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Subject preference and ergativity
M Polinsky, CG Gallo, P Graff, E Kravtchenko
Lingua 122 (3), 267-277, 2012
812012
13 Subject islands are different
M Polinsky, CG Gallo, P Graff, E Kravtchenko, AM Morgan, A Sturgeon
Experimental syntax and island effects, 286, 2013
562013
Predictability and syntactic production: Evidence from subject omission in Russian
E Kravtchenko
36th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2014
282014
Processing morphological ambiguity: An experimental investigation of Russian numerical phrases
M Xiang, B Harizanov, M Polinsky, E Kravtchenko
Lingua 121 (3), 548-560, 2011
282011
Revisiting the Person Case Constraint in Czech
A Sturgeon, B Harizanov, M Polinsky, E Kravtchenko, CG Gallo, L Medová, ...
Michigan Slavic Publications, 2011
252011
Semantically underinformative utterances trigger pragmatic inferences.
E Kravtchenko, V Demberg
CogSci, 2015
242015
Are all subject islands created equal
E Kravtchenko, M Polinsky, M Xiang
Poster presented at CUNY, UC Davis, 2009
17*2009
Informationally redundant utterances elicit pragmatic inferences
E Kravtchenko, V Demberg
Cognition 225, 105159, 2022
122022
A systematic evaluation of factors affecting referring expression choice in passage completion tasks
V Demberg, E Kravtchenko, JE Loy
Journal of Memory and Language 130, 104413, 2023
42023
Subject islands in Slavic: the syntactic position matters
A Sturgeon, M Polinsky, E Kravtchenko, CG Gallo, L Medová, V Koula
Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics 19, 2010
42010
Modeling atypicality inferences in pragmatic reasoning
E Kravtchenko, V Demberg
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 44 (44), 2022
12022
Integrating pragmatic reasoning in an efficiency-based theory of utterance choice
E Kravtchenko
Saarländische Universitäts-und Landesbibliothek, 2022
12022
Does referent predictability affect rate of pronominalization?
E Kravtchenko, A Modi, V Demberg, I Titov, M Pinkal
Talk presented at 30th CUNY conference on human sentence processing, MIT, 2017
12017
Effects of contextual predictability on optional subject omission in Russian
E Kravtchenko
UC Santa Cruz, 2013
2013
Forthcoming. Subject islands are different
M Polinsky, CG Gallo, E Kravtchenko, AM Morgan, A Sturgeon
Experimental Syntax and Islands, ed. Jon Sprouse, 0
Interpretation and processing of uninformative event mentions
E Kravtchenko, V Demberg
Informationally Redundant Utterances Alter Prior Beliefs about Event Typicality
E Kravtchenko, V Demberg
Underinformative event mentions trigger pragmatic inferences
E Kravtchenko, V Demberg
Contextual referent predictability affects optional subject omission in Russian
E Kravtchenko
Subject islands are different
A Sturgeon, M Polinsky, CG Gallo, E Kravtchenko, V Koula
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