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Agnieszka Konopka
Agnieszka Konopka
University of Aberdeen, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguisticss
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei abdn.ac.uk
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Lexical or syntactic control of sentence formulation? Structural generalizations from idiom production
AE Konopka, K Bock
Cognitive Psychology 58 (1), 68-101, 2009
2162009
Planning ahead: How recent experience with structures and words changes the scope of linguistic planning
AE Konopka
Journal of Memory and Language 66 (1), 143-162, 2012
1692012
Little houses and casas pequeñas: Message formulation and syntactic form in unscripted speech with speakers of English and Spanish
S Brown-Schmidt, AE Konopka
Cognition 109 (2), 274-280, 2008
1122008
Priming sentence planning
AE Konopka, AS Meyer
Cognitive Psychology 73, 1-40, 2014
992014
Word order affects the time course of sentence formulation in Tzeltal
E Norcliffe, AE Konopka, P Brown, SC Levinson
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 30 (9), 1187-1208, 2015
742015
Experimental approaches to referential domains and the on-line processing of referring expressions in unscripted conversation
S Brown-Schmidt, AE Konopka
Information 2 (2), 302-326, 2011
732011
Processes of incremental message planning during conversation
S Brown-Schmidt, AE Konopka
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22 (3), 833-843, 2015
692015
Message formulation and structural assembly: Describing “easy” and “hard” events with preferred and dispreferred syntactic structures
M Van de Velde, AS Meyer, AE Konopka
Journal of Memory and Language 71 (1), 124-144, 2014
582014
Message encoding.
AE Konopka, S Brown-Schmidt
Oxford University Press, 2014
572014
Dependencies first: Eye tracking evidence from sentence production in Tagalog
S Sauppe, E Norcliffe, AE Konopka, RD Van Valin, SC Levinson
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
542013
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
462014
Schematic knowledge changes what judgments of learning predict in a source memory task
AE Konopka, AS Benjamin
Memory & Cognition 37 (1), 42-51, 2009
282009
Effects of speech rate and practice on the allocation of visual attention in multiple object naming
AS Meyer, L Wheeldon, F Van der Meulen, A Konopka
Frontiers in psychology 3, 39, 2012
242012
How message similarity shapes the timecourse of sentence formulation
AE Konopka, SE Kuchinsky
Journal of Memory and Language 84, 1-23, 2015
212015
Helping syntax out: What do words do
AE Konopka, JK Bock
Proc. 18th CUNY, 2005
192005
Helping syntax out: How much do words do?
AE Konopka, JK Bock
the 18th CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference [CUNY 2005], 2005
192005
Helping syntax out: How much do words do?
AE Konopka, JK Bock
the 18th CUNY Human Sentence Processing Conference [CUNY 2005], 2005
192005
Vision and language in cross-linguistic research on sentence production
E Norcliffe, AE Konopka
Attention and vision in language processing, 77-96, 2015
162015
What the eyes say about planning of focused referents during sentence formulation: a cross-linguistic investigation
LY Ganushchak, AE Konopka, Y Chen
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1124, 2014
162014
Triggered codeswitching: Lexical processing and conversational dynamics
M Broersma, D Carter, K Donnelly, A Konopka
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23 (2), 295-308, 2020
132020
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