Kirsten Weber
Kirsten Weber
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
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Shared syntax in language production and language comprehension—an fMRI study
K Segaert, L Menenti, K Weber, KM Petersson, P Hagoort
Cerebral Cortex 22 (7), 1662-1670, 2012
The suppression of repetition enhancement: A review of fMRI studies
K Segaert, K Weber, FP de Lange, KM Petersson, P Hagoort
Neuropsychologia 51 (1), 59-66, 2013
Syntactic priming in German–English bilinguals during sentence comprehension
K Weber, P Indefrey
NeuroImage 46 (4), 1164-1172, 2009
Beyond the language given: the neural correlates of inferring speaker meaning
J BašnŠkovŠ, K Weber, KM Petersson, J van Berkum, P Hagoort
Cerebral Cortex 24 (10), 2572-2578, 2014
Spatiotemporal signatures of lexical–semantic prediction
EF Lau, K Weber, A Gramfort, MS Hšmšlšinen, GR Kuperberg
Cerebral Cortex 26 (4), 1377-1387, 2014
Syntactic anomaly elicits a lexico‐semantic (N400) ERP effect in the second language but not the first
K Weber, A Lavric
Psychophysiology 45 (6), 920-925, 2008
A Paradox of Syntactic Priming: Why Response Tendencies Show Priming for Passives, and Response Latencies Show Priming for Actives
K Segaert, L Menenti, K Weber, P Hagoort
PloS one 6 (10), e24209, 2011
Laminar specific fMRI reveals directed interactions in distributed networks during language processing
D Sharoh, T Van Mourik, LJ Bains, K Segaert, K Weber, P Hagoort, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (42), 21185-21190, 2019
A job interview in the MRI scanner: How does indirectness affect addressees and overhearers?
J BašnŠkovŠ, J van Berkum, K Weber, P Hagoort
Neuropsychologia 76, 79-91, 2015
fMRI syntactic and lexical repetition effects reveal the initial stages of learning a new language
K Weber, MH Christiansen, KM Petersson, P Indefrey, P Hagoort
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (26), 6872-6880, 2016
The Yin and the Yang of Prediction: An fMRI Study of Semantic Predictive Processing
K Weber, EF Lau, B Stillerman, GR Kuperberg
PLOS ONE 11 (3), e0148637, 2016
The influence of verb-bound syntactic preferences on the processing of syntactic structures.
K Segaert, K Weber, M Cladder-Micus, P Hagoort
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 40 (5), 1448, 2014
Functional MRI reveals evidence of a self-positivity bias in the medial prefrontal cortex during the comprehension of social vignettes
E Fields, K Weber, S Ben, DB Nathaniel, G Kuperberg
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. Advance online publication, 2019
Primed from the start: Syntactic priming during the first days of language learning
K Weber, MH Christiansen, P Indefrey, P Hagoort
Language Learning 69 (1), 198-221, 2019
Overlap and Differences in Brain Networks Underlying the Processing of Complex Sentence Structures in Second Language Users Compared with Native Speakers
K Weber, L Luther, P Indefrey, P Hagoort
Brain connectivity 6 (4), 345-355, 2016
Multimodal neuroimaging evidence for looser lexico-semantic networks in schizophrenia: Evidence from masked indirect semantic priming
GR Kuperberg, K Weber, N Delaney-Busch, C Ustine, B Stillerman, ...
Neuropsychologia 124, 337-349, 2019
No title, no theme: The joined neural space between speakers and listeners during production and comprehension of multi sentence discourse
K Heidlmayr, K Weber, A Takashima, P Hagoort
Cortex, 2020
The language learning brain: Evidence from second language and bilingual studies of syntactic processing
KM Weber
Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Radboud University Nijmegen, 2012
Sentence processing is modulated by the current linguistic environment and a priori information: An fMRI study
K Weber, C Micheli, E Ruigendijk, J Rieger
Brain and Behavior, 2019
Sentence processing is modulated by the current linguistic environment and a priori information: An fMRI study
K Weber, C Micheli, E Ruigendijk, J Rieger
bioRxiv, 416404, 2018
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