Publications of Lars Meyer

Journal Article (48)

2024
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Lo, C.; Meyer, L.: Chunk boundaries disrupt dependency processing in an AG: Reconciling incremental processing and discrete sampling. PLoS One 19 (6), e0305333 (2024)
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Lamekina, Y.; Titone, L.; Maess, B.; Meyer, L.: Speech prosody serves temporal prediction of language via contextual entrainment. The Journal of Neuroscience, e1041232024 (2024)
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Momenian, M.; Vaghefi, M.; Sadeghi, H.; Momtazi, S.; Meyer, L.: Language prediction in monolingual and bilingual speakers: An EEG study. Scientific Reports 14 (1), 6818 (2024)
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Cheung, V. K. M.; Harrison, P. M. C.; Koelsch, S.; Pearce, M. T.; Friederici, A. D.; Meyer, L.: Cognitive and sensory expectations independently shape musical expectancy and pleasure. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 379 (1895), 20220420 (2024)
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Osorio, S.; Straube, B.; Meyer, L.; He, Y.: The role of co-speech gestures in retrieval and prediction during naturalistic multimodal narrative processing. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 39 (3), pp. 367 - 382 (2024)
2023
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Menn, K.; Männel, C.; Meyer, L.: Does electrophysiological maturation shape language acquisition? Perspectives on Psychological Science 18 (6), pp. 1271 - 1281 (2023)
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Menn, K.; Männel, C.; Meyer, L.: Phonological acquisition depends on the timing of speech sounds: Deconvolution EEG modeling across the first five years. Science Advances 9 (44), eadh2560 (2023)
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Lo, C.; Anderson, M.; Henke, L.; Meyer, L.: Periodic fluctuations in reading times reflect multi-word-chunking. Scientific Reports 13 (1), 18522 (2023)
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Lo, C.; Henke, L.; Martorell, J.; Meyer, L.: When linguistic dogma rejects a neuroscientific hypothesis. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 24 (11), 725 (2023)
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Plueckebaum, H.; Meyer, L.; Beck, A.; Menn, K.: The developmental trajectory of functional excitation‐inhibition balance relates to language abilities in autistic and allistic children. Autism Research 16 (9), pp. 1681 - 1692 (2023)
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Abbasi, O.; Kluger, D. S.; Chalas, N.; Steingräber, N.; Meyer, L.; Gross, J.: Predictive coordination of breathing during intra-personal speaking and listening. iScience 26 (8), 107281 (2023)
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Siemons-Lühring, D. I.; Hesping, A. E.; Euler, H. A.; Meyer, L.; Gietmann, C.; Suchan, B.; Neumann, K.: Spelling proficiency of children with a resolved phonological speech sound disorder treated with an integrated approach: A long-term follow-up randomized controlled trial. Children 10 (7), 1154 (2023)
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Henke, L.; Lewis, A. G.; Meyer, L.: Fast and slow rhythms of naturalistic reading revealed by combined eye-tracking and electroencephalography. The Journal of Neuroscience 43 (24), pp. 4461 - 4469 (2023)
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Kielar, A.; Shah-Basak, P.; Meyer, L.; Fujioka, T.: Editorial: Oscillatory brain activity as a marker of brain function and dysfunction in aging and in neurodegenerative disorders. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 15, 1153150 (2023)
2022
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Lamekina, Y.; Meyer, L.: Entrainment to speech prosody influences subsequent sentence comprehension. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 38 (3), pp. 263 - 276 (2022)
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Menn, K.; Michel, C.; Meyer, L.; Hoehl, S.; Männel, C.: Natural infant-directed speech facilitates neural tracking of prosody. NeuroImage 251, 118991 (2022)
2021
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Henke, L.; Meyer, L.: Endogenous oscillations time-constrain linguistic segmentation: Cycling the garden path. Cerebral Cortex 31 (9), pp. 4289 - 4299 (2021)
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Meyer, L.; Lakatos, P.; He, Y.: Language dysfunction in schizophrenia: Assessing neural tracking to characterize the underlying disorder(s)? Frontiers in Neuroscience 15, 640502 (2021)
2020
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Meyer, L.; Sun, Y.; Martin, A. E.: “Entraining” to speech, generating language? Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35 (9), pp. 1138 - 1148 (2020)
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Meyer, L.; Schaadt, G.: Aberrant prestimulus oscillations in developmental dyslexia support an underlying attention shifting deficit. Cerebral Cortex Communications 1 (1), tgaa006 (2020)
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