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Adrian Staub MS, PhD

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Massachusetts Amherst
DepartmentCollege of Natural Sciences
Address430 Tobin Hall
Amherst, MA 01003
Phone413-545-5925
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    1. Hammerly C, Staub A, Dillon B. The grammaticality asymmetry in agreement attraction reflects response bias: Experimental and modeling evidence. Cogn Psychol. 2019 May; 110:70-104. PMID: 30798061.
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    2. Kush D, Dillon B, Eik R, Staub A. Processing of Norwegian complex verbs: Evidence for early decomposition. Mem Cognit. 2018 Oct 29. PMID: 30374840.
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    3. Staub A, Dodge S, Cohen AL. Failure to detect function word repetitions and omissions in reading: Are eye movements to blame? Psychon Bull Rev. 2018 Jun 04. PMID: 29869026.
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    4. Staub A, Goddard K. The role of preview validity in predictability and frequency effects on eye movements in reading. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2018 Apr 12. PMID: 29648870.
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    5. Weiss AF, Kretzschmar F, Schlesewsky M, Bornkessel-Schlesewsky I, Staub A. Comprehension demands modulate re-reading, but not first pass reading behavior. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove). 2017 Mar 16; 1-37. PMID: 28300468.
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    6. Staub A, Dillon B, Clifton C. The Matrix Verb as a Source of Comprehension Difficulty in Object Relative Sentences. Cogn Sci. 2016 Nov 04. PMID: 27813146.
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    7. White SJ, Drieghe D, Liversedge SP, Staub A. The word frequency effect during sentence reading: A linear or nonlinear effect of log frequency? Q J Exp Psychol (Hove). 2016 Oct 20; 1-11. PMID: 27760490.
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    8. Cohen AL, Sidlowski S, Staub A. Beliefs and Bayesian reasoning. Psychon Bull Rev. 2016 Sep 07. PMID: 27604495.
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    9. Kingston J, Levy J, Rysling A, Staub A. Eye movement evidence for an immediate Ganong effect. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2016 Dec; 42(12):1969-1988. PMID: 27736119.
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    10. Cohen AL, Staub A. Within-subject consistency and between-subject variability in Bayesian reasoning strategies. Cogn Psychol. 2015 Sep; 81:26-47. PMID: 26354671.
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    11. Kretzschmar F, Schlesewsky M, Staub A. Dissociating word frequency and predictability effects in reading: Evidence from coregistration of eye movements and EEG. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2015 Nov; 41(6):1648-62. PMID: 26010829.
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    12. Helfer KS, Staub A. Competing speech perception in older and younger adults: behavioral and eye-movement evidence. Ear Hear. 2014 Mar-Apr; 35(2):161-70. PMID: 24351611.
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    13. Staub A, Benatar A. Individual differences in fixation duration distributions in reading. Psychon Bull Rev. 2013 Dec; 20(6):1304-11. PMID: 23637011.
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    14. Cohen AL, Staub A. Online processing of novel noun-noun compounds: eye movement evidence. Q J Exp Psychol (Hove). 2014; 67(1):147-65. PMID: 23697393.
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    15. Yang J, Staub A, Li N, Wang S, Rayner K. Plausibility effects when reading one- and two-character words in Chinese: evidence from eye movements. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2012 Nov; 38(6):1801-9. PMID: 22612173.
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    16. Johnson RL, Staub A, Fleri AM. Distributional analysis of the transposed-letter neighborhood effect on naming latency. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2012 Nov; 38(6):1773-9. PMID: 22563634.
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    17. Bogartz RS, Staub A. Gaze step distributions reflect fixations and saccades: a comment on. Cognition. 2012 May; 123(2):325-34. PMID: 22245029.
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    18. Slattery TJ, Staub A, Rayner K. Saccade launch site as a predictor of fixation durations in reading: comments on Hand, Miellet, O'Donnell, and Sereno (2010). J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2012 Feb; 38(1):251-61. PMID: 22082213.
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    19. White SJ, Staub A. The distribution of fixation durations during reading: effects of stimulus quality. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2012 Jun; 38(3):603-17. PMID: 21910560.
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    20. Staub A, Grant M, Clifton C, Rayner K. Still no phonological typicality effect on word reading time (and no good explanation of one, either): a rejoinder to Farmer, Monaghan, Misyak, and Christiansen. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2011 Sep; 37(5):1326-8. PMID: 21895397.
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    21. Staub A. Word recognition and syntactic attachment in reading: evidence for a staged architecture. J Exp Psychol Gen. 2011 Aug; 140(3):407-33. PMID: 21604914.
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    22. Staub A. The effect of lexical predictability on distributions of eye fixation durations. Psychon Bull Rev. 2011 Apr; 18(2):371-6. PMID: 21327339.
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    23. Staub A, White SJ, Drieghe D, Hollway EC, Rayner K. Distributional effects of word frequency on eye fixation durations. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2010 Oct; 36(5):1280-93. PMID: 20873939.
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    24. Staub A. Eye movements and processing difficulty in object relative clauses. Cognition. 2010 Jul; 116(1):71-86. PMID: 20427040.
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    25. Staub A. Response time distributional evidence for distinct varieties of number attraction. Cognition. 2010 Mar; 114(3):447-54. PMID: 20003964.
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    26. Staub A, Grant M, Clifton C, Rayner K. Phonological typicality does not influence fixation durations in normal reading. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2009 May; 35(3):806-14. PMID: 19379050.
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    27. Staub A. On the interpretation of the number attraction effect: Response time evidence. J Mem Lang. 2009 Feb; 60(2):308. PMID: 20126291.
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    28. Drieghe D, Pollatsek A, Staub A, Rayner K. The word grouping hypothesis and eye movements during reading. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2008 Nov; 34(6):1552-60. PMID: 18980414.
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    29. Staub A, Rayner K, Pollatsek A, Hyönä J, Majewski H. The time course of plausibility effects on eye movements in reading: evidence from noun-noun compounds. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2007 Nov; 33(6):1162-9. PMID: 17983320.
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    30. Staub A. The return of the repressed: Abandoned parses facilitate syntactic reanalysis. J Mem Lang. 2007 Aug; 57(2):299-323. PMID: 19593394.
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    31. Staub A. The parser doesn't ignore intransitivity, after all. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2007 May; 33(3):550-69. PMID: 17470005.
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    32. Staub A, Clifton C, Frazier L. Heavy NP shift is the parser's last resort: Evidence from eye movements. J Mem Lang. 2006 Apr; 54(3):389-406. PMID: 17047731.
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    33. Staub A, Clifton C. Syntactic prediction in language comprehension: evidence from either...or. J Exp Psychol Learn Mem Cogn. 2006 Mar; 32(2):425-36. PMID: 16569157.
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    34. Potter MC, Staub A, O'Connor DH, Potter MC. Pictorial and conceptual representation of glimpsed pictures. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2004 Jun; 30(3):478-89. PMID: 15161380.
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    35. Potter MC, Staub A, O'Connor DH. The time course of competition for attention: attention is initially labile. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2002 Oct; 28(5):1149-62. PMID: 12421061.
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    36. Potter MC, Staub A, Rado J, O'Connor DH. Recognition memory for briefly presented pictures: the time course of rapid forgetting. J Exp Psychol Hum Percept Perform. 2002 Oct; 28(5):1163-75. PMID: 12421062.
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