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    1. Matsumoto, K; Matsuoka, H; Yamazaki, H; Sakai, H; Kato, T; Miura, N; Nakamura, M; Osakabe, K; Saito, H; Ueno, T; Sato, M
      Impairment of an event-related potential correlate of memory in schizophrenia: effects of immediate and delayed word repetition

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    2. Sekiguchi, T; Koyama, S; Kakigi, R
      The effect of stimulus repetition on cortical magnetic responses evoked bywords and nonwords

      NEUROIMAGE
    3. Steinhauer, K; Pancheva, R; Newman, AJ; Gennari, S; Ullman, MT
      How the mass counts: An electrophysiological approach to the processing oflexical features

      NEUROREPORT
    4. Suzuki, K; Okuda, J; Otsuka, Y; Sugawara, A; Hatanaka, K; Nakasato, N; Kanno, A; Yoshimoto, T; Fujii, T; Yamadori, A
      Judging semantic and episodic incongruity: a magnetoencephalographic study

      NEUROREPORT
    5. Connolly, JF; Service, E; D'Arcy, RCN; Kujala, A; Alho, K
      Phonological aspects of word recognition as revealed by high resolution spatio-temporal brain mapping

      NEUROREPORT
    6. Makela, AM; Makinen, V; Nikkila, M; Ilmoniemi, RJ; Tiitinen, H
      Magnetoencephalographic (MEG) localization of the auditory N400m: effects of stimulus duration

      NEUROREPORT
    7. Frisch, S; Schlesewsky, M
      The N400 reflects problems of thematic hierarchizing

      NEUROREPORT
    8. Kim, MS; Kim, JJ; Kwon, JS
      The effect of immediate and delayed word repetition on event-related potential in a continuous recognition task

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Minamoto, H; Tachibana, H; Sugita, M; Okita, T
      Recognition memory in normal aging and Parkinson's disease: behavioral andelectrophysiologic measures

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    10. Braeutigam, S; Bailey, AJ; Swithenby, SJ
      Phase-locked gamma band responses to semantic violation stimuli

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    11. Ford, JM; Askari, N; Gabrieli, JDE; Mathalon, DH; Tinklenberg, JR; Menon, V; Yesavage, J
      Event-related brain potential evidence of spared knowledge in Alzheimer's disease

      PSYCHOLOGY AND AGING
    12. Deutsch, A; Bentin, S
      Syntactic and semantic factors in processing gender agreement in Hebrew: Evidence from ERPs and eye movements

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    13. Federmeier, KD; Kirson, DA; Moreno, EM; Kutas, M
      Effects of transient, mild mood states on semantic memory organization anduse: an event-related potential investigation in humans

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    14. Chaby, L; Jemel, B; George, N; Renault, B; Fiori, N
      An ERP study of famous face incongruity detection in middle age

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    15. Rudell, AP; Hu, B
      Does a warning signal accelerate the processing of sensory information? Evidence from recognition potential responses to high and low frequency words

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    16. Guillem, F; Bicu, M; Hooper, R; Bloom, D; Wolf, MA; Messier, J; Desautels, R; Debruille, JB
      Memory impairment in schizophrenia: a study using event-related potentialsin implicit and explicit tasks

      PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH
    17. Hinojosa, JA; Martin-Loeches, M; Rubia, FJ
      Event-related potentials and semantics: An overview and an integrative proposal

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    18. Rosler, F; Streb, J; Haan, H
      Event-related brain potentials evoked by verbs and nouns in a primed lexical decision task

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    19. Rolke, B; Heil, M; Streb, J; Hennighausen, E
      Missed prime words within the attentional blink evoke an N400 semantic priming effect

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    20. Nakagome, K; Takazawa, S; Kanno, O; Hagiwara, H; Nakajima, H; Itoh, K; Koshida, I
      A topographical study of ERP correlates of semantic and syntactic violations in the Japanese language using the multichannel EEG system

