Publikationen von Lars Meyer

Vortrag (45)

2011
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Meyer, L.: Building up scientific networks in Erasmus Mundus: from student to graduate to PhD networking. Erasmus Employability Workshop, Leuven, Belgium (2011)
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Meyer, L.: Before, after and during being a student in the EMCL. Symposium in Honor of Ria De Bleser, Potsdam, Germany (2011)
2007
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Meyer, L.: Funktionalismus und Formalismus im Rekurs auf Humboldt and Saussure. 29. Jahrestagung der DGfS, Siegen (2007)
2006
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Meyer, L.: Valenz im Kontext. 39. StuTS, Bern, Switzerland (2006)

Poster (64)

2022
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Lo, C.; Anderson, M.; Henke, L.; Meyer, L.: Periodic chunking of language: Rhythmic neuronal processing mirrored in self-paced reading? 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Philadelphia, PA, USA (2022)
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Lo, C.; Meyer, L.: Do segment boundaries disrupt the processing of non-adjacent dependencies? Evidence from neural frequency tagging and ERPs. 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Philadelphia, PA, USA (2022)
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Menn, K.; Männel, C.; Meyer, L.: Is feature timing key to phonological acquisition? Naturalistic evidence from EEG encoding models across the first five years of life. 14th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Philadelphia, PA, USA (2022)
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Menn, K.; Männel, C.; Meyer, L.: Slow phonological features provide a stepping-stone for infants’ phoneme acquisition: Evidence from naturalistic speech processing using EEG encoding. 11th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Leipzig, Germany (2022)
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Henke, L.; Meyer, L.: Temporal constraints on the learning of multi-word chunks? 4th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Advances in Statistical Learning, San Sebastián, Spain (2022)
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Lamekina, Y.; Meyer, L.: Prosodic entrainment influences sentence comprehension. 11th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School , Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany (2022)
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Titone, L.; Ten Oever, S.; Martin, A. E.; Nikulin, V. V.; Meyer, L.: Distinct neural circuits for tracking prosodic and statistical regularities in speech? International Conference on Interdisciplinary Advances in Statistical Learning, San Sebastián, Spain (2022)
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Titone, L.; Ten Oever, S.; Martin, A. E.; Nikulin, V. V.; Meyer, L.: Neural oscillations in language processing: Tracking and predicting. 11th IMPRS NeuroCom Summer School, Leipzig, Germany (2022)
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Henke, L.; Lewis, A. G.; Meyer, L.: Fast and slow rhythms of reading revealed by simultaneous eye-tracking and EEG. 29th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS) , San Francisco, CA, USA (2022)
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Meyer, L.; Anderson, M.; Henke, L.; Lo, C.-W.: Periodic chunking of language: Rhythmic neuronal processing mirrored in self-paced reading? 29th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (CNS), San Francisco, CA, USA (2022)
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Titone, L.; Ten Oever, S.; Martin, A. E.; Meyer, L.: The role of oscillations for the prediction of when and what during language comprehension. 29th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA, USA (2022)
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Henke, L.; Meyer, L.: From high to low and back again: Rhythmic changes in relative clause attachment? 35th Annual Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Virtual (2022)
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Berg, M.; Meyer, L.; Plueckebaum, H.; Menn, K.: Developmental trajectories of neural tracking in developmental dyslexia. 2022 Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Virtual (2022)
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Plueckebaum, H.; Meyer, L.; Berg, M.; Menn, K.: The relationship between critical brain dynamics, autism symptoms and language abilities during development. 2022 Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development, Virtual (2022)
2021
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Menn, K.; Michel, C.; Meyer, L.; Hoehl, S.; Männel, C.: Infants show increased neural tracking of intonation during natural infant-directed speech. 46th Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD), Virtual (2021)
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Menn, K.; Michel, C.; Meyer, L.; Hoehl, S.; Männel, C.: Infants show increased neural tracking of intonation during natural infant-directed speech. 13th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, Virtual (2021)
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