Dan Parker
Dan Parker
Associate professor of English and Linguistics at William & Mary
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Negative polarity illusions and the format of hierarchical encodings in memory
D Parker, C Phillips
Cognition 157, 321-339, 2016
672016
The psycholinguistics of ellipsis
C Phillips, D Parker
Lingua 151, 78-95, 2014
652014
Reflexive attraction in comprehension is selective
D Parker, C Phillips
Journal of Memory and Language 94, 272-290, 2017
642017
The cue-based retrieval theory of sentence comprehension: New findings and new challenges
D Parker, M Shvartsman, JA Van Dyke
Language processing and disorders, 121-144, 2017
382017
Interference in the processing of adjunct control
D Parker, S Lago, C Phillips
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1346, 2015
312015
Selective priority for structure in memory retrieval
D Parker, C Phillips
27th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 100, 2014
162014
Language and Location: Map Annotation Project-A GIS-based infrastructure for linguistics information management
Y Xie, H Aristar-Dry, A Aristar, H Lockwood, J Thompson, D Parker, ...
2009 International Multiconference on Computer Science and Information …, 2009
152009
Processing multiple gap dependencies: Forewarned is forearmed
D Parker
Journal of Memory and Language 97, 175-186, 2017
122017
Additive effects of repetition and predictability during comprehension: evidence from event-related potentials
WY Chow, S Lago, S Barrios, D Parker, G Morini, E Lau
PLoS One 9 (6), e99199, 2014
112014
Cue combinatorics in memory retrieval for anaphora
D Parker
Cognitive science 43 (3), e12715, 2019
102019
Encoding and accessing linguistic representations in a dynamically structured holographic memory system
D Parker, D Lantz
Topics in cognitive science 9 (1), 51-68, 2017
92017
Error-driven retrieval in agreement attraction rarely leads to misinterpretation
Z Schlueter, D Parker, E Lau
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1002, 2019
82019
Illusory negative polarity item licensing is selective
D Parker, C Phillips
Poster Presented at the 24th Annual CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference, 2011
72011
A memory-based explanation of antecedent-ellipsis mismatches: New insights from computational modeling
D Parker
Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 3 (1), 2018
52018
Not all phrases are equally attractive: Experimental evidence for selective agreement attraction effects
D Parker, A An
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1566, 2018
52018
Retrieval interference in the resolution of Anaphoric PRO
D Parker, S Lago, C Phillips
Talk given at the Timing of Grammar Workshop at the 35th GLOW Colloquium, 2012
52012
interpreting agreement attraction: Evidence from a novel dual-task paradigm
Z Schlueter, D Parker, E Lau
30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Cambridge, MA, 2017
42017
Illusory NPI licensing: now you see it, now you don’t
D Parker, G MacMillan, C Phillips
Poster Presented at the 26th Annual CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference, 2013
32013
Two minds are not always better than one: Modeling evidence for a single sentence analyzer
D Parker
Glossa, 2019
22019
Linguistic illusions and the format of hierarchical encodings in memory
D Parker, C Phillips
Under review with Cognition, 2016
22016
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