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    21. Munte, TF; Wieringa, BM; Weyerts, H; Szentkuti, A; Matzke, M; Johannes, S
      Differences in brain potentials to open and closed class words: class and frequency effects

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    22. Eimer, M
      Event-related brain potentials distinguish processing stages involved in face perception and recognition

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    23. Johnson, BW; Hamm, JP
      High-density mapping in an N400 paradigm: evidence for bilateral temporal lobe generators

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    24. D'Arcy, RCN; Connolly, JF; Crocker, SF
      Latency shifts in the N2b component track phonological deviations in spoken words

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    25. Haan, H; Streb, J; Bien, S; Rosler, F
      Individual cortical current density reconstructions of the semantic N400 effect: Using a generalized minimum norm model with different constraints (L1 and L2 norm)

      HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING
    26. Miyamoto, T; Katayama, JI; Kohsaka, M; Koyama, T
      Disturbance of semantic processing in temporal lobe epilepsy demonstrated with scalp ERPs

      SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY
    27. Kong, JA; Wang, YP; Zhang, WT; Wang, HJ; Wei, HF; Shang, HY; Yang, XZ; Zhuang, D
      Event-related brain potentials elicited by a number discrimination task

      NEUROREPORT
    28. Cansino, S; Tellez-Alanis, B
      ERPs elicited by a cognitive incongruity paradigm: a semantic memory study

      NEUROREPORT
    29. Lang, S; Kotchoubey, B
      Learning effects on event-related brain potentials

      NEUROREPORT
    30. Hoen, M; Dominey, PF
      ERP analysis of cognitive sequencing: a left anterior negativity related to structural transformation processing

      NEUROREPORT
    31. Cui, LL; Wang, YP; Wang, HJ; Tian, SJ; Kong, J
      Human brain sub-systems for discrimination of visual shapes

      NEUROREPORT
    32. Bobes, MA; Martin, M; Olivares, E; Valdes-Sosa, M
      Different scalp topography of brain potentials related to expression and identity matching of faces

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    33. Deacon, D; Hewitt, S; Yang, CM; Nagata, M
      Event-related potential indices of semantic priming using masked and unmasked words: evidence that the N400 does not reflect a post-lexical process

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    34. Kellenbach, ML; Wijers, AA; Mulder, G
      Visual semantic features are activated during the processing of concrete words: event-related potential evidence for perceptual semantic priming

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    35. Friederici, AD; Frisch, S
      Verb argument structure processing: The role of verb-specific and argument-specific information

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    36. Chwilla, DJ; Kolk, HHJ; Mulder, G
      Mediated priming in the lexical decision task: Evidence from event-relatedpotentials and reaction time

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    37. Ruchsow, M
      N400 and P600 as correlates of schizophrenic thought disorder

      NERVENHEILKUNDE
    38. Wang, YP; Kong, J; Tang, XF; Zhuang, D; Li, SW
      Event-related potential N270 is elicited by mental conflict processing in human brain

      NEUROSCIENCE LETTERS
    39. Greenham, SL; Stelmack, RM; Campbell, KB
      Effects of attention and semantic relation on event-related potentials in a picture-word naming task

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    40. Stenberg, G; Lindgren, M; Johansson, M; Olsson, A; Rosen, I
      Semantic processing without conscious identification: Evidence from event-related potentials

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    41. Castle, PC; Van Toller, S; Milligan, GJ
      The effect of odour priming on cortical EEG and visual ERP responses

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    42. Brown, CM; Hagoort, P; Chwilla, DJ
      An event-related brain potential analysis of visual word priming effects

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    43. Salisbury, DF; O'Donnell, BF; McCarley, RW; Nestor, PG; Shenton, ME
      Event-related potentials elicited during a context-free homograph task in normal versus schizophrenic subjects

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    44. Magnie, MN; Bermon, S; Martin, F; Madany-Lounis, M; Suisse, G; Muhammad, W; Dolisi, C
      P300, N400, aerobic fitness, and maximal aerobic exercise

