PublicationsJaeger.bib

@inproceedings{VasishthJaegerNicenboimICCM2017,
 address = {Warwick, UK},
 author = {Vasishth, Shravan and J\"ager, Lena A. and Nicenboim, Bruno},
 booktitle = {{MathPsych 50/ ICCM 15}},
 publisher = {University of Warwick},
 title = {Feature overwriting as a finite mixture process: {E}vidence from comprehension data},
 year = {2017}
}

@inproceedings{MertzenJaegerVasishthCUNY2017,
 address = {Boston, MA},
 author = {Mertzen, Daniela and J\"ager, Lena A. and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {{30th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing}},
 publisher = {Massachusetts Institute of Technology},
 title = {The importance of replication in psycholinguistics},
 year = {2017}
}
@article{Laurinavichyute2017,
 author = {Laurinavichyute, Anna and J\"ager, Lena A. and Akinina, Yulia and Ro\ss , Jennifer and Dragoy, Olga},
 title = {Retrieval and encoding interference: {C}ross-linguistic evidence from anaphor processing},
journal={Frontiers in Psychology},
 volume={8},
 number={965},
 year={2017},
 doi={10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00965},
 url = {
 http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00965/full}
}
@article{JaegerEngelmannVasishth2017,
 author = {J\"ager, Lena A. and Engelmann, Felix and Vasishth, Shravan},
 title = {Similarity-based interference in sentence comprehension: {L}iterature review and {B}ayesian meta-analysis},
 journal = {Journal of Memory and Language},
 volume = {94},
 pages = {316--339},
 year = {2017},
 url = {http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~jaeger/publications/JaegerEngelmannVasishth2017.pdf}
}
@inproceedings{MertzenJaegerVasishthCUNY2017,
 address = {Gainesville, FL},
 author = {Mertzen, Daniela and J\"ager, Lena A. and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {{29th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing}},
 publisher = {University of Florida},
 title = {German relative clauses: {T}he missing-{VP} effect in double and triple embeddings},
 year = {2016}
 }
@inproceedings{EngelmannJaegerVasishthAMLAP2016,
  Author = {J\"ager, Lena A. an Engelmann, Felix and Vasishth, Shravan},
  Address = {Bilbao, Spain},
  Booktitle = {{AMLaP Conference}},
  Publisher = {{U}niversidad del {P}a\'is {V}asco},
  Title = {Interference effects in sentence comprehension: {A} synthesis},
  Year = {2016},
  url = {http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~jaeger/publications/JaegerEngelmannVasishthAMLaP2016.pdf}
}
@inproceedings{LaurinavichyuteJaegerAkininaBenzDragoyAMLaP2015,
 address = {Valletta, Malta},
 author = {Laurinavichyute, Anna and J\"ager, Lena and Akinina, Yulia and Benz, Lena and Dragoy, Olga},
 booktitle = {{AMLaP Conference}},
 publisher = {University of Malta},
 title = {Interference effects in Russian reflexives},
 year = {2015}
}
@inproceedings{LaurinavichyuteJaegerAkininaBenzDragoyCUNY2015,
 address = {Los Angeles, CA},
 author = {Laurinavichyute, Anna and J\"ager, Lena and Akinina, Yulia and Benz, Lena and Dragoy, Olga},
 booktitle = {{28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing}},
 publisher = {University of Southern California},
 title = {Teasing apart retrieval and encoding interference in Russian reflexives},
 year = {2015}
}
@inproceedings{EngelmannJaegerVasishthCUNY2015,
 address = {Los Angeles, CA},
 author = {Engelmann, Felix and J\"ager, Lena and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {{28th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing}},
 publisher = {University of Southern California},
 title = {Cue confusion and distractor prominence can explain inconsistent interference effects},
 year = {2015}
}
@inproceedings{EngelmannJaegerVasishthICCM2015,
 address = {Groningen, The Netherlands},
 author = {Engelmann, Felix and J\"ager, Lena and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {{Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling  (ICCM)}},
 editor ={N. A. Taatgen and M. K. van Vugt and J. P. Borst and K. Mehlhorn},
 publisher = {Rijksuniversiteit Groningen},
 title = {Cue confusion and distractor prominence explain inconsistent effects of retrieval interference in human sentence processing},
 year = {2015},
 pages={192--193}
}
@article{JaegerBenzRoeserDillonVasishth2015,
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena A. and Benz, Lena and Roeser, Jens and Dillon, Brian W. and Vasishth, Shravan},
 title = {Teasing apart retrieval and encoding interference in the processing of anaphors},
 journal={Frontiers in Psychology},
 volume={6},
 number={506},
 year={2015},
 doi={10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00506},
 url = {
 http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00506/full},
