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Herbert H. Clark
Herbert H. Clark
Albert Ray Lang Professor of Psychology Emeritus, Stanford University
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Using language
HH Clark
Cambridge University Press, 1996
122531996
Grounding in communication.
HH Clark, SE Brennan
American Psychological Association, 1991
66501991
Psychology and language: An introduction to psycholinguistics
HH Clark, EV Clark
Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, Inc, 1977
58711977
Referring as a collaborative process
HH Clark, D Wilkes-Gibbs
Cognition 22 (1), 1-39, 1986
34161986
The language-as-fixed-effect fallacy: A critique of language statistics in psychological research
HH Clark
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 12 (4), 335-359, 1973
29931973
Definite reference and mutual knowledge
HH Clark, CR Marshall
Elements of discourse understanding, 10-63, 1981
2891*1981
Contributing to discourse
HH Clark, EF Schaefer
Cognitive science 13 (2), 259-294, 1989
25351989
Space, time, semantics, and the child
HH Clark
Cognitive development and acquisition of language, 27-63, 1973
22751973
Comprehension and the given-new contract
HH Clark
Discourse production and comprehension, 1-40, 1977
20811977
Arenas of language use
HH Clark
University of Chicago Press, 1992
18621992
What's new? Acquiring new information as a process in comprehension
SE Haviland, HH Clark
Journal of verbal learning and verbal behavior 13 (5), 512-521, 1974
18461974
Conceptual pacts and lexical choice in conversation.
SE Brennan, HH Clark
Journal of experimental psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 22 (6), 1482, 1996
16691996
When nouns surface as verbs
EV Clark, HH Clark
Language, 767-811, 1979
15201979
Using uh and um in spontaneous speaking
HH Clark, JE Fox Tree
Cognition 84 (1), 73-111, 2002
14152002
Quotations as demonstrations
HH Clark, RJ Gerrig
Language, 764-805, 1990
13591990
On the process of comparing sentences against pictures
HH Clark, WG Chase
Cognitive psychology 3 (3), 472-517, 1972
13431972
Bridging
HH Clark
Theoretical issues in natural language processing, 1975
11771975
Linguistic processes in deductive reasoning.
HH Clark
Psychological review 76 (4), 387, 1969
10451969
On the pretense theory of irony.
HH Clark, RJ Gerrig
American Psychological Association 113 (1), 121, 1984
10301984
Understanding by addressees and overhearers
MF Schober, HH Clark
Cognitive psychology 21 (2), 211-232, 1989
9871989
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