Brian W. Dillon, Ph.D.

Linguistics University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Amherst, MA 
"Brian Dillon"


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Colin Phillips grad student 2007-2011 University of Maryland
 (Structured access in sentence comprehension.)
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Anderson CJ, Dillon B. (2023) Grammatical Perspective-Taking in Comprehension and Production. Open Mind : Discoveries in Cognitive Science. 7: 31-78
Hammerly C, Staub A, Dillon B. (2022) Person-based prominence guides incremental interpretation: Evidence from obviation in Ojibwe. Cognition. 225: 105122
Grant M, Sloggett S, Dillon B. (2020) Processing ambiguities in attachment and pronominal reference Glossa. 5: 77
Biondo N, Vespignani F, Dillon B. (2019) Attachment and Concord of Temporal Adverbs: Evidence From Eye Movements. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 983
Hammerly C, Staub A, Dillon B. (2019) The grammaticality asymmetry in agreement attraction reflects response bias: Experimental and modeling evidence. Cognitive Psychology. 110: 70-104
Omaki A, Ovans Z, Yacovone A, et al. (2019) Rebels without a clause: Processing reflexives in fronted wh-predicates Journal of Memory and Language. 107: 80-94
Kush D, Dillon B, Eik R, et al. (2018) Processing of Norwegian complex verbs: Evidence for early decomposition. Memory & Cognition
Dillon B, Andrews C, Rotello CM, et al. (2018) A new argument for co-active parses during language comprehension. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Dillon B, Frazier L, Clifton C. (2018) No longer an orphan: evidence for appositive attachment from sentence comprehension Glossa: a Journal of General Linguistics. 3: 32
Mendia JA, Poole E, Dillon B. (2018) Spurious NPI licensing and exhaustification Semantics and Linguistic Theory. 28: 233-250
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