Publications

Journal publications (peer-reviewed)
  • Vogels, J., Howcroft, D. M., Tourtouri, E., and Demberg, V. (2020). How speakers adapt object descriptions to listeners under load. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35(1), 78-92. https://doi.org/10.1080/23273798.2019.1648839. Full text
  • Vogels, J., Demberg, V., and Kray, J. (2018). The Index of Cognitive Activity as a measure of cognitive processing load in dual task settings. Frontiers in Psychology 9: 2276. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02276. Full text
  • Lindgren, J. and Vogels, J. (2018). Referential cohesion in Swedish preschool children's narratives. Journal of Pragmatics 133, 45-62. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2018.06.007. Full text
  • Vogels, J. and Van Bergen, G. (2017). Where to place inaccessible subjects in Dutch: The role of definiteness and animacy. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory, 13:2, 369-398. https://doi.org/10.1515/cllt-2013-0021. Full text
  • Zarcone, A., van Schijndel, M., Vogels, J., and Demberg, V. (2016). Salience and Attention in Surprisal-Based Accounts of Language Processing. Frontiers in Psychology 7:844. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00844. Full text
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J., and Maes, A. A. (2015). How cognitive load influences speakers' choice of referring expressions. Cognitive Science 39, 1396-1418. https://doi.org/10.1111/cogs.12205. Full text
  • Vogels, J., Maes, A. A., and Krahmer, E. J. (2014). Choosing referring expressions in Belgian and Netherlandic Dutch: effects of animacy. Lingua 145, 104-121. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lingua.2014.03.007. Full text
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J., and Maes, A. A. (2013). When a stone tries to climb up a slope: the interplay between lexical and perceptual animacy in referential choices. Frontiers in Psychology 4:154. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00154. Full text
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J., and Maes, A. A. (2013). Who is where referred to how, and why? The influence of visual saliency on referent accessibility in spoken language production. Language and Cognitive Processes 28:9, 1323-1349. https://doi.org/10.1080/01690965.2012.682072. Full text
  • Van Bergen, G., Stoop, W., Vogels, J., and De Hoop, H. (2011). Leve hun! Waarom hun nog steeds hun zeggen. Nederlandse Taalkunde 16:1, 2-29. https://doi.org/10.5117/NEDTAA2011.1.LEVE468. Full text
  • Vogels, J. and Lamers, M. J. A. (2008). The placement of bare plural subjects in Dutch. Linguistics in the Netherlands 25, 169-180. https://doi.org/10.1075/avt.25.18vog. Full text
Book chapters
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J., and Maes, A. A. (2019). Accessibility and reference production: the interplay between linguistic and non-linguistic factors. In J. Gundel, B. Abbott (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Reference. Oxford: Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199687305.001.0001.
Conference proceedings
  • Vogels, J. (2019). Both thematic role and next-mention biases affect pronoun use in Dutch. In Proceedings of the 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 3029-3035). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. Full text
  • Howcroft, D. M., Vogels, J., and Demberg, V. (2017). G-TUNA: a corpus of referring expressions in German, including duration information. In Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Natural Language Generation (pp. 149-153). Full text
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J., and Maes, A. A. (2013). Cognitive load does not decrease pronoun use when speaker's and addressee's perspectives are dissociated. In M. Knauff, M. Pauen, N. Sebanz, & I. Wachsmuth (Eds.), Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 3681-3686). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. Full text
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J., and Maes, A. A. (2013). Effects of cognitive load on the choice of referential form. In Proceedings of PRE-CogSci 2013, 31 July 2013, Berlin, Germany. Full text
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J., and Maes, A. A. (2011). How visual saliency affects referent accessibility. In L. Carlson, C. Hoelscher, & T.F. Shipley (Eds.), Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 3128-3133). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society. Full text
Abstracts of conference presentations
  • Kapelle, O. E., Vogels, J., Bimpikou, S., & Maier, E. (2021). Taking the perspective of narrative characters: a mouse-tracking study on the processing of referential expressions in narrative discourse. Poster presented at the TABU-dag 2021, June 10th.
  • Vogels, J., Bimpikou, S., Kapelle, O., & Maier, E. (2021). "Aha, the small mouse is being tracked!": a mouse-tracking study on the processing of referential expressions in narrative discourse. Talk presented at the Grote Taaldag, January 29th.
  • Van Dijk, D., Vogels, J., & De Vries, M. (2021). Idiomen interpreteren in een tweede taal. De rol van context en transfer bij de interpretatie van Engelse idiomen door moedertaalsprekers van het Nederlands. Talk presented at the Grote Taaldag, January 29th.
  • Vogels, J. (2019). Discourse expectations affect pronoun use in Dutch. Talk presented at Discourse Expectations: Theoretical, Experimental, and Computational Perspectives, Berlin, Germany.
  • Vogels, J. (2019). Both Thematic Role and Next-mention Biases Affect Pronoun Use in Dutch. Poster presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society. Montreal, Canada.
  • Vogels, J. (2019). Both thematic role and next-mention biases affect pronoun use in Dutch. Poster presented at TABU-dag, June 20-21, Groningen, the Netherlands.
  • Vogels, J. (2019). Both thematic role and next-mention biases affect pronoun use in Dutch. Poster presented at the 32nd Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Boulder, CO.
