John Hoeks
John Hoeks
Professor of Communication Science, University of Groningen
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TitleCited byYear
Seeing words in context: the interaction of lexical and sentence level information during reading
JCJ Hoeks, LA Stowe, G Doedens
Cognitive brain research 19 (1), 59-73, 2004
3442004
Getting real about semantic illusions: rethinking the functional role of the P600 in language comprehension
H Brouwer, H Fitz, J Hoeks
Brain research 1446, 127-143, 2012
3042012
Semantic ambiguity processing in sentence context: Evidence from event-related fMRI
MZ Zempleni, R Renken, JCJ Hoeks, JM Hoogduin, LA Stowe
Neuroimage 34 (3), 1270-1279, 2007
1712007
The development of bilingual memory: Evidence from word translation by trilinguals
AMB De Groot, JCJ Hoeks
Language learning 45 (4), 683-724, 1995
1421995
A time and place for language comprehension: mapping the N400 and the P600 to a minimal cortical network
H Brouwer, JCJ Hoeks
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 758, 2013
722013
Processing coordinated structures in context: The effect of topic-structure on ambiguity resolution
JCJ Hoeks, W Vonk, H Schriefers
Journal of Memory and Language 46 (1), 99-119, 2002
682002
Referential choice across the lifespan: Why children and elderly adults produce ambiguous pronouns
P Hendriks, C Koster, JCJ Hoeks
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (4), 391-407, 2014
662014
A neurocomputational model of the N400 and the P600 in language processing
H Brouwer, MW Crocker, NJ Venhuizen, JCJ Hoeks
Cognitive science 41, 1318-1352, 2017
532017
Age differences in adults’ use of referring expressions
P Hendriks, C Englert, E Wubs, J Hoeks
Journal of Logic, Language and Information 17 (4), 443, 2008
422008
Electrophysiological research on conversation and discourse
JCJ Hoeks, H Brouwer
The Oxford handbook of language and social psychology, 365-386, 2014
362014
Processing the noun phrase versus sentence coordination ambiguity: Thematic information does not completely eliminate processing difficulty
JCJ Hoeks, P Hendriks, W Vonk, CM Brown, P Hagoort
The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 59 (9), 1581-1599, 2006
31*2006
Less is not more: Neural responses to missing and superfluous accents in context
DV Dimitrova, LA Stowe, G Redeker, JCJ Hoeks
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (12), 2400-2418, 2012
272012
Tell me a story! Children's capacity for topic shift
E Wubs, P Hendriks, J Hoeks, C Koster
Proceedings of the 3rd conference on generative approaches to language …, 2009
262009
D-linking or set-restriction? Processing Which-questions in Dutch
J Donkers, JCJ Hoeks, LA Stowe
Language and Cognitive Processes 28 (1-2), 9-28, 2013
212013
Optimality Theory and human sentence processing: Towards a cross-modular analysis of coordination
J Hoeks, P Hendriks
Journal of Cognitive Science 12 (1), 83-128., 2011
20*2011
Look before you leap: How enjambment affects the processing of poetry
RK van’t Jagt, JCJ Hoeks, GJ Dorleijn, P Hendriks
Scientific Study of Literature 4 (1), 3-24, 2014
182014
Development of a communication intervention for older adults with limited health literacy: Photo stories to support doctor–patient communication
R Koops van’t Jagt, AF de Winter, SA Reijneveld, JCJ Hoeks, ...
Journal of health communication 21 (sup2), 69-82, 2016
152016
Modeling the noun phrase versus sentence coordination ambiguity in Dutch: evidence from surprisal theory
H Brouwer, H Fitz, JCJ Hoeks
Proceedings of the 2010 workshop on cognitive modeling and computational …, 2010
152010
The EPPM put to the test
J Ooms, C Jansen, J Hoeks
Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 4 (2), 241-256, 2015
142015
Questions left unanswered: How the brain responds to missing information
JCJ Hoeks, LA Stowe, P Hendriks, H Brouwer
PloS one 8 (10), e73594, 2013
142013
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