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Kappenman, E. S., Luck, S. J., Kring, A. M., Lesh, T. A., Mangun, G. R., Niendam, T., Ragland, J. D., Ranganath, C., Solomon, M., Swaab, T. Y., & Carter, C. S. (in press). Electrophysiological evidence for impaired control of motor output in schizophrenia. Cerebral Cortex.

Boudewyn, M.A, Long, D.L., & Swaab, T.Y. (in press). Graded Expectations: Predictive Processing and the Adjustment of Expectations during Spoken Language Comprehension. Cognitive, Affective and Behavioral Neuroscience.

Hoversten, L, Brothers, T., Swaab, T.Y., and Traxler, M. (in press). Language membership identification precedes semantic access: Suppression during bilingual word recognition. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience

Boudewyn, M.A., Long, D.L., Traxler, M.J., Lesh, T., Dave, S., Mangun, G.R., Carter, C.S. & Swaab, T.Y. (in press). Sensitivity to Referential Ambiguity in Discourse: the Role of Attention, Working Memory and Verbal Ability. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience

2015

Brothers, T., Swaab, T.Y., and Traxler, M. (2015). Effect of prediction and contextual support on lexical processing: Prediction takes precedence. Cognition, 136, 135–149.

2014

Johns, C., Gordon, P.C., Long, D.L. & Swaab, T. Y. (2014). Memory availability and referential access. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 29(1), 60-87

Boudewyn, M.A., Zirnstein, M., Swaab, T.Y., & Traxler, M.J. (2014). Priming Prepositional Phrase Attachment: Evidence from Eye-tracking and ERPs. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 467(3), 424-54.

Minzenberg, M., Gomez, G, C. Yoon, J.H., Swaab, T.Y., Carter, C. S. (2014). Disrupted Action Monitoring in Recent-Onset Psychosis Patients with Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 221 (1), 114-121

 2013

Tooley, K.M., Swaab, T.Y., Boudewyn, M.A., Zirnstein, M. & Traxler, M.J. (2013). Evidence for Priming across Intervening Sentences during Online Sentence Comprehension. Language and Cognitive Processes, 129(3), 289-311

Vergara-Martinez, M., Perea, M. ,Gómez, P. & Swaab, T.Y. (2013). ERP correlates of letter identity and letter position are modulated by lexical frequency. Brain and Language, 125, 11-27

Boudewyn, M.A., Long, D.L., & Swaab, T.Y. (2013). Effects of working memory span on processing of lexical associations and congruence in spoken discourse. Frontiers in Psychology, 4 (60), 1-16

Swaab, T.Y., Boudewyn, M.A., Long, D.L., Luck, S.L., Kring, A., Ragland, D., Ranganath, C., Lesh, T., Niendam, T.A., Solomon, M. Mangun, G.R. & Carter, C. (2013). Spared and Impaired Spoken Discourse Processing in Schizophrenia: Effects of Local and Global Language Context. Journal of Neuroscience, 33(39), 15578-87

Swaab, T.Y. (2013). Language (Chapter 11). (2014). In: Gazzaniga, M.S., R., Ivry and G.R. Mangun, Cognitive Neuroscience: The Biology of the Mind. (4th Edition). W.W. Norton Pub.: New York (Textbook).

 2012

Swaab, T.Y., Ledoux, K., Camblin, C.C., & Boudewyn, M.A. (2012) Language related ERP components. (Book Chapter). In: Luck, S. J. & Kappenman, E.S. (Eds.), pp 397-440. Oxford Handbook of Event-Related Potential Components. New York: Oxford University Press

Boudewyn, M.A., Carter, C. & Swaab, T.Y. (2012). Cognitive Control and Discourse Comprehension in Schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research and Treatment, 1- 7. doi:10.1155/2012/484502

Qiu, L., Swaab, T.Y., Chen, H., & Wang, S. (2012). The Role of Gender Information in Pronoun Resolution: Evidence from Chinese. PloS one. 7(5): e36156. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0036156

Vergara-Martínez, M. & Swaab, T.Y. (2012). Orthographic neighborhood effects as a function of word frequency: An Event-Related Potential study. Psychophysiology, 49, 1277–1289

Boudewyn, M.A., Long, D.L., & Swaab, T.Y. (2012). Cognitive Control Influences the use of Meaning Relations during Spoken Sentence Comprehension. Neuropsychologia, 50, 2659-2668

2011

Boudewyn, M.A., Gordon, P.C., Long, D., Polse, L. & Swaab, T.Y. (2011). Does discourse congruence influence spoken language comprehension before lexical association? Evidence from event-related potentials. Language and Cognitive Processes. DOI:10.1080/01690965.2011.577980

2010

Nakano, H., Saron, C., & Swaab, T.Y. (2010). Speech and Span: Working memory capacity impacts the use of animacy but not of world knowledge during spoken sentence comprehension. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22 (12), 2886–2898

2009

Tooley, K., Traxler, M. & Swaab, T.Y. (2009). Electrophysiological and Behavioral Evidence of Syntactic Priming in Sentence Comprehension. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Language, Memory and Cognition, 35, 19-45.

