Martijn Baart

Affiliations: 
Basque Center on Cognition, Brain and Language, Donostia, Euskadi, Spain 
Area:
multisensory integration, speech perception
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López Zunini RA, Baart M, Samuel AG, et al. (2019) Lexical access versus lexical decision processes for auditory, visual, and audiovisual items: Insights from behavioral and neural measures. Neuropsychologia. 137: 107305
Lindborg A, Baart M, Stekelenburg JJ, et al. (2019) Speech-specific audiovisual integration modulates induced theta-band oscillations. Plos One. 14: e0219744
Baart M, Vroomen J. (2018) Recalibration of vocal affect by a dynamic face. Experimental Brain Research
Baart M, Lindborg A, Andersen TS. (2017) Electrophysiological evidence for differences between fusion and combination illusions in audiovisual speech perception. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Baart M, Armstrong BC, Martin CD, et al. (2017) Cross-modal noise compensation in audiovisual words. Scientific Reports. 7: 42055
Shaw K, Baart M, Depowski N, et al. (2015) Infants' preference for native audiovisual speech dissociated from congruency preference. Plos One. 10: e0126059
Baart M, Samuel AG. (2015) Early processing of auditory lexical predictions revealed by ERPs. Neuroscience Letters. 585: 98-102
Baart M, Bortfeld H, Vroomen J. (2015) Phonetic matching of auditory and visual speech develops during childhood: evidence from sine-wave speech. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 129: 157-64
Baart M, Samuel AG. (2015) Turning a blind eye to the lexicon: ERPs show no cross-talk between lip-read and lexical context during speech sound processing Journal of Memory and Language. 85: 42-59
Baart M, Stekelenburg JJ, Vroomen J. (2014) Electrophysiological evidence for speech-specific audiovisual integration. Neuropsychologia. 53: 115-21
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