Mante S. Nieuwland
Mante S. Nieuwland
MPI for Psycholinguistics
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When peanuts fall in love: N400 evidence for the power of discourse
MS Nieuwland, JJA Van Berkum
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 18 (7), 1098-1111, 2006
When the truth is not too hard to handle: An event-related potential study on the pragmatics of negation
MS Nieuwland, GR Kuperberg
Psychological Science 19 (12), 1213-1218, 2008
Large-scale replication study reveals a limit on probabilistic prediction in language comprehension
MS Nieuwland, S Politzer-Ahles, E Heyselaar, K Segaert, E Darley, ...
ELife 7, e33468, 2018
Establishing reference in language comprehension: An electrophysiological perspective
JJA Van Berkum, AW Koornneef, M Otten, MS Nieuwland
Brain research 1146, 158-171, 2007
Right or wrong? The brain's fast response to morally objectionable statements
JJA Van Berkum, B Holleman, M Nieuwland, M Otten, J Murre
Psychological science 20 (9), 1092-1099, 2009
On the incrementality of pragmatic processing: An ERP investigation of informativeness and pragmatic abilities
MS Nieuwland, T Ditman, GR Kuperberg
Journal of memory and language 63 (3), 324-346, 2010
Dissociable effects of prediction and integration during language comprehension: Evidence from a large-scale study using brain potentials
MS Nieuwland, DJ Barr, F Bartolozzi, S Busch-Moreno, E Darley, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1791), 20180522, 2020
Individual differences and contextual bias in pronoun resolution: Evidence from ERPs
MS Nieuwland, JJA Van Berkum
Brain research 1118 (1), 155-167, 2006
Using theory of mind to represent and take part in social interactions: Comparing individuals with high-functioning autism and typically developing controls
S Begeer, BF Malle, MS Nieuwland, B Keysar
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 7 (1), 104-122, 2010
Testing the limits of the semantic illusion phenomenon: ERPs reveal temporary semantic change deafness in discourse comprehension
MS Nieuwland, JJA Van Berkum
Cognitive Brain Research 24 (3), 691-701, 2005
Predicting form and meaning: Evidence from brain potentials
A Ito, M Corley, MJ Pickering, AE Martin, MS Nieuwland
Journal of Memory and Language 86, 157-171, 2016
Great expectations: Specific lexical anticipation influences the processing of spoken language
M Otten, MS Nieuwland, JJA Van Berkum
BMC neuroscience 8, 1-9, 2007
Who are you talking about? Tracking discourse-level referential processing with event-related brain potentials
MS Nieuwland, M Otten, JJA Van Berkum
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 19 (2), 228-236, 2007
Do ‘early’brain responses reveal word form prediction during language comprehension? A critical review
MS Nieuwland
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 96, 367-400, 2019
If the real world were irrelevant, so to speak: The role of propositional truth-value in counterfactual sentence comprehension
MS Nieuwland, AE Martin
Cognition, 2012
On sense and reference: Examining the functional neuroanatomy of referential processing
MS Nieuwland, KM Petersson, JJA Van Berkum
NeuroImage 37 (3), 993-1004, 2007
The interplay between semantic and referential aspects of anaphoric noun phrase resolution: Evidence from ERPs
MS Nieuwland, JJA Van Berkum
Brain and Language 106 (2), 119-131, 2008
How robust are prediction effects in language comprehension? Failure to replicate article-elicited N400 effects
A Ito, AE Martin, MS Nieuwland
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (8), 954-965, 2017
Event-related brain potential evidence for animacy processing asymmetries during sentence comprehension
MS Nieuwland, AE Martin, M Carreiras
Brain and Language 126 (2), 151-158, 2013
“Who’s he?” Event-related brain potentials and unbound pronouns
MS Nieuwland
Journal of Memory and Language 76, 1-28, 2014
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