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    1. Botting, N; Conti-Ramsden, G
      Non-word repetition and language development in children with specific language impairment (SLI)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    2. Simkin, Z; Conti-Ramsden, G
      Non-word repetition and grammatical morphology: normative data for children in their final year of primary school

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    3. McCarthy, RA; Warrington, EK
      Repeating without semantics: Surface dysphasia?

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

      NEUROIMAGE
    5. 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
    6. Minamoto, H; Tachibana, H; Sugita, M; Okita, T
      Recognition memory in normal aging and Parkinson's disease: behavioral andelectrophysiologic measures

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    7. Penney, TB; Mecklinger, A; Nessler, D
      Repetition related ERP effects in a visual object target detection task

      COGNITIVE BRAIN RESEARCH
    8. Thiel, A; Herholz, K; Koyuncu, A; Ghaemi, M; Kracht, LW; Habedank, B; Heiss, WD
      Plasticity of language networks in patients with brain tumors: A positron emission tomography activation study

      ANNALS OF NEUROLOGY
    9. Deacon, D; Shelley-Tremblay, J
      How automatically is meaning accessed: A review of the effects of attention on semantic processing

      FRONTIERS IN BIOSCIENCE
    10. 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
    11. Cui, LL; Wang, YP; Wang, HJ; Tian, SJ; Kong, J
      Human brain sub-systems for discrimination of visual shapes

      NEUROREPORT
    12. Di Nocera, F; Ferlazzo, F
      Resampling approach to statistical inference: Bootstrapping from event-related potentials data

      BEHAVIOR RESEARCH METHODS INSTRUMENTS & COMPUTERS
    13. Rudell, AP; Hu, B
      Behavioral and brain wave evidence for automatic processing of orthographically regular letter strings

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    14. Crites, SL; Delgado, P; Devine, JV; Lozano, DI
      Immediate and delayed stimulus repetitions evoke different ERPs in a serial-probe recognition task

      PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY
    15. Strayer, DL; Johnston, WA
      Novel popout is an attention-based phenomenon: An ERP analysis

      PERCEPTION & PSYCHOPHYSICS
    16. Sekiguchi, T; Koyama, S; Kakigi, R
      The effect of word repetition on evoked magnetic responses in the human brain

      JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    17. Sahlen, B; Reuterskiold-Wagner, C; Nettelbladt, U; Radeborg, K
      Non-word repetition in children with language impairment - pitfalls and possibilities

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    18. 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
    19. Tachibana, H; Miyata, Y; Takeda, M; Sugita, M; Okita, T
      Event-related potentials reveal memory deficits in Parkinson's disease

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

      SCHIZOPHRENIA RESEARCH
    21. Guillem, F; Rougier, A; Claverie, B
      Short- and long-delay intracranial ERP repetition effects dissociate memory systems in the human brain

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    22. Sahlen, B; Wagner, CR; Nettelbladt, U; Radeborg, K
      Language comprehension and non-word repetition in children with language impairment

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    23. SWICK D
      EFFECTS OF PREFRONTAL LESIONS ON LEXICAL PROCESSING AND REPETITION PRIMING - AN ERP STUDY

      Cognitive brain research
    24. DYWAN J; SEGALOWITZ SJ; WEBSTER L
      SOURCE MONITORING - ERP EVIDENCE FOR GREATER REACTIVITY TO NONTARGET INFORMATION IN OLDER ADULTS

      Brain and cognition
    25. CYCOWICZ YM; FRIEDMAN D
      EFFECT OF SOUND FAMILIARITY ON THE EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS ELICITED BY NOVEL ENVIRONMENTAL SOUNDS

      Brain and cognition
    26. MUNTE TF; BRACK M; GROOTHEER O; WIERINGA BM; MATZKE M; JOHANNES S
      BRAIN POTENTIALS REVEAL THE TIMING OF FACE IDENTITY AND EXPRESSION JUDGMENTS

      Neuroscience research
    27. POLLINA DA; SQUIRES NK
      MANY-VALUED LOGIC AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Brain and language (Print)
    28. JOYCE CA; PALLER KA; MCISAAC HK; KUTAS M
      MEMORY CHANGES WITH NORMAL AGING - BEHAVIORAL AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL MEASURES