  • Vogels, J. and Lindgren, J. (2019). The development of referring expression use in Swedish-speaking children from 4 to 7. Talk presented at the Grote Taaldag, February 2, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
  • Vogels, J. and Lindgren, J. (2018). Development of referring expression use in Swedish preschool children: A longitudinal study. Talk presented at the Groningen-Oldenburg Workshop on language processing and acquisition, 30 November 2018, Oldenburg, Germany.
  • Vogels, J., Howcroft, D. M., Tourtouri, E., and Demberg, V. (2018). Do speakers adapt object descriptions to listeners under load? Talk presented at the 31st Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Davis, CA. Talk | Slides
  • Howcroft, D. M., Vogels, J., and Demberg, V. (2017). G-TUNA: a corpus of referring expressions in German, including duration information. Poster presented at INLG 2017, 4-7 September, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
  • Vogels, J., Howcroft, D.M. and Demberg, V. (2017). Referential overspecification in response to the listener’s cognitive load. Talk presented at ICLC14, July 10-14, Tartu, Estonia.
  • Collin, S., De Hoop, H., De Swart, P., Vardi, R., and Vogels, J. (2017). Eye-movement: Effects of animacy features on language use. Talk presented at CogLing7, January 5-6, Nijmegen.
  • Vogels, J., Demberg, V. and Kray, J. (2015). Cognitive load and individual differences in multitasking abilities. Poster presented at the Workshop on Individual differences in language processing across the adult life span, December 10-11, Nijmegen.
  • Lindgren, J. and Vogels, J. (2015). Referential cohesion in Swedish pre-school children’s narratives. Talk presented at ADILP 2015, Berlin, Germany.
  • Vogels, J. (2014). Accessibility in reverse: effects of animacy on the use of full and reduced pronouns in Dutch. Poster presented at the RefNet workshop 2014, Edinburgh, UK.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2013). Cognitive load does not decrease pronoun use when speaker’s and addressee’s perspectives are dissociated. Poster presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Berlin, Germany.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2013). Effects of cognitive load on the choice of referential form. Talk presented at PRE-CogSci 2013, Berlin, Germany.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2013). Verwijzen naar inanimate entiteiten: de rol van genus in het Noord- en Zuid-Nederlands. Talk presented at Taalkunde in Nederland-dag 2013, February 9, Utrecht.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2012). The interplay between animacy and grammatical gender in the choice of a referring expression: Comparing Belgian and Netherlandic Dutch. Poster presented at Psycholinguistics in Flanders (PiF), Berg en Dal.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2012). When a stone tries to climb up a slope. The influence of perceived and linguistically induced animacy on reference. Poster presented at the 25th Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. New York, NY.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2011). How visual saliency affects referent accessibility. Poster presented at the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Boston, MA.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2011). The influence of visual salience on the choice for a referring expression. Talk presented at Taalkunde in Nederland-dag 2011, February 5, Utrecht.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2010). The effect of visual salience on the production of referring expressions. Poster presented at AMLaP 2010, September 6-8, University of York.
  • Vogels, J., Verberne, S. and Lamers, M. J. A. (2010). On the placement of bare plural subjects in Dutch: How not being specific may result in word order variation. Poster presented at the 6th International Workshop on Language Production, September 2-4, University of Edinburgh.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2010). The effect of visual salience on the choice of referring expressions. Talk presented at TABU-dag, June 3, University of Groningen.
  • Van Bergen, G., De Hoop, H., Stoop, W. and Vogels, J. (2010). Waarom hun nog steeds “hun” zeggen... Talk presented at Taalkunde in Nederland-dag 2010, February 6, Utrecht.
  • Vogels, J. (2010). Subject First or Topic First. Poster presented at the Anéla Juniorendag 2010, January 29, LUCL, Leiden University.
Invited talks
  • Vogels, J. (2020). Effects of referent predictability on the choice of referring expression in Dutch. Prominent Inferences. 10th International workshop on Referential Expressions in Discourse, September 17, University of Cologne.
  • Vogels, J. (2016). The Index of Cognitive Activity as a measure of cognitive load in language comprehension. TiCC Colloquium, August 31, Tilburg University.
  • Lindgren, J. and Vogels, J. (2016). Referential cohesion in Swedish pre-school children’s narratives. Linguistics Seminar, March 22, Uppsala Univeristy.
  • Vogels, J. (2013). A ‘Birds’-eye view on accessibility. TiCC Colloquium, December 18, Tilburg University.
  • Vogels, J., Krahmer, E. J. and Maes, A. A. (2012). When egg cartons are curious: The interplay between linguistic and perceptual sources of accessibility in the production of referring expressions. Semantics and Pragmatics Colloquium, December 4, Radboud University Nijmegen.
  • Vogels, J. (2010). Effects of accessibility on position and form of linguistic expressions. Optimal Communication Colloquium, February 10, Radboud University Nijmegen.
Other
  • Vogels, J. (2014). Referential choices in language production: The role of accessibility. PhD dissertation, Tilburg University. Full text
  • Vogels, J., Verberne, S., and Lamers, M. J. A. (2012). Modelling conflicting word order preferences in Dutch. Unpublished manuscript. Full text
  • Vogels, J. (2009). Subject First or Topic First. Master's thesis, Radboud University Nijmegen. Full text