investigating Information Distribution in Chinese and Chinese English, in: University of Rochester Undergraduate Research Expo 2008. talk, Rochester, NY.
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    14. Cook, S.W., Jaeger, T.F., Tanenhaus, M.K., 2008. Producing Dispreferred Structures, in: The 21st CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. talk, Chapel Hill, NC.

    2007

    1. Frank, A., Jaeger, T.F., 2007. A Theory Of Choice In Production: Uniform Information Density Vs. Availability-Based Production, in: 13th Anuual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP). talk, Turku, Finland.
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    2. Jaeger, T.F., 2007. Rational Speakers: speakers help processing when it is most necessary, in: 13th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP). talk, Turku, Finland.
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    3. Jaeger, T.F., 2007. Usage or Grammar? Comprehension and production share access to same probabilities, in: Linguistics Society of America (LSA) 2007 Annual Meeting. talk, Anaheim, CA.
    4. Jaeger, T.F., Snider, N., 2007. Implicit learning and syntactic persistence: Surprisal and Cumulativity (Working Paper No. Rochester Working Papers in the Language Sciences 3(1). University of Rochester.
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    5. Levy, R., Jaeger, T.F., 2007. Speakers optimize information density through syntactic reduction, in: Schölkopf, B., Platt, J., Hoffman, T. (Eds.), Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 19. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, pp. 849–856.
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    2006

    1. Jaeger, T.F., 2006. Redundancy and Syntactic Reduction in Spontaneous Speech (PhD thesis). Stanford University.
    2. Jaeger, T.F., Wasow, T., 2006. Processing as a Source of Accessibility Effects on Variation, in: Cover, R.T., Kim, Y. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 31st Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (BLS). Sheridan Books, Ann Arbor, MI.
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    2005

    1. Jaeger, T.F., 2005. “That” indicates anticipated production difficulty: Evidence from disfluencies, in: Proceedings of Disfluency in Spontaneous Speech. Aix-en-Provence, France, pp. 103–109.
    2. Walter, M.A., Jaeger, T.F., 2005. Constraints on Optional that: A Strong Word Form OCP Effect, in: Proceedings of Main Session of the 41st Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society. Chicago, IL, pp. 505–519.
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