2010 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary scientific interests are in Syntax, Verb, Sentence, Cognitive psychology and Ambiguity. Within one scientific family, John C. Trueswell focuses on topics pertaining to Phrase under Verb, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Predicate, Utterance, Apprehension, Word order and Noun phrase. John C. Trueswell has included themes like Comprehension and Neuropsychology in his Sentence study.
His Cognitive psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Identification, Word, Object pronoun and Meaning. His study in Ambiguity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Parsing and Reduced relative clause. The various areas that John C. Trueswell examines in his Sentence processing study include Syntactic ambiguity, Cognitive science, Broca's area and Psycholinguistics.
John C. Trueswell spends much of his time researching Cognitive psychology, Sentence, Sentence processing, Verb and Syntax. His Cognitive psychology research integrates issues from Motion, Perception, Comprehension, Referent and Language production. His research in Sentence intersects with topics in Language acquisition, Utterance and Phrase.
His Sentence processing research includes elements of Context, Parsing, Broca's area, Reading and Psycholinguistics. John C. Trueswell has researched Verb in several fields, including Syntactic ambiguity, Noun, Noun phrase and Subject. In his study, Relative clause is inextricably linked to Ambiguity, which falls within the broad field of Syntax.
His primary areas of study are Cognitive psychology, Motion, Artificial intelligence, Natural language processing and Implicit association. John C. Trueswell conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Cognitive psychology and Asymmetry through his works. John C. Trueswell combines subjects such as Affect, Common ground and Speech recognition with his study of Motion.
His work in the fields of Artificial intelligence, such as Semantic property, overlaps with other areas such as Function, Bracket and Top-down and bottom-up design. His work in the fields of Natural language processing, such as Function word, intersects with other areas such as Boundary. His studies deal with areas such as Linguistic description, Salience and Turkish as well as Perception.
His main research concerns Cognitive psychology, Language acquisition, Affect, Motion and Character. In his work, John C. Trueswell performs multidisciplinary research in Cognitive psychology and Event. His studies in Language acquisition integrate themes in fields like Noun, Action, Pronoun, Verb and Syntactic bootstrapping.
His work carried out in the field of Affect brings together such families of science as Common ground, Pragmatics, Language production and Focus. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Visual perception, Natural language and Encoding. His study on Character is intertwined with other disciplines of science such as Test, Context, Interpretation, Space and Active listening.
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Semantic influences on parsing: Use of thematic role information in syntactic ambiguity resolution.
John C. Trueswell;Michael K. Tanenhaus;Susan M. Garnsey.
Journal of Memory and Language (1994)
Verb-specific constraints in sentence processing: Separating effects of lexical preference from garden-paths.
John C. Trueswell;Michael K. Tanenhaus;Christopher Kello.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (1993)
The kindergarten-path effect: studying on-line sentence processing in young children.
John C. Trueswell;Irina Sekerina;Nicole M. Hill;Marian L. Logrip.
Cognitive control and parsing: reexamining the role of Broca's area in sentence comprehension
Jared M. Novick;John C. Trueswell;Sharon L. Thompson-Schill.
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience (2005)
Using prosody to avoid ambiguity: Effects of speaker awareness and referential context
Jesse Snedeker;John Trueswell.
Journal of Memory and Language (2003)
The effects of common ground and perspective on domains of referential interpretation
Joy E Hanna;Michael K Tanenhaus;John C Trueswell.
conference cognitive science (2003)
The developing constraints on parsing decisions: The role of lexical-biases and referential scenes in child and adult sentence processing
Jesse Snedeker;John C. Trueswell.
Cognitive Psychology (2004)
The rapid use of gender information: Evidence of the time course of pronoun resolution from eyetracking
Jennifer E. Arnold;Janet G. Eisenband;Sarah Brown-Schmidt;John C. Trueswell.
THE ROLE OF LEXICAL FREQUENCY IN SYNTACTIC AMBIGUITY RESOLUTION
John C. Trueswell.
Journal of Memory and Language (1996)
Does language guide event perception? Evidence from eye movements
Anna Papafragou;Justin Hulbert;John Trueswell.
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