Lucy MacGregor

University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
"Lucy MacGregor"
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Cope TE, Shtyrov Y, MacGregor LJ, et al. (2020) Anterior temporal lobe is necessary for efficient lateralised processing of spoken word identity. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 126: 107-118
MacGregor LJ, Rodd JM, Gilbert RA, et al. (2019) The Neural Time Course of Semantic Ambiguity Resolution in Speech Comprehension. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-23
Mohr B, Difrancesco S, MacGregor L, et al. (2017) FV 13 Electrophysiological correlates of language recovery – an MEG study of neuroplasticity in chronic post stroke aphasia Clinical Neurophysiology. 128: e312
Shtyrov Y, MacGregor LJ. (2016) Near-instant automatic access to visually presented words in the human neocortex: neuromagnetic evidence. Scientific Reports. 6: 26558
Mohr B, MacGregor LJ, Difrancesco S, et al. (2016) Hemispheric contributions to language reorganisation: An MEG study of neuroplasticity in chronic post stroke aphasia. Neuropsychologia
MacGregor LJ, Bouwsema J, Klepousniotou E. (2015) Sustained meaning activation for polysemous but not homonymous words: evidence from EEG. Neuropsychologia. 68: 126-38
MacGregor LJ, Difrancesco S, Pulvermüller F, et al. (2015) Ultra-rapid access to words in chronic aphasia: the effects of intensive language action therapy (ILAT). Brain Topography. 28: 279-91
Featherstone CR, Morrison CM, Waterman MG, et al. (2013) Semantics, syntax or neither? A case for resolution in the interpretation of N500 and P600 responses to harmonic incongruities. Plos One. 8: e76600
Palmer SD, Macgregor LJ, Havelka J. (2013) Concreteness effects in single-meaning, multi-meaning and newly acquired words. Brain Research. 1538: 135-50
Bakker I, Macgregor LJ, Pulvermüller F, et al. (2013) Past tense in the brain's time: neurophysiological evidence for dual-route processing of past-tense verbs. Neuroimage. 71: 187-95
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