Holly Branigan
Holly Branigan
Professor of Psychology of Language and Cognition, University of Edinburgh
Verified email at ed.ac.uk
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Syntactic co-ordination in dialogue
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, AA Cleland
Cognition 75 (2), B13-B25, 2000
11902000
The representation of verbs: Evidence from syntactic priming in language production
MJ Pickering, HP Branigan
Journal of Memory and language 39 (4), 633-651, 1998
10701998
Syntactic priming in language production
MJ Pickering, HP Branigan
Trends in cognitive sciences 3 (4), 136-141, 1999
3501999
Discourse constraints on syntactic processing in language production: A cross-linguistic study in English and Spanish
M Prat-Sala, HP Branigan
Journal of Memory and Language 42 (2), 168-182, 2000
3272000
Syntactic priming: Investigating the mental representation of language
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, SP Liversedge, AJ Stewart, TP Urbach
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 24 (6), 489-506, 1995
2941995
Priming prepositional-phrase attachment during comprehension.
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, JF McLean
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (3), 468, 2005
2842005
Syntactic priming in written production: Evidence for rapid decay
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, AA Cleland
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 6 (4), 635-640, 1999
2811999
Genre effects on subject expression in Spanish: Priming in narrative and conversation
CE Travis
Language variation and change 19 (2), 101, 2007
2732007
Contributions of animacy to grammatical function assignment and word order during production
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, M Tanaka
Lingua 118 (2), 172-189, 2008
2632008
Linguistic alignment between people and computers
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, J Pearson, JF McLean
Journal of pragmatics 42 (9), 2355-2368, 2010
2622010
Constituent structure is formulated in one stage
MJ Pickering, HP Branigan, JF McLean
Journal of Memory and Language 46 (3), 586-605, 2002
1982002
Syntactic priming in spoken production: Linguistic and temporal interference
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, AJ Stewart, JF McLean
Memory & Cognition 28 (8), 1297-1302, 2000
1932000
Syntactic alignment and participant role in dialogue
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, JF McLean, AA Cleland
Cognition 104 (2), 163-197, 2007
1842007
Is young children’s passive syntax semantically constrained? Evidence from syntactic priming
K Messenger, HP Branigan, JF McLean, A Sorace
Journal of Memory and Language 66 (4), 568-587, 2012
1382012
Lexical and syntactic representations in closely related languages: Evidence from Cantonese–Mandarin bilinguals
ZG Cai, MJ Pickering, H Yan, HP Branigan
Journal of Memory and Language 65 (4), 431-445, 2011
1362011
Syntactic priming
H Branigan
Language and Linguistics Compass 1 (1‐2), 1-16, 2007
1362007
The role of beliefs in lexical alignment: Evidence from dialogs with humans and computers
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, J Pearson, JF McLean, A Brown
Cognition 121 (1), 41-57, 2011
1292011
Do speakers avoid ambiguities during dialogue?
SL Haywood, MJ Pickering, HP Branigan
Psychological Science 16 (5), 362-366, 2005
1132005
Dyslexic and nondyslexic reading fluency: Rapid automatized naming and the importance of continuous lists
MW Jones, HP Branigan, ML Kelly
Psychonomic bulletin & review 16 (3), 567-572, 2009
1052009
The role of local and global syntactic structure in language production: Evidence from syntactic priming
HP Branigan, MJ Pickering, JF McLean, AJ Stewart
Language and cognitive processes 21 (7-8), 974-1010, 2006
1042006
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