Swaab, T.Y. (2009). Language (Chapter 10). In: Gazzaniga, M.S., R., Ivry and G.R. Mangun, Cognitive Neuroscience: The Biology of the Mind. (3rd Edition). W.W. Norton Pub.: New York (Textbook).

2007

Ledoux, K., Gordon, P.C., Camblin, C.C. & Swaab, T.Y (2007). Coreference and lexical repetition: Neural mechanisms of discourse integration. Memory and Cognition. 35 (4), 801-815

Diaz, M. & Swaab, T.Y. (2007). Electrophysiological differentiation of phonological and semantic integration in word and sentence contexts. Brain Research. 1146, 85-100

Camblin C.C., Gordon, P.C. & Swaab, T.Y. (2007). The interplay of discourse congruence and lexical association during sentence processing: Evidence from ERPs and eye tracking. Journal of Memory and Language. 56, 103–128

Ledoux, K., Traxler, M.J., & Swaab, T.Y. (2007). Syntactic Priming in Comprehension: Evidence from Event-Related Potentials. Psychological Science. 18, 135-143

Camblin, C.C., Ledoux, K, Boudewyn, M., Gordon, P.C., & Swaab, T.Y. (2007). When and How do Readers and Listeners establish Coreference with Repeated Names? Brain Research. 1146, 174-184.

2006

Ledoux, K., Camblin, C.C., Swaab, T.Y., & Gordon, P.C (2006). Reading words in discourse: The modulation of intralexical priming effects by message-level context. Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Reviews, 5, 107-127

1996-2004

Kaan, E., Wijnen, F., & Swaab, T.Y. (2004). Gapping: Electrophysical Evidence for Immediate Processing of “Missing” Verbs in Sentence Comprehension. Brain and Language, 89, 584-592.

Giesbrecht, B., Camblin, C.C., & Swaab, T.Y. (2004). Separable effects of semantic priming and imageability on word processing in human cortex. Cerebral Cortex, 14, 521-529.

Swaab, T.Y., Camblin, C.C., & Gordon. P.C. (2004). Reversed lexical repetition effects in language processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 16, 715-726.

Gordon, P.C., Camblin, C.C. & Swaab, T.Y . (2004). On-line measures of coreferential processing. In: M. Carreiras & C. Clifton (Eds.), The On-line Study of Sentence Comprehension: Eyetracking, ERP and Beyond, New York, NY: Psychology Press.

Kaan, E. & Swaab, T.Y. (2003). Repair, revision and complexity in syntactic analysis: An electrophysiological differentiation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 15, 98-110.

Swaab, T.Y., Brown, C.M., & Hagoort, P. (2003). Understanding words in sentence contexts: the time course of ambiguity resolution. Brain and Language, 86, 326-343.

Kaan, E. & Swaab, T.Y. (2003). Electrophysiological evidence for serial sentence processing: A comparison between non-preferred and ungrammatical continuations. Cognitive Brain Research, 17, 621-635.

Swaab, T.Y., Baynes, K., & Knight, R.T. (2002). Separable effects of priming and imageability on word processing: An ERP study. Cognitive Brain Research, 15, 99-103.

Kaan, E. & Swaab, T.Y. (2002). The brain circuitry of syntactic comprehension. Trends in Cognitive Science, 6, 350-356.

Swaab, T.Y. (2002). Language and Brain (Chapter 9). In: Gazzaniga, M.S., R., Ivry and G.R. Mangun, Cognitive Neuroscience: The Biology of the Mind. (2nd Edition). W.W. Norton Pub.: New York (Textbook).

Swaab, T.Y. (1999). The Neurocognition of Language. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 3, 488-489. (Invited Book Review)

Swaab, T.Y. (1998). Event-related potentials in cognitive neuropsychology: Methodological considerations and an example from studies of aphasia. Behavior, Research Methods, Instruments and Computers, 30, 157-170.

Swaab, T.Y., Brown, C., & Hagoort, P. (1998). Understanding ambiguous words in sentence contexts: Electrophysiological evidence for delayed contextual selection in Broca’s aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 36, 737-761.

Swaab, T.Y. (1998). Language and Brain (Chapter 8). In: Gazzaniga, M.S., R., Ivry and G.R. Mangun, Cognitive Neuroscience: The Biology of the Mind. (1st Edition). W.W. Norton Pub.: New York (Textbook).

Swaab, T.Y., Brown, C., & Hagoort, P. (1997). Spoken sentence comprehension in aphasia: Event-related potential evidence for a lexical integration deficit. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 9, 39-66.

Hagoort P., Brown, C. & Swaab, T.Y. (1996). Lexical-semantic event-related potential effects in patients with left hemisphere lesions and aphasia, and patients with right hemisphere lesions without aphasia. Brain, 119, 627-649

Brown, C., Hagoort, P., & Swaab, T.Y. (1996). Neurophysiological evidence for a temporal disorganization in aphasic patients with comprehension deficits. In W. Widdig, I.M. Ohlendorff and J.-P. Malin (Eds.). Current Aphasia Therapy. Freiburg: Hochschulverlag. (p 89-122).

Swaab, T.Y. (1996). The functional locus of comprehension deficits in aphasia: An electrophysiological approach. Afasiologie, 18 (5), 255 263.