Publikationen 2017


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    Abbot-Smith, K.; Chang, F.; Rowland, C. F.; Ferguson, H.; Pine, J.: Do two and three year old children use an incremental first-NP-as-agent bias to process active transitive and passive sentences?: A permutation analysis. PLoS One 12 (10) (2017)
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    Acuna-Hidalgo, R.; Deriziotis, P.; Steehouwer, M.; Gilissen, C.; Graham, S. A.; Van Dam, S.; Hoover-Fong, J.; Telegrafi, A. B.; Destree, A.; Smigiel, R. et al.; Lambie, L. A.; Kayserili, H.; Altunoglu, U.; Lapi, E.; Uzielli, M. L.; Aracena, M.; Nur, B. G.; Mihci, E.; Moreira, L. M. A.; Ferreira, V. B.; Horovitz, D. D. G.; Da Rocha, K. M.; Jezela-Stanek, A.; Brooks, A. S.; Reutter, H.; Cohen, J. S.; Fatemi, A.; Smitka, M.; Grebe, T. A.; Di Donato, N.; Deshpande, C.; Vandersteen, A.; Marques Lourenço, C.; Dufke, A.; Rossier, E.; Andre, G.; Baumer, A.; Spencer, C.; McGaughran, J.; Franke, L.; Veltman, J. A.; De Vries, B. B. A.; Schinzel, A.; Fisher, S. E.; Hoischen, A.; Van Bon, B. W.: Overlapping SETBP1 gain-of-function mutations in Schinzel-Giedion syndrome and hematologic malignancies. PLoS Genetics 13 (2017)
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    Alday, P. M.; Schlesewsky, M.; Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, I.: Electrophysiology Reveals the Neural Dynamics of Naturalistic Auditory Language Processing: Event-Related Potentials Reflect Continuous Model Update. eNeuro 4 (6) (2017)
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    Aparicio, X.; Heidlmayr, K.; Isel, F.: Inhibition Efficiency in Highly Proficient Bilinguals and Simultaneous Interpreters: Evidence from Language Switching and Stroop Tasks. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 46, S. 1427 - 1451 (2017)
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    Armeni, K.; Willems, R. M.; Frank, S.: Probabilistic language models in cognitive neuroscience: Promises and pitfalls. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 83, S. 579 - 588 (2017)
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    Barthel, M.; Meyer, A. S.; Levinson, S. C.: Next speakers plan their turn early and speak after turn-final ‘go-signals’. Frontiers in Psychology 8 (2017)
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    Belke, E.; Shao, Z.; Meyer, A. S.: Strategic origins of early semantic facilitation in the blocked-cyclic naming paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (10), S. 1659 - 1668 (2017)
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    Bosker, H. R.: Accounting for rate-dependent category boundary shifts in speech perception. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics 79, S. 333 - 343 (2017)
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    Bosker, H. R.; Reinisch, E.; Sjerps, M. J.: Cognitive load makes speech sound fast, but does not modulate acoustic context effects. Journal of Memory and Language 94, S. 166 - 176 (2017)
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    Bosker, H. R.: How our own speech rate influences our perception of others. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (8), S. 1225 - 1238 (2017)
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    Bosker, H. R.; Reinisch, E.: Foreign languages sound fast: evidence from implicit rate normalization. Frontiers in Psychology 8 (2017)
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    Bosman, A.M.; Moisik, S. R.; Dediu, D.; Waters-Rist, A.: Talking heads: Morphological variation in the human mandible over the last 500 years in the Netherlands. HOMO - Journal of Comparative Human Biology 68 (5), S. 329 - 342 (2017)
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    Bouhali, F.; Mongelli, V.; Cohen, L.: Musical literacy shifts asymmetries in the ventral visual cortex. NeuroImage 156, S. 445 - 455 (2017)
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    Burenhult, N.; Hill, C.; Huber, J.; Van Putten, S.; Rybka, K.; San Roque, L.: Forests: The cross-linguistic perspective. Geographica Helvetica 72 (4), S. 455 - 464 (2017)
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    Bögels, S.; Levinson, S. C.: The brain behind the response: Insights into turn-taking in conversation from neuroimaging. Research on Language and Social Interaction 50, S. 71 - 89 (2017)
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    Carrion Castillo, A.; Maassen, B.; Franke, B.; Heister, A.; Naber, M.; Van der Leij, A.; Francks, C.; Fisher, S. E.: Association analysis of dyslexia candidate genes in a Dutch longitudinal sample. European Journal of Human Genetics 25 (4), S. 452 - 460 (2017)
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    Casillas, M.; Frank, M. C.: The development of children's ability to track and predict turn structure in conversation. Journal of Memory and Language 92, S. 234 - 253 (2017)
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    Chen, X. S.; Reader, R. H.; Hoischen, A.; Veltman, J. A.; Simpson, N. H.; Francks, C.; Newbury, D. F.; Fisher, S. E.: Next-generation DNA sequencing identifies novel gene variants and pathways involved in specific language impairment. Scientific Reports 7 (2017)
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    Choi, J.; Broersma, M.; Cutler, A.: Early phonology revealed by international adoptees' birth language retention. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 114 (28), S. 7307 - 7312 (2017)
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    Choi, J.; Cutler, A.; Broersma, M.: Early development of abstract language knowledge: Evidence from perception-production transfer of birth-language memory. Royal Society Open Science 4 (2017)
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