Lorraine K Tyler
Lorraine K Tyler
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience, Cambridge University
Zweryfikowany adres z csl.psychol.cam.ac.uk
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The temporal structure of spoken language understanding
W Marslen-Wilson, LK Tyler
Cognition 8 (1), 1-71, 1980
Morphology and meaning in the English mental lexicon.
W Marslen-Wilson, LK Tyler, R Waksler, L Older
Psychological review 101 (1), 3, 1994
Morphological and semantic effects in visual word recognition: A time-course study
K Rastle, MH Davis, WD Marslen-Wilson, LK Tyler
Language and cognitive processes 15 (4-5), 507-537, 2000
Towards a distributed account of conceptual knowledge
LK Tyler, HE Moss
Trends in cognitive sciences 5 (6), 244-252, 2001
Susceptibility-induced loss of signal: comparing PET and fMRI on a semantic task
JT Devlin, RP Russell, MH Davis, CJ Price, J Wilson, HE Moss, ...
Neuroimage 11 (6), 589-600, 2000
Accessing different types of lexical semantic information: Evidence from priming.
HE Moss, RK Ostrin, LK Tyler, WD Marslen-Wilson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, memory, and cognition 21 (4), 863, 1995
Conceptual structure and the structure of concepts: A distributed account of category-specific deficits
LK Tyler, HE Moss, MR Durrant-Peatfield, JP Levy
Brain and language 75 (2), 195-231, 2000
The on-line effects of semantic context on syntactic processing
LK Tyler, WD Marslen-Wilson
Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior 16 (6), 683-692, 1977
The Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience (Cam-CAN) data repository: Structural and functional MRI, MEG, and cognitive data from a cross-sectional adult lifespan sample
JR Taylor, N Williams, R Cusack, T Auer, MA Shafto, M Dixon, LK Tyler, ...
neuroimage 144, 262-269, 2017
Producing interpretable discourse: The establishment and maintenance of reference
W Marslen-Wilson, E Levy, LK Tyler
Speech, place, and action, 339-378, 1982
The Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience (Cam-CAN) study protocol: a cross-sectional, lifespan, multidisciplinary examination of healthy cognitive ageing
MA Shafto, LK Tyler, M Dixon, JR Taylor, JB Rowe, R Cusack, AJ Calder, ...
BMC neurology 14 (1), 1-25, 2014
Modulation of motor and premotor cortices by actions, action words and action sentences
A Raposo, HE Moss, EA Stamatakis, LK Tyler
Neuropsychologia 47 (2), 388-396, 2009
Against modularity
W Marslen-Wilson, LK Tyler, JL Garfield
1987, 37-62, 1987
Dissociating types of mental computation
WD Marslen-Wilson, LK Tyler
Nature 387 (6633), 592-594, 1997
Is there an anatomical basis for category-specificity? Semantic memory studies in PET and fMRI
JT Devlin, RP Russell, MH Davis, CJ Price, HE Moss, MJ Fadili, LK Tyler
Neuropsychologia 40 (1), 54-75, 2002
Processing objects at different levels of specificity
LK Tyler, EA Stamatakis, P Bright, K Acres, S Abdallah, JM Rodd, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 16 (3), 351-362, 2004
The neural representation of nouns and verbs: PET studies
LK Tyler, R Russell, J Fadili, HE Moss
Brain 124 (8), 1619-1634, 2001
Rules, representations, and the English past tense
W Marslen-Wilson, LK Tyler
Exploring Cognition: Damaged Brains and Neural Networks, 315-332, 2013
Binding crossmodal object features in perirhinal cortex
KI Taylor, HE Moss, EA Stamatakis, LK Tyler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (21), 8239-8244, 2006
Why do Alzheimer patients have difficulty with pronouns? Working memory, semantics, and reference in comprehension and production in Alzheimer's disease
A Almor, D Kempler, MC MacDonald, ES Andersen, LK Tyler
Brain and language 67 (3), 202-227, 1999
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