Jesse Snedeker
Jesse Snedeker
Professor of Psychology, Harvard University
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Using prosody to avoid ambiguity: Effects of speaker awareness and referential context
J Snedeker, J Trueswell
Journal of Memory and language 48 (1), 103-130, 2003
The developing constraints on parsing decisions: The role of lexical-biases and referential scenes in child and adult sentence processing
J Snedeker, JC Trueswell
Cognitive psychology 49 (3), 238-299, 2004
Online interpretation of scalar quantifiers: Insight into the semantics-pragmatics interface
YT Huang, J Snedeker
Cognitive Psychology 58 (3), 376-415, 2009
Quantity judgments and individuation: Evidence that mass nouns count
D Barner, J Snedeker
Cognition 97 (1), 41-66, 2005
How words can and cannot be learned by observation
TN Medina, J Snedeker, JC Trueswell, LR Gleitman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (22), 9014-9019, 2011
Why it is hard to label our concepts
J Snedeker, LR Gleitman
Syntactic priming during language comprehension in three-and four-year-old children
M Thothathiri, J Snedeker
Journal of Memory and Language 58 (2), 188-213, 2008
Give and take: Syntactic priming during spoken language comprehension
M Thothathiri, J Snedeker
Cognition 108 (1), 51-68, 2008
Semantic meaning and pragmatic interpretation in 5-year-olds: evidence from real-time spoken language comprehension.
YT Huang, J Snedeker
Developmental psychology 45 (6), 1723, 2009
Effects of prosodic and lexical constraints on parsing in young children (and adults)
J Snedeker, S Yuan
Journal of memory and language 58 (2), 574-608, 2008
What exactly do numbers mean?
YT Huang, E Spelke, J Snedeker
Language Learning and Development 9 (2), 105-129, 2013
Starting Over
J Snedeker, J Geren, CL Shafto
Psychological science 18 (1), 79, 2007
Relatives children say
C McKee, D McDaniel, J Snedeker
Journal of Psycholinguistic research 27, 573-596, 1998
Counting the nouns: Simple structural cues to verb meaning
S Yuan, C Fisher, J Snedeker
Child development 83 (4), 1382-1399, 2012
Children’s assignment of grammatical roles in the online processing of Mandarin passive sentences
YT Huang, X Zheng, X Meng, J Snedeker
Journal of memory and language 69 (4), 589-606, 2013
Verb argument structure predicts implicit causality: The advantages of finer-grained semantics
JK Hartshorne, J Snedeker
Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (10), 1474-1508, 2013
Compositionality and Statistics in Adjective Acquisition: 4‐Year‐Olds Interpret Tall and Short Based on the Size Distributions of Novel Noun Referents
D Barner, J Snedeker
Child development 79 (3), 594-608, 2008
Logic and conversation revisited: Evidence for a division between semantic and pragmatic content in real-time language comprehension
YT Huang, J Snedeker
Language and Cognitive Processes 26 (8), 1161-1172, 2011
Mutual exclusivity in autism spectrum disorders: Testing the pragmatic hypothesis
A De Marchena, IM Eigsti, A Worek, KE Ono, J Snedeker
Cognition 119 (1), 96-113, 2011
Children's early understanding of mass-count syntax: individuation, lexical content, and the number asymmetry hypothesis
D Barner, J Snedeker
Language Learning and Development 2 (3), 163-194, 2006
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