David A. Swinney, PhD

Psychology University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics
"David Swinney"
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Tracy Love grad student SDSU
Lee Osterhout grad student 1984-1987 Tufts
Jennifer E. Balogh grad student 2003 UCSD
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de Goede D, Shapiro LP, Wester F, et al. (2009) The time course of verb processing in Dutch sentences. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 38: 181-99
Love T, Walenski M, Swinney D. (2009) Slowed speech input has a differential impact on on-line and off-line processing in children's comprehension of pronouns. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 38: 285-304
Friedmann N, Taranto G, Shapiro LP, et al. (2008) The Leaf Fell (the Leaf): The Online Processing of Unaccusatives. Linguistic Inquiry (Online). 39: 355-377
Love T, Swinney D, Walenski M, et al. (2008) How left inferior frontal cortex participates in syntactic processing: Evidence from aphasia. Brain and Language. 107: 203-19
Fiebach CJ, Friederici AD, Smith EE, et al. (2007) Lateral inferotemporal cortex maintains conceptual-semantic representations in verbal working memory. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 19: 2035-49
Swinney D, Love T, Walenski M, et al. (2007) Conceptual combination during sentence comprehension: evidence for compositional processes. Psychological Science. 18: 397-400
Love T, Haist F, Nicol J, et al. (2006) A functional neuroimaging investigation of the roles of structural complexity and task-demand during auditory sentence processing. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 42: 577-90
Nicol J, Swinney D, Love T, et al. (2006) The on-line study of sentence comprehension: an examination of dual task paradigms. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 35: 215-31
Humphries C, Love T, Swinney D, et al. (2005) Response of anterior temporal cortex to syntactic and prosodic manipulations during sentence processing. Human Brain Mapping. 26: 128-38
Ullman MT, Pancheva R, Love T, et al. (2005) Neural correlates of lexicon and grammar: evidence from the production, reading, and judgment of inflection in aphasia. Brain and Language. 93: 185-238; discussion
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