Liina Pylkkanen

Linguistics, Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
"Liina Pylkkanen"
Mean distance: 16.21 (cluster 15)
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Alec Marantz grad student MIT


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Christine Boylan research assistant 2008-2010 NYU
Ryan MC Law research assistant 2018-2020 New York University
Sarah F. Phillips grad student NYU (LinguisTree)
Jayden Ziegler grad student NYU
Eytan Zweig grad student NYU (LinguisTree)
Lisa Levinson grad student 2002-2007 NYU (LinguisTree)
Jonathan R. Brennan grad student 2010 NYU
Suzanne Dikker grad student 2010 NYU
Hugh Rabagliati grad student 2010 NYU
Doug K. Bemis grad student 2012 NYU
Kimberly A. Leiken grad student 2014 NYU
Adina Williams grad student 2013-2018 NYU (LinguisTree)
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Gwilliams L, Flick G, Marantz A, et al. (2023) Introducing MEG-MASC a high-quality magneto-encephalography dataset for evaluating natural speech processing. Scientific Data. 10: 862
Goldman E, Bou-Dargham S, Lai M, et al. (2023) MEG correlates of speech planning in simple vs. interactive picture naming in children and adults. Plos One. 18: e0292316
Dirani J, Pylkkänen L. (2023) The time course of cross-modal representations of conceptual categories. Neuroimage. 277: 120254
Parrish A, Pylkkänen L. (2022) Conceptual Combination in the LATL With and Without Syntactic Composition. Neurobiology of Language (Cambridge, Mass.). 3: 46-66
Phillips SF, Pylkkänen L. (2021) Composition within and between Languages in the Bilingual Mind: MEG Evidence from Korean/English Bilinguals. Eneuro. 8
Hauptman M, Blanco-Elorrieta E, Pylkkänen L. (2021) Inflection across Categories: Tracking Abstract Morphological Processing in Language Production with MEG. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Flick G, Abdullah O, Pylkkänen L. (2021) From letters to composed concepts: A magnetoencephalography study of reading. Human Brain Mapping
Li J, Pylkkänen L. (2021) Disentangling semantic composition and semantic association in the left temporal lobe. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Kim S, Pylkkänen L. (2021) How the conceptual specificity of individual words affects incremental sentence composition: MEG evidence. Brain and Language. 218: 104951
Matar S, Dirani J, Marantz A, et al. (2021) Left posterior temporal cortex is sensitive to syntax within conceptually matched Arabic expressions. Scientific Reports. 11: 7181
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