Suzanne Dikker
Suzanne Dikker
Research Associate Professor, NYU Department of Psychology
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Brain-to-brain synchrony tracks real-world dynamic group interactions in the classroom
S Dikker, L Wan, I Davidesco, L Kaggen, M Oostrik, J McClintock, ...
Current biology 27 (9), 1375-1380, 2017
Early occipital sensitivity to syntactic category is based on form typicality
S Dikker, H Rabagliati, TA Farmer, L Pylkkänen
Psychological Science 21 (5), 629-634, 2010
Sensitivity to syntax in visual cortex
S Dikker, H Rabagliati, L Pylkkänen
Cognition 110 (3), 293-321, 2009
Brain-to-brain synchrony and learning outcomes vary by student–teacher dynamics: Evidence from a real-world classroom electroencephalography study
D Bevilacqua, I Davidesco, L Wan, K Chaloner, J Rowland, M Ding, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 31 (3), 401-411, 2019
Are we ready for real-world neuroscience?
PJ Matusz, S Dikker, AG Huth, C Perrodin
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 31 (3), 327-338, 2019
On the same wavelength: predictable language enhances speaker–listener brain-to-brain synchrony in posterior superior temporal gyrus
S Dikker, LJ Silbert, U Hasson, JD Zevin
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (18), 6267-6272, 2014
Predicting language: MEG evidence for lexical preactivation
S Dikker, L Pylkkänen
Brain and language 127 (1), 55-64, 2013
Before the N400: Effects of lexical–semantic violations in visual cortex
S Dikker, L Pylkkanen
Brain and Language 118 (1-2), 23-28, 2011
Instructor-learner brain coupling discriminates between instructional approaches and predicts learning
Y Pan, S Dikker, P Goldstein, Y Zhu, C Yang, Y Hu
NeuroImage 211, 116657, 2020
Inter-brain synchrony in teams predicts collective performance
DA Reinero, S Dikker, JJ Van Bavel
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 16 (1-2), 43-57, 2021
Crowdsourcing neuroscience: inter-brain coupling during face-to-face interactions outside the laboratory
S Dikker, G Michalareas, M Oostrik, A Serafimaki, HM Kahraman, ...
NeuroImage 227, 117436, 2021
Brain-to-brain synchrony between students and teachers predicts learning outcomes
I Davidesco, E Laurent, H Valk, T West, S Dikker, C Milne, D Poeppel
BioRxiv, 644047, 2019
HyPyP: a Hyperscanning Python Pipeline for inter-brain connectivity analysis
A Ayrolles, F Brun, P Chen, A Djalovski, Y Beauxis, R Delorme, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 16 (1-2), 72-83, 2021
In sync with your shrink: Grounding psychotherapy in interpersonal synchrony
SL Koole, D Atzil-Slonim, E Butler, S Dikker, W Tschacher, T Wilderjans
Applications of social psychology, 161-184, 2020
Spanish prepositions in Media Lengua: redefining relexification
S Dikker
Empirical Approaches to Language Typology 39, 121, 2008
Opportunities and limitations of mobile neuroimaging technologies in educational neuroscience
TWP Janssen, JK Grammer, MG Bleichner, C Bulgarelli, I Davidesco, ...
Mind, Brain, and Education 15 (4), 354-370, 2021
Morning brain: real-world neural evidence that high school class times matter
S Dikker, S Haegens, D Bevilacqua, I Davidesco, L Wan, L Kaggen, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 15 (11), 1193-1202, 2020
Cooperative behavior evokes interbrain synchrony in the prefrontal and Temporoparietal cortex: a systematic review and meta-analysis of fNIRS Hyperscanning studies
A Czeszumski, SHY Liang, S Dikker, P König, CP Lee, SL Koole, ...
eneuro 9 (2), 2022
Neuroscience research in the classroom: portable brain technologies in education research
I Davidesco, C Matuk, D Bevilacqua, D Poeppel, S Dikker
Educational Researcher 50 (9), 649-656, 2021
Using synchrony-based neurofeedback in search of human connectedness
S Dikker, S Montgomery, S Tunca
Brain Art: Brain-Computer Interfaces for Artistic Expression, 161-206, 2019
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