Refereed Journal Articles

Ava Creemers and David Embick. “Retrieving stem meanings in opaque words during auditory lexical processing.” Language, Cognition and Neuroscience (advance online publication). doi: 10.1080/23273798.2021.1909085

Birgit Knudsen, Ava Creemers, and Antje S. Meyer. “Forgotten little words: How backchannels and particles may facilitate speech planning in conversation.” Frontiers in Psychology, 11, 3071. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2020.593671

Creemers, Ava, Amy Goodwin Davies, Robert J. Wilder, Meredith Tamminga, and David Embick (2020). “Opacity, Transparency, and Morphological Priming: A Study of Prefixed Verbs in Dutch.” Journal of Memory and Language110, 104055. doi: 10.1016/j.jml.2019.104055

Creemers, Ava, Jan Don, and Paula Fenger (2018). “Some affixes are roots, others are heads.” Natural Language & Linguistic Theory 36(1): pp. 45-84. doi: 10.1007/s11049-017-9372-1

Schaeffer, Jeannette, Merel van Witteloostuijn, and Ava Creemers (2018). “Article Choice, Theory of Mind and Memory in Children with High-Functioning Autism and Children with Specific Language Impairment.” Applied Psycholinguistics 39(1): pp. 89-115. doi: 10.1017/S0142716417000492

Book and Volume Chapters

Embick, David, Ava Creemers, and Amy Goodwin Davies (in press). “Morphology and the mental lexicon: Three questions about decomposition.” To appear in: Oxford Handbook of the Mental Lexicon, ed. by Lila Gleitman, Anna Papafragou, and John Trueswell. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Preprint available at lingbuzz/005435.

Van Lipzig, Emma, Ava Creemers, and Jan Don (in press). “Morphological processing in nominalizations: A priming study on Dutch.” In: Linguistics in the Netherlands 2020:37, ed. by Elena Tribushinina and Mark Dingemanse, pp. 165–179. doi: 10.1075/avt.00044.lip

Fenger, Paula, Ava Creemers, and Marlijn Meijer (2015). “The syntactic nature of the particle be-.” In: Linguistics in the Netherlands 2015 32(1), ed. by Köhnlein, Björn and Jenny Audring, pp. 48–62. doi: 10.1075/avt.32.04fen

Creemers, Ava and Jeannette Schaeffer (2015). “Grammatical and pragmatic properties of the DP in children with Specific Language Impairment (SLI) and in children with High Functioning Autism (HFA).” In: Linguistics in the Netherlands 2015 32(1), ed. by Köhnlein, Björn and Jenny Audring, pp. 16-32. doi: 10.1075/avt.32.02cre

Conference Proceedings

Creemers, Ava (forthcoming). “Resultative Secondary Predicates and Prefixes in German and Dutch.” In: Penn Working Papers in Linguistics: Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Penn Linguistics Conference, ed. by Ryan Budnick and Nari Rhee, vol. 26.1, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.

Chanchaochai, Nattanun and Ava Creemers (2019). “Investigating the corner-corn Effect in Auditory Processing.” In: Proceedings of The 11th International Conference on the Mental Lexicon, 1, e102. doi: 10.7939/r3-w5rt-gy96

Creemers, Ava, Jérémy Zehr, and Florian Schwarz (2018). “Interpreting Presuppositions in the Scope of Quantifiers: every vs. at least one.” In: Proceedings of Sinn und Bedeutung 22. Ed. by Uli Sauerland and Stephanie Solt. Vol.1. ZASPiL 60. Berlin: Leibniz-Centre General Linguistics, pp. 331–348. [pdf]

Creemers, Ava and Jeannette Schaeffer (2016). “Specific Language Impairment and High Functioning Autism: Evidence for Distinct Etiologies and for Modularity of Grammar and Pragmatics.” In: Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (GALANA 2015), ed. Laurel Perkins et al., pp. 1-12. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. [pdf]

Creemers, Ava, Jan Don, Paula Fenger (2015). “Stress and categorial flexibility of affixes as a consequence of morphological structure.” In: North East Linguistic Society (NELS) 45; ed. by Bui, T. and Özyildiz, D., Amherst, MA, UMass, GSLA publications, pp. 165-178.