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    1. Hahne, A; Jescheniak, JD
      What's left if the Jabberwock gets the semantics? An ERP investigation into semantic and syntactic processes during auditory comprehension

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    2. Friederici, AD; Mecklinger, A; Spencer, KM; Steinhauer, K; Donchin, E
      Syntactic parsing preferences and their on-line revisions: a spatio-temporal analysis of event-related brain potentials

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    3. Rodriguez-Fornells, A; Clahsen, H; Lleo, C; Zaake, W; Munte, TF
      Event-related brain responses to morphological violations in Catalan

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    4. 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
    5. Steinhauer, K; Friederici, AD
      Prosodic boundaries, comma rules, and brain responses: The closure positive shift in ERPs as a universal marker for prosodic phrasing in listeners and readers

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    6. Newman, AJ; Pancheva, R; Ozawa, K; Neville, HJ; Ullman, MT
      An event-related fMRI study of syntactic and semantic violations

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    7. 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
    8. Vos, SH; Gunter, TC; Kolk, HHJ; Mulder, G
      Working memory constraints on syntactic processing: An electrophysiological investigation

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    9. Shi, XF; Sun, WY; Zhang, L; Li, CD
      NH-S hydrogen bonding in zinc enzyme model complex with S2N2 binding set studied by normal coordinate analysis of vibrational spectra

      SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART A-MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR SPECTROSCOPY
    10. Gunter, TC; Friederici, AD; Schriefers, H
      Syntactic gender and semantic expectancy: ERPs reveal early autonomy and late interaction

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Friederici, AD; Frisch, S
      Verb argument structure processing: The role of verb-specific and argument-specific information

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    12. Kaan, E; Harris, A; Gibson, E; Holcomb, P
      The P600 as an index of syntactic integration difficulty

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    13. Hagoort, P; Brown, CM
      ERP effects of listening to speech compared to reading: the P600/SPS to syntactic violations in spoken sentences and rapid serial visual presentation

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    14. Francois, S; Rohmer, MM; Benard, M; Moreland, AC; Rauchfuss, TB
      The N-H center dot S hydrogen bond in (TACN)(2)Fe2S6 (TACN = triazacyclononane) and in model systems involving the persulfido moiety: An ab initio and DFT study

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY
    15. Hahne, A; Friederici, AD
      Electrophysiological evidence for two steps in syntactic analysis: Early automatic and late controlled processes

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    16. van Berkum, JJA; Brown, CM; Hagoort, P
      Early referential context effects in sentence processing: Evidence from event-related brain potentials

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    17. Osterhout, L; Nicol, J
      On the distinctiveness, independence, and time course of the brain responses to syntactic and semantic anomalies

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    18. Osterhout, L; Hagoort, P
      A superficial resemblance does not necessarily mean you are part of the family: Counterarguments to Coulson, King and Kutas (1998) in the P600/SPS-P300 debate

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    19. Gunter, TC; Friederici, AD
      Concerning the automaticity of syntactic processing

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    20. Friederici, AD; von Cramon, DY; Kotz, SA
      Language related brain potentials in patients with cortical and subcortical left hemisphere lesions

      BRAIN
    21. Patel, AD; Gibson, E; Ratner, J; Besson, M; Holcomb, PJ
      Processing syntactic relations in language and music: An event-related potential study

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    22. 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
    23. BAKAY EP; MARTON M; RIGO P; BALAZS L
      RESPONSES TO IRRELEVANT PROBES DURING TASK-INDUCED NEGATIVE AND POSITIVE SHIFTS

      International journal of psychophysiology
    24. Liaw, WF; Lee, CM; Lee, GH; Peng, SM
      Synthesis and characterization of the five-coordinate sixteen-electron manganese(I) complex [Mn(CO)(3)(S-C6H4-NH)](-)

      INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
    25. Ueno, S; Shibata, A; Ito, Y
      Redox potential of bacteriorhodopsin in purple membrane determined by differential pulse voltammetry

