Publications & presentations

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Papers

  • [to appear] Parrish, A. & Feldscher C. On the structure of splitting verbs in Yoruba. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference on African Linguistics.

Manuscripts

  • [under review] Parrish, A. & Durvasula, K. Is there phonological feature priming?
  • [in prep] Parrish, A., Kelley, P., Smith, K., Cong, Y. & Beretta, A. Perceptual asymmetry corresponds to an asymmetry in structural prediction: An ERP study of the effects of prosodic lengthening in English nominal compounds.
  • [in prep] Parrish, A., Jalbert J., & Beretta, A. Early head commitment and reanalysis in English noun-noun compounds: The effects of semantic plausibility

Conference Presentations

  • Parrish, A. & Durvasula, K. (2018, January) Does priming tap into phonological features?. Poster to be presented at The 92nd Annual Meeting of the Linguistic Society of America, Salt Lake City, UT, USA.
  • Parrish, A. (2017, December). An ERP study of working memory effects as they build across consecutive nominal constituents. Talk to be presented at SYNC 2017, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA.
  • Parrish, A., Smith, K., & Beretta, A. (2017, November). Incremental working memory effects across consecutive nominal constituents: An ERP study. Poster presented at The 9th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Baltimore, MD, USA.
  • Parrish, A., Kelley, P., Smith, K., Cong, Y. & Beretta, A. (2017, November). Prosodic lengthening and boundary prediction in nominal compounds: An ERP study. Poster presented at The 9th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Baltimore, MD, USA.
  • Smith, K., Parrish, A. & Beretta, A. (2017, November). Incremental commitment and revision in Icelandic compound processing. Poster presented at The 9th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Baltimore, MD, USA.
  • Parrish, A. (2017, February). Incremental effects of gender agreement in nominal compounds – An ERP study. Talk presented at the Graduate Linguistics Expo At Michigan State, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.
  • Parrish, A., Kelley, P., Smith, K., Gagne, C., & Beretta, A. (2016, October). Nominal Compounds: Relational Frequency Effects in Sentential Contexts. Poster presented at The Tenth International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
  • Parrish, A., Kelley, P., & Beretta, A. (2016, August). Plausibility and Agreement Effects of Adjectives on Noun-Noun Compounds in Icelandic: An ERP Study. Poster presented at The 8th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, London, England.
  • Parrish, A., Kelley, P., & Beretta, A. (2016, April). Interactions of plausibility and gender agreement in nominal compounds: An ERP study of adjective-driven split-head interpretations of Icelandic noun-noun compounds. Poster presented at the Cognitive Science Program Spring Poster Session, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.
  • Parrish, A. (2016, April). Vikings who gulp beer mugs. Talk presented at the Linguistics and Languages Alumni Reunion, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.
  • Parrish, A. & Feldscher C. (2016, March). The adverb “t´un” and insights into Yoruba splitting verbs. Poster presented at the 47th Annual Conference of African Linguistics, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, California, USA.
  • Parrish, A. (2016, February). Semantic plausibility and prediction in English noun-noun compounds. Talk given at the Graduate Linguistics Expo At Michigan State, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.
  • Parrish, A., Durvasula, K. & Beretta, A. (2015, October). The processing of compounds: Behavioral and ERP investigations. Talk presented at the Cognitive Science Forum, Psychology Department, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA.
  • Parrish, A., Jalbert, J. & Beretta, A. (2015, October). Head commitment and plausibility in English noun-noun compounds. Poster presented at The 7th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Chicago, IL, USA.