Pia Rämä, PhD

Affiliations: 
2010- Laboratoire Psychologie de la Perception, Université Paris Descartes 
Area:
Language development, interactions between language and vision, bilingualism
Website:
http://lpp.psycho.univ-paris5.fr/person.php?name=RamaP
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Sirri L, Rämä P. (2015) Cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying semantic priming during language acquisition Journal of Neurolinguistics. 35: 1-12
Helo A, Pannasch S, Sirri L, et al. (2014) The maturation of eye movement behavior: scene viewing characteristics in children and adults. Vision Research. 103: 83-91
Fagard J, Sirri L, Rämä P. (2014) Effect of handedness on the occurrence of semantic N400 priming effect in 18- and 24-month-old children. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 355
Rämä P, Sirri L, Serres J. (2013) Development of lexical-semantic language system: N400 priming effect for spoken words in 18- and 24-month old children. Brain and Language. 125: 1-10
Rämä P, Relander-Syrjänen K, Carlson S, et al. (2012) Attention and semantic processing during speech: an fMRI study. Brain and Language. 122: 114-9
Rämä P, Baccino T. (2010) Eye fixation-related potentials (EFRPs) during object identification. Visual Neuroscience. 27: 187-92
Rämä P, Relander-Syrjänen K, Ohman J, et al. (2010) Semantic processing in comatose patients with intact temporal lobes as reflected by the N400 event-related potential. Neuroscience Letters. 474: 88-92
Toivonen M, Rämä P. (2009) N400 during recognition of voice identity and vocal affect. Neuroreport. 20: 1245-9
Relander K, Rämä P. (2009) Separate neural processes for retrieval of voice identity and word content in working memory. Brain Research. 1252: 143-51
Relander K, Rämä P, Kujala T. (2009) Word semantics is processed even without attentional effort. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 21: 1511-22
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