Andrea E. Martin, Ph.D.

Psychology  University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
"Andrea Martin"
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Charles (Chuck) Clifton research assistant 2001-2004 U Mass Amherst
Brian McElree grad student 2004-2010 NYU
 (Memory operations and structures in sentence comprehension: Evidence from Ellipsis.)
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Martin AE, McElree B. (2018) Retrieval cues and syntactic ambiguity resolution: Speed-accuracy tradeoff evidence. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 33: 769-783
Martin AE, Huettig F, Nieuwland MS. (2017) Can structural priming answer the important questions about language? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 40: e304
Martin AE, Monahan PJ, Samuel AG. (2017) Prediction of Agreement and Phonetic Overlap Shape Sublexical Identification. Language and Speech. 60: 356-376
Martin AE, Doumas LA. (2017) A mechanism for the cortical computation of hierarchical linguistic structure. Plos Biology. 15: e2000663
Nieuwland MS, Martin AE. (2017) Neural Oscillations and a Nascent Corticohippocampal Theory of Reference. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-15
Ito A, Martin AE, Nieuwland MS. (2016) On Predicting Form and Meaning in a Second Language. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Ito A, Corley M, Pickering MJ, et al. (2016) Predicting form and meaning: Evidence from brain potentials Journal of Memory and Language. 86: 157-171
Martin AE, Nieuwland MS, Carreiras M. (2014) Agreement attraction during comprehension of grammatical sentences: ERP evidence from ellipsis. Brain and Language. 135: 42-51
Davidson DJ, Martin AE. (2013) Modeling accuracy as a function of response time with the generalized linear mixed effects model. Acta Psychologica. 144: 83-96
Nieuwland MS, Martin AE, Carreiras M. (2013) Event-related brain potential evidence for animacy processing asymmetries during sentence comprehension. Brain and Language. 126: 151-8
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