G.J. (Gregory) Mills, PhD

E-mail:
g.j.mills rug.nl

Research

Postal address:
O Kijk in t Jatstr
26
Groningen
9712 EK
Netherlands
  1. 2019
  2. 2018
  3. 2017
  4. Zaal, E., Mills, G., Hagen, A., Huisman, C., & Hoeks, J. (2017). Convincing Conversations: Using a Computer-Based Dialogue System to Promote a Plant-Based Diet. In Proceedings of the Cognitive Science Conference (pp. 3627-3632)
  5. 2016
  6. You, G., Verheijen, L., Danu, J., Redeker, G., & Mills, G. (2016). Interactional consequences of overt and covert production of chat messages. Paper presented at TABU Dag, Groningen, Netherlands.
  7. Mills, G., & Roberts, S. (Ed.) (2016). Language adapts to interaction: workshop at the evolution of language conference (Evolang). Evolang XI, New Orleans, United States.
  8. Mills, G., & Redeker, G. (2016). Making invisible trouble visible: Self-repair increases abstraction of referring expressions. Paper presented at CogSci 2016 , Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
  9. Mills, G., & Redeker, G. (2016). Making invisible trouble visible: Self-repair increases abstraction of referring expressions. Abstract from Linking social effects in language processing to social effects in language evolution, Netherlands.
  10. Mills, G. (2016). The evolution of repair: Evidence from online conversations. Poster session presented at Evolang XI, New Orleans, United States.
  11. van Burgsteden, L. M., Harms, P., Redeker, G., & Mills, G. (2016). The role of (self-)repair in semantic coordination. Paper presented at TABU Dag, Groningen, Netherlands.
  12. 2015
  13. Jacobi, J., de Rechteren, A., Mills, G., & Redeker, G. (2015). Dutch-speaking children’s co-ordination skills in dialogue. Abstract from 36th TABU, Netherlands.
  14. Mills, G. (2015). How soon is now? Partner-specific language of timing in joint activities. Poster session presented at Cog Sci 2015 Annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Pasadena, United States.
  15. Mills, G. (2015). Making and breaking procedural conventions: partner-specific effects. Abstract from 6th Bi-Annual Joint Action conference, Budapest, Hungary.
  16. Engbrenghof, M., Mills, G., & Redeker, G. (2015). Manipulating evidence of grounding in a collaborative communication game. Abstract from TABU 2016, Groningen, Netherlands.
  17. Mills, G. (2015). The emergence of novel adjacency pairs during instant messaging. Abstract from Micro-Analysis of Online Discourse (MOOD-Z), Zurich, Switzerland.
  18. 2014
  19. Mills, G. (2014). Conventionalizing adjacency pairs during text-based interaction. Abstract from Micro Analysis of Online Data (MOOD-Y), York, United Kingdom.
  20. Mills, G. (2014). Establishing a communication system: Miscommunication drives abstraction. Abstract from EvoLangX: 10th International Conference on the Evolution of Language, Vienna, Austria.
  21. Mills, G. (2014). Establishing a communication system: Miscommunication drives abstraction. Poster session presented at 36th annual meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Quebec, Canada.
  22. Mills, G. (2014). Is breathing in fast writing comparable to breathing in speech?. Poster session presented at 10th International Seminar on Speech Production, Koln, Germany.
  23. Mills, G. (2014). Semantic coordination in dialogue: miscommunication drives abstraction. Abstract from 3rd International Workshop on Miscommunication, London, United Kingdom.

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