Lyn Frazier

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Linguistics University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
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Linguistics Language
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Jason  W. Gullifer research assistant 2006-2007 U Mass Amherst (Neurotree)
Amy Schafer grad student 1998 U Mass Amherst
Katy Carlson grad student 2001 U Mass Amherst
Maria N. Carminati grad student 2002 U Mass Amherst
Masako Hirotani grad student 2005 U Mass Amherst
Jesse Harris grad student 2012 U Mass Amherst
Margaret A. Grant grad student 2013 U Mass Amherst
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Clifton C, Xiang M, Frazier L. (2019) A Note on the Voice Mismatch Asymmetry in Ellipsis. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
Frazier L, Dillon B, Clifton C. (2017) Together They Stand: Interpreting Not-At-Issue Content. Language and Speech. 23830917714608
Clifton C, Frazier L. (2017) Evaluation of the epistemic state of the speaker/author. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-34
Clifton C, Frazier L. (2016) Focus in Corrective Exchanges: Effects of Pitch Accent and Syntactic Form. Language and Speech. 59: 544-561
Clifton C, Frazier L. (2016) Accommodation to an Unlikely Episodic State. Journal of Memory and Language. 86: 20-34
Frazier L, Clifton C. (2015) Without his shirt off he saved the child from almost drowning: interpreting an uncertain input. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 30: 635-647
Frazier L. (2015) Two interpretive systems for natural language? Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 44: 7-25
Frazier L. (2015) Do Null Subjects (mis-)Trigger Pro-drop Grammars? Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 44: 669-74
Frazier L, Clifton C. (2015) Without his shirt off he saved the child from almost drowning: Interpreting an uncertain input Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 30: 635-647
Dillon B, Clifton C, Frazier L. (2014) Pushed aside: Parentheticals, Memory and Processing. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 29: 483-498
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