Jos van Berkum
Jos van Berkum
Professor of Communication, Cognition & Emotion, Utrecht University
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Anticipating upcoming words in discourse: evidence from ERPs and reading times.
JJA Van Berkum, CM Brown, P Zwitserlood, V Kooijman, P Hagoort
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 31 (3), 443, 2005
8402005
Semantic integration in sentences and discourse: Evidence from the N400
JJA Berkum, P Hagoort, CM Brown
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 11 (6), 657-671, 1999
6421999
When peanuts fall in love: N400 evidence for the power of discourse
MS Nieuwland, JJA Van Berkum
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (7), 1098-1111, 2006
4772006
The neural integration of speaker and message
JJA Van Berkum, D Van den Brink, CMJY Tesink, M Kos, P Hagoort
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 20 (4), 580-591, 2008
4102008
Early referential context effects in sentence processing: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
JJA Van Berkum, CM Brown, P Hagoort
Journal of memory and language 41 (2), 147-182, 1999
3691999
When and how do listeners relate a sentence to the wider discourse? Evidence from the N400 effect
JJA Van Berkum, P Zwitserlood, P Hagoort, CM Brown
Cognitive brain research 17 (3), 701-718, 2003
2832003
Beyond the sentence given
P Hagoort, J van Berkum
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 362 …, 2007
2692007
Retrieval and unification of syntactic structure in sentence comprehension: an fMRI study using word-category ambiguity
TM Snijders, T Vosse, G Kempen, JJA Van Berkum, KM Petersson, ...
Cerebral cortex 19 (7), 1493-1503, 2009
2422009
Establishing reference in language comprehension: An electrophysiological perspective
JJA Van Berkum, AW Koornneef, M Otten, MS Nieuwland
Brain research 1146, 158-171, 2007
2352007
On the use of verb-based implicit causality in sentence comprehension: Evidence from self-paced reading and eye tracking
AW Koornneef, JJA Van Berkum
Journal of Memory and Language 54 (4), 445-465, 2006
2002006
Right or wrong? The brain's fast response to morally objectionable statements
JJA Van Berkum, B Holleman, M Nieuwland, M Otten, J Murre
Psychological Science 20 (9), 1092-1099, 2009
1922009
Event‐related brain potentials reflect discourse‐referential ambiguity in spoken language comprehension
JJA Van Berkum, CM Brown, P Hagoort, P Zwitserlood
Psychophysiology 40 (2), 235-248, 2003
1832003
Discourse-based word anticipation during language processing: Prediction or priming?
M Otten, JJA Van Berkum
Discourse Processes 45 (6), 464-496, 2008
1822008
The neuropragmatics of'simple'utterance comprehension: An ERP review
JJA Van Berkum
Semantics and pragmatics: From experiment to theory, 276-316, 2009
1812009
Testing the limits of the semantic illusion phenomenon: ERPs reveal temporary semantic change deafness in discourse comprehension
MS Nieuwland, JJA Van Berkum
Cognitive Brain Research 24 (3), 691-701, 2005
1462005
Individual differences and contextual bias in pronoun resolution: Evidence from ERPs
MS Nieuwland, JJA Van Berkum
Brain Research 1118 (1), 155-167, 2006
1442006
Syntactic processes in speech production: The retrieval of grammatical gender
JJA Van Berkum
Cognition 64 (2), 115-152, 1997
1351997
Event-related theta power increases in the human EEG during online sentence processing
MCM Bastiaansen, JJA Van Berkum, P Hagoort
Neuroscience letters 323 (1), 13-16, 2002
1252002
Who are you talking about? Tracking discourse-level referential processing with event-related brain potentials
MS Nieuwland, M Otten, JJA Van Berkum
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 19 (2), 228-236, 2007
1212007
Trait anxiety, defensiveness, and the structure of worry
MW Eysenck, J Van Berkum
Personality and Individual Differences 13 (12), 1285-1290, 1992
1161992
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