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    45. Hagoort, P; Brown, CM
      ERP effects of listening to speech: semantic ERP effects

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    46. Olichney, JM; Van Petten, C; Paller, KA; Salmon, DP; Iragui, VJ; Kutas, M
      Word repetition in amnesia - Electrophysiological measures of impaired andspared memory

      BRAIN
    47. Kimble, M; Lyons, M; O'Donnell, B; Nestor, P; Niznikiewicz, M; Toomey, R
      The effect of family status and schizotypy on electrophysiologic measures of attention and semantic processing

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    48. McPherson, WB; Ackerman, PT
      A study of reading disability using event-related brain potentials elicited during auditory alliteration judgments

      DEVELOPMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    49. Silva-Pereyra, J; Harmony, T; Villanueva, G; Fernandez, T; Rodriguez, M; Galan, L; Diaz-Comas, L; Bernal, J; Fernandez-Bouzas, A; Marosi, E; Reyes, A
      N400 and lexical decisions: automatic or controlled processing?

      CLINICAL NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    50. Jemel, B; George, N; Chaby, L; Fiori, N; Renault, B
      Differential processing of part-to-whole and part-to-part face priming: anERP study

      NEUROREPORT
    51. Gunter, TC; Friederici, AD; Hahne, A
      Brain responses during sentence reading: visual input affects central processes

      NEUROREPORT
    52. Weisbrod, M; Kiefer, M; Winkler, S; Maier, S; Hill, H; Roesch-Ely, D; Spitzer, M
      Electrophysiological correlates of direct versus indirect semantic primingin normal volunteers

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    53. Federmeier, KD; Kutas, M
      Right words and left words: electrophysiological evidence for hemispheric differences in meaning processing

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    54. Tachibana, H; Miyata, Y; Takeda, M; Minamoto, H; Sugita, M; Okita, T
      Memory in patients with subcortical infarction - an auditory event-relatedpotential study

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    55. Tachibana, H; Miyata, Y; Takeda, M; Sugita, M; Okita, T
      Event-related potentials reveal memory deficits in Parkinson's disease

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    56. Deacon, D; Uhm, TJ; Ritter, W; Hewitt, S; Dynowska, A
      The lifetime of automatic semantic priming effects may exceed two seconds

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    57. Munte, TF; Say, T; Clahsen, H; Schiltz, K; Kutas, M
      Decomposition of morphologically complex words in English: evidence from event-related brain potentials

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    58. Olivares, EI; Iglesias, J; Bobes, MA
      Searching for face-specific long latency ERPs: a topographic study of effects associated with mismatching features

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    59. Ohta, K; Uchiyama, M; Matsushima, E; Toru, M
      An event-related potential study in schizophrenia using Japanese sentences

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    60. Federmeier, KD; Kutas, M
      A rose by any other name: Long-term memory structure and sentence processing

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    61. Castaneda, M; Ostrosky, F; Perez, M; Rangel, L; Bobes, MA
      Electrophysiological assessment of semantic memory in Alzheimer's disease.

      SALUD MENTAL
    62. Martin-Loeches, M; Hinojosa, JA; Gomez-Jarabo, G; Rubia, FJ
      The recognition potential: An ERP index of lexical access

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    63. Streb, J; Rosler, F; Hennighausen, E
      Event-related responses to pronoun and proper name anaphors in parallel and nonparallel discourse structures

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    64. Niedeggen, M; Rosler, F; Jost, K
      Processing of incongruous mental calculation problems: Evidence for an arithmetic N400 effect

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    65. McPherson, WB; Holcomb, PJ
      An electrophysiological investigation of semantic priming with pictures ofreal objects

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    66. Gunter, TC; Friederici, AD
      Concerning the automaticity of syntactic processing

