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List of co-cited articles
articles co-cited >1



Times Cited
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Similarity


GazeR: A Package for Processing Gaze Position and Pupil Size Data.
Jason Geller, Matthew B Winn, Tristian Mahr, Daniel Mirman. Behav Res Methods 2020
6
100


The ventrolateral prefrontal cortex facilitates processing of sentential context to locate referents.
Nazbanou Nozari, Daniel Mirman, Sharon L Thompson-Schill. Brain Lang 2016
14
100


If you say thee uh you are describing something hard: the on-line attribution of disfluency during reference comprehension.
Jennifer E Arnold, Carla L Hudson Kam, Michael K Tanenhaus. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2007
55
100

Pronominal resolution and gap filling in agrammatic aphasia: evidence from eye movements.
Cynthia K Thompson, Jungwon Janet Choy. J Psycholinguist Res 2009
42
100

Why um helps auditory word recognition: the temporal delay hypothesis.
Martin Corley, Robert J Hartsuiker. PLoS One 2011
7
100

Disfluency rates in conversation: effects of age, relationship, topic, role, and gender.
H Bortfeld, S D Leon, J E Bloom, M F Schober, S E Brennan. Lang Speech 2001
115
100


The dynamics of lexical competition during spoken word recognition.
James S Magnuson, James A Dixon, Michael K Tanenhaus, Richard N Aslin. Cogn Sci 2007
110
100

Nonparametric statistical testing of EEG- and MEG-data.
Eric Maris, Robert Oostenveld. J Neurosci Methods 2007
100



Memory Interference as a Determinant of Language Comprehension.
Julie A Van Dyke, Clinton L Johns. Lang Linguist Compass 2012
46
100

The syntactic location of hesitation pauses.
P R Hawkins. Lang Speech 1971
22
100


Repeating words in spontaneous speech.
H H Clark, T Wasow. Cogn Psychol 1998
76
100

Similarity-based interference during language comprehension: Evidence from eye tracking during reading.
Peter C Gordon, Randall Hendrick, Marcus Johnson, Yoonhyoung Lee. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2006
71
100

It's the way that you, er, say it: hesitations in speech affect language comprehension.
Martin Corley, Lucy J MacGregor, David I Donaldson. Cognition 2007
40
100

The Auditory Comprehension of Wh-Questions in Aphasia: Support for the Intervener Hypothesis.
Shannon M Sheppard, Matthew Walenski, Tracy Love, Lewis P Shapiro. J Speech Lang Hear Res 2015
18
100

Eye-tracking the time-course of novel word learning and lexical competition in adults and children.
A R Weighall, L M Henderson, D J Barr, S A Cairney, M G Gaskell. Brain Lang 2017
18
100

20
100



How left inferior frontal cortex participates in syntactic processing: Evidence from aphasia.
Tracy Love, David Swinney, Matthew Walenski, Edgar Zurif. Brain Lang 2008
53
100

Using uh and um in spontaneous speaking.
Herbert H Clark, Jean E Fox Tree. Cognition 2002
148
100

Random effects structure for confirmatory hypothesis testing: Keep it maximal.
Dale J Barr, Roger Levy, Christoph Scheepers, Harry J Tily. J Mem Lang 2013
100

Retrieval interference in sentence comprehension.
Julie A Van Dyke, Brian McElree. J Mem Lang 2006
121
100

Dissociable patterns of brain activity during comprehension of rapid and syntactically complex speech: evidence from fMRI.
Jonathan E Peelle, Corey McMillan, Peachie Moore, Murray Grossman, Arthur Wingfield. Brain Lang 2004
63
100

Using a voice to put a name to a face: the psycholinguistics of proper name comprehension.
Dale J Barr, Laura Jackson, Isobel Phillips. J Exp Psychol Gen 2014
20
100

Auditory Sentence Processing in Bilinguals: The Role of Cognitive Control.
Niloofar Akhavan, Henrike K Blumenfeld, Tracy Love. Front Psychol 2020
1
100

Using the Visual World Paradigm to Study Retrieval Interference in Spoken Language Comprehension.
Irina A Sekerina, Luca Campanelli, Julie A Van Dyke. Front Psychol 2016
5
100

Disfluencies and human language comprehension.
Fernanda Ferreira, Karl G D Bailey. Trends Cogn Sci 2004
13
100

Memory-load interference in syntactic processing.
Peter C Gordon, Randall Hendrick, William H Levine. Psychol Sci 2002
112
100




Attention orienting effects of hesitations in speech: evidence from ERPs.
Philip Collard, Martin Corley, Lucy J MacGregor, David I Donaldson. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2008
10
100


Computational principles of working memory in sentence comprehension.
Richard L Lewis, Shravan Vasishth, Julie A Van Dyke. Trends Cogn Sci 2006
222
100

The old and thee, uh, new: disfluency and reference resolution.
Jennifer E Arnold, Michael K Tanenhaus, Rebecca J Altmann, Maria Fagnano. Psychol Sci 2004
50
100

Memory interference during language processing.
P C Gordon, R Hendrick, M Johnson. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn 2001
160
100


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.