Sarah Brown-Schmidt

Psychology University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
Psycholinguistics, discourse analysis
"Sarah Brown-Schmidt"

Married to Duane Watson


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Michael K. Tanenhaus grad student 2000-2005 Rochester
 (Language processing in conversation.)
Kathryn L. Bock post-doc 2008 UIUC


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Alison M. Trude grad student 2008-2013 UIUC
Evgeniia Diachek grad student 2018-2023 Vanderbilt (Neurotree)
Bethany Gardner grad student 2018-2023 Vanderbilt
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Diachek E, Brown-Schmidt S. (2024) Linguistic features of spontaneous speech predict conversational recall. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Yoon SO, Duff MC, Brown-Schmidt S. (2023) Keeping track of who knows what in multiparty conversation despite severe memory impairment. Neuropsychologia. 194: 108780
Diachek E, Brown-Schmidt S, Polyn SM. (2023) Items Outperform Adjectives in a Computational Model of Binary Semantic Classification. Cognitive Science. 47: e13336
Heller D, Brown-Schmidt S. (2023) The Multiple Perspectives Theory of Mental States in Communication. Cognitive Science. 47: e13322
Clough S, Hilverman C, Brown-Schmidt S, et al. (2022) Evidence of Audience Design in Amnesia: Adaptation in Gesture but Not Speech. Brain Sciences. 12
Diachek E, Brown-Schmidt S. (2022) The effect of disfluency on memory for what was said. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Lord K, Brown-Schmidt S. (2022) Temporary ambiguity and memory for the context of spoken language. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Yoon SO, Benjamin AS, Brown-Schmidt S. (2021) Referential Form and Memory for the Discourse History. Cognitive Science. 45: e12964
Ryskin R, Ng S, Mimnaugh K, et al. (2020) Talker-specific predictions during language processing. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 35: 797-812
Brown-Schmidt S, Cho SJ, Nozari N, et al. (2020) The limited role of hippocampal declarative memory in transient semantic activation during online language processing. Neuropsychologia. 107730
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