Julie Sedivy

Brown University, Providence, RI 
"Julie Sedivy"
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Aparna S. Nadig grad student 2004 Brown (Neurotree)
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Graham SA, Sedivy J, Khu M. (2014) That's not what you said earlier: preschoolers expect partners to be referentially consistent. Journal of Child Language. 41: 34-50
Sobel DM, Sedivy J, Buchanan DW, et al. (2012) Speaker reliability in preschoolers' inferences about the meanings of novel words. Journal of Child Language. 39: 90-104
Sedivy J, Carlson G. (2011) Sold on Language: How Advertisers Talk to You and What This Says about You Sold On Language: How Advertisers Talk to You and What This Says About You
Myung JY, Blumstein SE, Yee E, et al. (2010) Impaired access to manipulation features in Apraxia: evidence from eyetracking and semantic judgment tasks. Brain and Language. 112: 101-12
Yee E, Blumstein SE, Sedivy JC. (2008) Lexical-semantic activation in Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia: evidence from eye movements. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 20: 592-612
Yee E, Sedivy JC. (2006) Eye movements to pictures reveal transient semantic activation during spoken word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 32: 1-14
Myung JY, Blumstein SE, Sedivy JC. (2006) Playing on the typewriter, typing on the piano: manipulation knowledge of objects. Cognition. 98: 223-43
Yee E, Blumstein SE, Sedivy J. (2004) The time course of lexical activation in Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia: Evidence from eye-movements Brain and Language. 91: 62-63
Sedivy JC. (2003) Pragmatic versus form-based accounts of referential contrast: evidence for effects of informativity expectations. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 32: 3-23
Sussman RS, Sedivy JC. (2003) The time-course of processing syntactic dependencies: Evidence from eye movements Language and Cognitive Processes. 18: 143-163
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