Manuscripts under review

Nicenboim, B., S. Vasishth, F. Engelmann and K. Suckow “Exploratory and confirmatory analyses in sentence processing: A case study of number interference in German”. Under review in Cognitive Science; psyarxiv e-print. [paper]

Nicenboim, B., T. B. Roettger and S. Vasishth “Using meta-analysis for evidence synthesis: The case of incomplete neutralization in German”. [paper]

Vasishth, S., M. E. Beckman, B. Nicenboim, F. Li and E. Kong “Bayesian data analysis in the phonetic sciences: A tutorial introduction”.

Vasishth, S., B. Nicenboim, N. Chopin and R. Ryder “Bayesian hierarchical finite mixture models of reading times: A case study”. Under review in Psychological Review. [paper]



Published (or accepted) in peer-reviewed journals

2018

Nicenboim, B. and S. Vasishth (2018). “Models of Retrieval in Sentence Comprehension: A computational evaluation using Bayesian hierarchical modeling”. In: Journal of Memory and Language 99, pp. 1 –34. [paper] [code]

2017

Paape, D, B. Nicenboim and S. Vasishth (2017). “Does antecedent complexity affect ellipsis processing? An empirical investigation”. In: Glossa: A journal of general linguistics. 2.1, p. 71. [paper]

2016

Nicenboim, B, P. Logačev, C. Gattei and S. Vasishth (2016). “When high-capacity readers slow down and low-capacity readers speed up: Working memory and locality effects”. In: Frontiers in Psychology 7.280. [paper] [code]

Nicenboim, B. and S. Vasishth (2016). “Statistical methods for linguistic research: Foundational Ideas - Part II”. In: Language and Linguistics Compass 10.11, pp. 591–613. [paper]

Vasishth, S. and B. Nicenboim (2016). “Statistical Methods for Linguistic Research: Foundational Ideas - Part I”. In: Language and Linguistics Compass 10.8, pp. 349–369. [paper]

2015

Nicenboim, B, S. Vasishth, C. Gattei, M. Sigman and R. Kliegl (2015). “Working memory differences in long-distance dependency resolution”. In: Frontiers in Psychology 6.312. [paper] [code]



Conferences

2017

Vasishth, S., N. Chopin, R. Ryder and B. Nicenboim (2017). “Modelling dependency completion in sentence comprehension as a Bayesian hierarchical mixture process: A case study involving Chinese relative clauses”. In: Proceedings of Cognitive Science Conference. arxiv e-print. London, UK. [paper]

Vasishth, S., L. Jaeger and B. Nicenboim (2017). “Feature overwriting as a finite mixture process: Evidence from comprehension data”. In: Proceedings of MathPsych/ICCM Conference. arxiv e-print. Warwick, UK. [paper]

Albert, A. and B. Nicenboim (2017). “Linking sonority with periodic energy: Preliminary findings from production and perception”. In: 3rd International Workshop on Dynamic Modeling, Cologne, Germany. [talk]

Nicenboim, B. and S. Vasishth (2017). “Models of Retrieval in Sentence Comprehension”. In: StanCon. Columbia University New York, NY. [paper] [talk]

Nicenboim, B. and S. Vasishth (2017). “Models of retrieval in sentence comprehension: A computational evaluation using Bayesian hierarchical modeling”. In: Proceedings of the Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, MA, USA. [poster]

2016

Nicenboim, B., F. Engelmann, K. Suckow and S. Vasishth (2016). “Number interference as predicted by cue-based retrieval”. In: Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) . Bilbao, Spain. [poster]

2015

Nicenboim, B., F. Engelmann, K. Suckow and S. Vasishth (2015). “Fail fast or succeed slowly: Good-enough processing can mask interference effects”. In: International Conference on Cognitive Modeling (ICCM). [poster]

Nicenboim, B., P. Logacev, C. Gattei and S. Vasishth (2015). “When high-capacity readers slow down and low-capacity readers speed up: Working memory differences in unbounded dependencies”. In: Proceedings of Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. [poster]

Nicenboim, B., K. Suckow and S. Vasishth (2015). “Good-enough processing can mask interference effects”. In: Proceedings of Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. [poster]

2014

Nicenboim, B., P. Logacev, C. Gattei and S. Vasishth (2014). “When high-capacity readers slow down and low-capacity readers speed up: Working memory differences in unbounded dependencies for German and Spanish readers”. In: Mental Architecture for Processing and Learning of Language (MAPLL). Tokyo, Japan. [talk]

Nicenboim, B., S. Vasishth and R. Kliegl (2014). “Readers with less cognitive control are more affected by surprising content: Evidence from a self-paced reading experiment in German”. In: Mental Architecture for Processing and Learning of Language (MAPLL). Tokyo, Japan. [paper] [talk]

Nicenboim, B., S. Vasishth and R. Kliegl (2014). “Readers with less cognitive control are more affected by surprising content”. In: Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP). Edinburgh, UK. [poster]

Nicenboim, B., S. Vasishth, R. Kliegl, C. Gattei and M. Sigman (2014). “Working-memory capacity modulates antilocality effects in syntactic dependencies”. In: Proceedings of Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference. The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH. [poster]

2013

Nicenboim, B., S. Vasishth, C. Gattei, P. Logačev and M. Sigman (2013). “The effect of distance on unbounded dependencies: An individual differences perspective”. In: Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP). Aix-Marseille Université, Marseille, France. [poster]

2012

Nicenboim, B. (2012). “Processing of filler-gap dependencies in Complex NP islands: Evidence from Hebrew”. In: Proceedings of Annual CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, New York, NY. [poster]

Nicenboim, B. (2012). “Processing Complex NP islands in Hebrew”. In: Proceedings of Generative Linguistics in the Old World Conference (GLOW), Potsdam, Germany. [talk]