      CHEMICAL & PHARMACEUTICAL BULLETIN
    26. SUN WY; UEYAMA N; NAKAMURA A
      STABILIZATION OF HYDROLYTICALLY LABILE IRON(II)-CYSTEINE PEPTIDE THIOLATE COMPLEXES IN AQUEOUS TRITON X-100 MICELLE SOLUTION - SPECTROSCOPIC PROPERTIES MIMICKING OF REDUCED RUBREDOXIN

      Biopolymers
    27. OKU H; UEYAMA N; NAKAMURA A
      ASSOCIATION OF OXO-MOLYBDENUM DITHIOLENE COMPLEXES WITH A MULTIAMIDE ADDITIVE AND ITS INFLUENCE ON THE EASE OF O-ATOM TRANSFER

      Inorganic chemistry
    28. UENO T; INOHARA M; UEYAMA N; NAKAMURA A
      COOPERATIVE REDOX REGULATION OF [4FE-4S] FERREDOXIN MODEL ARENETHIOLATE COMPLEXES BY NH-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-S HYDROGEN-BONDS AND AN AROMATIC C-H-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-S INTERACTION

      Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan
    29. UENO T; UEYAMA N; NAKAMURA A
      REDOX BEHAVIOR OF 4FE-4S FERREDOXIN MODEL ARENETHIOLATE COMPLEXES INVOLVING SPECIFIC NH-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-S HYDROGEN-BONDS ASSISTED BY A NEIGHBORING PHENYL GROUP

      Journal of the Chemical Society. Dalton transactions
    30. UEYAMA N; TANIUCHI K; OKAMURA T; NAKAMURA A; MAEDA H; EMURA S
      EFFECT OF THE NH---S HYDROGEN-BOND ON THE NATURE OF HG-S BONDING IN BIS[2-(ACYLAMINO)BENZENETHIOLATO]MERCURY(II) AND BIS[2,6-BIS(ACYLAMINO)BENZENETHIOLATO]MERCURY(II) COMPLEXES

      Inorganic chemistry
    31. UEYAMA N; YAMADA Y; OKAMURA T; KIMURA S; NAKAMURA A
      STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF FE4S4(2,6-BIS(ACYLAMINO)BENZENETHIOLATO-S)(4)](2-) AND FE2S2(2,6-BIS(ACYLAMINO)BENZENETHIOLATO-S)(4)](2-) - PROTECTION OF THE FE-S BOND BY DOUBLE NH-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-S HYDROGEN-BONDS

      Inorganic chemistry
    32. UEYAMA N; NISHIKAWA N; YAMADA Y; OKAMURA T; NAKAMURA A
      CYTOCHROME-P-450 MODEL (PORPHINATO)(THIOLATO)IRON(III) COMPLEXES WITHSINGLE AND DOUBLE NH-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-S HYDROGEN-BONDS AT THE THIOLATE SITE

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    33. HUANG J; DEWAN JC; WALTERS MA
      STRUCTURAL, SPECTROSCOPIC AND REDOX CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SOLUBLE COMPLEXES [M(SC(6)H(4)NR(2))(4)](2-) AND THE EFFECTS OF N-H-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-CENTER-DOT-S HYDROGEN-BONDS

      Inorganica Chimica Acta
    34. PICKETT CJ; RYDER KS
      BIOINORGANIC REACTION CENTERS ON ELECTRODES - MODIFIED ELECTRODES POSSESSING AMINO-ACID, PEPTIDE AND FERREDOXIN-TYPE GROUPS ON A POLY(PYRROLE) BACKBONE

      Journal of the Chemical Society. Dalton transactions
    35. SUN WY; UEYAMA N; NAKAMURA A
      H-1, H-2 AND F-19 NMR-SPECTROSCOPY OF A NOVEL IRON(II) TETRADENTATE CYSTEINE-PEPTIDE COMPLEX HAVING ONLY ONE DELTA-ISOMER - DETECTION OF 2 ISOMERS IN COORDINATION OF CYS-X-Y-CYS BIDENTATE PEPTIDE LIGANDS TO IRON(II) ION

      Magnetic resonance in chemistry


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