Jennifer M. Rodd

Affiliations: 
Psychology  University College London, London, United Kingdom 
Area:
Language, Cognitive Neuroscience
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MacGregor LJ, Rodd JM, Gilbert RA, et al. (2019) The Neural Time Course of Semantic Ambiguity Resolution in Speech Comprehension. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-23
Gaskell MG, Cairney SA, Rodd JM. (2018) Contextual priming of word meanings is stabilized over sleep. Cognition. 182: 109-126
Gilbert RA, Davis MH, Gaskell MG, et al. (2018) Listeners and Readers Generalize Their Experience With Word Meanings Across Modalities. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Betts HN, Gilbert RA, Cai ZG, et al. (2017) Retuning of Lexical-Semantic Representations: Repetition and Spacing Effects in Word-Meaning Priming. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Cai ZG, Gilbert RA, Davis MH, et al. (2017) Accent modulates access to word meaning: Evidence for a speaker-model account of spoken word recognition. Cognitive Psychology. 98: 73-101
Rodd JM, Cai ZG, Betts HN, et al. (2016) The impact of recent and long-term experience on access to word meanings: Evidence from large-scale internet-based experiments Journal of Memory and Language. 87: 16-37
Rodd JM, Vitello S, Woollams AM, et al. (2015) Localising semantic and syntactic processing in spoken and written language comprehension: an Activation Likelihood Estimation meta-analysis. Brain and Language. 141: 89-102
Vitello S, Rodd JM. (2015) Resolving Semantic Ambiguities in Sentences: Cognitive Processes and Brain Mechanisms Linguistics and Language Compass. 9: 391-405
POORT ED, WARREN JE, RODD JM. (2015) Recent experience with cognates and interlingual homographs in one language affects subsequent processing in another language* Bilingualism
Vitello S, Warren JE, Devlin JT, et al. (2014) Roles of frontal and temporal regions in reinterpreting semantically ambiguous sentences. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 530
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