Annika Hultén
Annika Hultén
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Neural activity during sentence processing as reflected in theta, alpha, beta, and gamma oscillations
NHL Lam, JM Schoffelen, J Uddén, A Hultén, P Hagoort
Neuroimage 142, 43-54, 2016
Comparing MEG and fMRI views to naming actions and objects
M Liljeström, A Hulten, L Parkkonen, R Salmelin
Human brain mapping 30 (6), 1845-1856, 2009
Frequency-specific directed interactions in the human brain network for language
JM Schoffelen, A Hultén, AF Marquand, J Uddén, P Hagoort
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (30), 8083-8088, 2017
Mobile phone effects on children's event-related oscillatory EEG during an auditory memory task
CM Krause, CH Björnberg, M Pesonen, A Hulten, T Liesivuori, M Koivisto, ...
International journal of radiation biology 82 (6), 443-450, 2006
Recognition of morphologically complex words in Finnish: Evidence from event-related potentials
M Lehtonen, T Cunillera, A Rodríguez-Fornells, A Hultén, J Tuomainen, ...
Brain research 1148, 123-137, 2007
Accessing newly learned names and meanings in the native language
A Hulten, M Vihla, M Laine, R Salmelin
Human brain mapping 30 (3), 976-989, 2009
A 204-subject multimodal neuroimaging dataset to study language processing
JM Schoffelen, R Oostenveld, NHL Lam, J Uddén, A Hultén, P Hagoort
Scientific data 6 (1), 17, 2019
Differences in word recognition between early bilinguals and monolinguals: Behavioral and ERP evidence
M Lehtonen, A Hultén, A Rodríguez-Fornells, T Cunillera, J Tuomainen, ...
Neuropsychologia 50 (7), 1362-1371, 2012
Neural dynamics of reading morphologically complex words
J Vartiainen, S Aggujaro, M Lehtonen, A Hultén, M Laine, R Salmelin
Neuroimage 47 (4), 2064-2072, 2009
MEG evoked responses and rhythmic activity provide spatiotemporally complementary measures of neural activity in language production
H Laaksonen, J Kujala, A Hultén, M Liljeström, R Salmelin
NeuroImage 60 (1), 29-36, 2012
How the brain makes sense beyond the processing of single words–An MEG study
A Hultén, JM Schoffelen, J Uddén, NHL Lam, P Hagoort
Neuroimage 186, 586-594, 2019
Reconstructing meaning from bits of information
SL Kivisaari, M van Vliet, A Hultén, T Lindh-Knuutila, A Faisal, R Salmelin
Nature communications 10 (1), 927, 2019
Modulation of brain activity after learning predicts long-term memory for words
A Hultén, H Laaksonen, M Vihla, M Laine, R Salmelin
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (45), 15160-15164, 2010
Supramodal sentence processing in the human brain: fMRI evidence for the influence of syntactic complexity in more than 200 participants
J Uddén, A Hultén, JM Schoffelen, K Harbusch, A van den Bosch, ...
Neurobiology of Language 3 (4), 575-598, 2022
Sensory modality-independent activation of the brain network for language
S Arana, A Marquand, A Hultén, P Hagoort, JM Schoffelen
Journal of neuroscience 40 (14), 2914-2924, 2020
Robust neuronal oscillatory entrainment to speech displays individual variation in lateralisation
NHL Lam, A Hultén, P Hagoort, JM Schoffelen
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 33 (8), 943-954, 2018
The neural representation of abstract words may arise through grounding word meaning in language itself
A Hultén, M van Vliet, S Kivisaari, L Lammi, T Lindh‐Knuutila, A Faisal, ...
Human brain mapping 42 (15), 4973-4984, 2021
Toward robust functional neuroimaging genetics of cognition
J Uddén, A Hultén, K Bendtz, Z Mineroff, KS Kucera, A Vino, E Fedorenko, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 39 (44), 8778-8787, 2019
Using statistical models of morphology in the search for optimal units of representation in the human mental lexicon
S Virpioja, M Lehtonen, A Hultén, H Kivikari, R Salmelin, K Lagus
Cognitive Science 42 (3), 939-973, 2018
Producing speech with a newly learned morphosyntax and vocabulary: an magnetoencephalography study
A Hultén, L Karvonen, M Laine, R Salmelin
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 26 (8), 1721-1735, 2014
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