Ernesto Guerra
Ernesto Guerra
Center for Advanced Research in Education-CIAE, Institute of Education, Universidad de Chile
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Effects of speech rate, preview time of visual context, and participant instructions reveal strong limits on prediction in language processing
F Huettig, E Guerra
Brain Research 1706, 196-208, 2019
Visually situated language comprehension
P Knoeferle, E Guerra
Language and Linguistics Compass 10 (2), 66-82, 2016
Spatial distance effects on incremental semantic interpretation of abstract sentences: evidence from eye tracking
E Guerra, P Knoeferle
Cognition 133 (3), 535-552, 2014
Testing the limits of prediction in language processing: Prediction occurs but far from always
F Huettig, E Guerra
The 21st Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language …, 2015
Visually perceived spatial distance affects the interpretation of linguistically mediated social meaning during online language comprehension: an eye tracking reading study
E Guerra, P Knoeferle
Journal of Memory and Language 92, 43-56, 2017
Towards understanding the task dependency of embodied language processing: the influence of colour during language-vision interactions
F Huettig, E Guerra, A Helo
Journal of Cognition 3 (1), 2020
A crack in the crystal ball: Evidence against pre-activation of gender features in sentence comprehension
E Guerra, B Nicenboim, AV Helo
Architectures and mechanisms for language processing (AMLaP), 2018
Real time comprehension of Spanish articles in children with developmental language disorder: Empirical evidence from eye movements
S Christou, E Guerra, CJ Coloma, LA Barrachina, C Araya, ...
Journal of Communication Disorders 87, 106027, 2020
Semantic interference and facilitation: Understanding the integration of spatial distance and conceptual similarity during sentence reading
E Guerra, P Knoeferle
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 718, 2018
A-Book: A Feedback-Based Adaptive System to Enhance Meta-Cognitive Skills during Reading
E Guerra, G Mellado
Frontiers in human neuroscience 11, 98, 2017
Abstract language comprehension is incrementally modulated by non-referential spatial information: evidence from eye-tracking
E Guerra, P Knoeferle
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 34 (34), 2012
Ladies First: Gender Stereotypes Drive Anticipatory Eye-Movements During Incremental Sentence Interpretation
E Guerra, J Bernotat, H Carvacho, G Bohner
Frontiers in psychology, 1868, 2021
Adult vocabulary modulates speed of word integration into preceding text across sentence boundaries: Evidence from self‐paced reading
E Guerra, E Kronmüller
Reading Research Quarterly 55 (4), 663-677, 2020
Eye tracking during visually situated language comprehension: flexibility and limitations in uncovering visual context effects
CR Ronderos, K Münster, E Guerra, H Kreysa, A Rodríguez, J Kröger, ...
JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), e57694, 2018
Visually situated language comprehension. Language and Linguistics Compass, 10 (2), 66–82
P Knoeferle, E Guerra
What’s non-linguistic visual context? A view from language comprehension
P Knoeferle, E Guerra
What is a context? Linguistic approaches and challenges 196, 9-32, 2012
Real‐time comprehension of Spanish prepositions and prepositional locutions in bilingual children with developmental language disorder: A study based on eye‐movement evidence
S Christou, M Sanz‐Torrent, CJ Coloma, E Guerra, C Araya, L Andreu
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 56 (1), 51-71, 2021
Cross-situational statistical learning in children with developmental language disorder
N Ahufinger, E Guerra, L Ferinu, L Andreu, M Sanz-Torrent
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 36 (9), 1180-1200, 2021
Processing speaker-specific information in two stages during the interpretation of referential precedents
E Kronmüller, E Guerra
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 552368, 2020
Objects shape activation during spoken word recognition in preschoolers with typical and atypical language development: an eye-tracking study
A Helo, E Guerra, CJ Coloma, MA Reyes, P Rämä
Language Learning and Development 18 (3), 324-351, 2022
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