Selected publications:

Skalicky, S., Bell, N. D., Dascalu, M., & Crossley, S. A. (2022). “A fork is a food stabber”: Linguistic creativity in English L1 and L2 speakers. In J. Culbertson, A. Perfors, H. Rabagliati & V. Ramenzoni (Eds.), Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. 1970–1976. open acess

Skalicky, S., Brugman, B. C., Droog, E., & Burgers, C. (2021). Satire from a far-away land: Psychological distance and satirical news. Information, Communication & Society, 1–18. open access

Skalicky, S., Duran, N., & Crossley, S. A. (2020). Please, please, just tell me: The linguistic features of humorous deception. Dialogue & Discourse, 11(2), 128–149. open access

Skalicky, S. (2020). Exploring perceptions of novelty and mirth in elicited figurative language production. Metaphor and Symbol, 35(2), 77–96. download

Skalicky, S., & Crossley, S. A. (2019). Examining the online processing of satirical newspaper headlines. Discourse Processes, 56(1), 61–76. download

Skalicky, S. (2019). Investigating satirical discourse processing and comprehension: The role of cognitive, demographic, and pragmatic features. Language and Cognition, 11, 499–525. download

Skalicky, S. (2018). Lexical priming in humorous satirical newspaper headlines. Humor - International Journal of Humor Research, 31(4), 583–602. download

Skalicky, S., Berger, C. M., & Bell, N. D. (2015). The functions of “just kidding” in American English. Journal of Pragmatics, 85, 18–31. download

Skalicky, S., & Crossley, S. A. (2015). A statistical analysis of satirical product reviews. The European Journal of Humour Research, 2(3), 66–85. download