Katherine Messenger
Katherine Messenger
Associate Professor, Psychology, University of Warwick
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Is young children’s passive syntax semantically constrained? Evidence from syntactic priming
K Messenger, HP Branigan, JF McLean, A Sorace
Journal of Memory and Language 66 (4), 568-587, 2012
Evidence for (shared) abstract structure underlying children’s short and full passives
K Messenger, HP Branigan, JF McLean
Cognition 121 (2), 268-274, 2011
Is children's acquisition of the passive a staged process? Evidence from six-and nine-year-olds' production of passives
K Messenger, HP Branigan, JF McLean
Journal of Child Language 39 (5), 991, 2012
Consistent and cumulative effects of syntactic experience in children’s sentence production: Evidence for error-based implicit learning
HP Branigan, K Messenger
Cognition 157, 250-256, 2016
Aging and syntactic representations: evidence of preserved syntactic priming and lexical boost
SM Hardy, K Messenger, EA Maylor
Psychology and Aging 32 (6), 588-596, 2017
Learning Verb Syntax via Listening: New Evidence From 22-Month-Olds
K Messenger, S Yuan, C Fisher
Language Learning and Development 11 (4), 356-368, 2015
Mistakes weren’t made: Three-year-olds’ comprehension of novel-verb passives provides evidence for early abstract syntax
K Messenger, C Fisher
Cognition 178, 118-132, 2018
The Persistence of Priming: Exploring Long‐lasting Syntactic Priming Effects in Children and Adults
K Messenger
Cognitive Science 45 (6), e13005, 2021
English-speaking children’s early passives: evidence from syntactic priming
K Messenger, H Branigan, J McLean, A Sorace
BUCLD 32, 275-286, 2008
Semantic factors in young children’s comprehension and production of passives
K Messenger, H Branigan, J McLean, A Sorace
Proceedings of the 33rd Boston university conference on language development …, 2009
Syntactic priming and children's production and representation of the passive
K Messenger
Language Acquisition 17 (1-2), 121-123, 2010
Second Language Learning via Syntactic Priming: Investigating the Role of Modality, Attention, and Motivation
M Coumel, E Ushioda, K Messenger
Language Learning 73 (1), 231-265, 2023
Syntax and selection: Learning combinatorial properties of verbs from listening
S Yuan, K Messenger, C Fisher
Biennial Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Montreal …, 2011
Learning multiple L2 syntactic structures via chat-based alignment: What is the role of learners’ prior knowledge and conscious decisions?
M Coumel, E Ushioda, K Messenger
System 109, 102869, 2022
Syntactic Priming in Language Acquisition: Representations, mechanisms and applications
K Messenger
John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2022
How does syntactic priming experience support language development?
K Messenger, H Branigan, L Buckle, L Lindsay
Trends in Language Acquisition Research: Syntactic priming in language …, 2022
The Role of Explicit Memory Across Second Language Syntactic Development: A Structural Priming Study
M Coumel, M Muylle, K Messenger, RJ Hartsuiker
Language Learning 74 (2), 402-435, 2024
Between-and within-group variation in first and second language syntactic priming
M Coumel, E Ushioda, K Messenger
PsyArXiv, 2020
An exemplar model should be able to explain all syntactic priming phenomena: A commentary on Ambridge (2020)
K Messenger, SM Hardy, M Coumel
First Language 40 (5-6), 616-620, 2020
The role of prediction error in 4-year-olds’ learning of English direct object datives
C Gambi, K Messenger
Languages 8 (4), 276, 2023
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