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Ruth Corps
Ruth Corps
Early Career Research Fellow, University of Sheffield
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Coordinating utterances during turn-taking: the role of prediction, response preparation, and articulation
RE Corps, C Gambi, MJ Pickering
Discourse Processes 55 (2), 230-240, 2018
692018
Early preparation during turn-taking: Listeners use content predictions to determine what to say but not when to say it
RE Corps, A Crossley, C Gambi, MJ Pickering
Cognition 175, 77-95, 2018
682018
Overrated gaps: Inter-speaker gaps provide limited information about the timing of turns in conversation
RE Corps, B Knudsen, AS Meyer
Cognition 223, 105037, 2022
222022
Predicting turn-ends in discourse context
RE Corps, MJ Pickering, C Gambi
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 34 (5), 615-627, 2019
212019
How top-down processing enhances comprehension of noise-vocoded speech: Predictions about meaning are more important than predictions about form
RE Corps, H Rabagliati
Journal of Memory and Language 113, 104114, 2020
172020
How do listeners time response articulation when answering questions? The role of speech rate.
RE Corps, C Gambi, MJ Pickering
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 46 (4), 781, 2020
112020
Prediction involves two stages: Evidence from visual-world eye-tracking
RE Corps, C Brooke, MJ Pickering
Journal of Memory and Language 122, 104298, 2022
102022
Evidence for two stages of prediction in non-native speakers: A visual-world eye-tracking study
RE Corps, M Liao, MJ Pickering
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2022
42022
Word frequency has similar effects in picture naming and gender decision: A failure to replicate Jescheniak and Levelt (1994)
RE Corps, AS Meyer
Acta Psychologica 241, 104073, 2023
12023
What do we know about the mechanisms of response planning in dialog?
RE Corps
Academic Press, 2023
12023
The effects of dual-task interference in predicting turn-ends in speech and music
NK Fisher, LV Hadley, RE Corps, MJ Pickering
Brain Research 1768, 147571, 2021
12021
Coordinating utterances during conversational dialogue: the role of content and timing predictions
R Corps
The University of Edinburgh, 2019
12019
Evidence against egocentric prediction during language comprehension
RE Corps, F Yang, M Pickering
Royal Society Open Science, 2023
2023
Response planning during question-answering: does deciding what to say involve deciding how to say it?
RE Corps, MJ Pickering
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-10, 2023
2023
Corrigendum to “Prediction involves two stages: Evidence from visual-world eye-tracking”[J. Memory Lang. 122 (2022) 104298]
RE Corps, C Brooke, MJ Pickering
Journal of Memory and Language, 104431, 2023
2023
Evidence for automatic and non-automatic stages of prediction in non-native speakers: A visual-world eye-tracking study
R Corps, M Liao, MJ Pickering
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 26 (1), 231-243, 2023
2023
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