Katherine J. Midgley
Katherine J. Midgley
Research Assisstant Professor of Cognitive Psychology, San Diego State Univerisity
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Re-thinking the bilingual interactive-activation model from a developmental perspective (BIA-d)
J Grainger, K Midgley, PJ Holcomb
Language acquisition across linguistic and cognitive systems 52, 267-283, 2010
On the time course of letter perception: A masked priming ERP investigation
JEAP PEtit, KJ MidglEy, PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 13 (4), 674-681, 2006
Masked cross-modal repetition priming: An event-related potential investigation
K Kiyonaga, J Grainger, K Midgley, PJ Holcomb
Language and Cognitive Processes 22 (3), 337-376, 2007
Effects of cognate status on word comprehension in second language learners: An ERP investigation
KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (7), 1634-1647, 2011
Language effects in second language learners and proficient bilinguals investigated with event-related potentials
KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Journal of neurolinguistics 22 (3), 281-300, 2009
An electrophysiological investigation of cross-language effects of orthographic neighborhood
KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb, JB Walter, J Grainger
Brain Research 1246, 123-135, 2008
Masked repetition and translation priming in second language learners: A window on the time‐course of form and meaning activation using ERPs
KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Psychophysiology 46 (3), 551-565, 2009
An ERP investigation of masked cross-script translation priming
N Hoshino, KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Brain research 1344, 159-172, 2010
When beef primes reef more than leaf: Orthographic information affects phonological priming in spoken word recognition
L Perre, K Midgley, JC Ziegler
Psychophysiology 46 (4), 739-746, 2009
The real-time link between person perception and action: Brain potential evidence for dynamic continuity
JB Freeman, N Ambady, KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb
Social Neuroscience 6 (2), 139-155, 2011
A thousand words are worth a picture: Snapshots of printed-word processing in an event-related potential megastudy
S Dufau, J Grainger, KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb
Psychological science 26 (12), 1887-1897, 2015
Are phonological representations in bilinguals language specific? An ERP study on interlingual homophones
H Carrasco‐Ortiz, KJ Midgley, C Frenck‐Mestre
Psychophysiology 49 (4), 531-543, 2012
Implicit co-activation of American Sign Language in deaf readers: An ERP study
G Meade, KJ Midgley, ZS Sehyr, PJ Holcomb, K Emmorey
Brain and Language 170, 50-61, 2017
Processing words in two languages: An event-related brain potential study of proficient bilinguals
A Geyer, PJ Holcomb, KJ Midgley, J Grainger
Journal of Neurolinguistics 24 (3), 338-351, 2011
An ERP study on initial second language vocabulary learning
YN Yum, KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Psychophysiology 51 (4), 364-373, 2014
When less is more: Feedback, priming, and the pseudoword superiority effect
S Massol, KJ Midgley, PJ Holcomb, J Grainger
Brain research 1386, 153-164, 2011
Interactions in the neighborhood: Effects of orthographic and phonological neighbors on N400 amplitude
H Carrasco-Ortiz, KJ Midgley, J Grainger, PJ Holcomb
Journal of Neurolinguistics 41, 1-10, 2017
An electrophysiological megastudy of spoken word recognition
K Winsler, KJ Midgley, J Grainger, PJ Holcomb
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 33 (8), 1063-1082, 2018
Cross-language neighborhood effects in learners indicative of an integrated lexicon
G Meade, KJ Midgley, T Dijkstra, PJ Holcomb
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 30 (1), 70-85, 2018
Language effects in second-language learners: A longitudinal electrophysiological study of spanish classroom learning
L Soskey, PJ Holcomb, KJ Midgley
Brain research 1646, 44-52, 2016
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