Selected papers
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  • Frolova M., & Slioussar N. (2021). Professions and gender agreement in Russian. In: A. Botinis (ed.), ExLing 2021: Proceedings of 12th International Conference of Experimental Linguistics (pp. 89-92). Athens: ExLing Society. Download. Doi:10.36505/ExLing-2021/12/0023/000496.
  • Chernova D., Novozhilov A., & Slioussar N. (2021). Sentence comprehension assessment in Russian. In: A. Botinis (ed.), ExLing 2021: Proceedings of 12th International Conference of Experimental Linguistics (pp. 45-48). Athens: ExLing Society. Download. Doi: 10.36505/ExLing-2021/12/0012/000485.
  • Bazhukov M., Chubarova L, Slioussar N., & Toldova S. (2021). The order of objects in Russian: A corpus study. Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 20, 68-78. Download. Doi: 10.28995/2075-7182-2021-20-68-78.
  • Magomedova, V., & Slioussar, N. (2021). Gender and case in Russian nouns denoting professions and social roles. Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 20, 483-491. Download. Doi: 10.28995/2075-7182-2021-20-483-491.
  • Cherepovskaia, N., Reutova, E., & Slioussar, N. (2021). Becoming native-like for good or ill: Online and offline processing of case forms in l2 Russian. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 652463. Doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.652463. Download.
  • Cherepovskaia, N., Slioussar, N., & Denissenko, A. (2021). Acquisition of the nominal case system in Russian as a second language. Second Language Research, online first. Doi: 10.1177/0267658320988058. Download.
  • Zhukova S., Zevakhina N., Slioussar N., & Glazunov E. (2020). Non-canonical control in Russian converbial clauses. Russian Linguistics, 44, 129-143. Doi: 10.1007/s11185-020-09229-8. Download.
  • Chernova, D., Slioussar, N., & Alexeeva, S. (2020). Orthographic processing of Russian case forms in sentential context. Tomsk State University Journal, 454, 45–54. Doi: 10.17223/15617793/454/6. Download.
  • Kireev, M.V., Slioussar, N.A., Korotkov, A.D., Kotomin, I.A., Masharipov, R.S., Chernigovskaya, T.V., & Medvedev, S.V. (2020). Reorganization of functional interactions in the frontotemporal system of the human brain during production of Russian verbs. Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology, 50, 349-357. Doi: 10.1007/s11055-020-00907-0. Download.
  • Chernova., D., Alexeeva, S., & Slioussar, N. (2020). Chemu nas uchat oshibki: trudnosti pri obrabotke slov s chastotnymi orfograficheskimi oshibkami (in Russian, ‘What do we learn from mistakes: processing difficulties with frequently misspelled words’). Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 19, 132-144. Download.
  • Matushansky, O., Boneh, N., Nash, L., & Slioussar, N. (2020). To PPs in their proper place. In: T. Ionin & J.E. MacDonald (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Urbana-Champaign Meeting 2017 (pp. 228-245). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., & Shilin, P. (2020). Gender and declension in agreement processing. In: T. Ionin & J.E. MacDonald (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Urbana-Champaign Meeting 2017 (pp. 362-379). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications. Download.
  • Alexeeva, S., Slioussar, N., & Chernova, D. (2018). StimulStat: a lexical database for Russian. Behavior Research Methods, 50, 2305-2315. Оnline first in 2017. Doi: 10.3758/s13428-017-0994-3. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2018). Forms and features: the role of syncretism in number agreement attraction. Journal of Memory and Language, 101, 51–63. Doi 10.1016/j.jml.2018.03.006. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2018). Gender, declension and stem-final consonants: An experimental study of gender agreement in Russian. Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 17, 688-700. Download.
  • Prokopenya, V., Slioussar, N., Petrova, T., Chernova, D., & Chernigovskaya, T. (2018). Eksperimental'nye issledovanija grammatiki: ustanovlenie anaforicheskix otnoshenij v processe recheponimanija (in Russian: “Experimental studies of the grammar: anaphora resolution in speech comprehension”). Voprosy Jazykoznanija, 1, 76-90. Doi 10.31857/S0373658X0003700-9. Download.
