Andrea Krott
Andrea Krott
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Birmingham
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Analogy in morphology: modeling the choice of linking morphemes in Dutch
A Krott, RH Baayen, R Schreuder
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 39 (1), 51-93, 2001
Dutch inflection: the rules that prove the exception
H Baayen, R Schreuder, N Jong, A Krott
Storage and computation in the language faculty, 61-92, 2002
How much exposure to English is necessary for a bilingual toddler to perform like a monolingual peer in language tests?
A Cattani, K Abbot‐Smith, R Farag, A Krott, F Arreckx, I Dennis, C Floccia
International journal of language & communication disorders 49 (6), 649-671, 2014
Analogical effects on linking elements in German compound words
A Krott, R Schreuder, R Harald Baayen, WU Dressler
Language and cognitive processes 22 (1), 25-57, 2007
Large constituent families help children parse compounds
A Krott, E Nicoladis
Journal of Child Language 32 (1), 139-158, 2005
Data trimming procedure can eliminate bilingual cognitive advantage
B Zhou, A Krott
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (4), 1221-1230, 2016
Removing speech artifacts from electroencephalographic recordings during overt picture naming
C Porcaro, MT Medaglia, A Krott
NeuroImage 105, 171-180, 2015
Analogy in morphology: the selection of linking elements in Dutch compounds
A Krott
[Sl: sn], 2001
The nature of anterior negativities caused by misapplications of morphological rules
A Krott, RH Baayen, P Hagoort
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18 (10), 1616-1630, 2006
Bilingualism enhances attentional control in non-verbal conflict tasks–evidence from ex-Gaussian analyses
B Zhou, A Krott
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 21 (1), 162-180, 2018
The role of analogy for compound words. In Blevins
A Krott, J Blevins
Analogy in grammar: Form and acquisition, 2009
Word family size and French‐speaking children's segmentation of existing compounds
E Nicoladis, A Krott
Language Learning 57 (2), 201-228, 2007
Analogical hierarchy: Exemplar-based modeling of linkers in Dutch noun-noun compounds
A Krott, R Schreuder, RH Baayen
Human Cognitive Processing; 10, 181-206, 2002
Complex words in complex words
A Krott, R Schreuder, RH Baayen
Walter de Gruyter 37 (5), 905-926, 1999
A bilingual advantage? An appeal for a change in perspective and recommendations for future research
GJ Poarch, A Krott
Behavioral Sciences 9 (9), 95, 2019
Probability in the grammar of German and Dutch: Interfixation in triconstituent compounds
A Krott, G Libben, G Jarema, W Dressler, R Schreuder, H Baayen
Language and speech 47 (1), 83-106, 2004
How the parts relate to the whole: Frequency effects on children's interpretations of novel compounds
A Krott, CL Gagné, E Nicoladis
Journal of Child Language 36 (1), 85-112, 2009
Understanding bilingual brain function and structure changes? U Bet! A Unified Bilingual Experience Trajectory model
V DeLuca, K Segaert, A Mazaheri, A Krott
Journal of Neurolinguistics 56, 100930, 2020
Linking elements in Dutch noun–noun compounds: Constituent families as analogical predictors for response latencies
A Krott, R Schreuder, RH Baayen
Brain and Language 81 (1-3), 708-722, 2002
Automaticity and control in language processing
A Meyer, L Wheeldon, A Krott
Psychology Press, 2007
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