Brennan R. Payne, PhD

Cognitive Aging University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, United States 
Cognitive Aging, Language and Discourse Processing
"Brennan Payne"
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Payne BR, Federmeier KD. (2018) Contextual constraints on lexico-semantic processing in aging: Evidence from single-word event-related brain potentials. Brain Research
Ng S, Payne BR, Stine-Morrow EAL, et al. (2018) How struggling adult readers use contextual information when comprehending speech: Evidence from event-related potentials. International Journal of Psychophysiology : Official Journal of the International Organization of Psychophysiology. 125: 1-9
Gross AL, Payne BR, Casanova R, et al. (2018) The ACTIVE conceptual framework as a structural equation model. Experimental Aging Research. 1-17
Payne BR, Federmeier KD. (2017) Event-related brain potentials reveal age-related changes in parafoveal-foveal integration during sentence processing. Neuropsychologia
Payne BR, Stine-Morrow EAL. (2017) The Effects of Home-Based Cognitive Training on Verbal Working Memory and Language Comprehension in Older Adulthood. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 9: 256
Steen-Baker AA, Ng S, Payne BR, et al. (2017) The effects of context on processing words during sentence reading among adults varying in age and literacy skill. Psychology and Aging. 32: 460-472
Tomaszewski Farias S, Giovannetti T, Payne BR, et al. (2017) Self-perceived Difficulties in Everyday Function Precede Cognitive Decline among Older Adults in the ACTIVE Study. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society : Jins. 1-9
Hill PL, Payne BR. (2017) Don't forget the person when promoting healthy cognitive aging: Comment on Smith (2016). The American Psychologist. 72: 390-392
Payne BR, Federmeier KD. (2017) Pace Yourself: Intraindividual Variability in Context Use Revealed by Self-paced Event-related Brain Potentials. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-17
Stites MC, Payne BR, Federmeier KD. (2017) Getting ahead of yourself: Parafoveal word expectancy modulates the N400 during sentence reading. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
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