Items where Author is "Milin, Petar"

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2019

Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar and Medimorec, Srdan (2019). Research data supporting Divjak, D., Milin, P., and Medimorec, S. (2020). Construal in language: A visual-world approach to the effects of linguistic alternations on event perception and conception. Cognitive Linguistics, 31(1). University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000385.

September 2019

Medimorec, Srdan and Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar (2019). Research data supporting Medimorec, S., Milin, P., & Divjak, D. (in press). Working memory affects anticipatory behavior during implicit pattern learning. Psychological Research. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00426-019-01251-w. University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/00000379.

2020

Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar (2020). Exploring and exploiting uncertainty: Statistical learning ability affects how we learn to process language along multiple dimensions of experience. University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000452.

Milin, Petar and Harish, Tayyar Madabushi and Croucher, Michael and Divjak, Dagmar (2020). Keeping it simple: Implementation and performance of the proto-principle of adaptation and learning in the language sciences. University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000449.

Milin, Petar and Ez-zizi, Adnane and Divjak, Dagmar and Józefowski, Jarosław (2020). Research data supporting 'What is learned from exposure: an error-driven approach to productivity in language'. University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000525.

March 2020

Medimorec, Srdan and Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar (2020). Research data supporting 'Frogs, apples, and sand: effects of cognitive and demographic factors on letter fluency performance'. University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000455.

2 July 2021

Medimorec, Srdan and Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar (2021). Research data supporting the publication “Inhibition of Eye Movements Disrupts Spatial Sequence Learning”. University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000697.

14 September 2022

Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar and Medimorec, Srdan and Borowski, Maciej (2022). Research data supporting the publication "Behavioural signatures of memory resources for language: looking beyond the lexicon/grammar divide". University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000867.

7 October 2022

Dagmar, Hanzlikova and Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar (2022). Research data supporting the publication "Ruled by construal? Framing article choice in English". University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000878.

16 January 2023

Ez-zizi, Adnane and Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar (2023). Research data supporting the publication "Error-correction mechanisms in language learning: modeling individuals". University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000911.

17 April 2023

Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar and Tucker, Benjamin V. (2023). Research data supporting the publication "A learning perspective on the emergence of abstractions: The curious case of phone(me)s". University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000942.

27 April 2023

Divjak, Dagmar and Romain, Laurence and Milin, Petar (2023). Research data supporting the publication "From their point of view: the article category as a hierarchically structured referent tracking system". University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00000943.

5 October 2023

Milin, Petar and Divjak, Dagmar and Sun, Hui (2023). Research data supporting the publication "Physiological responses and cognitive behaviours: measures of heart rate variability index language knowledge". University of Birmingham. DataSet. https://doi.org/10.25500/edata.bham.00001013.

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