Zenzi M. Griffin

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Psychology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
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Parents

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Kathryn L. Bock grad student UIUC
Gary Dell grad student UIUC

Children

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Tuan Q. Lam research assistant 2005-2006 Georgia Tech (LinguisTree)
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Bedore LM, Peña ED, Griffin ZM, et al. (2016) Effects of Age of English Exposure, Current Input/Output, and grade on bilingual language performance. Journal of Child Language. 1-20
Griffin ZM, Wangerman T. (2013) Parents accidentally substitute similar sounding sibling names more often than dissimilar names. Plos One. 8: e84444
Griffin ZM, Davison JC. (2011) A technical introduction to using speakers' eye movements to study language Mental Lexicon. 6: 53-82
Arnold J, Griffin ZM. (2007) The effect of additional characters on choice of referring expression: Everyone counts. Journal of Memory and Language. 56: 521-536
Griffin ZM, Oppenheimer DM. (2006) Speakers gaze at objects while preparing intentionally inaccurate labels for them. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 32: 943-8
Griffin ZM, Spieler DH. (2006) Observing the what and when of language production for different age groups by monitoring speakers' eye movements. Brain and Language. 99: 272-88
Spieler DH, Griffin ZM. (2006) The influence of age on the time course of word preparation in multiword utterances Language and Cognitive Processes. 21: 291-321
Griffin ZM, Ferreira VS. (2006) Properties of Spoken Language Production Handbook of Psycholinguistics. 21-59
Griffin ZM. (2004) The eyes are right when the mouth is wrong. Psychological Science. 15: 814-21
Griffin ZM. (2003) A reversed word length effect in coordinating the preparation and articulation of words in speaking. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 10: 603-9
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