Articles, work in progress
Articles, accepted or published
Kochari, A., Lewis, A., Schoffelen, J. M., & Schriefers, H. (2021). Semantic and syntactic composition of minimal adjective-noun phrases in Dutch: an MEG study. Neuropsychologia, 155.
[pdf] [preprocessed data and analyses] [raw data]
Kochari, A., & Flecken, M. (2019). Lexical prediction in language comprehension: a replication study of grammatical gender effects in Dutch. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 34(2), 239-253.
[pdf] [data and analyses]
van Rooij, R., & Kochari, A. (2019). Grounding a pragmatic theory of vagueness on experimental data: Semi-orders and Weber’s Law. In R. Dietz (Ed.), Vagueness & Rationality in Language Use and Cognition. Springer International Publishing.
Kochari, A., Ostarek, M. (2018). Introducing a replication-first rule for PhD projects. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 41.
Talmina, N., Kochari A., & Szymanik, J. (2017) Quantifiers and verification strategies: connecting the dots. Proceedings of the 21st Amsterdam Colloquium.
Poster at Society for Neurobiology of Language conference 2019: Investigating minimal adjective-noun phrase composition: an MEG study. August 2019.
Talk at Neuroscience of Language conference, NYU Abu Dhabi: Disentangling syntactic and semantic components in basic adjective – noun composition: an MEG study. April 2019.
Poster at CUNY 2018: Interaction of language and magnitude perception: gradable adjectives rely on extraction of ratio-level information. March 2018. [pdf]
Talk at Cognitive Semantics and Quantities workshop: Is the generalized magnitude representation system involved in processing vague adjectives and quantifiers? September 2017.
Poster at ESCoP 2017: Size congruity effect extends to vague adjectives: interaction of generalized magnitude representation and language. September 2017.
Poster at CUNY 2017: When adjectives are like numbers: vague adjectives are processed by the magnitude representation system. March 2017.
A series of interviews about me and my PhD project for Dutch popular science Magazine Kennislink: