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found 6 matches
- Milena Rabovsky, Kazunaga Matsuki, Ken McRae:
(Mis)interpretations of implausible passive sentences pattern with N400 amplitudes. CogSci 2019: 3552
- Nathaniel Delaney-Busch, Emily Morgan, Ellen F. Lau, Gina R. Kuperberg:
Comprehenders Rationally Adapt Semantic Predictions to the Statistics of the Local Environment: a Bayesian Model of Trial-by-Trial N400 Amplitudes. CogSci 2017
- Allyson Ettinger, Naomi Feldman, Philip Resnik, Colin Phillips:
Modeling N400 amplitude using vector space models of word representation. CogSci 2016
- Milena Rabovsky, Steven Stenberg Hansen, James L. McClelland:
N400 amplitudes reflect change in a probabilistic representation of meaning: Evidence from a connectionist model. CogSci 2016
- Elvira Khachatryan, Marijn van Vliet, Simon De Deyne, Gerrit Storms, Hovhannes Manvelyan, Marc M. Van Hulle:
Amplitude of N400 component unaffected by lexical priming for moderately constraining sentences. CIP 2014: 1-6
- Stefan L. Frank, Leun J. Otten, Giulia Galli, Gabriella Vigliocco:
Word surprisal predicts N400 amplitude during reading. ACL (2) 2013: 878-883
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