Katrien Segaert
Katrien Segaert
Associate Professor, School of Psychology, University of Birmingham
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Shared language: overlap and segregation of the neuronal infrastructure for speaking and listening revealed by functional MRI
L Menenti, SME Gierhan, K Segaert, P Hagoort
Psychological science 22 (9), 1173-1182, 2011
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
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
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
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
Syntactic priming and the lexical boost effect during sentence production and sentence comprehension: An fMRI study
K Segaert, G Kempen, KM Petersson, P Hagoort
Brain and language 124 (2), 174-183, 2013
In dialogue with an avatar, language behavior is identical to dialogue with a human partner
E Heyselaar, P Hagoort, K Segaert
Behavior research methods 49, 46-60, 2017
Unifying structural priming effects on syntactic choices and timing of sentence generation
K Segaert, L Wheeldon, P Hagoort
Journal of Memory and Language 91, 59-80, 2016
Understanding bilingual brain function and structure changes? U bet! A unified bilingual experience trajectory model
V DeLuca, K Segaert, A Mazaheri, A Krott
Journal of Neurolinguistics 56, 100930, 2020
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
EEG oscillations during word processing predict MCI conversion to Alzheimer's disease
A Mazaheri, K Segaert, J Olichney, JC Yang, YQ Niu, K Shapiro, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 17, 188-197, 2018
What can we learn from a two-brain approach to verbal interaction?
L Schoot, P Hagoort, K Segaert
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 68, 454-459, 2016
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
The neuronal infrastructure of speaking
L Menenti, K Segaert, P Hagoort
Brain and language 122 (2), 71-80, 2012
Binding language: structuring sentences through precisely timed oscillatory mechanisms
K Segaert, A Mazaheri, P Hagoort
European Journal of Neuroscience 48 (7), 2651-2662, 2018
The role of nondeclarative memory in the skill for language: Evidence from syntactic priming in patients with amnesia
E Heyselaar, K Segaert, SJW Walvoort, RPC Kessels, P Hagoort
Neuropsychologia 101, 97-105, 2017
Minimal phrase composition revealed by intracranial recordings
E Murphy, O Woolnough, PS Rollo, ZJ Roccaforte, K Segaert, P Hagoort, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 42 (15), 3216-3227, 2022
Healthy aging and sentence production: Disrupted lexical access in the context of intact syntactic planning
SM Hardy, K Segaert, L Wheeldon
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 494518, 2020
Evidence against preserved syntactic comprehension in healthy aging.
C Poulisse, L Wheeldon, K Segaert
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (12 …, 2019
Developmental dyslexia: a condensed review of literature
AB Kuerten, MB Mota, K Segaert
Ilha do Desterro 72, 249-270, 2020
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