Rachel A. Ryskin
Rachel A. Ryskin
Postdoctoral Associate, MIT
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Verb Biases Are Shaped Through Lifelong Learning.
RA Ryskin, Z Qi, MC Duff, S Brown-Schmidt
Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition, 2017
582017
Reducing reliance on inaccurate information
DN Rapp, SR Hinze, K Kohlhepp, RA Ryskin
Memory & cognition 42 (1), 11-26, 2014
562014
Perspective-Taking in Comprehension, Production, and Memory: An Individual Differences Approach.
RA Ryskin, AS Benjamin, J Tullis, S Brown-Schmidt
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2015
452015
People as contexts in conversation
S Brown-Schmidt, SO Yoon, RA Ryskin
Psychology of Learning and Motivation 62, 59-99, 2015
422015
Visuospatial perspective-taking in conversation and the role of bilingual experience
RA Ryskin, S Brown-Schmidt, E Canseco-Gonzalez, LK Yiu, ET Nguyen
Journal of Memory and Language 74, 46-76, 2014
352014
Listeners use speaker identity to access representations of spatial perspective during online language comprehension
RA Ryskin, RF Wang, S Brown-Schmidt
Cognition 147, 75-84, 2016
152016
Do adults show a curse of knowledge in false-belief reasoning? A robust estimate of the true effect size
RA Ryskin, S Brown-Schmidt
PloS one 9 (3), 2014
142014
Comprehenders model the nature of noise in the environment
R Ryskin, R Futrell, S Kiran, E Gibson
Cognition 181, 141-150, 2018
42018
Do domain-general executive resources play a role in linguistic prediction? Re-evaluation of the evidence and a path forward
R Ryskin, RP Levy, E Fedorenko
Neuropsychologia 136, 107258, 2020
32020
Knowledge and learning of verb biases in amnesia
R Ryskin, Z Qi, NV Covington, M Duff, S Brown-Schmidt
Brain and language 180, 62-83, 2018
32018
Knowledge and learning of verb biases in amnesia
R Ryskin, Z Qi, NV Covington, M Duff, S Brown-Schmidt
Brain and language 180, 62-83, 2018
32018
Does bilingualism confer perspective-taking advantages in language use?
RA RYSKIN
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2012
22012
The malleability of linguistic representations poses a challenge to the priming-based experimental approach
R Ryskin, S Brown-Schmidt
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 40, 2017
12017
The P600 ERP component as an index of rational error correction within a noisy-channel framework of human communication
RA Ryskin, L Stearns, M Eddy, L Bergen, E Fedorenko, E Gibson
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
Information integration in modulation of pragmatic inferences during online language comprehension
R Ryskin, C Kurumada, S Brown‐Schmidt
Cognitive science 43 (8), 2019
2019
Talker-specific predictions during language processing
R Ryskin, S Ng, K Mimnaugh, S Brown-Schmidt, KD Federmeier
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 1-16, 2019
2019
The Malleability of Linguistic Representations Poses a Challenge to the Priming-based Experimental Approach. Commentary on Branigan & Pickering (2017)
R Ryskin, S Brown-Schmidt
PsyArXiv, 2017
2017
Language, Perspective, and Memory
RA Ryskin, SO Yoon, S Brown‐Schmidt
Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences: An Interdisciplinary …, 2015
2015
The impact of gender and bilingualism on cognition: the case of spatial perspective-taking
RA Ryskin, S Brown-Schmidt
SEMDIAL, 2011
2011
Verb Frequency Explains the Unacceptability of Factive and Manner-of-speaking Islands in English
Y Liu, R Ryskin, R Futrell
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