dr. J.C. (Jacolien) van Rij-Tange

Assistant professor

dr. J.C. (Jacolien) van Rij-Tange
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j.c.van.rij rug.nl

Research

Postal address:
Nijenborgh9
9747 AG
Groningen
Netherlands
Phone: +31 50 363 5974Fax: +31 50 363 6687
  1. 2020
  2. Ji, Y., van Rij, J., & Taatgen, N. (2020). Cognitive Flexibility in Cognitive Architecture: Simulating using Contextual Learning in PRIMs. In Poster session presented at 18th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling
  3. 2019
  4. Toth, A., Charest, M., van Rij, J., & Järvikivi, J. (2019). Applying the Visual World Paradigm in the Investigation of Preschoolers’ Online Reference Processing in a Naturalistic Discourse. In Applying the Visual World Paradigm in the Investigation of Preschoolers’ Online Reference Processing in a Naturalistic Discourse (pp. 2981-2987). Cognitive Science Society.
  5. Ji, Y., van Rij, J., & Taatgen, N. (2019). Discoveries of the Algebraic Mind: A PRIMs Model. In Proceedings of 17th International conference on cognitive modeling Waterloo, Canada: University of Waterloo.
  6. Sprenger, S., Verbree, R., & van Rij, J. (2019). Pupil size reflects the time course of lexical access during production. Poster session presented at Architectures and Mechanisms of
    Language Processing (AMLaP), Moscow, Russian Federation.
  7. Toth, A. G., Charest, M., van Rij, J., & Järvikivi, J. (2019). What's the Story? Eye Movements in a Continuous Discourse. Poster session presented at 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society , Montreal, Canada.
  8. 2018
  9. Sprenger, S., & van Rij, J. (2018). The development of idiom knowledge across the lifespan. Poster session presented at Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, Berlin, Germany.
  10. Baayen, R. H., van Rij, J., de Cat, C., & Wood, S. (2018). Autocorrelated errors in experimental data in the language sciences: Some solutions offered by Generalized Additive Mixed Models. In D. Speelman, K. Heylen, & D. Geeraerts (Eds.), Mixed-Effects Regression Models in Linguistics (pp. 49-69). (Quantitative Methods in the Humanities and Social Sciences). Springer International Publishing AG. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69830-4
  11. Verbree, R., van Rij, J., & Sprenger, S. (2018). Cognitve Effort in Speech Production: Insights from Pupillometry during Fluent and Stuttered Speech. Poster session presented at TABU Dag 2018, Groningen, Netherlands.
  12. Boll-Avetisyan, N., Nixon, J. S., Lentz, T. O., Liu, L., van Ommen, S., Cöltekin, C., & van Rij, J. (2018). Neural response development during distributional learning. In Proceedings of Interspeech 2018 (pp. 1432-1436). ISCA. https://doi.org/10.21437/Interspeech.2018-2072
  13. Hoppe, D., van Rij, J., Ramscar, M., & Hendriks, P. (2018). Order matters! How marking order influences learning of categories in language. Poster session presented at 31st Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Davis, United States.
  14. Nixon, J. S., Boll-Avetisyan, N., Lentz, T. O., van Ommen, S., Keij, B., Cöltekin, C., ... van Rij, J. (2018). Short-term exposure enhances perception of both between- and within-category acoustic information. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Speech Prosody 2018 (pp. 114-118). ISCA. https://doi.org/10.21437/SpeechProsody.2018-23
  15. 2017
  16. Hoppe, D., van Rij, J., Ramscar, M., & Hendriks, P. (2017). Before or After? Suffixes outperform prefixes in discrimination of complex L2 categories. Poster session presented at TABU Dag , Groningen, Netherlands.
  17. Hoppe, D., van Rij, J., Ramscar, M., & Hendriks, P. (2017). Before or After? How suffixes discriminate categories and prefixes discriminate items. Poster session presented at Architectures and Mechanisms of Language Processing, Lancaster, United Kingdom.
