Christina Gagne
Christina Gagne
Professor of Psychology, University of Alberta
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Influence of thematic relations on the comprehension of modifier–noun combinations.
CL Gagné, EJ Shoben
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 23 (1), 71, 1997
Relation and lexical priming during the interpretation of noun–noun combinations.
CL Gagné
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (1), 236, 2001
Relation-based combinations versus property-based combinations: A test of the CARIN theory and the dual-process theory of conceptual combination
CL Gagné
Journal of Memory and Language 42 (3), 365-389, 2000
Constituent integration during the processing of compound words: Does it involve the use of relational structures?
CL Gagné, TL Spalding
Journal of memory and language 60 (1), 20-35, 2009
Benefits and costs of lexical decomposition and semantic integration during the processing of transparent and opaque English compounds
H Ji, CL Gagné, TL Spalding
Journal of Memory and Language 65 (4), 406-430, 2011
Lexical and relational influences on the processing of novel compounds
CL Gagné
Brain and Language 81 (1-3), 723-735, 2002
Priming relations in ambiguous noun-noun combinations
CL Gagné, EJ Shoben
Memory & Cognition 30 (4), 637-646, 2002
Effect of relation availability on the interpretation and access of familiar noun–noun compounds
CL Gagné, TL Spalding
Brain and Language 90 (1-3), 478-486, 2004
Conceptual combination: Implications for the mental lexicon
CL Gagné, TL Spalding
The representation and processing of compound words, 145-168, 2006
Re-examining evidence for the use of independent relational representations during conceptual combination
CL Gagné, TL Spalding, H Ji
Journal of Memory and Language 53 (3), 445-455, 2005
Relation-based interpretation of noun-noun phrases: A new theoretical approach
TL Spalding, CL Gagné, A Mullaly, H Ji
New impulses in word-formation, 283-315, 2010
Conceptual composition: The role of relational competition in the comprehension of modifier-noun phrases and noun–noun compounds
CL Gagné, TL Spalding
Psychology of learning and motivation 59, 97-130, 2013
Processing of English compounds is sensitive to the constituents’ semantic transparency
R El-Bialy, CL Gagné, TL Spalding
The Mental Lexicon 8 (1), 75-95, 2013
Thematic relations and the creation of combined concepts.
EJ Shoben, CL Gagne
American Psychological Association, 1997
Sentential context and the interpretation of familiar open-compounds and novel modifier-noun phrases
CL Gagné, TL Spalding, MC Gorrie
Language and Speech 48 (2), 203-219, 2005
Influence of discourse context on feature availability in conceptual combination
CL Gagné, GL Murphy
Discourse Processes 22 (1), 79-101, 1996
Using conceptual combination research to better understand novel compound words
CL Gagné, TL Spalding
SKASE Journal of Theoretical Linguistics 3 (2), 9-16, 2006
Psycholinguistic perspectives
CL Gagné
The Oxford handbook of compounding, 2009
Compounding as Abstract Operation in Semantic Space: Investigating relational effects through a large-scale, data-driven computational model
M Marelli, CL Gagné, TL Spalding
Cognition 166, 207-224, 2017
Competition between conceptual relations affects compound recognition: the role of entropy
D Schmidtke, V Kuperman, CL Gagné, TL Spalding
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (2), 556-570, 2016
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