Kara D. Federmeier

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
electrophysiology, language, memory, hemispheric differences
"Kara Federmeier"
Mean distance: 13.99 (cluster 23)
Cross-listing: LinguisTree


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William T. Greenough research assistant 1991-1994 UIUC
Marie T. Banich research assistant 1993-1994 UIUC
Neal J. Cohen research assistant 1993-1994 UIUC
Elizabeth A. Bates grad student 1994-2000 UCSD
Marta Kutas grad student 1994-2000 UCSD
Marta Kutas post-doc 2000-2002 UCSD


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Caterina Gratton research assistant UIUC
Marjolein Korvorst research assistant UCSD
Josh Richman research assistant 2004-2005 Psychology Department, UIUC
Sarah K. Baisley research assistant 2006-2007 UIUC
Resh Singh Gupta research assistant 2013-2015 UIUC
Melinh Lai grad student 2016- UIUC
Deborah E. Hannula grad student 2002-2005 UIUC
Laura Matzen grad student 2003-2008 UIUC
Karen M. Evans grad student 2003-2009 UIUC
Padmapriya Kandhadai grad student 2004-2009 UIUC
Sarah Laszlo grad student 2004-2009 UIUC
Edward W. Wlotko grad student 2004-2009 UIUC
Chia-lin Lee grad student 2004-2010 UIUC
Jason Coronel grad student 2005-2012 UIUC
Mallory Stites grad student 2009-2014 UIUC
Danielle Dickson grad student 2010-2016 UIUC
Ryan Hubbard grad student 2011-2017 UIUC
Manoj Kumar grad student 2012-2017 UIUC
Cybelle Smith grad student 2013-2018 UIUC
Michelle Leckey grad student 2012-2019 UIUC
Angela H. Gutchess post-doc 2004-2005 UIUC
Aaron M. Meyer post-doc 2005-2008 UIUC
Jeremy Boyd post-doc 2009-2011 Psychology Department, UIUC
Joel L. Voss post-doc 2008-2012 UIUC
Hsu-Wen Huang post-doc 2009-2012 UIUC
Edward W. Wlotko post-doc 2009-2012 UIUC
Simon J. Fischer-Baum post-doc 2010-2012 UIUC
Maureen Gillespie post-doc 2011-2012 UIUC
Joost Rommers post-doc 2014-2016 University of Illinois
Heather Dee Lucas post-doc 2012-2017 UIUC
Brennan R. Payne post-doc 2014-2017 University of Illinois
Shukhan Ng post-doc 2014-2018 UIUC (LinguisTree)
Daniel G. Kleinman post-doc 2015-2018 UIUC
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Leckey M, Federmeier KD. (2019) The P3b and P600(s): Positive contributions to language comprehension. Psychophysiology. e13351
Rommers J, Federmeier KD. (2018) Lingering expectations: A pseudo-repetition effect for words previously expected but not presented. Neuroimage
Dickson DS, Federmeier KD. (2018) Your favorite number is special (to you): Evidence for item-level differences in retrieval of information from numerals. Neuropsychologia
Payne BR, Federmeier KD. (2018) Contextual constraints on lexico-semantic processing in aging: Evidence from single-word event-related brain potentials. Brain Research
Rommers J, Federmeier KD. (2018) Predictability's aftermath: Downstream consequences of word predictability as revealed by repetition effects. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 101: 16-30
Ng S, Payne BR, Stine-Morrow EAL, et al. (2018) How struggling adult readers use contextual information when comprehending speech: Evidence from event-related potentials. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 125: 1-9
Lee CL, Huang HW, Federmeier KD, et al. (2017) Sensory and semantic activations evoked by action attributes of manipulable objects: Evidence from ERPs. Neuroimage. 167: 331-341
Payne BR, Federmeier KD. (2017) Event-related brain potentials reveal age-related changes in parafoveal-foveal integration during sentence processing. Neuropsychologia
Steen-Baker AA, Ng S, Payne BR, et al. (2017) The effects of context on processing words during sentence reading among adults varying in age and literacy skill. Psychology and Aging. 32: 460-472
Rommers J, Dickson DS, Norton JJS, et al. (2017) Alpha and theta band dynamics related to sentential constraint and word expectancy. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 32: 576-589
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