Eve V. Clark

Linguistics Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
Child language acquisition
"Eve Clark"

Wife of Herb Clark.

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John Lyons grad student 1969 Edinburgh


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Inbal Arnon grad student
Naomi Baron grad student Stanford
Marisa Casillas grad student
Masoud Jasbi grad student
Casey Lew-Williams grad student Stanford
Scott Schwenter grad student Stanford
Lily Wong Fillmore grad student (Neurotree)
David Alexander McKercher grad student 2001 Stanford
Michelle Marie Chouinard grad student 2005 Stanford
Jean-Philippe Marcotte grad student 2005 Stanford
Bruno Estigarribia grad student 2007 Stanford
Chigusa Kurumada grad student 2008-2013 Stanford
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Jasbi M, Jaggi A, Clark EV, et al. (2022) Context-Dependent Learning of Linguistic Disjunction. Journal of Child Language. 1-36
Clark EV. (2020) Conversational Repair and the Acquisition of Language Discourse Processes. 57: 441-459
Clark EV. (2020) Perspective-taking and pretend-play: Precursors to figurative language use in young children Journal of Pragmatics. 156: 100-109
Lustigman L, Clark EV. (2018) Exposure and feedback in language acquisition: adult construals of children's early verb-form use in Hebrew. Journal of Child Language. 1-24
Clark EV. (2018) Conversation and Language Acquisition: A Pragmatic Approach Language Learning and Development. 14: 170-185
Kurumada C, Clark EV. (2016) Pragmatic inferences in context: learning to interpret contrastive prosody. Journal of Child Language. 1-31
Falkum IL, Recasens M, Clark EV. (2016) "The moustache sits down first": on the acquisition of metonymy. Journal of Child Language. 1-33
Casillas M, Bobb SC, Clark EV. (2015) Turn-taking, timing, and planning in early language acquisition. Journal of Child Language. 1-28
Veneziano E, Clark EV. (2015) Early verb constructions in French: adjacency on the left edge. Journal of Child Language. 1-38
Clark EV, Lindsey KL. (2015) Turn-taking: a case study of early gesture and word use in answering WHERE and WHICH questions. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 890
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