Jamie Reilly

University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
semantic memory, cognitive science, lexical processing
"Jamie Reilly"
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Flurie M, Kelly A, Olson IR, et al. (2022) SymCog: An open-source toolkit for assessing human symbolic cognition. Behavior Research Methods
Reilly J, Finley AM, Kelly A, et al. (2021) Olfactory language and semantic processing in anosmia: a neuropsychological case control study. Neurocase. 1-11
Flurie M, Ungrady M, Reilly J. (2020) Evaluating a Maintenance-Based Treatment Approach to Preventing Lexical Dropout in Progressive Anomia. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 1-14
Reilly J, Flurie M, Ungrady MB. (2020) Eyetracking during picture naming predicts future vocabulary dropout in progressive anomia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation. 1-19
Reilly J, Zuckerman B, Kelly A, et al. (2020) Neuromodulation of cursing in American English: A combined tDCS and pupillometry study. Brain and Language. 206: 104791
Reilly J, Flurie M, Peelle JE. (2020) The English Lexicon Mirrors Functional Brain Activation for a Sensory Hierarchy Dominated by Vision and Audition: Point-Counterpoint. Journal of Neurolinguistics. 55
Reilly J, Kelly A, Zuckerman BM, et al. (2020) Building the perfect curse word: A psycholinguistic investigation of the form and meaning of taboo words. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review
Ungrady MB, Flurie M, Zuckerman BM, et al. (2019) Naming and Knowing Revisited: Eyetracking Correlates of Anomia in Progressive Aphasia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13: 354
Binney RJ, Ashaie SA, Zuckerman BM, et al. (2018) Frontotemporal stimulation modulates semantically-guided visual search during confrontation naming: A combined tDCS and eye tracking investigation. Brain and Language. 180: 14-23
Binney RJ, Zuckerman BM, Waller HN, et al. (2018) Cathodal tDCS of the Bilateral Anterior Temporal Lobes Facilitates Semantically-Driven Verbal Fluency. Neuropsychologia
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