Not all cues are equal: Retrieving gender and number in Brazilian Portuguese sluiced sentences

Alternatives on demand and locality: Resolving discourse-linked wh-phrases in sluices

Previous studies have observed a tendency to associate the remnant (e.g., who) of ambiguous sluicing ellipsis with the closest / most local correlate (someone) in the matrix clause, as in Somebody said Fred fired someone, but I don’t know who …

Predictions in sentence processing: Words to structure

Structure modulates similarity-based interference in sluicing: An eye tracking study

In cue-based content-addressable approaches to memory, a target and its competitors are retrieved in parallel from memory via a fast, associative cue-matching procedure under a severely limited focus of attention. Such a parallel matching procedure …

Discourse accessibility and structural bias: Processing d-linked phrases in sluices

Generating alternatives on demand: Processing sluices with d-linked remnants

Alternatives on demand: Processing d-linked phrases in sluice structures