Susanne Gahl

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
"Susanne Gahl"


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Charles Fillmore grad student 2000 UC Berkeley
 (A usage -based model of aphasic sentence comprehension.)


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Yao Yao grad student
Charles B. Chang grad student 2000-2010 UC Berkeley
Clara Cohen grad student 2014 UC Berkeley
Alice Shen grad student 2020 UC Berkeley
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Gahl S. (2015) Lexical competition in vowel articulation revisited: Vowel dispersion in the Easy/Hard database Journal of Phonetics. 49: 96-116
Gahl S, Strand JF. (2015) Many neighborhoods: Phonological and perceptual neighborhood density in lexical production and perception Journal of Memory and Language
Dukhovny E, Gahl S. (2014) Manual motor-plan similarity affects lexical recall on a speech-generating device: implications for AAC users. Journal of Communication Disorders. 48: 52-60
Gahl S, Cibelli E, Hall K, et al. (2014) The "up" corpus: A corpus of speech samples across adulthood Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. 10: 315-328
Gahl S, Yao Y, Johnson K. (2012) Why reduce? Phonological neighborhood density and phonetic reduction in spontaneous speech Journal of Memory and Language. 66: 789-806
Gahl S. (2008) Time and thyme are not homophones: The effect of lemma frequency on word durations in spontaneous speech Language. 84: 474-496
Gahl S, Yu ACL. (2006) Introduction to the special issue on exemplar-based models in linguistics Linguistic Review. 23: 213-216
Gahl S, Garnsey S. (2006) Knowledge of grammar includes knowledge of syntactic probabilities Language. 82: 405-410
Schwartz MF, Dell GS, Martin N, et al. (2006) A case-series test of the interactive two-step model of lexical access: Evidence from picture naming Journal of Memory and Language. 54: 228-264
Gahl S, Jurafsky D, Roland D. (2004) Verb subcategorization frequencies: American English corpus data, methodological studies, and cross-corpus comparisons. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers : a Journal of the Psychonomic Society, Inc. 36: 432-43
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