Phillip J Holcomb
Phillip J Holcomb
Professor of Psychology
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TitleCited byYear
Event-related brain potentials elicited by syntactic anomaly
L Osterhout, PJ Holcomb
Journal of memory and language 31 (6), 785-806, 1992
16461992
The P600 as an index of syntactic integration difficulty
E Kaan, A Harris, E Gibson, P Holcomb
Language and cognitive processes 15 (2), 159-201, 2000
8222000
Processing syntactic relations in language and music: An event-related potential study
AD Patel, E Gibson, J Ratner, M Besson, PJ Holcomb
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 10 (6), 717-733, 1998
7631998
Auditory and visual semantic priming in lexical decision: A comparison using event-related brain potentials
PJ Holcomb, HJ Neville
Language and cognitive processes 5 (4), 281-312, 1990
7341990
Semantic priming and stimulus degradation: Implications for the role of the N400 in language processing
PJ Holcomb
Psychophysiology 30 (1), 47-61, 1993
7171993
Brain potentials elicited by garden-path sentences: evidence of the application of verb information during parsing.
L Osterhout, PJ Holcomb, DA Swinney
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (4), 786, 1994
5991994
Concreteness effects in semantic processing: ERP evidence supporting dual-coding theory.
J Kounios, PJ Holcomb
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 20 (4), 804, 1994
4831994
Automatic and attentional processing: An event-related brain potential analysis of semantic priming
PJ Holcomb
Brain and language 35 (1), 66-85, 1988
4541988
Electrophysiological distinctions in processing conceptual relationships within simple sentences
GR Kuperberg, T Sitnikova, D Caplan, PJ Holcomb
Cognitive brain research 17 (1), 117-129, 2003
4082003
The neurobiology of sensory and language processing in language-impaired children
HJ Neville, SA Coffey, PJ Holcomb, P Tallal
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 5 (2), 235-253, 1993
3671993
On the time course of visual word recognition: An event-related potential investigation using masked repetition priming
PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 18 (10), 1631-1643, 2006
3612006
An electrophysiological investigation of semantic priming with pictures of real objects
WB McPherson, PJ Holcomb
Psychophysiology 36 (1), 53-65, 1999
3571999
Event-related potentials and language comprehension
L Osterhout, PJ Holcomb
Electrophysiology of mind, 171-215, 1995
3561995
An electrophysiological study of the effects of orthographic neighborhood size on printed word perception
PJ Holcomb, J Grainger, T O'rourke
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 14 (6), 938-950, 2002
3442002
Event-related potentials and syntactic anomaly: Evidence of anomaly detection during the perception of continuous speech
L Osterhout, PJ Holcomb
Language and Cognitive Processes 8 (4), 413-437, 1993
3421993
Visual and auditory sentence processing: A developmental analysis using event‐related brain potentials
PJ Holcomb, SA Coffey, HJ Neville
Developmental Neuropsychology 8 (2-3), 203-241, 1992
3411992
Imaginal, semantic, and surface-level processing of concrete and abstract words: an electrophysiological investigation
WC West, PJ Holcomb
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 12 (6), 1024-1037, 2000
3222000
Dual-coding, context-availability, and concreteness effects in sentence comprehension: An electrophysiological investigation.
PJ Holcomb, J Kounios, JE Anderson, WC West
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 25 (3), 721, 1999
3131999
The central role of the prefrontal cortex in directing attention to novel events
KR Daffner, MM Mesulam, LFM Scinto, D Acar, V Calvo, R Faust, ...
Brain 123 (5), 927-939, 2000
2992000
Watching the word go by: On the time‐course of component processes in visual word recognition
J Grainger, PJ Holcomb
Language and linguistics compass 3 (1), 128-156, 2009
2972009
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