  • Kireev, M.V., Slioussar, N., Korotkov, A.D., Kotomin, I.A., Marsharipov, R.S., Chernigovskaya, T.V., & Medvedev, S.V. (2018). Reorganizacija funkcional'nyx vzaimodejstvij lobno-visochnoj sistemy mozga cheloveka v processe porozhdenija glagolov russkogo jazyka (in Russian, ‘Reorganization of functional interactions in the fronto-temporal brain system in the process of Russian verb production’). Russian Journal of Physiology, 104, 1331-1346. Doi: 10.7868/S0869813918110072. Download (superseded by the English translation (Kireev et al., 2020)).
  • Slioussar, N. (2018). Singular nouns looking like plurals cause more agreement attraction than genuine plurals. In: W. Browne et al. (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Third Cornell Meeting 2016 (pp. 259-276). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications. Download (superseded by Slioussar (2018) in JML).
  • Alexeeva, S., Frolova, A., & Slioussar, N. (2017). Data from Russian help to determine in which languages the Possible Word Constraint applies. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 46, 629-640. Online first in 2016. Doi 10.1007/s10936-016-9458-7. Download.
  • Magomedova, V., & Slioussar, N. (2017). Paradigm leveling: The decay of consonant alternations in Russian. In: F. Kiefer et al. (eds.), Perspectives on Morphological Organization: Data and Analyses (pp. 123-137). Leiden: Brill. Doi 10.1163/9789004342934_00. Download.
  • Magomedova, V., & Slioussar, N. (2017). Stem-final consonant mutations in modern Russian. In: Y. Oseki et al. (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The New York Meeting 2015 (pp. 239-259). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., Stetsenko, A., & Matyushkina, T. (2017). Producing case errors in Russian. In: Y. Oseki et al. (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The New York Meeting 2015 (pp. 363-379). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., & Alexeeva, S. (2017). Orfograficheskie sosedi s zamenoj bukvy pri izuchenii mexanizmov leksicheskogo dostupa (in Russian: “Substitution orthographic neighbors in the study of lexical access”). Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 16, 407-418. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., Petrova, T., Mikhailovskaya, E., Cherepovskaia, N., Prokopenya, V., Chernova, D., & Chernigovskaya, T. (2017). Eksperimental'nye issledovanija grammatiki: slovosočetanija s bukval'nym i nebukval'nym značeniem (in Russian, ‘Experimental studies of the grammar: expressions with literal and non-literal meaning’). Voprosy Jazykoznanija, 3, 83-98. Download.
  • Alexeeva, S., & Slioussar, N. (2017). Effekt dliny pri parafoveal'noj obrabotke slov vo vremja čtenija (in Russian, ‘Parafoveal processing in reading: the role of word length’). Tomsk State University Journal: Philology, 45, 5-29. Doi: 10.17223/19986645/45/1. Download.
  • Valova, E., & Slioussar, N. (2017). Issledovanie sintaksičeskix svojstv enklitiki ‘že’: korpusnyj i eksperimental'nyj podhod (in Russian, ‘Syntactic properties of the Russian enclitic ‘zhe’: a corpus-based and an experimental approach’). Voprosy Jazykoznanija, 2, 33-48. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., & Malko, A. (2016). Gender agreement attraction in Russian: production and comprehension evidence. Frontiers in Psychology, 7, 1651. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01651. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., & Chuprina, A. (2016). How derivational links affect lexical access: evidence from Russian verbs and nouns. Italian Journal of Linguistics, 28, 115-136. Download.
  • Valova, E., & Slioussar, N. (2016). Sravnenie korpusnogo i eksperimental'nogo metoda na primere issledovanija sintaksičeskix svojstv enklitiki ‘že’ (in Russian, ‘Comparing corpus-based and experimental research methods: a study of the syntactic properties of the Russian enclitic ‘zhe’’). Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 15, 792-802. Download.