      Psychophysiology
    29. GUILLEM F; NKAOUA B; ROUGIER A; CLAVERIE B
      LOCATION OF THE EPILEPTIC ZONE AND ITS PHYSIOPATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS ON MEMORY-RELATED ACTIVITY OF THE TEMPORAL-LOBE STRUCTURES - A STUDY WITHINTRACRANIAL EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Epilepsia
    30. BESSON M; FAITA F; CZTERNASTY C; KUTAS M
      WHATS IN A PAUSE - EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL ANALYSIS OF TEMPORAL DISRUPTIONS IN WRITTEN AND SPOKEN SENTENCES

      Biological psychology
    31. POSNER MI; TUDELA P
      IMAGING RESOURCES

      Biological psychology
    32. FRENCKMESTRE C; BESSON M; PYNTE J
      FINDING THE LOCUS OF SEMANTIC SATIATION - AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL ATTEMPT

      Brain and language
    33. RUGG MD; MARK RE; GILCHRIST J; ROBERTS RC
      ERP REPETITION EFFECTS IN INDIRECT AND DIRECT TASKS - EFFECTS OF AGE AND INTERITEM LAG

      Psychophysiology
    34. DUZEL E; YONELINAS AP; MANGUN GR; HEINZE HJ; TULVING E
      EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIAL CORRELATES OF 2 STATES OF CONSCIOUS AWARENESS IN MEMORY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    35. ZHANG XL; BEGLEITER H; PORJESZ B
      DO CHRONIC-ALCOHOLICS HAVE INTACT IMPLICIT MEMORY - AN ERP STUDY

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    36. DEAN MP; YOUNG AW
      REPETITION PRIMING OF HOMOGRAPHS AND NOVEL OBJECTS - EVIDENCE FOR AN ITEM-SPECIFIC LOCUS

      British journal of psychology
    37. STRANDBURG RJ; MARSH JT; BROWN WS; ASARNOW RF; GUTHRIE D; HARPER R; YEE CM; NUECHTERLEIN KH
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL CORRELATES OF LINGUISTIC INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN SCHIZOPHRENICS

      Biological psychiatry
    38. ROBICHON F; BESSON M; FAITA F
      COMPLETION NORMS FOR 744 FRENCH LINGUISTI C CONTEXTS OF DIFFERING FORMATS

      Canadian journal of experimental psychology
    39. FRIEDMAN D; RITTER W; SNODGRASS JG
      ERPS DURING STUDY AS A FUNCTION OF SUBSEQUENT DIRECT AND INDIRECT MEMORY TESTING IN YOUNG AND OLD ADULTS

      Cognitive brain research
    40. CHAO LL; KNIGHT RT
      PREFRONTAL AND POSTERIOR CORTICAL ACTIVATION DURING AUDITORY WORKING-MEMORY

      Cognitive brain research
    41. GUILLEM F; NKAOUA B; ROUGIER A; CLAVERIE B
      DIFFERENTIAL INVOLVEMENT OF THE HUMAN TEMPORAL-LOBE STRUCTURES IN SHORT-TERM-MEMORY AND LONG-TERM-MEMORY PROCESSES ASSESSED BY INTRACRANIALERPS

      Psychophysiology
    42. DOYLE MC; RUGG MD; WELLS T
      A COMPARISON OF THE ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF FORMAL AND REPETITION PRIMING

      Psychophysiology
    43. KAZMERSKI VA; FRIEDMAN D; HEWITT S
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL REPETITION EFFECT IN ALZHEIMERS PATIENTS - MULTIPLE REPETITION PRIMING WITH PICTURES

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section B, Aging and cognition
    44. RUGG MD; SOARDI M; DOYLE MC
      MODULATION OF EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS BY THE REPETITION OF DRAWINGS OF NOVEL OBJECTS

      Cognitive brain research
    45. GUILLEM F; NKAOUA B; ROUGIER A; CLAVERIE B
      EFFECTS OF TEMPORAL VERSUS TEMPORAL PLUS EXTRA-TEMPORAL LOBE EPILEPSIES ON HIPPOCAMPAL ERPS - PHYSIOPATHOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS FOR RECOGNITION MEMORY STUDIES IN HUMANS

