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Jean E. Fox Tree

Affiliations: 
University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA, United States 
Area:
psycholinguistics
Website:
http://people.ucsc.edu/~foxtree/
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Josef Chad Schrock grad student 2001 UC Santa Cruz (Neurotree)
Gregory A. Bryant grad student 1998-2004 UC Santa Cruz (Neurotree)
Sarah A. Mayer grad student 2009 UC Santa Cruz (Neurotree)
John M. Tomlinson, Jr. grad student 2009 UC Santa Cruz
Alexandra L. Dunn grad student 2011 UC Santa Cruz (Neurotree)
Sangeeta Nair grad student 2010-2012 UC Santa Cruz (Neurotree)
Charlotte A. Zeamer grad student 2014 UC Santa Cruz (Neurotree)
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Fox Tree JE. (2015) Discourse markers in writing Discourse Studies. 17: 64-82
Tolins J, Fox Tree JE. (2015) Overhearers Use Addressee Backchannels in Dialog Comprehension Cognitive Science
Blackwell NL, Perlman M, Fox Tree JE. (2015) Quotation as a multimodal construction Journal of Pragmatics. 81: 1-7
Dunn AL, Fox Tree JE. (2014) More on language mode International Journal of Bilingualism. 18: 605-613
Tomlinson JM, Liu Q, Fox Tree JE. (2014) The perceptual nature of stress shifts Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 29: 1046-1058
Tolins J, Fox Tree JE. (2014) Addressee backchannels steer narrative development Journal of Pragmatics. 70: 152-164
Zeamer C, Fox Tree JE. (2013) The process of auditory distraction: disrupted attention and impaired recall in a simulated lecture environment. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 39: 1463-72
Fox Tree JE, Clark NB. (2013) Communicative Effectiveness of Written Versus Spoken Feedback Discourse Processes. 50: 339-359
Chevalier JW, Fox Tree JE. (2012) Using heteromodal communication to optimize knowledge and awareness American Journal of Psychology. 125: 361-368
Liu K, Fox Tree JE. (2012) Hedges enhance memory but inhibit retelling. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 19: 892-8
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