Jennifer Mack, 2005-2007 (Qualifying paper). Coercion and Predicate Integration in the Dynamic Composition of Event Structure.
Junkyu Lee, 2004-2005.
Dina Brun, 2001 (Qualifying paper). Comprehension of Quantified Expressions.
Undergraduate Honors Theses
2017. Christopher Paolini (Linguistics). Completed cakes: Experimental evidence for a property-sensitive analysis of [completed] and [finished] in the “coercion” configuration.
2015. Justin Moore (Linguistics). Evaluating Approaches to Light Verb Argument Structure.
2014-2015. Laura DiNardo (Linguistics). Competing Analyses of Complement Coercion: New Evidence from Behavioral and Electropsychophysiological Methods.
2013-2015. Maria Ratskevich (Cognitive Science). The Implications of a Gradient Cognitive Model of Possession and Ownership Concepts for the Theoretical Approach of Developmental Research on Ownership: A Linguistic Critique.
2013-2015. Andy Zhang.
(Cognitive Science). The Development of Metonymic Processing.
(Linguistics). Contextual Effects on the Interpretation of Have: A Self-Paced Reading Study.
2013. Phoebe Gaston (Linguistics). Syntactic error processing in bilingualism: an analysis of the Optional Inﬁnitive stage in child language acquisition.
2013. Cameron Best (Linguistics). Spatial Processing and Pronominal Resolution in American Sign Language (Reaction Time, ERP).
2009-2012. Emily Foster-Hanson (Linguistics). The Time-Course of Processing Novel Metonymy: A Self-Paced Reading Study.
2008-2010. Amy Li (Psychology). The Processing of Light Verbs: Evidence from Eye Movements.
2008-2009. Emily Finn (Linguistics). An fMRI Investigation of Intermediate Structure.
2007-2008. Nancy Liang (Cognitive Science). Morpho-syntactic acquisition in adult second language learners: The distance-difficult relation model.
2007-2008. Jordan Schnaps (Cognitive Science). Nominal Control as Semantic Composition.
2007-2008. Michael Shvartsman (Linguistics). Adjudicating between linguistic theory types based on evidence from priming: the case of successive cyclicity.
2006-2007. Elizabeth D. Johnson [Casserly] (Linguistics). The Phonological Lexicon: Gesture or Feature Based? A Sensorimotor Adaptation Investigation.
2006-2007. Carol Duh (MCDB). The Link Between Semantic Composition and Left Posterior Temporal Damage in Alzheimer’s Disease.
2005-2008. Jessie Ellner (Linguistics). Functional Categories in English and German Broca’s Aphasia Production.
2005-2006. Shevaun Lewis (Cognitive Science). Long-distance dependencies: re-visiting the modularity of the syntactic system hypothesis.
2003-2004. Justin C. Cohen (Cognitive Science). Evaluating language comprehension in dementia of the Alzheimer’s type: Applying evidence from the study of aphasic patients’ conceptual linguistic abilities.
2003-2004. Kively Vezani (Cognitive Science). The object/substance distinction and mental representations: an objective/substantive look at the perceptual-cognitive interface.