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Linguistics (RMA)
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All publications
  2016 - Articles
Koornneef, A.W. & Mulders, I.C.M.C. (21.03.2016). Can We ‘Read’ the Eye-Movement Patterns of Readers? Unraveling the Relationship Between Reading Profiles and Processing Strategies. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, (pp. 1-18).
Mulders, I.C.M.C. & Szendroi, Kriszta (11.03.2016). Early association of prosodic focus with alleen 'only' - evidence from eye movements in the visual-world paradigm. Frontiers in Psychology, 7 (19 p.).
  2016 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (20.04.2016). Tutorial Eye-tracking: reading. EMLAR XII.
  2015 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (10.09.2015). Interfering causes in acquisition. GALA 2015.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (16.04.2015). Tutorial Eye-tracking: Reading. EMLAR XI.
  2014 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (22.04.2014). Linking words to objects: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?. New York City, NYU.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (14.04.2014). Tutorial Eye-tracking: Reading. Utrecht University, Emlar X.
  2013 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (23.03.2013). Incremental focus: evidence from eye movements in the visual world paradigm. Tenerife, Spain, 1th International Symposium of Psycholinguistics.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (12.04.2013). Linking words to objects: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?. 6th Annual Meeting of the Social & Affective Neuroscience Society.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (30.01.2013). Practicalities around conducting an experiment. Utrecht, Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research (EMLAR) IX.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (21.03.2013). Reference resolution: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?. Tenerife, Spain, 1th International Symposium of Psycholinguistics.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (04.09.2013). Referential communication: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?. Utrecht, XPRAG 2013.
  2013 - Poster
de Mulder, H.N.M., Mulders, I.C.M.C., Struiksma, M.E. & van Berkum, J.J.A. (2013). Linking words to objects: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?. In control: Regulating affective decisions and actions symposium.
  2012 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (01.02.2012). Tutorial Eye Tracking: Reading 1. Utrecht, EMLAR VIII.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (02.02.2012). Tutorial Eye Tracking: Reading 2. Utrecht, EMLAR VIII.
  2006 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (08.11.2006). Eye-tracking. Utrecht, Experimental Methods in Language Acquisition Research (EMLAR) III.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (23.02.2006). Processing sentences with neutral and marked stress. Tilburg, Syntax in Winter.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (25.08.2006). Processing sentences with neutral and marked stress. Besenyotelek, Hungary, The ninth symposium on logic and language (LoLa 9).
I.C.M.C. Mulders (23.01.2006). Processing sentences with neutral and marked stress. Workshop on the processing cost of complex computations.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (01.01.2006). Rondleidingen eye-tracking lab. Ca 6 vakgerichte demonstraties voor verschillende groepen.
  2005 - Articles in volumes / proceedings
Mulders, I.C.M.C. (2005). Transparent parsing: phases in sentence processing. In M. McGinnis & N. Richards (Eds.), Perspectives on phases, MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 49 (pp. 237-264) (28 p.). Cambridge MA.: MIT Press.
  2005 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (17.11.2005). Workshop ' Eye-tracking'. Utrecht, EMLAR II.
  2004 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (17.05.2004). Phase theory in sentence processing. Budapest, Tools in Linguistic Theory.
  2003 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (21.06.2003). The connection between theoretical and experimental linguistics. workshop.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (16.01.2003). Transparent parsing: phases in sentence processing. IAP Workshop on EPP and Phases.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (23.06.2003). What Can Eye Movement of Non-Brain-damaged Adults Tell Us About Pronoun Resolution in Child Language and Agrammatism?. Nineteenth International Conference of the Israel Association for Theoretical Linguistics 19.
  2002 - Doctoral thesis 1 (Research UU / Graduation UU)
Mulders, I.C.M.C. (15.04.2002). Transparent parsing: Head-driven processing of verb-final structures. (211 p.).
  2001 - Book editorship
de Hoop, H., Koeneman, O.N.C.J., Mulders, I.C.M.C. & Weerman, F.P. (2001). Effects of morphological case. Amsterdam: Elsevier, special issue of Lingua, vol. 111, nos. 4-7.
  1999 - Book reviews
Mulders, I.C.M.C. (1999). Bookreview Minimalist Inquiries: the framework (MIT Occasional Papers in Linguistics 15). OTS Yearbook 1998/1999, (pp. 79-96) (18 p.).
  1998 - Lectures
de Hoop, H., Weerman, F.P., Mulders, I.C.M.C. & Koeneman, O.N.C.J. (28.08.1998). Co-organiser of the workshop 'Effects of morphological case', Utrecht.
  1997 - Book parts / chapters
Mulders, I.C.M.C. (1997). Mirrored specifiers. In J. Coerts & H. de Hoop (Eds.), Linguistics in the Netherlands (pp. 135-146) (12 p.). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  0 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (0). Agreement errors. werkgroep Sentence processing UiL OTS.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (0). EMLAR XII.
I.C.M.C. Mulders (0). The framework of Minimalist Inquiries. staff seminar Grammaticamodellen, KUB.
  0 - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups
I.C.M.C. Mulders (0). Organisator workshop `The connection between experimental and theoretical linguistics'.
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Currently dr. Iris Mulders teaches the following course(s):
CodeDescriptionF/PLevelECTS
TLRMV16108 Tlc-Experimental Design & Data Analysis V M 5.0
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dr. I.C.M.C. Mulders Contact details
Mobile phone +31 62 360 6239

Telephone (direct): +31 6 236 06 239

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Janskerkhof 13
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