The breakdown of semantic knowledge: Insights from a statistical model of meaning representation
On the lateralization of emotional prosody: An event-related functional MR investigation
Morphological patterns in Hungarian children with Williams syndrome and the rule debates
An ERP study of sensory mismatch expressions in Japanese
Developmental dyslexia and discrimination in speech perception: A dynamic model study
How EEG coherence analysis may contribute to the investigation of language:
How the brain solves the binding problem for language: A neurocomputational account of language-related ERP effects.
Semantic processing starts before gender processing and both delay inferior prefrontal haemodynamic responses.
Biological vs. syntactic gender agreement during pronoun processing: An event-related brain potentials study.
Brain sense: ERP investigations of the neurobiology of meaning representation and use during language processing.
ERP responses to disfluencies in spontaneous speech.
ERPs show the influence of context on the perception of prosodic boundaries.
Event-related fMRI reveals the role of pitch modulations during the comprehension of spoken utterances.
Contribution of dynamic audiovisual stimuli to the study of the intermodal processing of language.
Functional coupling of neural activities for speech codes and meaning in visual word perception.
The time course of phonological encoding during speech production estimated from event-related potentials.
Overt speech, insular cortex and apraxia of speech.
Transient related potentials in infants and familial risk at dyslexia.
Functional MRI and dyslexia: A comparative study on cortical activation during the identification of written words.
Object working memory and visual semantics.
Right hemisphere specialization in verbal emotions processing: The influence of the experimental paradigm.
Cylinder entropies and contrastive signal coherence.
Synchronous oscillation and a neuronal theory of language understanding.
Language reorganisation in children following focal brain injury and hemispherectomy.
How language adapts to the brain.
Discreteness and interactivity in spoken word production by aphasic and nonaphasic speakers.
The featural and unitary lexico-semantic space integration hypothesis (FUSS) of conceptual and lexico-semantic representation. An outline and initial test.
The coda conflict in fluent aphasia.
An fMRI study of regular and irregular inflection in German.
Monitoring the processing of lexical features: ERP evidence without employing violations.
Syntactic processing in developmental dyslexia.
Brain responses to syntactic and semantic anomalies in sentences: Extending the ERPs studies to Italian.
Agreement disorders in Broca's aphasia sentence production: A bilingual case study.
Logophoricity in Broca's aphasia comprehension: Implications for language-brain relations.
Access to meaning and syntax during listening and tacit naming estimated by event-related potentials (ERPs).
Brain activity during syntactic and semantic processing — A magnetoencephalographic study.
A Theory-based integrative look at ERP research: A confirmation of the late assignment of syntax.
ERPs and advanced second language processing.
Electrophysiological evidence for hemispheric asymmetry in category ambiguity resolution.
Word frequency as a modulator of word class effect: An ERP study.
The time course of category ambiguity resolution in young and older adults: An electrophysiological approach.
Recognition, prediction and abstraction by memory retrieval without feedback.
Hemispheric differences in revising lexically ambiguous sentences: A divided visual field study.
Neural mechanisms of lexical ambiguity resolution.
Understanding language.
Systematicity, topography, and graded functional specialization in semantics.
Language as a complex network: Consequences for the notion of modularity.
An ERP study of syntactic reanalysis.
Event-related potential for scrambled word order in Japanese.
Temporal and referential processing interact during sentence compre-hension.
Goal-directedness as a bootstrapping device in the acquisition of spatial expressions.
An analysis of context free grammar representation in a recurrent neural network.
How neural networks can learn irregularities in grapheme to phoneme conversion.
Why does manipulation of concrete representations of a formal system help patients with a language disorder? A working hypothesis.
Sentence-picture matching in agrammatic comprehenders: An ERP study.
f’MRI studies using the sentence congruency task.
Thematic role assignment: When is it vulnerable to articulatory suppression?.