  • Chernova, D., Slioussar, N., Prokopenya, V., Petrova, T., & Chernigovskaya, T. (2016). Eksperimental'nye issledovanija grammatiki: sintaksičeskij analiz neodnoznačnyx predloženij (in Russian, ‘Experimental studies of the grammar: syntactic analysis of ambiguous sentences’). Voprosy Jazykoznanija, 6, 36-50. Download.
  • Kireev, M.V., Slioussar, N., Chernigovskaya, T.V., Korotkov, A.D., & Medvedev, S.V. (2015). Changes in functional connectivity within the fronto-temporal brain network induced by regular and irregular Russian verb production. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 36. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2015). Interpreting sentences without prosody and context. In: P. Arkadiev et al. (eds.). Donum semanticum: Opera linguistica et logica in honorem Barbarae Partee a discipulis amicisque Rossicis oblate (pp. 285-296). Moscow: Languages of Slavic Culture. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., & Samojlova M. (2015). Častotnosti različnyx grammatičeskix xarakteristik i okončanij u suščestvitel’nyx russkogo jazyka (in Russian, ‘Frequencies of different grammatical features and inflectional affixes in Russian nouns’). Proceedings of the conference ‘Dialogue 20’, http://www.dialog-21.ru/digests/dialog2015/materials/pdf/SlioussarNASamoilovaMV.pdf.
  • Slioussar, N., Kireev, M.V., Chernigovskaya, T.V., Kataeva, G.V., Korotkov, A.D., & Medvedev, S.V. (2014). An ER-fMRI study of Russian inflectional morphology. Brain and Language, 130, 33-41. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2014).What is and what is not problematic about the T-model. In: P. Kosta et al. (eds.). Minimalism and Beyond: Radicalizing the Interfaces (pp. 350-362). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Download.
    o Slioussar, N., & Cherepovskaia, N. (2014). Case errors in processing: Evidence from Russian. In: C. Chapman, O. Kit, & I. Ku
    čerova (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The First Hamilton Meeting 2013 (pp. 319-338). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications. Download.
  • Magomedova, V., & Slioussar, N. (2014). Dannye interneta v issledovanii jazykovyx izmenenij: analiz čeredovanij v russkix komparativax i programma dlja raboty s takimi dannymi (in Russian, ‘Internet data in the study of language change: A case study of alternations in Russian comparatives and a program to work with such data’). Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 13, 379-390. Download.
  • Cherepovskaia, N., & Slioussar, N. (2014). Comprehending metaphors of different types: Evidence from Russian. In: V. Torrens & L. Escobar (eds.). Papers on the processing of lexicon and syntax (pp. 25-42). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Download.
  • Malko, A., & Slioussar, N. (2013). Attraction errors in gender agreement: Evidence from Russian. In: S. Franks et al. (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Third Indiana Meeting 2012 (pp. 162-175). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan University Press. Download (superseded by Slioussar & Malko (2016)).
  • Slioussar, N., & Cherepovskaia, N. (2013). Processing of case morphology: Evidence from Russian. Computational Linguistics and Intellectual Technologies, 12, 726-735. Download.
  • Slioussar, N., & Kholodilova, M. (2013). Paradigm leveling in non-standard Russian. In: A. Podobryaev et al. (eds.). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Second MIT Meeting 2011 (pp. 243-258). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan University Press. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2011). Processing of a free word order language: The role of syntax and context. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 40, 291–306. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2011). Russian and the EPP requirement in the Tense domain. Lingua, 121, 2048-2068. Download.
  • Slioussar, N. (2010). Russian data call for relational Information Structure notions. In: Zybatow G. et al. (eds.). Formal Studies in Slavic Linguistics. Proceedings of Formal Description of Slavic Languages 7.5 (pp. 329-344). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang. Download.