Karsten Steinhauer
Karsten Steinhauer
Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience; McGill University
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Brain potentials indicate immediate use of prosodic cues in natural speech processing
K Steinhauer, K Alter, AD Friederici
Nature neuroscience 2 (2), 191-196, 1999
Brain signatures of artificial language processing: Evidence challenging the critical period hypothesis
AD Friederici, K Steinhauer, E Pfeifer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (1), 529-534, 2002
Processing relative clauses varying on syntactic and semantic dimensions: An analysis with event-related potentials
A Mecklinger, H Schriefers, K Steinhauer, AD Friederici
Memory & Cognition 23 (4), 477-494, 1995
Explicit and implicit second language training differentially affect the achievement of native-like brain activation patterns
K Morgan-Short, K Steinhauer, C Sanz, MT Ullman
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (4), 933-947, 2012
Prosodic boundaries, comma rules, and brain responses: The closure positive shift in ERPs as a universal marker for prosodic phrasing in listeners and readers
K Steinhauer, AD Friederici
Journal of psycholinguistic research 30, 267-295, 2001
Lexical integration: Sequential effects of syntactic and semantic information
AD Friederici, K Steinhauer, S Frisch
Memory & cognition 27 (3), 438-453, 1999
Temporal dynamics of late second language acquisition: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
K Steinhauer, EJ White, JE Drury
Second Language Research 25 (1), 13-41, 2009
Second language acquisition of gender agreement in explicit and implicit training conditions: An event‐related potential study
K Morgan‐Short, C Sanz, K Steinhauer, MT Ullman
Language learning 60 (1), 154-193, 2010
On the early left-anterior negativity (ELAN) in syntax studies
K Steinhauer, JE Drury
Brain and language 120 (2), 135-162, 2012
Brain activity varies with modulation of dynamic pitch variance in sentence melody
M Meyer, K Steinhauer, K Alter, AD Friederici, DY von Cramon
Brain and language 89 (2), 277-289, 2004
Electrophysiological correlates of prosody and punctuation
K Steinhauer
Brain and language 86 (1), 142-164, 2003
Working memory constraints on syntactic ambiguity resolution as revealed by electrical brain responses
AD Friederici, K Steinhauer, A Mecklinger, M Meyer
Biological psychology 47 (3), 193-221, 1998
Syntactic parsing preferences and their on-line revisions: A spatio-temporal analysis of event-related brain potentials
AD Friederici, A Mecklinger, KM Spencer, K Steinhauer, E Donchin
Cognitive Brain Research 11 (2), 305-323, 2001
Handbook of the Neuroscience of Language
B Stemmer, HA Whitaker
Academic Press, 2008
Not all ambiguous words are created equal: An EEG investigation of homonymy and polysemy
E Klepousniotou, GB Pike, K Steinhauer, V Gracco
Brain and language 123 (1), 11-21, 2012
Event-related potentials (ERPs) in second language research: a brief introduction to the technique, a selected review, and an invitation to reconsider critical periods in L2
K Steinhauer
Applied Linguistics 35 (4), 393-417, 2014
Native-like brain processing of syntax can be attained by university foreign language learners
HW Bowden, K Steinhauer, C Sanz, MT Ullman
Neuropsychologia 51 (13), 2492-2511, 2013
Event-related potentials in the study of language.
K Steinhauer, JF Connolly
Concise Encyclopedia of Brain and Language. (edited by Harry Whitaker), 191-203, 2010
Event-Related Potentials in the Study of Language
K Steinhauer, JF Connolly
Handbook of the Neuroscience of Language, 91-104, 2008
Effects of cooperating and conflicting prosody in spoken English garden path sentences: ERP evidence for the boundary deletion hypothesis
E Pauker, I Itzhak, SR Baum, K Steinhauer
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 23 (10), 2731-2751, 2011
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