Felix Engelmann
Felix Engelmann
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Similarity-based interference in sentence comprehension: Literature review and Bayesian meta-analysis
LA Jäger, F Engelmann, S Vasishth
Journal of Memory and Language 94, 316-339, 2017
912017
Processing grammatical and ungrammatical center embeddings in English and German: A computational model
F Engelmann, S Vasishth
Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Cognitive Modeling …, 2009
482009
Retrieval interference in reflexive processing: experimental evidence from Mandarin, and computational modeling
LA Jäger, F Engelmann, S Vasishth
Frontiers in psychology 6, 617, 2015
442015
What eye movements can tell us about sentence comprehension
S Vasishth, T von der Malsburg, F Engelmann
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 4 (2), 125-134, 2013
392013
Exploratory and confirmatory analyses in sentence processing: A case study of number interference in German
B Nicenboim, S Vasishth, F Engelmann, K Suckow
Cognitive science 42, 1075-1100, 2018
34*2018
A framework for modeling the interaction of syntactic processing and eye movement control
F Engelmann, S Vasishth, R Engbert, R Kliegl
Topics in cognitive science 5 (3), 452-474, 2013
262013
The effect of prominence and cue association on retrieval processes: A computational account
F Engelmann, LA Jӓger, S Vasishth
Cognitive Science 43 (12), e12800, 2019
212019
A computational investigation of sources of variability in sentence comprehension difficulty in aphasia
P Mätzig, S Vasishth, F Engelmann, D Caplan, F Burchert
Topics in Cognitive Science 10 (1), 161-174, 2018
162018
The determinants of retrieval interference in dependency resolution: Review and computational modeling
F Engelmann, LA Jäger, S Vasishth
Manuscript submitted, 2015
152015
Computational models of retrieval processes in sentence processing
S Vasishth, B Nicenboim, F Engelmann, F Burchert
Trends in Cognitive Sciences 23 (11), 968-982, 2019
132019
Toward an integrated model of sentence processing in reading
F Engelmann
Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 2016
102016
Language-general and language-specific phenomena in the acquisition of inflectional noun morphology: A cross-linguistic elicited-production study of Polish, Finnish and Estonian
S Granlund, J Kolak, V Vihman, F Engelmann, EVM Lieven, JM Pine, ...
Journal of Memory and Language 107, 169-194, 2019
82019
How the input shapes the acquisition of verb morphology: Elicited production and computational modelling in two highly inflected languages
F Engelmann, S Granlund, J Kolak, M Szreder, B Ambridge, J Pine, ...
Cognitive psychology 110, 30-69, 2019
62019
Fail fast or succeed slowly: good-enough processing can mask interference effects
B Nicenboim, F Engelmann, K Suckow, S Vasishth
Proceedings of the CUNY Sentence Processing Conference, University of …, 2015
52015
Cue confusion and distractor prominence can explain inconsistent interference effects
FI Engelmann, L Jäger
University of Southern California, 2015
42015
Inhibitory interference in reflexives: evidence for cue confusability
L Jäger, F Engelmann, S Vasishth
Poster Presnted at the 20th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language …, 2014
22014
Cue confusion and distractor prominence explain inconsistent effects of retrieval interference in human sentence processing
F Engelmann, L Jäger, S Vasishth
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling …, 2015
12015
Predicting individual differences in underspecification: An integrated model of good-enough processing
F Engelmann, S Vasishth
Poster presented at CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, 2014
12014
Interfacing parsing and eye movement control in reading
F Engelmann, S Vasishth, R Engbert, R Kliegl
Talk at the 20th European ACT-R Workshop in Groningen, Groningen, NL, 2013
12013
A cognitive model interfacing eye movements with parsing
F Engelmann, S Vasishth
Journal ofMemory and Language 59 (3), 266-293, 2013
12013
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