Philip Hofmeister, Ph.D.

Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
"Philip Hofmeister"


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Ivan A. Sag grad student 2008 Stanford
 (Representational complexity and memory retrieval in language comprehension.)
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Hofmeister P, Culicover P, Winkler S. (2015) Effects of Processing on the Acceptability of "Frozen" Extraposed Constituents Syntax. 18: 464-483
Hofmeister P, Vasishth S. (2014) Distinctiveness and encoding effects in online sentence comprehension. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 1237
Hofmeister P, Jaeger TF, Arnon I, et al. (2013) The source ambiguity problem: Distinguishing the effects of grammar and processing on acceptability judgments. Language and Cognitive Processes. 28: 48-87
Hofmeister P, Casasanto LS, Sag IA. (2012) Misapplying working-memory tests: A reductio ad absurdum Language. 88: 408-409
Hofmeister P, Casasanto LS, Sag IA. (2012) How do individual cognitive differences relate to acceptability judgments?: A reply to Sprouse, Wagers, and Phillips Language. 88: 390-400
Hofmeister P. (2011) Representational Complexity and Memory Retrieval in Language Comprehension. Language and Cognitive Processes. 26: 376-405
Hofmeister P, Casasanto LS, Sag IA. (2011) Islands in the grammar? standards of evidence Experimental Syntax and Island Effects. 42-63
Hofmeister P, Sag IA. (2010) Cognitive Constraints and Island Effects. Language. 86: 366-415
Hofmeister P. (2010) A linearization account of either... or constructions Natural Language and Linguistic Theory. 28: 275-314
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