Duane Watson
Duane Watson
Professor, Department of Psychology and Human Development, Vanderbilt University
Verified email at vanderbilt.edu
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Experimental and theoretical advances in prosody: A review
M Wagner, DG Watson
Language and cognitive processes 25 (7-9), 905-945, 2010
3482010
The relationship between intonational phrasing and syntactic structure in language production
D Watson, E Gibson
Language and cognitive processes 19 (6), 713-755, 2004
2802004
Interpreting pitch accents in online comprehension: H* vs. L+ H
DG Watson, MK Tanenhaus, CA Gunlogson
Cognitive science 32 (7), 1232-1244, 2008
1992008
Reading relative clauses in English
E Gibson, T Desmet, D Grodner, D Watson, K Ko
Walter de Gruyter 16 (2), 313-353, 2005
1952005
Tic Tac TOE: Effects of predictability and importance on acoustic prominence in language production
DG Watson, JE Arnold, MK Tanenhaus
Cognition 106 (3), 1548-1557, 2008
1202008
Recognition memory reveals just how CONTRASTIVE contrastive accenting really is
SH Fraundorf, DG Watson, AS Benjamin
Journal of memory and language 63 (3), 367-386, 2010
1172010
Repetition is easy: Why repeated referents have reduced prominence
TQ Lam, DG Watson
Memory & cognition 38 (8), 1137-1146, 2010
1062010
An acoustic analysis of prosody in high-functioning autism
JJ Diehl, D Watson, L Bennetto, J McDonough, C Gunlogson
Applied psycholinguistics 30 (3), 385, 2009
1042009
Resolving ambiguity: A psycholinguistic approach to understanding prosody processing in high-functioning autism
JJ Diehl, L Bennetto, D Watson, C Gunlogson, J McDonough
Brain and language 106 (2), 144-152, 2008
962008
Intonational phrasing and constituency in language production and comprehension
D Watson, E Gibson
Studia linguistica 59 (2‐3), 279-300, 2005
932005
The influence of contextual contrast on syntactic processing: evidence for strong-interaction in sentence comprehension
D Grodner, E Gibson, D Watson
Cognition 95 (3), 275-296, 2005
872005
The disfluent discourse: Effects of filled pauses on recall
SH Fraundorf, DG Watson
Journal of memory and language 65 (2), 161-175, 2011
862011
Ways of looking ahead: Hierarchical planning in language production
EK Lee, S Brown-Schmidt, DG Watson
Cognition 129 (3), 544-562, 2013
822013
The many roads to prominence: Understanding emphasis in conversation
DG Watson
Psychology of learning and motivation 52, 163-183, 2010
672010
Verbal working memory predicts co-speech gesture: Evidence from individual differences
M Gillespie, AN James, KD Federmeier, DG Watson
Cognition 132 (2), 174-180, 2014
582014
A failure to replicate rapid syntactic adaptation in comprehension
CMH Stack, AN James, DG Watson
Memory & cognition 46 (6), 864-877, 2018
512018
Alice's adventures in um-derland: Psycholinguistic sources of variation in disfluency production
SH Fraundorf, DG Watson
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (9), 1083-1096, 2014
492014
The role of syntactic obligatoriness in the production of intonational boundaries.
D Watson, M Breen, E Gibson
Journal of experimental psychology: learning, memory, and cognition 32 (5), 1045, 2006
472006
Can intonational phrase structure be primed (like syntactic structure)?
KM Tooley, AE Konopka, DG Watson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (2), 348, 2014
452014
What happened (and what did not): Discourse constraints on encoding of plausible alternatives
SH Fraundorf, AS Benjamin, DG Watson
Journal of Memory and Language 69 (3), 196-227, 2013
402013
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