Martin Corley
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Exposure-based models of human parsing: Evidence for the use of coarse-grained (nonlexical) statistical records
DC Mitchell, F Cuetos, MMB Corley, M Brysbaert
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 24 (6), 469-488, 1995
Hesitation Disfluencies in Spontaneous Speech: The Meaning of um
M Corley, OW Stewart
Language and Linguistics Compass 2 (4), 589-602, 2008
It’s the way that you, er, say it: Hesitations in speech affect language comprehension
M Corley, LJ MacGregor, DI Donaldson
Cognition 105 (3), 658-668, 2007
Parsing in different languages
F Cuetos, DC Mitchell, MMB Corley
Language processing in Spanish, 163-208, 2013
Syntactic priming in English sentence production: Categorical and latency evidence from an Internet-based study
M Corley, C Scheepers
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 9 (1), 126-131, 2002
Predicting form and meaning: Evidence from brain potentials
A Ito, M Corley, MJ Pickering, AE Martin, MS Nieuwland
Journal of Memory and Language 86, 157-171, 2016
Timing accuracy of web experiments: A case study using the WebExp software package
F Keller, S Gunasekharan, N Mayo, M Corley
Behavior research methods 41, 1-12, 2009
Effects of context in human sentence parsing: Evidence against a discourse-based proposal mechanism.
DC Mitchell, M Corley, A Garnham
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 18 (1), 69, 1992
Investigating the time-course of phonological prediction in native and non-native speakers of English: A visual world eye-tracking study
A Ito, MJ Pickering, M Corley
Journal of Memory and Language 98, 1-11, 2018
The role of inhibition in the production of disfluencies
PE Engelhardt, M Corley, JT Nigg, F Ferreira
Memory & Cognition 38 (5), 617-628, 2010
Error biases in inner and overt speech: evidence from tongue twisters.
M Corley, PH Brocklehurst, HS Moat
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 37 (1), 162, 2011
Cascading influences on the production of speech: Evidence from articulation
CT McMillan, M Corley
Cognition 117 (3), 243-260, 2010
The lexical bias effect is modulated by context, but the standard monitoring account doesn’t fly: Related beply to Baars et al.(1975)
RJ Hartsuiker, M Corley, H Martensen
Journal of Memory and Language 52 (1), 58-70, 2005
A cognitive load delays predictive eye movements similarly during L1 and L2 comprehension
A Ito, M Corley, MJ Pickering
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 21 (2), 251-264, 2018
Research methods
M Corley, LN Lecture
Psychology 1 Course Handbook 2011/2012, 32, 2012
Listening to the sound of silence: Disfluent silent pauses in speech have consequences for listeners
LJ MacGregor, M Corley, DI Donaldson
Neuropsychologia 48 (14), 3982-3992, 2010
Many Labs 5: Testing pre-data-collection peer review as an intervention to increase replicability
CR Ebersole, MB Mathur, E Baranski, DJ Bart-Plange, NR Buttrick, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (3), 309-331, 2020
Exploring the relationship between gestural recognition and imitation: Evidence of dyspraxia in autism spectrum disorders
H Stieglitz Ham, A Bartolo, M Corley, G Rajendran, A Szabo, S Swanson
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 41, 1-12, 2011
The influence of lexical, conceptual and planning based factors on disfluency production
MJ Schnadt, M Corley
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 28 (28), 2006
Why um helps auditory word recognition: The temporal delay hypothesis
M Corley, RJ Hartsuiker
PloS one 6 (5), e19792, 2011
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