Adrian Staub

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2003-2008 Psychological and Brain Sciences University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, United States 
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Charles (Chuck) Clifton grad student 2003-2008 U Mass Amherst
 (The computation of subject -verb number agreement: Response time studies.)
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Starns JJ, Chen T, Staub A. (2017) Eye movements in forced-choice recognition: Absolute judgments can preclude relative judgments Journal of Memory and Language. 93: 55-66
Staub A, Dillon B, Clifton C. (2016) The Matrix Verb as a Source of Comprehension Difficulty in Object Relative Sentences. Cognitive Science
White SJ, Drieghe D, Liversedge SP, et al. (2016) The word frequency effect during sentence reading: A linear or nonlinear effect of log frequency? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-11
Kingston J, Levy J, Rysling A, et al. (2016) Eye Movement Evidence for an Immediate Ganong Effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance
Cohen AL, Sidlowski S, Staub A. (2016) Beliefs and Bayesian reasoning. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Cohen AL, Staub A. (2015) Within-subject consistency and between-subject variability in Bayesian reasoning strategies. Cognitive Psychology. 81: 26-47
Staub A. (2015) The Effect of Lexical Predictability on Eye Movements in Reading: Critical Review and Theoretical Interpretation Linguistics and Language Compass. 9: 311-327
Abbott MJ, Staub A. (2015) The effect of plausibility on eye movements in reading: Testing E-Z Reader's null predictions Journal of Memory and Language. 85: 76-87
Staub A, Grant M, Astheimer L, et al. (2015) The influence of cloze probability and item constraint on cloze task response time Journal of Memory and Language. 82: 1-17
Helfer KS, Staub A. (2014) Competing speech perception in older and younger adults: behavioral and eye-movement evidence. Ear and Hearing. 35: 161-70
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