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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
  2015 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (10.09.2015) Interfering causes in acquisition
I.C.M.C. Mulders (16.04.2015) Tutorial Eye-tracking: Reading
  2015 - Paper
Koring, Loes, Mak, W.M., Mulders, I.C.M.C. & Reuland, E.J. (10.09.2015). Interfering causes in acquisition.
  2014 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (22.04.2014) Linking words to objects: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?
I.C.M.C. Mulders (14.04.2014) Tutorial Eye-tracking: Reading
  2013 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (23.03.2013) Incremental focus: evidence from eye movements in the visual world paradigm
I.C.M.C. Mulders (12.04.2013) Linking words to objects: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?
I.C.M.C. Mulders (30.01.2013) Practicalities around conducting an experiment
I.C.M.C. Mulders (21.03.2013) Reference resolution: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?
I.C.M.C. Mulders (04.09.2013) Referential communication: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?
  2013 - Paper
de Mulder, H.N.M., Mulders, I.C.M.C., Struiksma, M.E. & van Berkum, J.J.A. (21.03.2013). Reference resolution: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?.
de Mulder, H.N.M., Mulders, I.C.M.C., Struiksma, M.E. & van Berkum, J.J.A. (05.09.2013). Reference resolution: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?.
  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.
de Mulder, H.N.M., Mulders, I.C.M.C., Struiksma, M.E. & van Berkum, J.J.A. (13.04.2013). Linking words to objects: Does it matter how much you like the speaker?.
  2012 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (01.02.2012) Tutorial Eye Tracking: Reading 1
I.C.M.C. Mulders (02.02.2012) Tutorial Eye Tracking: Reading 2
  2006 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (08.11.2006) Eye-tracking
I.C.M.C. Mulders (23.02.2006) Processing sentences with neutral and marked stress
I.C.M.C. Mulders (23.01.2006) Processing sentences with neutral and marked stress
I.C.M.C. Mulders (01.01.2006) Rondleidingen eye-tracking lab
  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'
  2004 - Lectures
I.C.M.C. Mulders (17.05.2004) Phase theory in sentence processing
  2003 - Lectures
  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 () Agreement errors
I.C.M.C. Mulders () EMLAR XII
I.C.M.C. Mulders () The framework of Minimalist Inquiries
  0 - Contribution to the work of national or international committees and working groups
I.C.M.C. Mulders () 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
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Room 2.03
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The Netherlands


Phone number (direct) +31 62 360 6239
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Janskerkhof 13
Room K.02
3512 BL  UTRECHT
The Netherlands


Phone number (direct) +31 62 360 6239
Mobile phone +31 62 360 6239

Telephone (direct): +31 6 236 06 239

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