Submitted Manuscripts (Comments Welcome)
Arnold, J.E., Lao, S. C. (under review). Effects of non-shared attention on pronoun comprehension.[MANUSCRIPT]
Arnold, J.E. (under review). Women and men have different biases for pronoun interpretation.[MANUSCRIPT]
Arnold, J. E., Pancani, G. P., & Rosa, E. C.. (under review). Listeners perceive acoustic prominence differently for distracted and fluent speakers. Ms., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. [MANUSCRIPT]
Nappa, R., & Arnold, J. E. (accepted pending minor revisions). The road to understanding is paved with the speaker’s intentions: Cues to the speaker’s attention and intentions affect pronoun comprehension. Cognitive Psychology. MANUSCRIPT & SAMPLE VIDEO STIMULI
Arnold, J. E. & Watson, D. G. (in press). Synthesizing meaning and processing approaches to prosody: performance matters. Language and Cognitive Processes. [MANUSCRIPT]
Arnold, J.E. (in press). What does a theory of pronoun interpretation need to account for? Commentary on Kehler & Rohde, “A Probabilistic Reconciliation of Coherence-Driven and Centering-Driven Theories of Pronoun Interpretation”. Theoretical Linguistics.
Kahn, J. & Arnold, J.E. (2013). Speaker-internal processes drive durational reduction. Language and Cognitive Processes..[MANUSCRIPT]
Arnold, J. E. (2013). Information status relates to production, distribution, and comprehension. Reply to Maryellen C. MacDonald, How language production shapes language form and comprehension. Frontiers, 4.doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00235 [Link to Open Source Article]
Arnold, J.E., Kaiser, E., Kahn, J., Kim, L. (2013). Information structure; Linguistic, cognitive, and processing approaches. WIREs Cognitive Science, Wiley. doi: 10.1002/wcs.1234 (email for a copy of this manuscript).
Kahn, J. & Arnold, J.E. (2012). A Processing-Centered Look at the Contribution of Givenness to Durational Reduction. Journal of Memory and Language, 67, 311–325.[MANUSCRIPT]
Arnold, J.E., Kahn, J. & Pancani, G. (2012). Audience Design Affects Acoustic Reduction Via Production Facilitation. Psychological Bulletin and Review, 19, 505-512.[VIDEO]
Arnold J. E. (2011). Pronouns. Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Springer.
Arnold J. E. (2011). Pronoun Errors. Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Springer.
Arnold J. E. (2011). Pronoun Reversals. Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Springer.
Arnold, J. E. (2011). Ordering choices in production: for the speaker or for the listener? In Bender, E. & Arnold, J. E. (Eds.), Language from a Cognitive Perspective: Grammar, Usage, and Processing. Studies in Honor of Thomas Wasow. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 199-222.
Rosa, E. C. & Arnold, J. E. (2011). The role of attention in choice of referring expressions. Proceedings of PRE-Cogsci: Bridging the gap between computational, empirical and theoretical approaches to reference, Boston, 2011.[PDF]
Arnold, J. E. & Tanenhaus, M. K. (2011). Disfluency isn’t just um and uh: the role of prosody in the comprehension of disfluency. In Gibson, E., and Perlmutter, N. (Eds) The processing and acquisition of reference, MIT Press.[MANUSCRIPT]
Arnold, J.E. (2010). How speakers refer: the role of accessibility. Language and Linguistic Compass, 4, 187-203.
Arnold, J.E., Bennetto, L., & Diehl, J. J. (2009). Reference Production in Young Speakers with and without Autism: Effects of Discourse Status and Processing Constraints. Cognition.
Arnold, J.E. (2008). THE BACON not the bacon: How children and adults understand accented and unaccented noun phrases. Cognition.[SOUNDFILES]
Arnold, J.E. (2008). Reference Production: Production-internal and Addressee-oriented Processes. Language and Cognitive Processes.[MANUSCRIPT]
Watson, D.G., Arnold, J.E., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2008). Tic tac TOE: Effects of predictability and importance on acoustic prominence in language production. Cognition, 106, 156-1557.
Corrigendum to Tic Tac TOE
Arnold, J.E. & Lao, S. C. (2007). Put in last position something previously unmentioned: word order effects on referential expectancy and reference comprehension. Language and Cognitive Processes. [SUPPORTING]
Arnold, J.E., Hudson Kam, C., & Tanenhaus, M.K. (2007). If you say thee uh- you’re describing something hard: the on-line attribution of disfluency during reference comprehension. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 33, 914-930.
Arnold, J.E., & Griffin, Z. (2007). The Effect of Additional Characters on Choice of Referring Expression: Everyone Competes. Journal of Memory and Language.
Arnold, J. E., Brown-Schmidt, S., & Trueswell, J. C. (2007). Pronoun comprehension in young children. Language and Cognitive Processes.
Wasow, T., & Arnold, J. E. (2005). Intuitions in Linguistic Argumentation. Lingua. 115, 1481-1496.
