Klinton Bicknell, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
 2011 Linguistics and Cognitive Sci University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
Area:
Behavior Cognition Language, Computational, Electrophysiology, Learning & Memory, Motor Control, Vision Science
Website:
http://faculty.wcas.northwestern.edu/kbicknell/
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Cross-listing: Neurotree

Parents

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Roger Levy grad student 2011 UCSD
 (Eye movements in reading as rational behavior.)
T. Florian Jaeger post-doc 2013-2014 Rochester

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Nicole Irene Mirea grad student 2017-2018 Northwestern (PsychTree)
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Bicknell K, Levy R, Rayner K. (2020) Ongoing Cognitive Processing Influences Precise Eye-Movement Targets in Reading. Psychological Science. 956797620901766
Duan Y, Bicknell K. (2019) A Rational Model of Word Skipping in Reading: Ideal Integration of Visual and Linguistic Information. Topics in Cognitive Science
Simeon KM, Bicknell K, Grieco-Calub TM. (2018) Belief Shift or Only Facilitation: How Semantic Expectancy Affects Processing of Speech Degraded by Background Noise. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 116
Hosier J, Pajak B, Bradlow A, et al. (2018) Generalization in foreign accent adaptation is predicted by similarity of segmental errors across talkers The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 143: 1950-1950
Simeon KM, Bicknell K, Grieco-Calub TM. (2017) The effect of hearing acuity on using semantic expectancy in degraded speech The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 141: 3841-3841
Bicknell K, Jaeger TF, Tanenhaus MK. (2016) Now or … later: Perceptual data are not immediately forgotten during language processing. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e67
Angele B, Schotter ER, Slattery TJ, et al. (2016) Corrigendum to "Do successor effects in reading reflect lexical parafoveal processing? Evidence from corpus-based and experimental eye movement data" [J. Mem. Lang. 79-80 (2015) 76-96] Journal of Memory and Language
Farmer TA, Yan S, Bicknell K, et al. (2015) Form-to-expectation matching effects on first-pass eye movement measures during reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 41: 958-76
Angele B, Schotter ER, Slattery TJ, et al. (2015) Do successor effects in reading reflect lexical parafoveal processing? Evidence from corpus-based and experimental eye movement data Journal of Memory and Language. 79: 76-96
Schotter ER, Bicknell K, Howard I, et al. (2014) Task effects reveal cognitive flexibility responding to frequency and predictability: evidence from eye movements in reading and proofreading. Cognition. 131: 1-27
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