Tessa Warren
Tessa Warren
Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh
Verified email at pitt.edu
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The influence of referential processing on sentence complexity
T Warren, E Gibson
Cognition 85 (1), 79-112, 2002
5082002
Using EZ Reader to model the effects of higher level language processing on eye movements during reading
ED Reichle, T Warren, K McConnell
Psychonomic bulletin & review 16 (1), 1-21, 2009
4212009
The effect of plausibility on eye movements in reading.
K Rayner, T Warren, BJ Juhasz, SP Liversedge
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 30 (6), 1290, 2004
3972004
Reading‐time evidence for intermediate linguistic structure in long‐distance dependencies
E Gibson, T Warren
Syntax 7 (1), 55-78, 2004
1602004
Investigating effects of selectional restriction violations and plausibility violation severity on eye-movements in reading
T Warren, K McConnell
Psychonomic bulletin & review 14 (4), 770-775, 2007
1442007
Effects of NP type in reading cleft sentences in English
T Warren, E Gibson
Language and Cognitive Processes 20 (6), 751-767, 2005
1262005
Effects of context on eye movements when reading about possible and impossible events.
T Warren, K McConnell, K Rayner
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 34 (4), 1001, 2008
1162008
Investigating the causes of wrap-up effects: Evidence from eye movements and E–Z Reader
T Warren, SJ White, ED Reichle
Cognition 111 (1), 132-137, 2009
1032009
Beginning adult L2 learners' sensitivity to morphosyntactic violations: A self-paced reading study
N Tokowicz, T Warren
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 22 (7), 1092-1106, 2010
422010
Eye movements when reading implausible sentences: Investigating potential structural influences on semantic integration
ND Patson, T Warren
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 63 (8), 1516-1532, 2010
292010
Evidence for distributivity effects in comprehension.
ND Patson, T Warren
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (3), 782, 2010
252010
The conceptual representation of number
ND Patson, G George, T Warren
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (7), 1349-1365, 2014
242014
Serial or parallel? Using depth-of-processing to examine attention allocation during reading
ED Reichle, PM Vanyukov, PA Laurent, T Warren
Vision Research 48 (17), 1831-1836, 2008
242008
Building complex reference objects from dual sets
ND Patson, T Warren
Journal of memory and language 64 (4), 443-459, 2011
232011
The influence of plausibility and anomaly on eye movements in reading
T Warren
The Oxford Handbook on Eye Movements, 911-923, 2011
22*2011
Structural prediction in aphasia: Evidence from either
T Warren, MW Dickey, CM Lei
Journal of neurolinguistics 39, 38-48, 2016
202016
The effects of discourse status on intuitive complexity: Implications for quantifying distance in a locality-based theory of linguistic complexity
T Warren, E Gibson
Poster presented at the Twelfth CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, New York, 1999
181999
Comprehending the impossible: what role do selectional restriction violations play?
T Warren, E Milburn, ND Patson, MW Dickey
Language, cognition and neuroscience 30 (8), 932-939, 2015
162015
World knowledge affects prediction as quickly as selectional restrictions: evidence from the visual world paradigm
E Milburn, T Warren, MW Dickey
Language, cognition and neuroscience 31 (4), 536-548, 2016
152016
The emergence of frequency effects in eye movements
PM Vanyukov, T Warren, ME Wheeler, ED Reichle
Cognition 123 (1), 185-189, 2012
152012
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