Ted J.M. Sanders
Ted J.M. Sanders
professor of discourse studies, Utrecht University
Adresse e-mail validée de uu.nl
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Toward a taxonomy of coherence relations
TJM Sanders, WPM Spooren, LGM Noordman
Discourse processes 15 (1), 1-35, 1992
9981992
The role of coherence relations and their linguistic markers in text processing
TJM Sanders, LGM Noordman
Discourse processes 29 (1), 37-60, 2000
5772000
The classification of coherence relations and their linguistic markers: An exploration of two languages
A Knott, T Sanders
Journal of pragmatics 30 (2), 135-175, 1998
4341998
Coherence relations in a cognitive theory of discourse representation
TJM Sanders, WPM Spooren, LGM Noordman
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 4 (2), 93-134, 1993
3801993
Semantic and pragmatic sources of coherence: On the categorization of coherence relations in context
T Sanders
Discourse processes 24 (1), 119-147, 1997
2691997
What makes speech sound fluent? The contributions of pauses, speed and repairs
HR Bosker, AF Pinget, H Quené, T Sanders, NH De Jong
Language Testing 30 (2), 159-175, 2013
2492013
L1 use during L2 writing: An empirical study of a complex phenomenon
D Van Weijen, H Van den Bergh, G Rijlaarsdam, T Sanders
Journal of Second language writing 18 (4), 235-250, 2009
2372009
The impact of relational markers on expository text comprehension in L1 and L2
L Degand, T Sanders
Reading and writing 15 (7), 739-757, 2002
2292002
Coherence, causality and cognitive complexity in discourse
T Sanders
Proceedings/Actes SEM-05, First International Symposium on the exploration …, 2005
2002005
The acquisition order of coherence relations: On cognitive complexity in discourse
W Spooren, T Sanders
Journal of pragmatics 40 (12), 2003-2026, 2008
1712008
Cohesion and coherence: Linguistic approaches
T Sanders, HP Maat
Elsevier, 2006
1572006
Subjectivity in causal connectives: An empirical study of language in use
HP Maat, T Sanders
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 12 (3), 247-273, 2002
1462002
Domains of use or subjectivity? The distribution of three Dutch causal connectives explained
HP Maat, T Sanders
Cause-Condition-Concession-Contrast, 57-82, 2009
1402009
Discourse and text structure
T Sanders, W Spooren
Handbook of cognitive linguistics, 916-941, 2007
1322007
Coherence marking, prior knowledge, and comprehension of informative and persuasive texts: Sorting things out
J Kamalski, T Sanders, L Lentz
Discourse Processes 45 (4-5), 323-345, 2008
1242008
Causality, cognition and communication: A mental space analysis of subjectivity in causal connectives
T Sanders, J Sanders, E Sweetser
Causal categories in discourse and cognition, 19-60, 2009
1222009
Causal connectives in discourse processing: How differences in subjectivity are reflected in eye movements
AR Canestrelli, WM Mak, TJM Sanders
Language and Cognitive processes 28 (9), 1394-1413, 2013
1202013
The emergence of Dutch connectives; how cumulative cognitive complexity explains the order of acquisition
J Evers-Vermeul, T Sanders
Journal of Child Language 36 (4), 829-854, 2009
1202009
Text representation as an interface between language and its users.
T Sanders, W Spooren
International workshop on text representation: Linguistic and …, 2001
1152001
Effect of genre on the generalizability of writing scores
R Bouwer, A Béguin, T Sanders, H Van den Bergh
Language Testing 32 (1), 83-100, 2015
1102015
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