Karen Emmorey

Speech & Hearing Sciences San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, United States 
Psycholinguistics, sign language
"Karen Emmorey"
Mean distance: 15.23 (cluster 23)
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Robin L. Thompson grad student (LinguisTree)
Stephen H. McCullough grad student 2010 UCSD
Margaret Wilson post-doc 1994-1997 Salk Institute
Amy L. Hubbard post-doc 2009-2010 UCSD


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Rain G. Bosworth collaborator UCSD
Ayse Pinar Saygin collaborator
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McGarry ME, Midgley KJ, Holcomb PJ, et al. (2023) How (and why) does iconicity effect lexical access: An electrophysiological study of American sign language. Neuropsychologia. 183: 108516
Pyers JE, Emmorey K. (2022) The iconic motivation for the morphophonological distinction between noun-verb pairs in American Sign Language does not reflect common human construals of objects and actions. Language and Cognition. 14: 622-644
Lee B, Martinez PM, Midgley KJ, et al. (2022) Sensitivity to orthographic vs. phonological constraints on word recognition: An ERP study with deaf and hearing readers. Neuropsychologia. 108420
Sehyr ZS, Emmorey K. (2022) Contribution of Lexical Quality and Sign Language Variables to Reading Comprehension. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education
Emmorey K. (2022) Ursula Bellugi: Groundbreaking language scientist (1931-2022). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 119: e2208884119
Emmorey K. (2021) New Perspectives on the Neurobiology of Sign Languages. Frontiers in Communication. 6
Sehyr ZS, Emmorey K. (2021) The effects of multiple linguistic variables on picture naming in American Sign Language. Behavior Research Methods
Meade G, Lee B, Massa N, et al. (2021) Are form priming effects phonological or perceptual? Electrophysiological evidence from American Sign Language. Cognition. 220: 104979
Emmorey K, Brozdowski C, McCullough S. (2021) The neural correlates for spatial language: Perspective-dependent and -independent relationships in American Sign Language and spoken English. Brain and Language. 223: 105044
McGarry ME, Massa N, Mott M, et al. (2021) Matching pictures and signs: An ERP study of the effects of iconic structural alignment in American sign language. Neuropsychologia. 162: 108051
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