Megan A. Boudewyn
Megan A. Boudewyn
Verified email at ucsc.edu
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
The Oxford handbook of event-related potential components
SJ Luck, ES Kappenman
Oxford university press, 2011
7962011
Language-related ERP components
TY Swaab, K Ledoux, CC Camblin, MA Boudewyn
Oxford handbook of event-related potential components, 397-440, 2012
1082012
Processing new and repeated names: Effects of coreference on repetition priming with speech and fast RSVP
CC Camblin, K Ledoux, M Boudewyn, PC Gordon, TY Swaab
Brain Research 1146, 172-184, 2007
662007
How many trials does it take to get a significant ERP effect? It depends
MA Boudewyn, SJ Luck, JL Farrens, ES Kappenman
Psychophysiology 55 (6), e13049, 2018
642018
Evidence for priming across intervening sentences during on-line sentence comprehension
KM Tooley, TY Swaab, MA Boudewyn, M Zirnstein, MJ Traxler
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (3), 289-311, 2014
612014
Graded expectations: Predictive processing and the adjustment of expectations during spoken language comprehension
MA Boudewyn, DL Long, TY Swaab
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 15 (3), 607-624, 2015
332015
Does discourse congruence influence spoken language comprehension before lexical association? Evidence from event-related potentials
MA Boudewyn, PC Gordon, D Long, L Polse, TY Swaab
Language and cognitive processes 27 (5), 698-733, 2012
332012
Cognitive control influences the use of meaning relations during spoken sentence comprehension
MA Boudewyn, DL Long, TY Swaab
Neuropsychologia 50 (11), 2659-2668, 2012
322012
Effects of working memory span on processing of lexical associations and congruence in spoken discourse
MA Boudewyn, DL Long, TY Swaab
Frontiers in psychology 4, 60, 2013
272013
Cognitive control of episodic memory in schizophrenia: differential role of dorsolateral and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex
JD Ragland, C Ranganath, J Phillips, MA Boudewyn, AM Kring, TA Lesh, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 604, 2015
242015
Sensitivity to referential ambiguity in discourse: the role of attention, working memory, and verbal ability
MA Boudewyn, DL Long, MJ Traxler, TA Lesh, S Dave, GR Mangun, ...
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 27 (12), 2309-2323, 2015
232015
Cognitive control and discourse comprehension in schizophrenia
MA Boudewyn, CS Carter, TY Swaab
Schizophrenia research and treatment 2012, 2012
202012
Electrophysiological correlates of adaptive control and attentional engagement in patients with first episode schizophrenia and healthy young adults
MA Boudewyn, CS Carter
Psychophysiology 55 (3), e12820, 2018
162018
Spared and impaired spoken discourse processing in schizophrenia: effects of local and global language context
TY Swaab, MA Boudewyn, DL Long, SJ Luck, AM Kring, JD Ragland, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (39), 15578-15587, 2013
162013
Transcranial direct current stimulation: a roadmap for research, from mechanism of action to clinical implementation
HW Chase, MA Boudewyn, CS Carter, ML Phillips
Molecular psychiatry 25 (2), 397-407, 2020
142020
Individual differences in language processing: Electrophysiological approaches
MA Boudewyn
Language and Linguistics Compass 9 (10), 406-419, 2015
142015
ERPs and language processing
TY Swaab, K Ledoux, CC Camblin, M Boudewyn
Oxford handbook of event-related potential components 14, 2012
142012
Prefrontal transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) enhances behavioral and EEG markers of proactive control
M Boudewyn, BM Roberts, E Mizrak, C Ranganath, CS Carter
Cognitive neuroscience 10 (2), 57-65, 2019
132019
I must have missed that: Alpha-band oscillations track attention to spoken language
MA Boudewyn, CS Carter
Neuropsychologia 117, 148-155, 2018
122018
What’s special about human language? The contents of the “narrow language faculty” revisited
MJ Traxler, M Boudewyn, J Loudermilk
Language and Linguistics Compass 6 (10), 611-621, 2012
122012
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20