Markus Ostarek
Markus Ostarek
Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics Nijmegen
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Feel the noise: relating individual differences in auditory imagery to the structure and function of sensorimotor systems
CF Lima, N Lavan, S Evans, Z Agnew, AR Halpern, P Shanmugalingam, ...
Cerebral cortex 25 (11), 4638-4650, 2015
Spoken words can make the invisible visible—Testing the involvement of low-level visual representations in spoken word processing.
M Ostarek, F Huettig
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 43 (3), 499, 2017
Six challenges for embodiment research
M Ostarek, F Huettig
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (6), 593-599, 2019
Practices and pitfalls in inferring neural representations
V Popov, M Ostarek, C Tenison
NeuroImage 174, 340-351, 2018
A task-dependent causal role for low-level visual processes in spoken word comprehension.
M Ostarek, F Huettig
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (8), 1215, 2017
Reading sky and seeing a cloud: On the relevance of events for perceptual simulation.
M Ostarek, G Vigliocco
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (4), 579, 2017
Distinguishing integration and prediction accounts of ERP N400 modulations in language processing through experimental design
F Mantegna, F Hintz, M Ostarek, PM Alday, F Huettig
Neuropsychologia 134, 107199, 2019
Are visual processes causally involved in “perceptual simulation” effects in the sentence-picture verification task?
M Ostarek, D Joosen, A Ishag, M De Nijs, F Huettig
Cognition 182, 84-94, 2019
Saccade trajectories reveal dynamic interactions of semantic and spatial information during the processing of implicitly spatial words.
M Ostarek, A Ishag, D Joosen, F Huettig
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 44 (10 …, 2018
Introducing a replication-first rule for PhD projects (commmentary on Zwaan et al.,‘Making replication mainstream’)
AR Kochari, M Ostarek
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 41, 2018
Sighted people’s language is not helpful for blind individuals’ acquisition of typical animal colors
M Ostarek, J Van Paridon, G Montero-Melis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (44), 21972-21973, 2019
Do we know what we’re saying? The roles of attention and sensory information during speech production
S Meekings, D Boebinger, S Evans, CF Lima, S Chen, M Ostarek, ...
Psychological science 26 (12), 1975-1977, 2015
Does using a foreign language reduce mental imagery?
G Montero-Melis, P Isaksson, J Van Paridon, M Ostarek
Cognition 196, 104134, 2020
Learning to read does not compete with face and object recognition
J van Paridon, M Ostarek, M Arunkumar, F Huettig
PsyArXiv, 2019
Does the motor system functionally contribute to keeping words in working memory? A pre-registered replication of Shebani and Pulvermüller (2013, Cortex)
G Montero-Melis, J van Paridon, M Ostarek, E Bylund
PsyArXiv, 2019
Envisioning language: An exploration of perceptual processes in language comprehension
M Ostarek
[Sl: sn], 2018
Cross-decoding reveals shared brain activity patterns between saccadic eye-movements and semantic processing of implicitly spatial words
M Ostarek, J van Paridon, F Huettig
bioRxiv, 415596, 2018
Inferential Pitfalls in Decoding Neural Representations
V Popov, M Ostarek, C Tenison
BioRxiv, 141283, 2017
The neural basis of informational and energetic masking effects in the perception and production of speech
S Evans, C McGettigan, Z Agnew, S Rosen, L Cesar, D Boebinger, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (4), 2243-2243, 2014
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