Laura Elizabeth Gwilliams

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
Language, Speech, Auditory Processing
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Jean-Rémi King grad student NYU
Philip J. Monahan grad student 2012-2013 BCBL, Spain
Arthur Gary Samuel grad student 2012-2013 BCBL, Spain
Alec Marantz grad student 2015-2019 NYU
David Poeppel grad student 2015-2019 NYU
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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
Gwilliams L, King JR, Marantz A, et al. (2022) Neural dynamics of phoneme sequences reveal position-invariant code for content and order. Nature Communications. 13: 6606
Chung JE, Sellers KK, Leonard MK, et al. (2022) High-density single-unit human cortical recordings using the Neuropixels probe. Neuron
Iemi L, Gwilliams L, Samaha J, et al. (2021) Ongoing neural oscillations influence behavior and sensory representations by suppressing neuronal excitability. Neuroimage. 118746
Blanco-Elorrieta E, Gwilliams L, Marantz A, et al. (2021) Adaptation to mis-pronounced speech: evidence for a prefrontal-cortex repair mechanism. Scientific Reports. 11: 97
Gwilliams L, King JR. (2020) Recurrent processes support a cascade of hierarchical decisions. Elife. 9
Dikker S, Assaneo MF, Gwilliams L, et al. (2020) Magnetoencephalography and Language. Neuroimaging Clinics of North America. 30: 229-238
Gwilliams L. (2020) How the brain composes morphemes into meaning. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 375: 20190311
Gwilliams L. (2020) Hierarchical oscillators in speech comprehension: a commentary on Meyer, Sun, and Martin (2019) Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 1-5
Stockall L, Manouilidou C, Gwilliams L, et al. (2019) Prefix Stripping Re-Re-Revisited: MEG Investigations of Morphological Decomposition and Recomposition. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 1964
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