Darren Tanner
Darren Tanner
Microsoft Corporation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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ERPs reveal individual differences in morphosyntactic processing
D Tanner, JG Van Hell
Neuropsychologia 56, 289-301, 2014
1912014
How inappropriate high-pass filters can produce artifactual effects and incorrect conclusions in ERP studies of language and cognition
D Tanner, K Morgan-Short, SJ Luck
Psychophysiology, 2015
1822015
Brain potentials reveal discrete stages of L2 grammatical learning
J McLaughlin, D Tanner, I Pitkänen, C Frenck‐Mestre, K Inoue, ...
Language Learning 60, 123-150, 2010
1612010
Second language proficiency and cross‐language lexical activation
JG Van Hell, D Tanner
Language Learning 62, 148-171, 2012
1462012
Individual differences reveal stages of L2 grammatical acquisition: ERP evidence
D Tanner, J McLaughlin, J Herschensohn, L Osterhout
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 16 (2), 367-382, 2013
1432013
Brain-based individual differences in on-line L2 grammatical comprehension
D Tanner, K Inoue, L Osterhout
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 17 (2), 277-293, 2014
1162014
The time-course of feature interference in agreement comprehension: Multiple mechanisms and asymmetrical attraction
D Tanner, J Nicol, L Brehm
Journal of memory and language 76, 195-215, 2014
962014
On the left anterior negativity (LAN) in electrophysiological studies of morphosyntactic agreement: A Commentary on “Grammatical agreement processing in reading: ERP findings …
D Tanner
Cortex 66, 149-155, 2015
832015
A strong wink between verbal and emoji-based irony: How the brain processes ironic emojis during language comprehension
B Weissman, D Tanner
PloS one 13 (8), e0201727, 2018
432018
Dissociating retrieval interference and reanalysis in the P600 during sentence comprehension
D Tanner, S Grey, JG van Hell
Psychophysiology 54 (2), 248-259, 2017
392017
On high-pass filter artifacts (they’re real) and baseline correction (it’s a good idea) in ERP/ERMF analysis
D Tanner, JJS Norton, K Morgan-Short, SJ Luck
Journal of neuroscience methods 266, 166-170, 2016
362016
Snapshots of grammaticalization: Differential electrophysiological responses to grammatical anomalies with increasing L2 exposure
D Tanner, L Osterhout, J Herschensohn
Proceedings of the 33rd Boston University conference on language development …, 2009
322009
How right is left? Handedness modulates neural responses during morphosyntactic processing
S Grey, D Tanner, JG van Hell
Brain Research 1669, 27-43, 2017
302017
Robust neurocognitive individual differences in grammatical agreement processing: A latent variable approach
D Tanner
Cortex 111, 210-237, 2019
282019
Effects of language experience, use, and cognitive functioning on bilingual word production and comprehension
KA Litcofsky, D Tanner, JG van Hell
International Journal of Bilingualism 20 (6), 666-683, 2016
202016
Electrophysiological markers of interference and structural facilitation in native and nonnative agreement processing
D Tanner, J Nicol, J Herschensohn, L Osterhout, AK Biller, EY Chung, ...
Proceedings of the 36th Boston university conference on language development …, 2012
192012
“Going to town”: Large-scale norming and statistical analysis of 870 American English idioms
NZ Bulkes, D Tanner
Behavior research methods 49 (2), 772-783, 2017
182017
Cues, quantification, and agreement in language comprehension
D Tanner, NZ Bulkes
Psychonomic bulletin & review 22 (6), 1753-1763, 2015
172015
Event-related Potentials (ERPs)
K Morgan-Short, D Tanner
Research Methods in Second Language Psycholinguistics, 127-152, 2014
172014
Agreement mechanisms in native and nonnative language processing: Electrophysiological correlates of complexity and interference
D Tanner
University of Washington, 2011
162011
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