Roger Kreuz
Roger Kreuz
Associate Dean and Professor of Psychology, The University of Memphis
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How to be sarcastic: The echoic reminder theory of verbal irony.
RJ Kreuz, S Glucksberg
Journal of experimental psychology: General 118 (4), 374, 1989
AutoTutor: A simulation of a human tutor
AC Graesser, K Wiemer-Hastings, P Wiemer-Hastings, R Kreuz, ...
Cognitive Systems Research 1 (1), 35-51, 1999
Why do people use figurative language?
RM Roberts, RJ Kreuz
Psychological science 5 (3), 159-163, 1994
Two cues for verbal irony: Hyperbole and the ironic tone of voice
RJ Kreuz, RM Roberts
Metaphor and symbol 10 (1), 21-31, 1995
Context can constrain lexical access: Implications for models of language comprehension.
S Glucksberg, RJ Kreuz, SH Rho
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 12 (3), 323, 1986
Lexical influences on the perception of sarcasm
R Kreuz, G Caucci
Proceedings of the Workshop on computational approaches to Figurative …, 2007
On satire and parody: The importance of being ironic
RJ Kreuz, RM Roberts
Metaphor and Symbol 8 (2), 97-109, 1993
Pragmatics and pedagogy: Conversational rules and politeness strategies may inhibit effective tutoring
NK Pearson, RJ Kreuz, RA Zwaan, AC Graesser
Cognition and instruction 13 (2), 161-188, 1995
A theory of inference generation during text comprehension
AC Graesser, RJ Kreuz
Taylor & Francis Group 16 (1-2), 145-160, 1993
The use of verbal irony: Cues and constraints
RJ Kreuz
Metaphor, 23-38, 2018
On being ironic: Pragmatic and mnemonic implications
RJ Kreuz, DL Long, MB Church
Metaphor and symbol 6 (3), 149-162, 1991
Asymmetries in the use of verbal irony
RJ Kreuz, KE Link
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 21 (2), 127-143, 2002
Emotion encoding and interpretation in computer-mediated communication: Reasons for use
MA Riordan, RJ Kreuz
Computers in human behavior 26 (6), 1667-1673, 2010
Simulating human tutor dialog moves in AutoTutor
NK Person, AC Graesser, RJ Kreuz, V Pomeroy
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education 12, 23-39, 2001
Do you hear what I hear? Experimental measurement of the perceptual salience of acoustically manipulated vowel variants by Southern speakers in Memphis, TN
V Fridland, K Bartlett, R Kreuz
Language variation and change 16 (1), 1-16, 2004
Transcribing oral discourse: A survey and a model system
RA Dressler, RJ Kreuz
Discourse Processes 29 (1), 25-36, 2000
Regional variation in the use of sarcasm
ML Dress, RJ Kreuz, KE Link, GM Caucci
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 27 (1), 71-85, 2008
Cues in computer-mediated communication: A corpus analysis
MA Riordan, RJ Kreuz
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (6), 1806-1817, 2010
Listeners invest in an assumed other’s perspective despite cognitive cost
ND Duran, R Dale, RJ Kreuz
Cognition 121 (1), 22-40, 2011
Figurative Language Occurence and Co-Occurence in Contemporary Literature
RJ Kreuz, RM Roberts, BK Johnson, EL Bertus
Advances in Discourse Processes 52, 83-98, 1996
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