Jakke Tamminen, PhD

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Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, England, United Kingdom 
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Tamminen J, Lambon Ralph MA, Lewis PA. (2016) Targeted memory reactivation of newly learned words during sleep triggers REM-mediated integration of new memories and existing knowledge. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory
Tamminen J, Rastle K, Darby J, et al. (2015) The impact of music on learning and consolidation of novel words. Memory (Hove, England). 1-15
Tamminen J, Davis MH, Rastle K. (2015) From specific examples to general knowledge in language learning. Cognitive Psychology. 79: 1-39
Tamminen J, Lambon Ralph MA, Lewis PA. (2013) The role of sleep spindles and slow-wave activity in integrating new information in semantic memory. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 33: 15376-81
Tamminen J, Gaskell MG. (2013) Novel word integration in the mental lexicon: evidence from unmasked and masked semantic priming. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 66: 1001-25
Tamminen J, Davis MH, Merkx M, et al. (2012) The role of memory consolidation in generalisation of new linguistic information. Cognition. 125: 107-12
Cleland AA, Tamminen J, Quinlan PT, et al. (2012) Spoken word processing creates a lexical bottleneck Language and Cognitive Processes. 27: 572-593
Tamminen J, Payne JD, Stickgold R, et al. (2010) Sleep spindle activity is associated with the integration of new memories and existing knowledge. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 30: 14356-60
Gaskell MG, Quinlan PT, Tamminen J, et al. (2008) The nature of phoneme representation in spoken word recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General. 137: 282-302
Tamminen J, Gaskell MG. (2008) Newly learned spoken words show long-term lexical competition effects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 61: 361-71
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