Arnold, J. E., Altmann, R., Fagnano, M., & Tanenhaus, M. K. (2004). The Old and Thee, uh, New. Psychological Science. 578-582.
Arnold, J. E., Wasow, T., Asudeh, A, and Alrenga, P. (2004). Avoiding Attachment Ambiguities: The Role of Constituent ordering. Journal of Memory and Language.
Arnold, J. E., Brown-Schmidt, S., Trueswell, J., and Fagnano, M. (2004). Children’s use of gender and order of mention during pronoun comprehension. In Trueswell, J. C. and Tanenhaus, M. K. (Eds)., Processing world-situated language: Bridging the language-as-product and language-as-action traditions. Boston: MIT Press.
Wasow, T., and Arnold, J. E. (2003). Postverbal constituent ordering in English. In G. Rohdenburg & B. Mondorf (Eds), Determinants of Grammatical Variation in English. The Hague: Mouton, 120-154.
Arnold, J. E. (2003). Multiple Constraints on Reference Form: Null, Pronominal, and Full Reference in Mapudungun. In J. W. Du Bois, L. E. Kumpf, and W. J. Ashby (Eds), Preferred Argument Structure: Grammar as Architecture for Function. John Benjamins.
Arnold, J. E., Fagnano, M., and Tanenhaus, M. K. (2003). Disfluencies signal theee, um, new information. Journal of Psycholinguistic Researc, 32(1), 25-36.
Arnold, J.E., Novick, J.M., Brown-Schmidt, S., and Trueswell, J. (2001). Children’s on-line use of gender and order-of-mention for pronoun comprehension. Proceedings from the Boston University conference on language development, 2000.[PDF]
[VIDEO OF EYETRACKING]
Arnold, J. E. (2001). The effects of thematic roles on pronoun use and frequency of reference. Discourse Processes, 31(2), 137-162.[PDF]
Arnold, J. E., Eisenband, J. G., Brown-Schmidt, S, and Trueswell, J. C. (2000). The immediate use of gender information: eyetracking evidence of the time-course of pronoun resolution. Cognition 76, B13-B26.[PDF]
Arnold, J. E., Wasow, T., Losongco, T., & Ginstrom, R. (2000). Heaviness vs. Newness: the effects of structural complexity and discourse status on constituent ordering. Language. 76(1), 28-55.[PDF]
Thornton, R., MacDonald, M.C., and Arnold, J. E. (2000). The Concomitant Effects of Phrase Length and Informational Content in Sentence Comprehension. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 29(2), 195-203.[PDF]
1999 and earlier
Arnold, J. E., and MacDonald, M. C. (1999). The Effects of Referent Specificity and Utterance Contribution on pronoun resolution. In Martin Hahn and Scott C. Stoness, (Eds), Proceedings of the Twenty First Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.Vancouver, British Columbia, August 19-21, 1999, 31-36.[POSTSCRIPT]
Arnold, J. E. (1998). Reference Form and Discourse Patterns. Dissertation, Stanford University.
- UMI copy of microfilm (search here)
- Word doc: full dissertation
- PDF document in pieces:
Arnold, J. E. (1997). The Inverse System in Mapudungun and Other Languages. Revista de Linguistica Teorica y Aplicada, 34, 9-48.[MANUSCRIPT]
Arnold, J. (1994). Inverse Voice Marking in Mapudungun. In S. Gahl, A. Dolbey, and C. Johnson (Eds.), The twentieth annual meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society. Berkeley, CA: Berkeley Linguistics Society, 28-41.
Bender, E. & Arnold, J. E. (Eds.) (2011). Language from a Cognitive Perspective: Grammar, Usage, and Processing. Studies in Honor of Thomas Wasow. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications, 199-222.
Arnold, J. E., Blake, R., Davidson, B., Schwenter, S., and Solomon, J. (Eds). (1996). Sociolinguistic Variation: Theory, Data, and Analysis. Selected Papers from the twenty-third NWAV at Stanford University. Stanford, CA: CSLI Publications.
Arnold, J. E. (1999). Marking salience: The similarity of topic and focus. Unpublished manuscript, University of Pennsylvania.[MANUSCRIPT]
- Arnold, J.E., Pancani, G.C., & Rosa, E.C. (2012). Acoustic Prominence Perceived Differently for Fluent and Distracted Speakers. Poster presented at AmLAP, September 2012.Poster handout (pdf)
- Arnold, J. E., & Carpenter, K. (2010, March). Using disfluency to understand, um, sentences . . .with PP-attachment ambiguities Poster, CUNY conference on human sentence processing, New York City, NY. (Powerpoint half-size copy of poster). Supporting materials (sample soundfiles for off-line experiment):
- Disfluent / pause soundfile
- Disfluent / no pause soundfile
- Fluent / pause soundfile
- Fluent / no pause soundfile
- Watson & Arnold (2005)[VIDEO AND DATA]