 abstract={Two classes of account have been proposed to explain the memory processes subserving the processing of reflexive-antecedent dependencies. Structure-based accounts assume that the retrieval of the antecedent is guided by syntactic tree-configurational information without considering other kinds of information such as gender marking in the case of English reflexives. By contrast, unconstrained cue-based retrieval assumes that all available information is used for retrieving the antecedent. Similarity-based interference effects from structurally illicit distractors which match a non-structural retrieval cue have been interpreted as evidence favoring the unconstrained cue-based retrieval account since cue-based retrieval interference from structurally illicit distractors is incompatible with the structure-based account. However, it has been argued that the observed effects do not necessarily reflect interference occurring at the moment of retrieval but might equally well be accounted for by interference occurring already at the stage of encoding or maintaining the antecedent in memory, in which case they cannot be taken as evidence against the structure-based account. We present three experiments (self-paced reading and eye-tracking) on German reflexives and Swedish reflexive and pronominal possessives in which we pit the predictions of encoding interference and cue-based retrieval interference against each other. We could not find any indication that encoding interference affects the processing ease of the reflexive-antecedent dependency formation. Thus, there is no evidence that encoding interference might be the explanation for the interference effects observed in previous work. We therefore conclude that invoking encoding interference may not be a plausible way to reconcile interference effects with a structure-based account of reflexive processing.}
}
@article{JaegerEngelmannVasishth2015,
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena A. and Engelmann, Felix and Vasishth, Shravan},
 title = {Retrieval interference in reflexive processing: {E}xperimental evidence from {M}andarin, and computational modeling},
 journal={Frontiers in Psychology},
 doi={10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00617},
 volume={6},
 number={617},
 year={2015},
 url = {http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00617/abstract},
 abstract={We conducted two eye-tracking experiments investigating the processing of the Mandarin reflexive ziji in order to tease apart structurally constrained accounts from standard cue-based accounts of memory retrieval. In both experiments, we tested whether structurally inaccessible distractors that fulfill the animacy requirement of ziji influence processing times at the reflexive. In Experiment 1, we manipulated animacy of the antecedent and a structurally inaccessible distractor intervening between the antecedent and the reflexive. In conditions where the accessible antecedent mismatched the animacy cue, we found inhibitory interference whereas in antecedent-match conditions, no effect of the distractor was observed. In Experiment 2, we tested only antecedent-match configurations and manipulated locality of the reflexive-antecedent binding (Mandarin allows non-local binding). Participants were asked to hold three distractors (animate vs. inanimate nouns) in memory while reading the target sentence. We found slower reading times when animate distractors were held in memory (inhibitory interference). Moreover, we replicated the locality effect reported in previous studies. These results are incompatible with structure-based accounts. However, the cue-based ACT-R model of Lewis and Vasishth (2005) cannot explain the observed pattern either. We therefore extend the original ACT-R model and show how this model not only explains the data presented in this article, but is also able to account for previously unexplained patterns in the literature on reflexive processing.}
}
@article{Jaegeretal2015,
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena and Chen, Zhong and Li, Qiang and Lin, Chien-Jer Charles and Vasishth, Shravan},
 title = {The subject-relative advantage in {C}hinese: {E}vidence for expectation-based processing},
 abstract={Chinese relative clauses are an important test case for pitting the predictions of expectation-based accounts against those of memory-based theories. The memory-based accounts predict that object relatives are easier to process than subject relatives because, in object relatives, the distance between the relative clause verb and the head  noun is shorter. By contrast, expectation-based accounts such as surprisal predict that the less frequent object relative should be harder to process. In previous studies on  Chinese relative clause comprehension, local ambiguities may have rendered a comparison  between relative clause types uninterpretable. We designed experimental materials in which no local ambiguities confound the comparison. We ran two experiments (self-paced reading  and eye-tracking) to compare reading difficulty in subject and object relatives which were  placed either in subject or object modifying position. The evidence from our studies is consistent with the predictions of expectation-based accounts but not with those of memory-based theories.},
 keywords={Sentence processing, Relative clause, Structural expectation, Working-memory, Surprisal, Chinese},
 doi={10.1016/j.jml.2014.10.005},
 url = {http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~jaeger/publications/JaegerChenLiLinVasishth2015.pdf},
 journal={Journal of Memory and Language},
 volume={79--80},
 pages={97--120},
 year = {2015}
}
