Ken McRae

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
semantic memory, sentence processing
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Elman JL, McRae K. (2019) A model of event knowledge. Psychological Review
Jouravlev O, McRae K. (2015) Thematic relatedness production norms for 100 object concepts. Behavior Research Methods
Cruse D, Beukema S, Chennu S, et al. (2014) The reliability of the N400 in single subjects: Implications for patients with disorders of consciousness. Neuroimage. Clinical. 4: 788-99
Rabovsky M, McRae K. (2014) Simulating the N400 ERP component as semantic network error: insights from a feature-based connectionist attractor model of word meaning. Cognition. 132: 68-89
Pezzulo G, Barsalou LW, Cangelosi A, et al. (2012) Computational Grounded Cognition: a new alliance between grounded cognition and computational modeling. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 612
Metusalem R, Kutas M, Urbach TP, et al. (2012) Generalized event knowledge activation during online sentence comprehension. Journal of Memory and Language. 66: 545-567
Khalkhali S, Wammes J, McRae K. (2012) Integrating words that refer to typical sequences of events. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie ExpéRimentale. 66: 106-14
Pezzulo G, Barsalou LW, Cangelosi A, et al. (2011) The mechanics of embodiment: a dialog on embodiment and computational modeling. Frontiers in Psychology. 2: 5
Welcome SE, Paivio A, McRae K, et al. (2011) An electrophysiological study of task demands on concreteness effects: evidence for dual coding theory. Experimental Brain Research. 212: 347-58
Matsuki K, Chow T, Hare M, et al. (2011) Event-based plausibility immediately influences on-line language comprehension. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 37: 913-34
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