Kristopher Kyle
Kristopher Kyle
Assistant Professor, Linguistics, University of Oregon
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Automatically assessing lexical sophistication: Indices, tools, findings, and application
K Kyle, SA Crossley
Tesol Quarterly 49 (4), 757-786, 2015
2622015
The tool for the automatic analysis of text cohesion (TAACO): Automatic assessment of local, global, and text cohesion
SA Crossley, K Kyle, DS McNamara
Behavior research methods 48 (4), 1227-1237, 2016
1852016
The development and use of cohesive devices in L2 writing and their relations to judgments of essay quality
SA Crossley, K Kyle, DS McNamara
Journal of Second Language Writing 32, 1-16, 2016
1502016
Sentiment Analysis and Social Cognition Engine (SEANCE): An automatic tool for sentiment, social cognition, and social-order analysis
SA Crossley, K Kyle, DS McNamara
Behavior research methods 49 (3), 803-821, 2017
1312017
Measuring syntactic development in L2 writing: Fine grained indices of syntactic complexity and usage-based indices of syntactic sophistication
K Kyle
1202016
The tool for the automatic analysis of lexical sophistication (TAALES): version 2.0
K Kyle, S Crossley, C Berger
Behavior research methods 50 (3), 1030-1046, 2018
1142018
Predicting text comprehension, processing, and familiarity in adult readers: New approaches to readability formulas
SA Crossley, S Skalicky, M Dascalu, DS McNamara, K Kyle
Discourse Processes 54 (5-6), 340-359, 2017
942017
The relationship between lexical sophistication and independent and source-based writing
K Kyle, S Crossley
Journal of Second Language Writing 34, 12-24, 2016
852016
Measuring syntactic complexity in L2 writing using fine‐grained clausal and phrasal indices
K Kyle, SA Crossley
The Modern Language Journal 102 (2), 333-349, 2018
742018
Analyzing discourse processing using a simple natural language processing tool
SA Crossley, LK Allen, K Kyle, DS McNamara
Discourse Processes 51 (5-6), 511-534, 2014
682014
Assessing syntactic sophistication in L2 writing: A usage-based approach
K Kyle, S Crossley
Language Testing 34 (4), 513-535, 2017
492017
Lexical sophistication as a multidimensional phenomenon: Relations to second language lexical proficiency, development, and writing quality
M Kim, SA Crossley, K Kyle
The Modern Language Journal 102 (1), 120-141, 2018
472018
Linguistic Microfeatures to Predict L2 Writing Proficiency: A Case Study in Automated Writing Evaluation.
SA Crossley, K Kyle, LK Allen, L Guo, DS McNamara
Grantee Submission 7 (1), 2014
462014
A usage‐based investigation of L2 lexical acquisition: The role of input and output
S Crossley, K Kyle, T Salsbury
The Modern Language Journal 100 (3), 702-715, 2016
422016
The Tool for the Automatic Analysis of Cohesion 2.0: Integrating semantic similarity and text overlap
SA Crossley, K Kyle, M Dascalu
Behavior research methods 51 (1), 14-27, 2019
322019
Construct validity in TOEFL iBT speaking tasks: Insights from natural language processing
K Kyle, SA Crossley, DS McNamara
Language Testing 33 (3), 319-340, 2016
302016
To Aggregate or Not? Linguistic Features in Automatic Essay Scoring and Feedback Systems.
SA Crossley, K Kyle, DS McNamara
Grantee Submission 8 (1), 2015
212015
Beginning and intermediate L2 writer’s use of N-grams: an association measures study
J Garner, S Crossley, K Kyle
International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching 58 (1), 51-74, 2020
182020
Absolute frequency effects in second language lexical acquisition
SA Crossley, S Skalicky, K Kyle, K Monteiro
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 41 (4), 721-744, 2019
182019
N-gram measures and L2 writing proficiency
J Garner, S Crossley, K Kyle
System 80, 176-187, 2019
182019
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