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    67. Tachibana, H; Miyata, Y; Takeda, M; Minamoto, H; Sugita, M; Okita, T
      Auditory event-related potentials in an amnesic patient with a left temporal lobe lesion

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    68. Friederici, AD; von Cramon, DY; Kotz, SA
      Language related brain potentials in patients with cortical and subcortical left hemisphere lesions

      BRAIN
    69. ter Keurs, M; Brown, CM; Hagoort, P; Stegeman, DF
      Electrophysiological manifestations of open- and closed-class words in patients with Broca's aphasia with agrammatic comprehension - An event-relatedbrain potential study

      BRAIN
    70. Matsuoka, H; Matsumoto, K; Yamazaki, H; Sakai, H; Miwa, S; Yoshida, S; Numachi, Y; Saito, H; Ueno, T; Sato, M
      Lack of repetition priming effect on visual event-related potentials in schizophrenia

      BIOLOGICAL PSYCHIATRY
    71. Niznikiewicz, MA; Voglmaier, M; Shenton, ME; Seidman, LJ; Dickey, CC; Rhoads, R; Teh, E; McCarley, RW
      Electrophysiological correlates of language processing in schizotypal personality disorder

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY
    72. OSTROSKYSOLIS F; CASTANEDA M; PEREZ M; CASTILLO G; BOBES MA
      COGNITIVE BRAIN ACTIVITY IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICALRESPONSE DURING PICTURE SEMANTIC CATEGORIZATION

      Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society
    73. Knott, V; Kotsopoulos, S; Lusk, S; Walker, S; Beggs, K; Hiebert, A
      Event related potential correlates of primed and unprimed words in children co-morbid for disruptive behaviour disorders and academic delay

      EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY
    74. DEACON D; HEWITT S; TAMNY T
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL INDEXES OF SEMANTIC PRIMING FOLLOWING AN UNRELATED INTERVENING ITEM

      Cognitive brain research
    75. REVONSUO A; PORTIN R; JUOTTONEN K; RINNE JO
      SEMANTIC PROCESSING OF SPOKEN WORDS IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    76. HOPF JM; BAYER J; BADER M; MENG M
      EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS AND CASE INFORMATION IN SYNTACTIC AMBIGUITIES

      Journal of cognitive neuroscience
    77. ROSLER F; PECHMANN T; STREB J; RODER B; HENNIGHAUSEN E
      PARSING OF SENTENCES IN A LANGUAGE WITH VARYING WORD-ORDER - WORD-BY-WORD VARIATIONS OF PROCESSING DEMANDS ARE REVEALED BY EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS

      Journal of memory and language
    78. GROSS M; SAY T; KLEINGERS M; CLAHSEN H; MUNTE TF
      HUMAN BRAIN POTENTIALS TO VIOLATIONS IN MORPHOLOGICALLY COMPLEX ITALIAN WORDS

      Neuroscience letters
    79. RADEAU M; BESSON M; FONTENEAU E; CASTRO SL
      SEMANTIC, REPETITION AND RIME PRIMING BETWEEN SPOKEN WORDS - BEHAVIORAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE

      Biological psychology
    80. KUTAS M; IRAGUI V
      THE N400 IN A SEMANTIC CATEGORIZATION TASK ACROSS 6 DECADES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    81. BRUALLA J; ROMERO MF; SERRANO M; VALDIZAN JR
      AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS TO SEMANTIC PRIMING DURING SLEEP

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    82. MIYAMOTO T; KATAYAMA J; KOYAMA T
      ERPS, SEMANTIC PROCESSING AND AGE

      International journal of psychophysiology
    83. GUNTER TC; JACKSON JL; MULDER G
      PRIMING AND AGING - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF N400 ANDRECALL

      Brain and language (Print)
    84. KIEFER M; WEISBROD M; KERN I; MAIER S; SPITZER M
      RIGHT-HEMISPHERE ACTIVATION DURING INDIRECT SEMANTIC PRIMING - EVIDENCE FROM EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Brain and language (Print)
    85. MCPHERSON WB; ACKERMAN PT; HOLCOMB PJ; DYKMAN RA
      EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS ELICITED DURING PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING DIFFERENTIATE SUBGROUPS OF READING-DISABLED ADOLESCENTS

