Daniel Freudenthal
Daniel Freudenthal
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The role of different types of anaphor in the online resolution of sentences in a discourse
S Garrod, D Freudenthal, E Boyle
Journal of memory and language 33 (1), 39-68, 1994
2891994
Modeling the developmental patterning of finiteness marking in English, Dutch, German, and Spanish using MOSAIC
D Freudenthal, MP Julian, J AGUADO-OREA, F GOBET
Cognitive Science 31, 311-41, 2007
1992007
Modeling the development of children's use of optional infinitives in Dutch and English using MOSAIC
D Freudenthal, JM Pine, F Gobet
Cognitive Science 30 (2), 277-310, 2006
1002006
Age differences in the performance of information retrieval tasks
D Freudenthal
Behaviour & Information Technology 20 (1), 9-22, 2001
952001
Do young children have adult-like syntactic categories? Zipf’s law and the case of the determiner
JM Pine, D Freudenthal, G Krajewski, F Gobet
Cognition 127 (3), 345-360, 2013
862013
Explaining quantitative variation in the rate of Optional Infinitive errors across languages: a comparison of MOSAIC and the Variational Learning Model
D Freudenthal, J Pine, F Gobet
Journal of child language 37 (3), 643, 2010
752010
Avoiding dative overgeneralisation errors: semantics, statistics or both?
B Ambridge, JM Pine, CF Rowland, D Freudenthal, F Chang
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (2), 218-243, 2014
672014
Simulating the referential properties of Dutch, German, and English root infinitives in MOSAIC
D Freudenthal, JM Pine, F Gobet
Language Learning and Development 5 (1), 1-29, 2009
642009
How big is big enough? Assessing the reliability of data from naturalistic samples
CF Rowland, SL Fletcher, D Freudenthal
Corpora in Language Acquisition Research, 2008
382008
On the resolution of ambiguities in the extraction of syntactic categories through chunking
D Freudenthal, JM Pine, F Gobet
Cognitive Systems Research 6 (1), 17-25, 2005
372005
Is passive syntax semantically constrained? Evidence from adult grammaticality judgment and comprehension studies
B Ambridge, A Bidgood, JM Pine, CF Rowland, D Freudenthal
Cognitive science 40 (6), 1435-1459, 2016
322016
Understanding the developmental dynamics of subject omission: The role of processing limitations in learning
D Freudenthal, JM Pine, F Gobet
Cambridge Journals, 2007
312007
Modelling the development of Dutch Optional Infinitives in MOSAIC.
D Freudenthal, JM Pine, F Gobet
Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2002
262002
Why computational models are better than verbal theories: The case of nonword repetition
G Jones, F Gobet, D Freudenthal, SE Watson, JM Pine
Developmental Science 17 (2), 298-310, 2014
252014
Preemption versus entrenchment: Towards a construction-general solution to the problem of the retreat from verb argument structure overgeneralization
B Ambridge, A Bidgood, KE Twomey, JM Pine, CF Rowland, ...
PloS one 10 (4), e0123723, 2015
242015
The role of age, foreknowledge and complexity in learning to operate a complex device
D Freudenthal
Behaviour & Information Technology 20 (1), 23-35, 2001
212001
Subject omission in children's language; The case for performance limitations in learning.
D Freudenthal, JM Pine, F Gobet
Proceedings of the 24th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 2002
192002
Productivity of noun slots in verb frames
AL Theakston, P Ibbotson, D Freudenthal, EVM Lieven, M Tomasello
Cognitive science 39 (6), 1369-1395, 2015
182015
Simulating the cross-linguistic pattern of Optional Infinitive errors in children’s declaratives and Wh- questions
D Freudenthal, JM Pine, G Jones, F Gobet
Cognition 143, 61-76, 2015
162015
Modeling the optional infinitive stage in MOSAIC: A generalisation to Dutch
D Freudenthal, J Pine, F Gobet
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Cognitive Modeling, 79-84, 2001
152001
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