Susan Brennan
Susan Brennan
Professor of Psychology (joint with Computer Science and Linguistics), Stony Brook University
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Grounding in communication.
HH Clark, SE Brennan
American Psychological Association, 1991
59831991
Conceptual pacts and lexical choice in conversation.
SE Brennan, HH Clark
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 22 (6), 1482, 1996
15011996
A centering approach to pronouns
SE Brennan, MW Friedman, C Pollard
25th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, 155-162, 1987
8681987
Disfluency rates in conversation: Effects of age, relationship, topic, role, and gender
H Bortfeld, SD Leon, JE Bloom, MF Schober, SE Brennan
Language and speech 44 (2), 123-147, 2001
6362001
Understanding effects of proximity on collaboration: Implications for technologies to support remote collaborative work
RE Kraut, SR Fussell, SE Brennan, J Siegel
Distributed work, 137-162, 2002
5502002
Identification and ratings of caricatures: Implications for mental representations of faces
G Rhodes, S Brennan, S Carey
Cognitive psychology 19 (4), 473-497, 1987
5261987
The feeling of another′ s knowing: Prosody and filled pauses as cues to listeners about the metacognitive states of speakers
SE Brennan, M Williams
Journal of memory and language 34 (3), 383-398, 1995
4941995
How listeners compensate for disfluencies in spontaneous speech
SE Brennan, MF Schober
Journal of Memory and Language 44 (2), 274-296, 2001
4012001
When conceptual pacts are broken: Partner-specific effects on the comprehension of referring expressions
C Metzing, SE Brennan
Journal of Memory and Language 49 (2), 201-213, 2003
3872003
Caricature generator: The dynamic exaggeration of faces by computer
SE Brennan
Leonardo 18 (3), 170-178, 1985
3611985
Coordinating cognition: The costs and benefits of shared gaze during collaborative search
SE Brennan, X Chen, CA Dickinson, MB Neider, GJ Zelinsky
Cognition 106 (3), 1465-1477, 2008
3442008
Speakers’ eye gaze disambiguates referring expressions early during face-to-face conversation
JE Hanna, SE Brennan
Journal of Memory and Language 57 (4), 596-615, 2007
3152007
Partner‐specific adaptation in dialog
SE Brennan, JE Hanna
Topics in Cognitive Science 1 (2), 274-291, 2009
2682009
Prosodic disambiguation of syntactic structure: For the speaker or for the addressee?
T Kraljic, SE Brennan
Cognitive psychology 50 (2), 194-231, 2005
2642005
Centering attention in discourse
SE Brennan
Language and Cognitive processes 10 (2), 137-167, 1995
2621995
Lexical entrainment in spontaneous dialog
SE Brennan
Proceedings of ISSD 96, 41-44, 1996
2521996
Addressees' needs influence speakers' early syntactic choices
CB Lockridge, SE Brennan
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (3), 550-557, 2002
2402002
Processes of interactive spoken discourse: The role of the partner.
MF Schober, SE Brennan
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2003
2312003
First impressions and last resorts: How listeners adjust to speaker variability
T Kraljic, AG Samuel, SE Brennan
Psychological science 19 (4), 332-338, 2008
2252008
The grounding problem in conversations with and through computers
SE Brennan
Social and cognitive approaches to interpersonal communication, 201-225, 1998
2171998
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