J. Vogels
J. Vogels
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Who is where referred to how, and why? The influence of visual saliency on referent accessibility in spoken language production
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Language and cognitive processes 28 (9), 1323-1349, 2013
512013
How cognitive load influences speakers' choice of referring expressions
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Cognitive science 39 (6), 1396-1418, 2015
342015
Leve hun! Waarom hun nog steeds hun zeggen
G Van Bergen, W Stoop, J Vogels, H De Hoop
Nederlandse taalkunde 16 (1), 2-29, 2011
322011
Salience and attention in surprisal-based accounts of language processing
A Zarcone, M Van Schijndel, J Vogels, V Demberg
Frontiers in psychology 7, 844, 2016
262016
When a stone tries to climb up a slope: the interplay between lexical and perceptual animacy in referential choices
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Frontiers in psychology 4, 154, 2013
232013
Choosing referring expressions in Belgian and Netherlandic Dutch: Effects of animacy
J Vogels, A Maes, E Krahmer
Lingua 145, 104-121, 2014
142014
The Index of Cognitive Activity as a measure of cognitive processing load in dual task settings
J Vogels, V Demberg, J Kray
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2276, 2018
112018
Referential choices in language production: The role of accessibility
J Vogels
Tilburg center for Cognition and Communication (TiCC), 2014
112014
The placement of bare plural subjects in Dutch
J Vogels, MJA Lamers
Linguistics in the Netherlands 25 (1), 169-180, 2008
92008
Referential cohesion in Swedish preschool children's narratives
J Lindgren, J Vogels
Journal of Pragmatics 133, 45-62, 2018
72018
Where to place inaccessible subjects in Dutch: The role of definiteness and animacy
J Vogels, G Van Bergen
Corpus linguistics and linguistic theory 13 (2), 369-398, 2017
42017
G-TUNA: a corpus of referring expressions in German, including duration information
D Howcroft, J Vogels, V Demberg
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Natural Language …, 2017
42017
How speakers adapt object descriptions to listeners under load
J Vogels, DM Howcroft, E Tourtouri, V Demberg
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35 (1), 78-92, 2020
32020
How visual saliency affects referent accessibility
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
22011
Accessibility and reference production: the interplay between linguistic and non-linguistic factors
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
PsyArXiv. October 1, 2018
1*2018
Subject first or topic first
J Vogels
Master’s thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen, 2009
12009
Both thematic role and next-mention biases affect pronoun use in Dutch.
J Vogels
CogSci, 3029-3035, 2019
2019
Eye-movement: effects of animacy-features on language use
S Collin, H Hoop, PJF de Swart, R Vardi, J Vogels
2017
Cognitive load does not decrease pronoun use when speaker’s and addressee’s
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 35 (35), 2013
2013
Effects of cognitive load on the choice of referential form
J Vogels, E Krahmer, A Maes
[sn], 2013
2013
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