@inproceedings{JaegerEngelmannVasishth2014,
 address = {Edinburgh, UK},
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena and Felix, Engelmann and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {AMLaP Conference},
 publisher = {University of Edinburgh},
 title = {Inhibitory interference in reflexives. {E}vidence for cue confusability},
 year = {2014}
}
@inproceedings{Roeseretal2014,
 address = {Columbus, OH},
 author = {Roeser, Jens and J\"{a}ger, Lena and Benz, Lena and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {{27th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing}},
 publisher = {Ohio State University},
 title = {Encoding and retrieval interference in dependency resolution},
 year = {2014}
}
@inproceedings{LinJaeger2014,
 address = {Chicago, IL},
 author = {Lin, Chien-Jer Charles and J\"{a}ger, Lena},
 booktitle = {{2nd East Asian Psycholinguistics Colloquium (EAPC2)}},
 publisher = {University of Chicago},
 title = {Reading resultative verb compounds in {C}hinese sentences: {A}n eye-tracking study},
 year = {2014}
}
@inproceedings{Jaegeretal2014b,
 address = {Chicago, IL},
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena and Chen, Zhong and Lin, Chien-Jer Charles and Li, Qiang and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {{2nd East Asian Psycholinguistics Colloquium (EAPC2)}},
 keywords = {{C}hinese, relative clauses, expectation-based processing},
 publisher = {University of Chicago},
 title = {The subject-relative advantage in {C}hinese: {E}vidence for expectation-based processing},
 year = {2014}
}
@inproceedings{Jaegeretal2013b,
 address = {Lund, Sweden},
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena and Benz, Lena and Dillon, Brian W. and Vasishth, Shravan},
 title = {Grammatical gender does not lead to similarity-based interference},
 booktitle = {{Book of Abstracts of the 17th European Conference on Eye Movements}},
 editor = {Holmqvist, K. and Mulvey, F. and Johansson, R.},
 journal = {Journal of Eye Movement Research},
 publisher = {Journal of Eye Movement Research, 6(3)},
 year = {2013}
}
@inproceedings{Jaegeretal2013a,
 address = {Columbia, SC},
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena and Vasishth, Shravan and Chen, Zhong and Lin, Chien-Jer Charles},
 booktitle = {{26th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing}},
 publisher = {University of South Carolina},
 title = {Eyetracking evidence for the subject relative advantage in {M}andarin},
 year = {2013}
}
@inproceedings{Benzetal2013,
 address = {Columbia, SC},
 author = {Benz, Lena and J\"{a}ger, Lena and Hofmeister, Philip and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {26th Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference},
 publisher = {University of South Carolina},
 title = {Non-structural search in reflexive resolution: {E}ye-tracking while reading},
 year = {2013}
}
@inproceedings{Chenetal2012c,
 address = {New York, NY},
 author = {Chen, Zhong and J\"{a}ger, Lena and Li, Qiang and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {25th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing},
 publisher = {The CUNY Graduate Center},
 title = {Structural-frequency affects processing cost: {E}vidence from {C}hinese relative clauses},
 year = {2012}
}
@inproceedings{Chenetal2012b,
 address = {Taipei, Taiwan},
 author = {Chen, Zhong and J\"{a}ger, Lena and Hale, John},
 editor={Biq, Y.-O.  and Chen, L.},
 booktitle = {{Proceedings of the  13th International Symposium on Chinese Languages and Linguistics (IsCLL)}},
 publisher = {National Taiwan Normal University},
 title = {Uncertainty reduction as a predictor of reading difficulty in {C}hinese relative clauses},
 url = {http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~jaeger/publications/ChenJaegerHale2012.pdf},
 year = {2012}
}
@inproceedings{JaegerVasishth2012,
 address = {Riva del Garda, Italy},
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {AMLaP Conference},
 publisher = {University of Trento},
 title = {Interference effects in anaphor resolution. {E}yetracking evidence from {M}andarin},
 year = {2012}
}
@incollection{Chenetal2012a,
 address = {Berlin},
 author = {Chen, Zhong and J\"{a}ger, Lena and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {Empirical approaches to linguistic theory: Studies of meaning and structure (Studies in Generative Grammar)},
 editor = {Stolterfoht, B. and Featherston, S.},
 pages = {43--62},
 publisher = {Mouton de Gruyter},
 title = {How structure-sensitive is the parser? {E}vidence from {M}andarin {C}hinese},
 url = {http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~jaeger/publications/ChenJaegerVasishth2012.pdf},
 year = {2012}
}
@inproceedings{Jaegereral2013,
 address = {Marseille},
 author = {J\"{a}ger, Lena and Benz, Lena and Dillon, Brian W. and Vasishth, Shravan},
 booktitle = {{AMLaP Conference}},
 keywords = {interference,reflexives,retrieval,working memory},
 mendeley-tags = {interference,reflexives,retrieval,working memory},
 publisher = {Aix-Marseille Universit\'e},
 title = {Teasing apart encoding from retrieval interference in reflexives},
 url = {http://www.ling.uni-potsdam.de/~jaeger/publications/JaegerChenLiLinVasishth2014.pdf},
 year = {2013}
}