Geertje van Bergen
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Scrambling in spoken Dutch: Definiteness versus weight as determinants of word order variation
G Van Bergen, P De Swart
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 6 (2), 267-295, 2010
Leve hun! Waarom hun nog steeds hun zeggen
G Van Bergen, W Stoop, J Vogels, H De Hoop
Nederlandse taalkunde 16 (1), 2-29, 2011
Putting things in new places: Linguistic experience modulates the predictive power of placement verb semantics
G Van Bergen, M Flecken
Journal of Memory and Language 92, 26-42, 2017
Scrambled objects and case marking in Mandarin Chinese
N Yang, G van Bergen
Lingua 117 (9), 1617-1635, 2007
Who’s first and what’s next. Animacy and word order variation in Dutch language production
G Bergen
[Sl]:[Sn], 2011
Discourse marking and the subtle art of mind-reading: The case of Dutch eigenlijk
G Van Bergen, R Van Gijn, L Hogeweg, S Lestrade
Journal of Pragmatics 43 (15), 3877-3892, 2011
Definiteness and scrambling in Dutch: Where theory meets practice
G Van Bergen, P de Swart
Proceedings of the North East Linguistic Society (NELS) 38, 89-100, 2009
Discourse markers as turn-transition devices: Evidence from speech and instant messaging
L Degand, G Van Bergen
Discourse Processes 55 (1), 47-71, 2018
Linguistic expectation management in online discourse processing: An investigation of Dutch inderdaad'indeed'and eigenlijk'actually'
G Van Bergen, HR Bosker
Journal of Memory and Language 103, 191-209, 2018
Sushi at the beach: Effects of congruent and incongruent immersive contexts on food evaluations
G Van Bergen, EH Zandstra, D Kaneko, GB Dijksterhuis, RA de Wijk
Food Quality and Preference 91, 104193, 2021
To ba or not to ba. Differential object marking in Chinese
G van Bergen
Unpublished master’s thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen, 2006
Counting ‘uhm’s: How tracking the distribution of native and non-native disfluencies influences online language comprehension
HR Bosker, M Van Os, R Does, G Van Bergen
Journal of Memory and Language 106, 189-202, 2019
Anticipating predictability: an ERP investigation of expectation-managing discourse markers in dialogue comprehension
M Rasenberg, J Rommers, G Van Bergen
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35 (1), 1-16, 2020
On the origin of constraints
S Lestrade, G van Bergen, P de Swart
Optimality-Theoretic Syntax, Semantics, and Pragmatics: From Uni- to …, 2016
Managing interpersonal discourse expectations: a comparative analysis of contrastive discourse particles in Dutch
G Van Bergen, L Hogeweg
Linguistics 59 (2), 333-360, 2021
Where to place inaccessible subjects in Dutch: The role of definiteness and animacy
J Vogels, G Van Bergen
Corpus linguistics and linguistic theory 13 (2), 369-398, 2017
Drivers, barriers and interventions for food waste behaviour change: A food system approach
G Zeinstra, S van der Haar, G van Bergen
Wageningen Food & Biobased Research, 2020
Definiteness and adverb–object order in Dutch
P De Swart, G Van Bergen
Unpublished manuscript, 2011
Exploring impact on eating behaviour, exercise and well-being during COVID-19 restrictions in the Netherlands
GB Dijksterhuis, G van Bergen, RA de Wijk, EH Zandstra, D Kaneko, ...
Appetite 168, 105720, 2022
Prag-raising versus Neg-raising
K de Schepper, G van Bergen, S Lestrade, W Stoop
Nederlandse Taalkunde 19 (1), 105-117, 2014
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