Judith Degen
Judith Degen
Assistant professor, Stanford University (Linguistics)
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Processing Scalar Implicature: A Constraint‐Based Approach
J Degen, MK Tanenhaus
Cognitive Science 39 (4), 667-710, 2015
1612015
Availability of Alternatives and the Processing of Scalar Implicatures: A Visual World Eye‐Tracking Study
J Degen, MK Tanenhaus
Cognitive science 40 (1), 172-201, 2016
812016
Subjectivity predicts adjective ordering preferences
G Scontras, J Degen, ND Goodman
Open Mind 1 (1), 53-66, 2017
672017
Investigating the distribution of some (but not all) implicatures using corpora and web-based methods
J Degen
Semantics and Pragmatics 8 (11), 1-55, 2015
672015
Making inferences; the case of scalar implicature processing
J Degen, MK Tanenhaus
Proceedings of the 33rd annual conference of the cognitive science society …, 2011
662011
Talker-specificity and adaptation in quantifier interpretation
I Yildirim, J Degen, MK Tanenhaus, TF Jaeger
Journal of Memory and Language 87, 128-143, 2016
612016
Cost-based pragmatic inference about referential expressions
J Degen, M Franke, G Jäger
Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2013
532013
How projective is projective content? Gradience in projectivity and at-issueness
J Tonhauser, DI Beaver, J Degen
Journal of Semantics 35 (3), 495-542, 2018
472018
Reasoning in Reference Games: Individual-vs. Population-Level Probabilistic Modeling
M Franke, J Degen
PloS one 11 (5), e0154854, 2016
462016
Lost your marbles? The puzzle of dependent measures in experimental pragmatics
J Degen, ND Goodman
Proceedings of the 36th annual conference of the cognitive science society …, 2014
442014
Wonky worlds: Listeners revise world knowledge when utterances are odd
J Degen, MH Tessler, ND Goodman
Proceedings of CogSci37, 2015
392015
An information-theoretic explanation of adjective ordering preferences
M Hahn, J Degen, N Goodman, D Jurafsky, R Futrell
Proceedings of the 40th annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2018
362018
Optimal reasoning about referential expressions
J Degen, M Franke
Proceedings of semdial, 2012
342012
When redundancy is useful: A Bayesian approach to "overinformative" referring expressions.
J Degen, RD Hawkins, C Graf, E Kreiss, ND Goodman
Psychological Review, 2020
332020
Why do you ask? Good questions provoke informative answers.
RXD Hawkins, A Stuhlmüller, J Degen, ND Goodman
Proceedings of CogSci37, 2015
332015
Alternatives in pragmatic reasoning
J Degen
University of Rochester, 2013
242013
Linguistic variability and adaptation in quantifier meanings
I Yildirim, J Degen, MK Tanenhaus, TF Jaeger
Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science …, 2013
242013
Animal, dog, or dalmatian? Level of abstraction in nominal referring expressions
C Graf, J Degen, RXD Hawkins, ND Goodman
Proceedings of the 38th annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2016
232016
Constraint-based pragmatic processing
J Degen, MK Tanenhaus
Handbook of Experimental Semantics and Pragmatics, 2019
182019
FIASCO: filtering the internet by automatic subtree classification, Osnabruck
D Bauer, J Degen, X Deng, P Herger, J Gasthaus, E Giesbrecht, L Jansen, ...
Building and Exploring Web Corpora: Proceedings of the 3rd Web as Corpus …, 2007
172007
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