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Brian Dillon
Brian Dillon
Assistant Professor of Linguistics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Verified email at linguist.umass.edu
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Contrasting intrusion profiles for agreement and anaphora: Experimental and modeling evidence
B Dillon, A Mishler, S Sloggett, C Phillips
Journal of Memory and Language 69 (2), 85-103, 2013
3832013
Illusory licensing effects across dependency types: ERP evidence
M Xiang, B Dillon, C Phillips
Brain and Language 108 (1), 40-55, 2009
2542009
The role of feature-number and feature-type in processing Hindi verb agreement violations
A Nevins, B Dillon, S Malhotra, C Phillips
Brain research 1164, 81-94, 2007
1902007
The grammaticality asymmetry in agreement attraction reflects response bias: Experimental and modeling evidence
C Hammerly, A Staub, B Dillon
Cognitive psychology 110, 70-104, 2019
982019
A single‐stage approach to learning phonological categories: Insights from Inuktitut
B Dillon, E Dunbar, W Idsardi
Cognitive science 37 (2), 344-377, 2013
832013
Structured access in sentence comprehension
BW Dillon
612011
The structure-sensitivity of memory access: evidence from Mandarin Chinese
B Dillon, WY Chow, M Wagers, T Guo, F Liu, C Phillips
Frontiers in psychology 5, 107578, 2014
602014
Teasing apart retrieval and encoding interference in the processing of anaphors
LA Jäger, L Benz, J Roeser, BW Dillon, S Vasishth
Frontiers in psychology 6, 130122, 2015
482015
Syntactic memory in the comprehension of reflexive dependencies: an overview
B Dillon
Language and Linguistics Compass 8 (5), 171-187, 2014
482014
Pushed aside: Parentheticals, memory and processing
B Dillon, C Clifton Jr, L Frazier
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (4), 483-498, 2014
482014
Processing covert dependencies: an SAT study on Mandarin wh-in-situ questions
M Xiang, B Dillon, M Wagers, F Liu, T Guo
Journal of East Asian Linguistics 23, 207-232, 2014
442014
Syntactic surprisal from neural models predicts, but underestimates, human processing difficulty from syntactic ambiguities
S Arehalli, B Dillon, T Linzen
arXiv preprint arXiv:2210.12187, 2022
382022
The matrix verb as a source of comprehension difficulty in object relative sentences
A Staub, B Dillon, C Clifton Jr
Cognitive Science 41, 1353-1376, 2017
362017
Which noun phrases is the verb supposed to agree with? Object agreement in American English
B Dillon, A Staub, J Levy, C Clifton Jr
Language, 65-96, 2017
332017
The relationship between anaphor features and antecedent retrieval: Comparing Mandarin ziji and ta-ziji
B Dillon, WY Chow, M Xiang
Frontiers in psychology 6, 163196, 2016
322016
Syntactic and semantic predictors of tense in Hindi: An ERP investigation
B Dillon, A Nevins, AC Austin, C Phillips
Language and cognitive processes 27 (3), 313-344, 2012
312012
A note on interpreting damn expressives: Transferring the blame
L Frazier, B Dillon, C Clifton
Language and Cognition 7 (2), 291-304, 2015
302015
Appositives and their aftermath: Interference depends on at-issue vs. not-at-issue status
B Dillon, C Clifton Jr, S Sloggett, L Frazier
Journal of Memory and Language 96, 93-109, 2017
272017
Individual differences in cue weighting in sentence comprehension: An evaluation using Approximate Bayesian Computation
H Yadav, D Paape, G Smith, BW Dillon, S Vasishth
Open Mind 6, 1-24, 2022
242022
Approaching gradience in acceptability with the tools of signal detection theory
B Dillon, M Wagers
212019
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