  18. Porretta, V., Kyröläinen, A-J., van Rij, J., & Järvikivi, J. (2017). Visual World Paradigm Data: From Preprocessing to Nonlinear Time-Course Analysis. In I. Czarnowski, R. J. Howlett, & L. C. Jain (Eds.), Intelligent Decision Technologies 2017 (pp. 268-277). (Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies; Vol. 73). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-59424-8_25
  19. 2016
  20. van Rij, J., Hollebrandse, B., & Hendriks, P. (2016). Children's eye gaze reveals their use of discourse context in object pronoun resolution. In A. Holler, & K. Suckow (Eds.), Empirical perspectives on anaphora resolution (pp. 267-293). (Linguistische Arbeiten; Vol. 563). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter.
  21. 2015
  22. Nixon, J. S., van Rij, J., Li, X., & Chen, Y. (2015). Cross-category phonological effects on ERP amplitude demonstrate context-specific processing during reading aloud. In A. Botinis (Ed.), ExLing 2015: Proceedings of the International Conference of Experimental Linguistics (pp. 50-53)
  23. Nixon, J. S., van Rij, J., Mok, P., & Chen, Y. (2015). Eye movements reflect acoustic cue informativity and statistical noise. In A. Botinis (Ed.), ExLing 2015: Proceedings of the International Conference of Experimental Linguistics (pp. 54-57)
  24. 2013
  25. 2012
  26. 2011
  27. Hendriks, P., Banga, A., van Rij, J., Cannizzaro, C. L., & Hoeks, J. C. J. (2011). Adult's comprehension of object pronouns in discourse: An eye-tracking study. In A. Grimm, A. Müller, C. Hamann, & E. Ruigendijk (Eds.), Production-Comprehension Asymmetries in Child Language (pp. 193-216). (Studies on language aquisition; Vol. 43). Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
  28. Hendriks, P., & van Rij, J. (2011). Language acquisition and language change in bidirectional Optimality Theory. In A. Benz, & J. Mattausch (Eds.), Bidirectional Optimality Theory (pp. 97 - 123). (Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today; No. 180). Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishers.
  29. van Rij, J., van Rijn, H., & Hendriks, P. (2011). Towards a cognitively plausible model of reference. In K. van Deemter, A. Gatt, R. van Gompel, & E. Krahmer (Eds.), Proceedings of the PRE-CogSci 2011 workshop on Production of Referring Expressions: Bridging the gap between computational, empirical & theoretical approaches
  30. van Rij, J., van Rijn, H., & Hendriks, P. (2011). WM load influences the interpretation of referring expressions. In F. Keller, & D. Reitter (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd workshop on Cognitive Modeling and Computational Linguistics (pp. 67 - 75). Portland, OR: Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL).
  31. 2010
  32. 2009
  33. van Rij, J., Hendriks, P., Spenader, J., & van Rijn, H. (2009). From group results to individual patterns in pronoun comprehension. In J. Chandlee, M. Franchini, S. Lord, & M. Rheiner (Eds.), BUCLD 33: Proceedings of the 33rd annual Boston University Conference on Language Development (Vol. 2, pp. 563-574). (Proceedings of the Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.
  34. van Rij, J., Hendriks, P., & van Rijn, H. (2009). Integrating discourse in a computational model of the production and comprehension of referring expressions. In K. van Deemter, A. Gatt, R. van Gompel, & E. Krahmer (Eds.), Proceedings of the PRE-CogSci 2009 workshop on Production of referring expressions: Bridging the gap between computational and empirical approaches to reference Tilburg.
  35. van Rij, J., Hendriks, P., Spenader, J., & van Rijn, H. (2009). Modeling the selective effects of slowed-down speech in pronoun comprehension. In J. Crawford, K. Otaki, & M. Takahashi (Eds.), Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (GALANA 2008) (pp. 291–302). Somerville, MA, USA: Cascadilla Press.

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