Jennifer E. Mack
TitleCited byYear
Grammatical encoding and learning in agrammatic aphasia: Evidence from structural priming
S Cho-Reyes, JE Mack, CK Thompson
Journal of Memory and Language 91, 202-218, 2016
592016
Tracking passive sentence comprehension in agrammatic aphasia
AM Meyer, JE Mack, CK Thompson
Journal of Neurolinguistics 25 (1), 31-43, 2012
582012
Effects of verb meaning on lexical integration in agrammatic aphasia: Evidence from eyetracking
JE Mack, W Ji, CK Thompson
Journal of neurolinguistics 26 (6), 619-636, 2013
472013
Semantic combinatorial processes in argument structure: Evidence from light-verbs
MM Piņango, J Mack, R Jackendoff
Annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society 32 (1), 573-583, 2006
442006
Neural correlates of processing passive sentences
JE Mack, A Meltzer-Asscher, E Barbieri, CK Thompson
Brain sciences 3 (3), 1198-1214, 2013
422013
Grammatical impairments in PPA
CK Thompson, JE Mack
Aphasiology 28 (8-9), 1018-1037, 2014
312014
How the brain processes different dimensions of argument structure complexity: Evidence from fMRI
A Meltzer-Asscher, JE Mack, E Barbieri, CK Thompson
Brain and language 142, 65-75, 2015
262015
What do pauses in narrative production reveal about the nature of word retrieval deficits in PPA?
JE Mack, SD Chandler, A Meltzer-Asscher, E Rogalski, S Weintraub, ...
Neuropsychologia 77, 211-222, 2015
232015
High-precision 3D detection and reconstruction of grapes from laser range data for efficient phenotyping based on supervised learning
J Mack, C Lenz, J Teutrine, V Steinhage
Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 135, 300-311, 2017
162017
Phonological facilitation of object naming in agrammatic and logopenic primary progressive aphasia (PPA)
JE Mack, S Cho-Reyes, JD Kloet, S Weintraub, MM Mesulam, ...
Cognitive neuropsychology 30 (3), 172-193, 2013
122013
(Not) Hearing optional subjects: The effects of pragmatic usage preferences
JE Mack, C Clifton Jr, L Frazier, PV Taylor
Journal of memory and language 67 (1), 211-223, 2012
102012
Recovery of online sentence processing in aphasia: eye movement changes resulting from Treatment of Underlying Forms
JE Mack, CK Thompson
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 60 (5), 1299-1315, 2017
82017
Tracking sentence comprehension: Test-retest reliability in people with aphasia and unimpaired adults
JE Mack, AZS Wei, S Gutierrez, CK Thompson
Journal of neurolinguistics 40, 98-111, 2016
62016
Using statistical parsing to detect agrammatic aphasia
KC Fraser, G Hirst, JA Meltzer, JE Mack, CK Thompson
Proceedings of BioNLP 2014, 134-142, 2014
62014
Recovery of sentence production processes following language treatment in aphasia: Evidence from eyetracking
JE Mack, M Nerantzini, CK Thompson
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 101, 2017
52017
Ligand affinity prediction with multi-pattern kernels
K Ullrich, J Mack, P Welke
International Conference on Discovery Science, 474-489, 2016
52016
Information structure and the licensing of English* subjects
JE Mack
Yale University, 2010
42010
English optional expletives and the pragmatics of judgments
J Mack, Y Fuerst
Proceedings from the Annual Meeting of the Chicago Linguistic Society 45 (1 …, 2009
42009
Word-finding pauses in primary progressive aphasia (PPA): effects of lexical category
J Mack, A Meltzer-Asscher, S Dove, S Weintraub, M Mesulam, ...
32013
Pragmatic constraints influence the restoration of optional subjects
J Mack, C Clifton Jr, L Frazier, PV Taylor
Journal of Memory and Language 67 (1), 211-223, 2012
32012
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