Herbert H. Clark

Albert Ray Lang Professor of Psychology, Emeritus  Stanford University

Common ground, grounding, and collaboration
Common ground
Grounding
Referring as a collaborative process
Given, new information, bridging inferences
Semantics and pragmatics
Negation and denial
Adjectives and reasoning
Novel words and novel meanings
Language and perception
Joint actions, joint activities
Language, coordination of actions
Speech acts, addressees, overhearers
Requests, questions, irony, quotation
Addressees, overhearers, audience design
Disfluencies
Uh, um, repeats, repairs, timing
Statistics
Statistics with items as random effects
Depicting and imagination
Quotations, demonstrations, depictions
Virtual partners

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