Robin L. Thompson, Ph.D.

Linguistics and Cognitive Sci University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Syntax, psycholinguistics
"Robin Thompson"


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Karen Emmorey grad student
Robert Kluender grad student 2006 UCSD
 (Eye gaze in American Sign Language: Linguistic functions for verbs and pronouns.)
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Kumcu A, Thompson RL. (2018) Less imageable words lead to more looks to blank locations during memory retrieval. Psychological Research
Watkins F, Thompson RL. (2017) The relationship between sign production and sign comprehension: What handedness reveals. Cognition. 164: 144-149
Huck A, Thompson RL, Cruice M, et al. (2017) The influence of sense-contingent argument structure frequencies on ambiguity resolution in aphasia. Neuropsychologia
Vinson D, Thompson RL, Skinner R, et al. (2015) A faster path between meaning and form? Iconicity facilitates sign recognition and production in British Sign Language Journal of Memory and Language. 82: 56-85
Frank SL, Fernandez Monsalve I, Thompson RL, et al. (2013) Reading time data for evaluating broad-coverage models of English sentence processing. Behavior Research Methods. 45: 1182-90
Emmorey K, Petrich JA, Gollan TH. (2013) Bimodal bilingualism and the frequency-lag hypothesis. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education. 18: 1-11
Thompson RL, Emmorey K, Kluender R, et al. (2013) The eyes don't point: Understanding language universals through person marking in american signed language Lingua. 137: 219-229
Thompson RL, Vinson DP, Woll B, et al. (2012) The road to language learning is iconic: evidence from British Sign Language. Psychological Science. 23: 1443-8
Thompson RL. (2011) Iconicity in language processing and acquisition: What signed languages reveal Linguistics and Language Compass. 5: 603-616
Perniss P, Thompson RL, Vigliocco G. (2010) Iconicity as a general property of language: evidence from spoken and signed languages. Frontiers in Psychology. 1: 227
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