Tamara Swaab
Tamara Swaab
Professor of Psychology, UC Davis
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The Oxford handbook of event-related potential components
SJ Luck, ES Kappenman
Oxford university press, 2011
7962011
The brain circuitry of syntactic comprehension
E Kaan, TY Swaab
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (8), 350-356, 2002
4592002
Repair, revision, and complexity in syntactic analysis: An electrophysiological differentiation
E Kaan, TY Swaab
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 15 (1), 98-110, 2003
4342003
Lexical—semantic event–related potential effects in patients with left hemisphere lesions and aphasia, and patients with right hemisphere lesions without aphasia
P Hagoort, CM Brown, TY Swaab
Brain 119 (2), 627-649, 1996
3051996
The interplay of discourse congruence and lexical association during sentence processing: Evidence from ERPs and eye tracking
CC Camblin, PC Gordon, TY Swaab
Journal of Memory and Language 56 (1), 103-128, 2007
2072007
Understanding ambiguous words in sentence contexts: Electrophysiological evidence for delayed contextual selection in Broca’s aphasia
TY Swaab, C Brown, P Hagoort
Neuropsychologia 36 (8), 737-761, 1998
1651998
Spoken sentence comprehension in aphasia: Event-related potential evidence for a lexical integration deficit
T Swaab, C Brown, P Hagoort
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 9 (1), 39-66, 1997
1651997
Syntactic priming in comprehension: Evidence from event-related potentials
K Ledoux, MJ Traxler, TY Swaab
Psychological science 18 (2), 135-143, 2007
1562007
Understanding words in sentence contexts: The time course of ambiguity resolution
T Swaab, C Brown, P Hagoort
Brain and Language 86 (2), 326-343, 2003
1402003
Effects of prediction and contextual support on lexical processing: Prediction takes precedence
T Brothers, TY Swaab, MJ Traxler
Cognition 136, 135-149, 2015
1122015
Language-related ERP components
TY Swaab, K Ledoux, CC Camblin, MA Boudewyn
Oxford handbook of event-related potential components, 397-440, 2012
1082012
Separable effects of priming and imageability on word processing: an ERP study
TY Swaab, K Baynes, RT Knight
Cognitive Brain Research 15 (1), 99-103, 2002
1072002
Separable effects of semantic priming and imageability on word processing in human cortex
B Giesbrecht, CC Camblin, TY Swaab
Cerebral Cortex 14 (5), 521-529, 2004
992004
Electrophysiological evidence for reversed lexical repetition effects in language processing
TY Swaab, CC Camblin, PC Gordon
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 16 (5), 715-726, 2004
972004
Speech and span: Working memory capacity impacts the use of animacy but not of world knowledge during spoken sentence comprehension
H Nakano, C Saron, TY Swaab
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22 (12), 2886-2898, 2010
962010
Electrophysiological and behavioral evidence of syntactic priming in sentence comprehension.
KM Tooley, MJ Traxler, TY Swaab
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (1), 19, 2009
832009
Coreference and lexical repetition: Mechanisms of discourse integration
K Ledoux, PC Gordon, CC Camblin, TY Swaab
Memory & cognition 35 (4), 801-815, 2007
832007
Electrophysiological evidence for serial sentence processing: A comparison between non-preferred and ungrammatical continuations
E Kaan, TY Swaab
Cognitive Brain Research 17 (3), 621-635, 2003
812003
Reading words in discourse: The modulation of lexical priming effects by message-level context
K Ledoux, CC Camblin, TY Swaab, PC Gordon
Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Reviews 5 (3), 107-127, 2006
752006
Electrophysiological differentiation of phonological and semantic integration in word and sentence contexts
MT Diaz, TY Swaab
Brain research 1146, 85-100, 2007
742007
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