Lee Osterhout
Lee Osterhout
Department of Psychology, University of Washington
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Event-related brain potentials elicited by syntactic anomaly
L Osterhout, PJ Holcomb
Journal of memory and language 31 (6), 785-806, 1992
Event-related brain potentials elicited by failure to agree
L Osterhout, LA Mobley
Journal of Memory and language 34 (6), 739-773, 1995
The independence of combinatory semantic processing: Evidence from event-related potentials
A Kim, L Osterhout
Journal of memory and language 52 (2), 205-225, 2005
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
Neural correlates of second-language word learning: Minimal instruction produces rapid change
J McLaughlin, L Osterhout, A Kim
Nature neuroscience 7 (7), 703-704, 2004
Event related potentials and language comprehension.
L Osterhout, PJ Holcomb
Oxford University Press, 1995
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
The neurocognition of syntactic processing
P Hagoort, CM Brown, L Osterhout
The neurocognition of language, 273-316, 1999
On the distinctiveness, independence, and time course of the brain responses to syntactic and semantic anomalies
L Osterhout, J Nicol
Language and cognitive processes 14 (3), 283-317, 1999
Brain potentials reflect violations of gender stereotypes
L Osterhout, M Bersick, J McLaughlin
Memory & Cognition 25 (3), 273-285, 1997
Novice learners, longitudinal designs, and event‐related potentials: A means for exploring the neurocognition of second language processing
L Osterhout, J McLaughlin, I Pitkänen, C Frenck‐Mestre, N Molinaro
Language Learning 56, 199-230, 2006
On the brain response to syntactic anomalies: Manipulations of word position and word class reveal individual differences
L Osterhout
Brain and language 59 (3), 494-522, 1997
Second-language learning and changes in the brain
L Osterhout, A Poliakov, K Inoue, J McLaughlin, G Valentine, I Pitkanen, ...
Journal of neurolinguistics 21 (6), 509-521, 2008
A superficial resemblance does not necessarily mean you are part of the family: Counterarguments to Coulson, King and Kutas (1998) in the P600/SPS-P300 debate
L Osterhout
Language and Cognitive Processes 14 (1), 1-14, 1999
On the language specificity of the brain response to syntactic anomalies: Is the syntactic positive shift a member of the P300 family?
L Osterhout, R McKinnon, M Bersick, V Corey
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 8 (6), 507-526, 1996
Brain potentials reveal discrete stages of L2 grammatical learning
J McLaughlin, D Tanner, I Pitkänen, C Frenck‐Mestre, K Inoue, ...
Language Learning 60, 123-150, 2010
Inference generation during auditory language comprehension
DA Swinney, L Osterhout
Psychology of Learning and Motivation 25, 17-33, 1990
Morphological analysis in sentence processing: An ERP study
M Allen, W Badecker, L Osterhout
Language and Cognitive Processes 18 (4), 405-430, 2003
Individual differences reveal stages of L2 grammatical acquisition: ERP evidence
D Tanner, J McLaughlin, J Herschensohn, L Osterhout
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 16 (2), 367-382, 2013
Event-related brain potentials and human language
L Osterhout, J McLaughlin, M Bersick
Trends in cognitive sciences 1 (6), 203-209, 1997
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