      Brain and language
    86. DEBRUILLE JB
      KNOWLEDGE INHIBITION AND N400 - A STUDY WITH WORDS THAT LOOK LIKE COMMON WORDS

      Brain and language
    87. OKITA T; JIBU T
      SELECTIVE ATTENTION AND N400 ATTENUATION WITH SPOKEN WORD REPETITION

      Psychophysiology
    88. SWAAB TY; BROWN C; HAGOORT P
      UNDERSTANDING AMBIGUOUS WORDS IN SENTENCE CONTEXTS - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR DELAYED CONTEXTUAL SELECTION IN BROCAS-APHASIA

      Neuropsychologia
    89. MECKLINGER A
      ON THE MODULARITY OF RECOGNITION MEMORY FOR OBJECT FORM AND SPATIAL LOCATION - A TOPOGRAPHIC ERP ANALYSIS

      Neuropsychologia
    90. MUNTE TF; HEINZE HJ; MATZKE M; WIERINGA BM; JOHANNES S
      BRAIN POTENTIALS AND SYNTACTIC VIOLATIONS REVISITED - NO EVIDENCE FORSPECIFICITY OF THE SYNTACTIC POSITIVE SHIFT

      Neuropsychologia
    91. Jibu, T; Okita, T; Yagi, A
      Phonological priming and auditory event-related brain potentials

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    92. Shimoyama, I; Ito, T; Shibata, T; Abla, D; Nakajima, Y
      Hemispheric laterality in contextual recognition

      JAPANESE JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY
    93. HELENIUS P; SALMELIN R; SERVICE E; CONNOLLY JF
      DISTINCT TIME COURSES OF WORD AND CONTEXT COMPREHENSION IN THE LEFT TEMPORAL CORTEX

      Brain (Print)
    94. LOVRICH D; CHENG JC; VELTING DM; KAZMERSKI V
      AUDITORY ERPS DURING RHYME AND SEMANTIC PROCESSING - EFFECTS OF READING-ABILITY IN COLLEGE-STUDENTS

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    95. NINOMIYA H; ICHIMIYA A; CHEN CH; ONITSUKA T; KUWABARA Y; OTSUKA M; ICHIYA Y
      A STUDY OF VERBAL AND SPATIAL INFORMATION-PROCESSING USING EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND POSITRON-EMISSION-TOMOGRAPHY

      PSYCHIATRY AND CLINICAL NEUROSCIENCES
    96. FRIEDERICI AD
      NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF LANGUAGE PROCESSING

      Clinical neuroscience
    97. DERKS P; GILLIKIN LS; BARTOLOMERULL DS; BOGART EH
      LAUGHTER AND ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC ACTIVITY

      Humor
    98. GOMES H; RITTER W; TARTTER VC; VAUGHAN HG; ROSEN JJ
      LEXICAL PROCESSING OF VISUALLY AND AUDITORILY PRESENTED NOUNS AND VERBS - EVIDENCE FROM REACTION-TIME AND N400 PRIMING DATA

      Cognitive brain research
    99. GOMES H; RITTER W; TARTTER VC; VAUGHAN HG; ROSEN JJ
      LEXICAL PROCESSING OF VISUALLY AND AUDITORILY PRESENTED NOUNS AND VERBS - EVIDENCE FROM REACTION-TIME AND N400 PRIMING DATA

      Cognitive brain research
    100. MUNTE TF; SZENTKUTI A; WIERINGA BM; MATZKE M; JOHANNES S
      HUMAN BRAIN POTENTIALS TO READING SYNTACTIC ERRORS IN SENTENCES OF DIFFERENT COMPLEXITY

      Neuroscience letters


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