Doug K. Bemis

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Psychology New York University, New York, NY, United States 
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Liina Pylkkanen grad student 2012 NYU
 (Simple Composition During Language Processing: An MEG Investigation.)
Christophe Pallier post-doc 2014-2014 INSERM
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Pylkkänen L, Bemis DK, Blanco Elorrieta E. (2014) Building phrases in language production: an MEG study of simple composition. Cognition. 133: 371-84
Bemis DK, Pylkkänen L. (2013) Flexible composition: MEG evidence for the deployment of basic combinatorial linguistic mechanisms in response to task demands. Plos One. 8: e73949
Rabagliati H, Bemis DK. (2013) Prediction is no panacea: the key to language is in the unexpected. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 36: 372-3
Lipkind D, Marcus GF, Bemis DK, et al. (2013) Stepwise acquisition of vocal combinatorial capacity in songbirds and human infants. Nature. 498: 104-8
Bemis DK, Pylkkänen L. (2013) Basic linguistic composition recruits the left anterior temporal lobe and left angular gyrus during both listening and reading. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 23: 1859-73
Bemis DK, Pylkkänen L. (2012) Combination Across Domains: An MEG Investigation into the Relationship between Mathematical, Pictorial, and Linguistic Processing. Frontiers in Psychology. 3: 583
Berent I, Wilson C, Marcus G, et al. (2012) On the role of variables in phonology: Remarks on Hayes and Wilson (2008). Linguistic Inquiry (Online). 43: 97-119
Bemis DK, Pylkkänen L. (2011) Simple composition: a magnetoencephalography investigation into the comprehension of minimal linguistic phrases. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 31: 2801-14
Pylkkänen L, Brennan J, Bemis DK. (2011) Grounding the cognitive neuroscience of semantics in linguistic theory Language and Cognitive Processes. 26: 1317-1337
Franconeri SL, Bemis DK, Alvarez GA. (2009) Number estimation relies on a set of segmented objects. Cognition. 113: 1-13
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