Chrissy C. Camblin

California State University, Monterey, Marina, CA, United States 
Cognitive Neuroscience: Language
"Chrissy Camblin"
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Marta Kutas research assistant UCSD
Tamara Y. Swaab grad student 2005 Duke
 (From words to discourse: Context effects during reading as revealed by eye -tracking and ERPs.)
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Diaz MT, Hogstrom LJ, Zhuang J, et al. (2014) Written distractor words influence brain activity during overt picture naming. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 167
Swaab TY, Ledoux K, Camblin CC, et al. (2012) Language-Related ERP Components The Oxford Handbook of Event-Related Potential Components
Hopfinger JB, Camblin CC, Parks EL. (2010) Isolating the internal in endogenous attention. Psychophysiology. 47: 739-47
Ledoux K, Camblin CC. (2008) The neural mechanisms of coreference Linguistics and Language Compass. 2: 1013-1037
Ledoux K, Gordon PC, Camblin CC, et al. (2007) Coreference and lexical repetition: mechanisms of discourse integration. Memory & Cognition. 35: 801-15
Camblin CC, Gordon PC, Swaab TY. (2007) The interplay of discourse congruence and lexical association during sentence processing: Evidence from ERPs and eye tracking. Journal of Memory and Language. 56: 103-128
Camblin CC, Ledoux K, Boudewyn M, et al. (2007) Processing new and repeated names: effects of coreference on repetition priming with speech and fast RSVP. Brain Research. 1146: 172-84
Ledoux K, Camblin CC, Swaab TY, et al. (2006) Reading words in discourse: the modulation of lexical priming effects by message-level context. Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Reviews. 5: 107-27
Swaab TY, Camblin CC, Gordon PC. (2004) Electrophysiological evidence for reversed lexical repetition effects in language processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 16: 715-26
Giesbrecht B, Camblin CC, Swaab TY. (2004) Separable effects of semantic priming and imageability on word processing in human cortex. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 14: 521-9
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