Chigusa Kurumada, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Brain and Cognitive Sciences University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
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http://chigusakurumada.jimdo.com
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Eve V. Clark grad student 2008-2013 Stanford

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Bethany Gardner research assistant 2015-2018 Rochester
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Kurumada C, Roettger TB. (2022) Thinking probabilistically in the study of intonational speech prosody. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Cognitive Science. 13: e1579
Gardner B, Dix S, Lawrence R, et al. (2021) Online pragmatic interpretations of scalar adjectives are affected by perceived speaker reliability. Plos One. 16: e0245130
Xie X, Buxó-Lugo A, Kurumada C. (2021) Encoding and decoding of meaning through structured variability in intonational speech prosody. Cognition. 211: 104619
Ryskin R, Kurumada C, Brown-Schmidt S. (2019) Information Integration in Modulation of Pragmatic Inferences During Online Language Comprehension. Cognitive Science. 43: e12769
Kurumada C, Grimm S. (2019) Predictability of meaning in grammatical encoding: Optional plural marking. Cognition. 191: 103953
Kurumada C, Brown M, Tanenhaus MK. (2017) Effects of distributional information on categorization of prosodic contours. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Kurumada C, Clark EV. (2016) Pragmatic inferences in context: learning to interpret contrastive prosody. Journal of Child Language. 1-31
Pogue A, Kurumada C, Tanenhaus MK. (2015) Talker-Specific Generalization of Pragmatic Inferences based on Under- and Over-Informative Prenominal Adjective Use. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 2035
Kurumada C, Jaeger TF. (2015) Communicative efficiency in language production: Optional case-marking in Japanese Journal of Memory and Language. 83: 152-178
Kurumada C, Brown M, Bibyk S, et al. (2014) Is it or isn't it: listeners make rapid use of prosody to infer speaker meanings. Cognition. 133: 335-42
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