Kara D. Federmeier

Affiliations: 
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
Area:
electrophysiology, language, memory, hemispheric differences
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Cross-listing: LinguisTree

Parents

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William T. Greenough research assistant 1991-1994 UIUC
Marie T. Banich research assistant 1993-1994 UIUC
Neal J. Cohen research assistant 1993-1994 UIUC
Elizabeth A. Bates grad student 1994-2000 UCSD
Marta Kutas grad student 1994-2000 UCSD
Marta Kutas post-doc 2000-2002 UCSD

Children

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Caterina Gratton research assistant UIUC
Marjolein Korvorst research assistant UCSD
Josh Richman research assistant 2004-2005 Psychology Department, UIUC
Sarah K. Baisley research assistant 2006-2007 UIUC
Resh Singh Gupta research assistant 2013-2015 UIUC
Melinh Lai grad student 2016- UIUC
Deborah E. Hannula grad student 2002-2005 UIUC
Laura Matzen grad student 2003-2008 UIUC
Karen M. Evans grad student 2003-2009 UIUC
Padmapriya Kandhadai grad student 2004-2009 UIUC
Sarah Laszlo grad student 2004-2009 UIUC
Edward W. Wlotko grad student 2004-2009 UIUC
Chia-lin Lee grad student 2004-2010 UIUC
Jason Coronel grad student 2005-2012 UIUC
Mallory Stites grad student 2009-2014 UIUC
Danielle Dickson grad student 2010-2016 UIUC
Ryan Hubbard grad student 2011-2017 UIUC
Manoj Kumar grad student 2012-2017 UIUC
Cybelle Smith grad student 2013-2018 UIUC
Michelle Leckey grad student 2012-2019 UIUC
Angela H. Gutchess post-doc 2004-2005 UIUC
Aaron M. Meyer post-doc 2005-2008 UIUC
Jeremy Boyd post-doc 2009-2011 Psychology Department, UIUC
Joel L. Voss post-doc 2008-2012 UIUC
Hsu-Wen Huang post-doc 2009-2012 UIUC
Edward W. Wlotko post-doc 2009-2012 UIUC
Simon J. Fischer-Baum post-doc 2010-2012 UIUC
Maureen Gillespie post-doc 2011-2012 UIUC
Joost Rommers post-doc 2014-2016 UIUC
Heather Dee Lucas post-doc 2012-2017 UIUC
Brennan R. Payne post-doc 2014-2017 UIUC
Shukhan Ng post-doc 2014-2018 UIUC (LinguisTree)
Daniel G. Kleinman post-doc 2015-2018 UIUC
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Hubbard RJ, Federmeier KD. (2021) Representational Pattern Similarity of Electrical Brain Activity Reveals Rapid and Specific Prediction during Language Comprehension. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Hubbard RJ, Federmeier KD. (2021) Dividing attention influences contextual facilitation and revision during language comprehension. Brain Research. 1764: 147466
Lai MK, Rommers J, Federmeier KD. (2021) The fate of the unexpected: Consequences of misprediction assessed using ERP repetition effects. Brain Research. 147290
Ryskin R, Ng S, Mimnaugh K, et al. (2020) Talker-specific predictions during language processing. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 35: 797-812
Federmeier KD, Jongman SR, Szewczyk JM. (2020) Examining the Role of General Cognitive Skills in Language Processing: A Window into Complex Cognition. Current Directions in Psychological Science. 29: 575-582
LoTemplio S, Silcox J, Federmeier KD, et al. (2020) Inter- and intra-individual coupling between pupillary, electrophysiological, and behavioral responses in a visual oddball task. Psychophysiology. e13758
Payne B, Federmeier KD, Stine-Morrow EAL. (2020) Author accepted manuscript: Literacy skill and intra-individual variability in eye-fixation durations during reading: Evidence from a diverse community-based adult sample. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021820935457
Smith CM, Federmeier KD. (2020) Neural Signatures of Learning Novel Object-Scene Associations. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-20
Ng S, Payne BR, Liu X, et al. (2020) Execution of Lexical and Conceptual Processes in Sentence Comprehension among Adult Readers as a Function of Literacy Skill Scientific Studies of Reading. 24: 338-355
Payne B, Federmeier KD. (2019) Individual Differences in Reading Speed are Linked to Variability in the Processing of Lexical and Contextual Information: Evidence from Single-trial Event-related Brain Potentials. Word (New York, N.Y. : 1945). 65: 252-272
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