Katy Carlson, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2001 University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
Area:
Linguistics Language, Cognitive Psychology
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Lyn Frazier grad student 2001 U Mass Amherst
 (Parallelism and prosody in the processing of ellipsis sentences.)

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David Potter grad student
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Carlson K, Harris JA. (2018) Zero-Adjective Contrast in Much-less Ellipsis: The Advantage for Parallel Syntax. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 33: 77-97
Harris JA, Carlson K. (2017) Information Structure Preferences in Focus-Sensitive Ellipsis: How Defaults Persist. Language and Speech. 23830917737110
Harris JA, Carlson K. (2015) Keep it local (and final): Remnant preferences in 'let alone' ellipsis. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-56
Carlson K. (2014) Predicting contrast in sentences with and without focus marking. Lingua. International Review of General Linguistics. Revue Internationale De Linguistique Generale. 150: 78-91
Frazier L, Clifton C, Carlson K, et al. (2014) Standing alone with prosodic help. Language and Cognitive Processes. 29: 459-469
Carlson K. (2013) The Role of Only in Contrasts in and out of Context. Discourse Processes. 50: 249-275
Carlson K, Frazier L, Clifton C. (2009) How prosody constrains comprehension: A limited effect of prosodic packaging. Lingua. International Review of General Linguistics. Revue Internationale De Linguistique Generale. 119: 1066-1082
Carlson K, Clifton C, Frazier L. (2009) Nonlocal effects of prosodic boundaries. Memory & Cognition. 37: 1014-25
Carlson K, Dickey MW, Frazier L, et al. (2009) Information structure expectations in sentence comprehension. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 62: 114-39
Carlson K. (2009) How prosody influences sentence comprehension Linguistics and Language Compass. 3: 1188-1200
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