Pim Mak
Pim Mak
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The influence of animacy on relative clause processing
WM Mak, W Vonk, H Schriefers
Journal of memory and language 47 (1), 50-68, 2002
Animacy in processing relative clauses: The hikers that rocks crush
WM Mak, W Vonk, H Schriefers
Journal of Memory and Language 54 (4), 466-490, 2006
The gender-congruency effect in picture-word tasks
W La Heij, P Mak, J Sander, E Willeboordse
Psychological Research 61 (3), 209-219, 1998
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
Discourse structure and relative clause processing
WM Mak, W Vonk, H Schriefers
Memory & Cognition 36 (1), 170-181, 2008
The time course of argument reactivation revealed: Using the visual world paradigm
L Koring, P Mak, E Reuland
Cognition 123 (3), 361-379, 2012
The role of causality in discourse processing: Effects of expectation and coherence relations
WM Mak, TJM Sanders
Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (9), 1414-1437, 2013
Connectives and layout as processing signals: How textual features affect students’ processing and text representation.
G van Silfhout, J Evers-Vermeul, WM Mak, TJM Sanders
Journal of Educational Psychology 106 (4), 1036, 2014
Advanced learners’ comprehension of discourse connectives: The role of L1 transfer across on-line and off-line tasks
S Zufferey, W Mak, L Degand, T Sanders
Second Language Research 31 (3), 389-411, 2015
Agree or disagree? Cognitive processes in answering contrastive survey questions
N Kamoen, B Holleman, P Mak, T Sanders, H Van Den Bergh
Discourse Processes 48 (5), 355-385, 2011
Mode of acquisition as a factor in deaf children's reading comprehension
LN Wauters, AEJM Tellings, WHJ van Bon, WM Mak
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 13 (2), 175-192, 2008
English as a lingua franca versus lingua receptiva in problem-solving conversations between Dutch and German students
GJ Blees, WM Mak, JD ten Thije
Applied Linguistics Review 5 (1), 173-193, 2014
Distinctive phonological features differ in relevance for both spoken and written word recognition
M Ernestus, WM Mak
Brain and Language 90 (1), 378-392, 2004
Semantics of Connectives Guides Referential Expectations in Discourse: An Eye-Tracking Study of Dutch and Russian
WM Mak, E Tribushinina, E Andreiushina
Discourse Processes 50 (8), 557-576, 2013
Processing relative clauses: Effects of pragmatic, semantic, and syntactic variables
WM Mak
Katholieke Universiteit, 2001
Comprehension of disaster pictorials across cultures
GJ Blees, WM Mak
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 33 (7), 699-716, 2012
Why are negative questions difficult to answer? On the processing of linguistic contrasts in surveys
N Kamoen, B Holleman, P Mak, T Sanders, H Van Den Bergh
Public Opinion Quarterly, 2017
Analogical effects in reading Dutch verb forms
M Ernestus, WM Mak
Memory & cognition 33 (7), 1160-1173, 2005
Processing Grammatical Gender in Dutch: Evidence from Eye Movements
S Brouwer, S Unsworth, P Mak
A Cross-Linguistic Perspective on the Acquisition of Causal Connectives and Relations
S Zufferey, WM Mak, TJM Sanders
International Review of Pragmatics 7 (1), 22-39, 2015
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