Margreet Vogelzang
Margreet Vogelzang
Lecturer in Psychology, Newcatle University; Researcher Associate, University of Cambridge
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Comprehension of traffic signs with symbolic versus text displays
D Shinar, M Vogelzang
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 18, 72-82, 2013
Pupillary responses reflect ambiguity resolution in pronoun processing
M Vogelzang, P Hendriks, H van Rijn
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (7), 876-885, 2016
The cognitive benefits of bilingualism in autism spectrum disorder: Is theory of mind boosted and by which underlying factors?
E Peristeri, E Baldimtsi, M Vogelzang, IM Tsimpli, S Durrleman
Autism Research 14 (8), 1695-1709, 2021
Linguistic diversity, multilingualism, and cognitive skills: A study of disadvantaged children in India
IM Tsimpli, M Vogelzang, A Balasubramanian, T Marinis, S Alladi, ...
Languages 5 (1), 10, 2020
Effects of age-related hearing loss and hearing aid experience on sentence processing
M Vogelzang, CM Thiel, S Rosemann, JW Rieger, E Ruigendijk
Scientific reports 11 (1), 5994, 2021
Toward cognitively constrained models of language processing: a review
M Vogelzang, AC Mills, D Reitter, J Van Rij, P Hendriks, H Van Rijn
Frontiers in Communication 2, 11, 2017
Bilingualism effects on the cognitive flexibility of autistic children: Evidence from verbal dual-task paradigms
E Peristeri, M Vogelzang, IM Tsimpli
Neurobiology of Language 2 (4), 558-585, 2021
Neural mechanisms underlying the processing of complex sentences: An fMRI study
M Vogelzang, CM Thiel, S Rosemann, JW Rieger, E Ruigendijk
Neurobiology of Language 1 (2), 226-248, 2020
Cognitive Abilities to Explain Individual Variation in the Interpretation of Complex Sentences by Older Adults.
M Vogelzang, CM Thiel, S Rosemann, JW Rieger, E Ruigendijk
CogSci, 3036-3042, 2019
How children process reduced forms: a computational cognitive modeling approach to pronoun processing in discourse
M Vogelzang, MT Guasti, H van Rijn, P Hendriks
Cognitive Science 45 (4), e12951, 2021
COMP-trace effects in German: the role of processing
A Schippers, M Vogelzang, D ÷werdieck
Nordlyd 44 (1), 117-132, 2020
Reasoning about alternative forms is costly: The processing of null and overt pronouns in Italian using pupillary responses
M Vogelzang, F Foppolo, MT Guasti, H van Rijn, P Hendriks
Discourse Processes 57 (2), 158-183, 2020
Processing Overt and Null Subject Pronouns in Italian: a Cognitive Model.
M Vogelzang, P Hendriks, H van Rijn
CogSci, 2015
Reference and Cognition: Experimental and computational cognitive modeling studies on reference processing in Dutch and Italian
M Vogelzang
When hearing does not mean understanding: On the neural processing of syntactically complex sentences by listeners with hearing loss
M Vogelzang, CM Thiel, S Rosemann, JW Rieger, E Ruigendijk
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 64 (1), 250-262, 2021
How cognitive abilities may support children’s bilingual literacy development in a multilingual society
M Vogelzang, IM Tsimpli, M Panda
Languages 7 (1), 33, 2022
Remnants of the delay of Principle B effect in adults: A new approach to an old problem
M Vogelzang, R Hert, E Ruigendijk
Syntax processing, 228-247, 2021
Pronoun processing and interpretation by l2 learners of italian: Perspectives from cognitive modelling
P Hendriks, M Vogelzang
Discours. Revue de linguistique, psycholinguistique et informatique. A†…, 2020
Effects of mother tongue education and multilingualism on reading skills in the regional language and English in India
M Vogelzang, IM Tsimpli, A Balasubramanian, M Panda, S Alladi, ...
TESOL Quarterly, 2024
Line Breaks Can Make You Miss Out a Complement: Developing Predictions in Reading
A Tsoukala, M Vogelzang, I Tsimpli
Linguistics 29 (1), 22, 2022
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