Trevor Brothers
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Effects of prediction and contextual support on lexical processing: Prediction takes precedence
T Brothers, TY Swaab, MJ Traxler
Cognition 136, 135-149, 2015
Goals and strategies influence lexical prediction during sentence comprehension
T Brothers, TY Swaab, MJ Traxler
Journal of memory and language 93, 203-216, 2017
A tale of two positivities and the N400: Distinct neural signatures are evoked by confirmed and violated predictions at different levels of representation
GR Kuperberg, T Brothers, EW Wlotko
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 32 (1), 12-35, 2020
1/f neural noise and electrophysiological indices of contextual prediction in aging
S Dave, TA Brothers, TY Swaab
Brain research 1691, 34-43, 2018
Looking back on reading ahead: No evidence for lexical parafoveal-on-foveal effects
T Brothers, LJ Hoversten, MJ Traxler
Journal of Memory and Language 96, 9-22, 2017
Anticipating syntax during reading: Evidence from the boundary change paradigm.
T Brothers, MJ Traxler
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (12 …, 2016
Language membership identification precedes semantic access: Suppression during bilingual word recognition
LJ Hoversten, T Brothers, TY Swaab, MJ Traxler
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (11), 2108-2116, 2015
Going the extra mile: Effects of discourse context on two late positivities during language comprehension
T Brothers, EW Wlotko, L Warnke, GR Kuperberg
Neurobiology of Language 1 (1), 135-160, 2020
Electrophysiological evidence for preserved primacy of lexical prediction in aging
S Dave, TA Brothers, MJ Traxler, F Ferreira, JM Henderson, TY Swaab
Neuropsychologia 117, 135-147, 2018
Early processing of orthographic language membership information in bilingual visual word recognition: Evidence from ERPs
LJ Hoversten, T Brothers, TY Swaab, MJ Traxler
Neuropsychologia 103, 183-190, 2017
Flexible predictions during listening comprehension: Speaker reliability affects anticipatory processes
T Brothers, S Dave, LJ Hoversten, MJ Traxler, TY Swaab
Neuropsychologia 135, 107225, 2019
Word predictability effects are linear, not logarithmic: Implications for probabilistic models of sentence comprehension
T Brothers, GR Kuperberg
Journal of Memory and Language 116, 104174, 2021
Lack of awareness despite complex visual processing: Evidence from event-related potentials in a case of selective metamorphopsia
TM Schubert, D Rothlein, T Brothers, EL Coderre, K Ledoux, B Gordon, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (27), 16055-16064, 2020
Distinct neural signatures of semantic retrieval and event updating during discourse comprehension
T Brothers, S Greene, GR Kuperberg
27th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Boston, MA, 2020
Phonological versus semantic prediction in focus and repair constructions: No evidence for differential predictions
H Karimi, T Brothers, F Ferreira
Cognitive psychology 112, 25-47, 2019
Sentence Processing and Interpretation in Monolinguals and Bilinguals: Classical and Contemporary Approaches
MJ Traxler, L HOVERSTEN, TA Brothers
The Handbook of Psycholinguistics 1, 320-344, 2017
Two sensory channels mediate perception of fingertip force
T Brothers, M Hollins
Perception 43 (10), 1071-1082, 2014
Sentence processing and interpretation in monolinguals and bilinguals: Classical and contemporary approaches.
MJ Traxler, LJ Hoversten, TA Brothers
Wiley Blackwell, 2018
Cognitive control mediates age-related changes in flexible anticipatory processing during listening comprehension
S Dave, T Brothers, LJ Hoversten, MJ Traxler, TY Swaab
Brain Research, 147573, 2021
Word skipping in deaf and hearing bilinguals: Cognitive control over eye movements remains with increased perceptual span
MJ Traxler, T Banh, MM Craft, K Winsler, TA Brothers, LJ Hoversten, ...
Applied Psycholinguistics 42 (3), 601-630, 2021
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