      Cognitive brain research
    46. ZHANG XL; BEGLEITER H; PORJESZ B; WANG WY; LITKE A
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DURING OBJECT RECOGNITION TASKS

      Brain research bulletin
    47. SCHWEINBERGER SR; PFUTZE EM; SOMMER W
      REPETITION PRIMING AND ASSOCIATIVE PRIMING OF FACE RECOGNITION - EVIDENCE FROM EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    48. CHAO LL; NIELSENBOHLMAN L; KNIGHT RT
      AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS DISSOCIATE EARLY AND LATE MEMORY PROCESSES

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology. Evoked potentials
    49. GEVINS A; CUTILLO B; SMITH ME
      REGIONAL MODULATION OF HIGH-RESOLUTION EVOKED-POTENTIALS DURING VERBAL AND NONVERBAL MATCHING TASKS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    50. NIELSENBOHLMAN L; KNIGHT RT
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL DISSOCIATION OF RAPID MEMORY MECHANISMS IN HUMANS

      NeuroReport
    51. BENTIN S; MCCARTHY G
      THE EFFECTS OF IMMEDIATE STIMULUS REPETITION ON REACTION-TIME AND EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN TASKS OF DIFFERENT COMPLEXITY

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    52. GUNTER TC; JACKSON JL; KUTAS M; MULDER G; BUIJINK BM
      FOCUSING ON THE N400 - AN EXPLORATION OF SELECTIVE ATTENTION DURING READING

      Psychophysiology
    53. MUNTE TF; HEINZE HJ
      BRAIN POTENTIALS REVEAL DEFICITS OF LANGUAGE PROCESSING AFTER CLOSED-HEAD INJURY

      Archives of neurology
    54. FERLAZZO F; CONTE S; GENTILOMO A
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND RECOGNITION MEMORY WITHIN THE LEVELS OF PROCESSING FRAMEWORK

      NeuroReport
    55. FRIEDERICI AD; PFEIFER E; HAHNE A
      EVENT-RELATED BRAIN POTENTIALS DURING NATURAL SPEECH PROCESSING - EFFECTS OF SEMANTIC, MORPHOLOGICAL AND SYNTACTIC VIOLATIONS

      Cognitive brain research
    56. KARAYANIDIS F; ANDREWS S; WARD PB; MCCONAGHY N
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS AND REPETITION PRIMING IN YOUNG, MIDDLE-AGEDAND ELDERLY NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Cognitive brain research
    57. MITCHELL PF; ANDREWS S; WARD PB
      AN EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL STUDY OF SEMANTIC CONGRUITY AND REPETITIONIN A SENTENCE-READING TASK - EFFECTS OF CONTEXT CHANGE

      Psychophysiology
    58. STRANDBURG RJ; MARSH JT; BROWN WS; ASARNOW RF; GUTHRIE D; HIGA J
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS IN HIGH-FUNCTIONING ADULT AUTISTICS - LINGUISTIC AND NONLINGUISTIC VISUAL INFORMATION-PROCESSING TASKS

      Neuropsychologia
    59. DOLLAGHAN C; BIBER M; CAMPBELL T
      CONSTITUENT SYLLABLE EFFECTS IN A NONSENSE-WORD REPETITION TASK

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    60. MCCARTHY G; NOBRE AC
      MODULATION OF SEMANTIC PROCESSING BY SPATIAL SELECTIVE ATTENTION

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    61. WOODWARD SH; FORD JM; HAMMETT SC
      N4 TO SPOKEN SENTENCES IN YOUNG AND OLDER SUBJECTS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    62. SMITH ME; GUSTER K
      DECOMPOSITION OF RECOGNITION MEMORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIALS YIELDS TARGET, REPETITION, AND RETRIEVAL EFFECTS

      Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
    63. PALLER KA
      ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF HUMAN-MEM ORY

      EEG-EMG
    64. ANDREWS S; SHELLEY AM; WARD PB; FOX A; CATTS SV; MCCONAGHY N
      EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL INDEXES OF SEMANTIC PROCESSING IN SCHIZOPHRENIA

      Biological psychiatry


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