Research Output 1983 2020

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Acquiring native-like intonation in Dutch and Spanish: Comparing the L1 and L2 of native speakers and second language learners

van Maastricht, L. J., Swerts, M. G. J. & Krahmer, E. J., 21 Aug 2013.

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language
interference
acoustics
language acquisition
phonetics

Atypicality and reference production: Directions forward

Westerbeek, H., Koolen, R., Maes, F. & Mattheij, R., 31 Aug 2014. 1 p.

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A typology of VAA users

Van de Pol, J., Kamoen, N., Holleman, B., Krouwel, A. & De Vreese, C., 22 May 2014.

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Data-driven shared decision making on cancer treatment

Hommes, S., Clouth, F., Vromans, R., Geleijnse, G., Pauws, S., Vermunt, J., van de Poll-Franse, L. V. & Krahmer, E., 2 Oct 2019.

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Oncology
Decision making
Statistics

Data-driven shared decision-making on cancer treatment

Vromans, R., Hommes, S., Clouth, F., Pauws, S., Vermunt, J., Geleijnse, G., van Eenbergen, M., Verbeek, X., van de Poll-Franse, L. V. & Krahmer, E., 2019.

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Do you see what they mean? An eye-tracking study on the attention for gestures produced by people with aphasia

Sekine, K., van Nispen, K., ten Felde, K., Koemans, J., van Drie, E. & Preisig, B., 2018, p. 76. 77 p.

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speech disorder
video
scenario
speaking
communication

Extending Cross-situational Learning with Child-Directed Gestures

Haque, M. M., Alishahi, A., Krahmer, E. & Vogt, P., 2016.

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Following route directions: The role of landmark reference, intersection type and visual clutter

Baltaretu, A. A., Krahmer, E. J. & Maes, A., 2014.

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Hyperpersonal effecten in online dating: Vinden we elkaar nog steeds leuk bij een eerste face-to-face ontmoeting?

Hense, E., Schouten, A., Antheunis, M. & Boertien, E., 2015.

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I don’t know. The effect of question polarity on no-opinion answers

Kamoen, N. & Holleman, B., 2018.

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L2 Rhythm Acquisition: The question of learning direction

van Maastricht, L., Krahmer, E. & Swerts, M., 2016.

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Open Access
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learning
Group
language
Council of Europe
model analysis
51 Downloads (Pure)

Learning L2 Rhythm: does the direction of acquisition matter?

van Maastricht, L., Krahmer, E., Swerts, M. & Prieto, P., 2016.

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Open Access
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language
learning
Group
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Playing Taboo with a Stranger

Pollmann, M. & Krahmer, E. J., 2014.

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common knowledge
e-mail
evidence
communication
52 Downloads (Pure)

Route Descriptions: The Role of Intersection Type and Visual Clutter for Spatial Reference

Baltaretu, A. A., Krahmer, E. J. & Maes, A., 2014, p. 5-8. 4 p.

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Open Access
File
Navigation
Glass
116 Downloads (Pure)

The effect of time pressure on referential overspecification

Koolen, R., Gatt, A., van Gompel, R. P. G., Krahmer, E. & van Deemter, K., 16 Jan 2016.

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Open Access
File

The Effects of Keyword Generation and Summary Writing on Teachers’ Judgments of Students’ Comprehension

Engelen, J. & Camp, G., 2016.

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comprehension
teacher
student
monitoring

Who gets it? Comprehension difficulties in political attitude questions

Kamoen, N. & Holleman, B., 2016.

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"Would you like RED or WHITE wine? - I would like red WINE": Native speaker perception of (non-)native intonation patterns

van Maastricht, L. J., Swerts, M. G. J. & Krahmer, E. J., 10 Sep 2014.

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wine
language
stimulus
phonology
deviant behavior