Matthias Schlesewsky
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The extended argument dependency model: a neurocognitive approach to sentence comprehension across languages.
I Bornkessel, M Schlesewsky
Psychological review 113 (4), 787, 2006
An alternative perspective on “semantic P600” effects in language comprehension
I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, M Schlesewsky
Brain research reviews 59 (1), 55-73, 2008
Separating syntactic memory costs and syntactic integration costs during parsing: The processing of German WH-questions
CJ Fiebach, M Schlesewsky, AD Friederici
Journal of Memory and Language 47 (2), 250-272, 2002
Who did what to whom? The neural basis of argument hierarchies during language comprehension
I Bornkessel, S Zysset, AD Friederici, DY Von Cramon, M Schlesewsky
Neuroimage 26 (1), 221-233, 2005
Syntactic working memory and the establishment of filler-gap dependencies: Insights from ERPs and fMRI
CJ Fiebach, M Schlesewsky, AD Friederici
Journal of psycholinguistic research 30, 321-338, 2001
Revisiting the role of Broca's area in sentence processing: syntactic integration versus syntactic working memory
CJ Fiebach, M Schlesewsky, G Lohmann, DY Von Cramon, AD Friederici
Human brain mapping 24 (2), 79-91, 2005
Processing linguistic complexity and grammaticality in the left frontal cortex
AD Friederici, CJ Fiebach, M Schlesewsky, ID Bornkessel, ...
Cerebral cortex 16 (12), 1709-1717, 2006
The role of prominence information in the real‐time comprehension of transitive constructions: a cross‐linguistic approach
I Bornkessel‐Schlesewsky, M Schlesewsky
Language and Linguistics Compass 3 (1), 19-58, 2009
Reconciling time, space and function: a new dorsal–ventral stream model of sentence comprehension
I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, M Schlesewsky
Brain and language 125 (1), 60-76, 2013
The N400 reflects problems of thematic hierarchizing
S Frisch, M Schlesewsky
Neuroreport 12 (15), 3391-3394, 2001
Subjective impressions do not mirror online reading effort: Concurrent EEG-eyetracking evidence from the reading of books and digital media
F Kretzschmar, D Pleimling, J Hosemann, S Füssel, ...
PloS one 8 (2), e56178, 2013
Neurobiological roots of language in primate audition: common computational properties
I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, M Schlesewsky, SL Small, JP Rauschecker
Trends in cognitive sciences 19 (3), 142-150, 2015
The subject preference in the processing of locally ambiguous wh-questions in German
M Schlesewsky, G Fanselow, R Kliegl, J Krems
German sentence processing, 65-93, 2000
Processing syntax and morphology: A neurocognitive perspective
I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, M Schlesewsky
OUP Oxford, 2009
The P600 as an indicator of syntactic ambiguity
S Frisch, M Schlesewsky, D Saddy, A Alpermann
Cognition 85 (3), B83-B92, 2002
The P600-as-P3 hypothesis revisited: Single-trial analyses reveal that the late EEG positivity following linguistically deviant material is reaction time aligned
J Sassenhagen, M Schlesewsky, I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky
Brain and language 137, 29-39, 2014
To predict or not to predict: Influences of task and strategy on the processing of semantic relations
D Roehm, I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, F Rösler, M Schlesewsky
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 19 (8), 1259-1274, 2007
Multi-dimensional contributions to garden path strength: Dissociating phrase structure from case marking
I Bornkessel, B McElree, M Schlesewsky, AD Friederici
Journal of Memory and Language 51 (4), 495-522, 2004
Think globally: Cross-linguistic variation in electrophysiological activity during sentence comprehension
I Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, F Kretzschmar, S Tune, L Wang, S Genç, ...
Brain and language 117 (3), 133-152, 2011
Toward a reliable, automated method of individual alpha frequency (IAF) quantification
AW Corcoran, PM Alday, M Schlesewsky, I Bornkessel‐Schlesewsky
Psychophysiology 55 (7), e13064, 2018
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