Kailen Shantz
TitleCited byYear
Phrase frequency, proficiency and grammaticality interact in non-native processing: Implications for theories of SLA
K Shantz
Second Language Research 33 (1), 91-118, 2017
Talking out of order: task order and retrieval of grammatical gender and phonology in lexical access
K Shantz, D Tanner
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (1), 82-101, 2017
Confronting quasi-separation in logistic mixed effects for linguistic data: a Bayesian approach
AE Kimball, K Shantz, C Eager, J Roy
Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, 1-25, 2018
Beyond Maximal Random Effects for Logistic Regression: Moving Past Convergence Problems
A Kimball, K Shantz, C Eager, J Roy
arXiv preprint arXiv:1611.00083, 2016
Are L2 learners pressed for time? Retrieval of grammatical gender information in L2 lexical access
K Shantz, D Tanner
Proceedings of the 40th annual Boston University Conference on language …, 2016
Event-related brain potentials in language processing: The N’s and the P’s
BR Payne, S Ng, K Shantz, KD Federmeier
The bilingual brain unwrapped, 2018
Electrophysiology finds no inherent delay for grammatical gender retrieval in non-native production
K Shantz, D Tanner
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1-21, 2019
Why wait? Psycholinguistic investigations of the roles of learning condition and gender stability in L2 gender-based anticipation
KTW Shantz
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2018
Graded effects of first and second language orthography on pronunciation during second language acquisition
KTW Shantz
Pronouncing Anglicisms: On the difficulty experienced by English-dominant learners of German
K Shantz
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