Selected publications

Gahl, Susanne & Lise Menn. 2016. Usage-based approaches to Aphasia. Aphasiology. Pre-publication version. Full text available for download.

Baayen, R.H., Tomaschek, F., Gahl, S. & M. Ramscar. 2017. The Ecclesiastes principle in language change. In Marianne Hundt, Sandra Mollin & Simone Pfenninger (eds.), The changing English language: Psycholinguistic perspectives (Studies in English Language), p. 21-48. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gahl, Susanne & Julia F. Strand. 2016. Many neighborhoods: Phonological and perceptual neighborhood density in lexical production and perception. Journal of Memory and Language 89, 162.178. doi:10.1016/j.jml.2015.12.006

Gahl, Susanne. 2015. Lexical competition in vowel articulation revisited: Vowel dispersion in the Easy/Hard database. Journal of Phonetics 49, 96-116.

Dukhovny, Elena & Susanne Gahl. 2014. Manual motor-plan similarity affects lexical recall on a speech-generating device: Implications for AAC users. Journal of Communication Disorders 48, 52-60.

Gahl, S., Cibelli, E., Hall, K., and R. Sprouse. 2014. The "Up" corpus: A corpus of speech samples across adulthood. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory 10, . Pre-publication version

Gahl, S., Yao, Y., & Keith Johnson. 2012. Why reduce? Phonological neighborhood density and phonetic reduction in spontaneous speech. Journal of Memory and Language 66, 789-806.

Gahl, S. 2012. Why so short? Competing explanations for variation. in Proceedings of WCCFL 29, p. 1-10.

Tily, H., Gahl, S. , Arnon, I., Snider, N., Kothari, A. & Joan Bresnan. 2009. Syntactic probabilities affect pronunciation variation in spontaneous speech. Language and Cognition 1(2), 147-165.

Gahl, S. 2008. "Thyme" and "time" are not homophones. The effect of lemma frequency on word durations in spontaneous speech. Language 84(3), 474-496.

Gahl, S. & Garnsey, S. M. 2006. Knowledge of grammar includes knowledge of syntactic probabilities. Language 82(2), 405-410.

Gahl, S. & Yu, Alan C.L.. 2006. Introduction to the Special Issue on Exemplar-based Models in Linguistics. The Linguistic Review 23(3), 213-216.

Schwartz, M., Dell, G. S., Martin, N., Gahl, S. & Sobel, P. 2006. A Case-series test of the interactive two-step model of lexical access: Evidence from picture naming. Journal of Memory and Language 54, 228-264.

Gahl, S. & Garnsey, S. M. 2004. Knowledge of grammar, knowledge of usage: Syntactic probabilities affect pronunciation variation. Language 80, 748-775.

Regier, T. & Gahl, S. 2004. Learning the unlearnable: The role of missing evidence. Cognition 93, 147-155.

Gahl, S., Jurafsky, D. & D. Roland. 2004. Verb subcategorization frequencies: American English corpus data, methodological studies, and cross-corpus comparisons. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 36 (3), 432-443.

Gahl, S., Menn, L., Ramsberger, G., Jurafsky, D., Elders, E., Rewega, M., & Holland, A. 2003. Syntactic frame and verb bias in aphasia: Plausibility judgments of undergoer-subject sentences. Brain and Cognition 53, 223-228.

Menn, L., Gahl, S., Ramsberger, G., Jurafsky, D., Rewega, M. & Holland, A. 2003. Beyond canonical form: Verb-frame frequency affects verb production and comprehension. Brain and Language, 87, 23-24.

Gahl, S. 2002. Lexical biases in aphasic sentence comprehension: An experimental and corpus linguistic study. Aphasiology 16, 1173-1198