Martin Paczynski, Ph.D.

Psychology Tufts University, Boston 
language, fMRI, ERPs, schizophrenia
"Martin Paczynski"
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Gina R. Kuperberg grad student 2012 Tufts
 (Impact of Animacy and Aspectual Information on Semantic and Syntactic Processing: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials.)
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Cohn N, Paczynski M, Kutas M. (2017) Not so secret agents: Event-related potentials to semantic roles in visual event comprehension. Brain and Cognition. 119: 1-9
Osman A, Paczynski M, Jha AP. (2016) Affective Expectations Influence Neural Responses to Stressful Images in Soldiers Military Psychology. 29: 41-57
Paczynski M, Burton AM, Jha AP. (2015) Brief exposure to aversive stimuli impairs visual selective attention. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 1172-9
Wittenberg E, Paczynski M, Wiese H, et al. (2014) The difference between "giving a rose" and "giving a kiss": Sustained neural activity to the light verb construction. Journal of Memory and Language. 73: 31-42
Paczynski M, Jackendoff R, Kuperberg G. (2014) When events change their nature: the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying aspectual coercion. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 26: 1905-17
Cohn N, Paczynski M. (2013) Prediction, events, and the advantage of agents: the processing of semantic roles in visual narrative. Cognitive Psychology. 67: 73-97
Brunyé TT, Gagnon SA, Paczynski M, et al. (2013) Happiness by association: breadth of free association influences affective states. Cognition. 127: 93-8
Paczynski M, Kuperberg GR. (2012) Multiple Influences of Semantic Memory on Sentence Processing: Distinct Effects of Semantic Relatedness on Violations of Real-World Event/State Knowledge and Animacy Selection Restrictions. Journal of Memory and Language. 67: 426-448
Cohn N, Paczynski M, Jackendoff R, et al. (2012) (Pea)nuts and bolts of visual narrative: structure and meaning in sequential image comprehension. Cognitive Psychology. 65: 1-38
Paczynski M, Kuperberg GR. (2011) Electrophysiological Evidence for Use of the Animacy Hierarchy, but not Thematic Role Assignment, During Verb Argument Processing. Language and Cognitive Processes. 26: 1402-1456
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