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Niels Olaf Schiller

Affiliations: 
Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands 
Area:
Psycholinguistics
Website:
http://www.nielsschiller.nl/index.htm
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Liu M, Chen Y, Schiller NO. (2021) Context Matters for Tone and Intonation Processing in Mandarin. Language and Speech. 23830920986174
Schiller NO, Boutonnet BP, De Heer Kloots MLS, et al. (2020) (Not so) Great Expectations: Listening to Foreign-Accented Speech Reduces the Brain's Anticipatory Processes. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 2143
Liu M, Chen Y, Schiller NO. (2020) Tonal mapping of Xi'an Mandarin and Standard Chinese. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 147: 2803
Wang M, Schiller NO. (2018) A Review on Grammatical Gender Agreement in Speech Production. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 2754
Witteman J, Chen Y, Pablos-Robles L, et al. (2018) Editorial: (Pushing) the Limits of Neuroplasticity Induced by Adult Language Acquisition. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1806
Beyersmann E, Biedermann B, Alario FX, et al. (2018) Plural dominance and the production of determiner-noun phrases in French. Plos One. 13: e0200723
Wang M, Chen Y, Schiller NO. (2018) Lexico-syntactic features are activated but not selected in bare noun production: Electrophysiological evidence from overt picture naming. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior
Tuninetti A, Chládková K, Peter V, et al. (2017) When speaker identity is unavoidable: Neural processing of speaker identity cues in natural speech. Brain and Language. 174: 42-49
Liu M, Chen Y, Schiller NO. (2016) Online Processing of Tone and Intonation in Mandarin: Evidence from ERPs. Neuropsychologia
Kaczer L, Timmer K, Bavassi L, et al. (2015) Distinct morphological processing of recently learned compound words: An ERP study. Brain Research
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