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William H. Levine
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Arkansas
Visiting Scholar at Penn State, Spring 2010

Department of Psychology
Pennsylvania State University
619 Moore Building
University Park, PA 16802

Phone: (814) 865-0645
E-mail: whlevine@uark.edu

Lab Affiliation: Language Processing & Eye-tracking Lab

Research Interests:

Narrative comprehension, referential processing, inferential processes, negation, pragmatics, sentence processing

Recent Publications:

Recent Publications:

Levine, W. H., & Hagaman, J. A. (2008). Negated concepts interfere with anaphor resolution. Intercultural Pragmatics, 5, 471-500.

Klin, C. M., Weingartner, K. M., Guzmán, A. E., & Levine, W. H. (2004). Readers' sensitivity to linguistic cues in narratives: How salience influences anaphor resolution. Memory & Cognition, 32, 511-522.

Weingartner, K. M., Guzmán, A. E., Levine, W. H., & Klin, C. M. (2003). When throwing a vase has multiple consequences: Minimal encoding of predictive inferences. Discourse Processes, 36, 131-146.

Gordon, P. C., Hendrick, R., & Levine, W. H. (2002). Memory-load interference in syntactic processing. Psychological Science, 13, 425-430.