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David Kemmerer
David Kemmerer
E-mail megerősítve itt: purdue.edu
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Phonotactics and syllable stress: Implications for the processing of spoken nonsense words
MS Vitevitch, PA Luce, J Charles-Luce, D Kemmerer
Language and speech 40 (1), 47-62, 1997
4501997
Neuroanatomical distribution of five semantic components of verbs: Evidence from fMRI
D Kemmerer, JG Castillo, T Talavage, S Patterson, C Wiley
Brain and language 107 (1), 16-43, 2008
4072008
Neural correlates of conceptual knowledge for actions
D Tranel, D Kemmerer, R Adolphs, H Damasio, AR Damasio
Cognitive Neuropsychology 20 (3-6), 409-432, 2003
3812003
A positron emission tomographic study of regular and irregular verb morphology in English
JJ Jaeger, AH Lockwood, DL Kemmerer, RD Van Valin Jr, BW Murphy, ...
Language, 451-497, 1996
3271996
Behavioral patterns and lesion sites associated with impaired processing of lexical and conceptual knowledge of actions
D Kemmerer, D Rudrauf, K Manzel, D Tranel
Cortex 48 (7), 826-848, 2012
2962012
Cognitive neuroscience of language
D Kemmerer
Psychology Press, 2014
2442014
The two-level theory of verb meaning: An approach to integrating the semantics of action with the mirror neuron system
D Kemmerer, J Gonzalez-Castillo
Brain and language 112 (1), 54-76, 2010
2302010
“Near” and “far” in language and perception
D Kemmerer
Cognition 73 (1), 35-63, 1999
1751999
Verb retrieval in brain-damaged subjects: 1. Analysis of stimulus, lexical, and conceptual factors
D Kemmerer, D Tranel
Brain and Language 73 (3), 347-392, 2000
1692000
The spatial and temporal meanings of English prepositions can be independently impaired
D Kemmerer
Neuropsychologia 43 (5), 797-806, 2005
1632005
The semantics of space: Integrating linguistic typology and cognitive neuroscience
D Kemmerer
Neuropsychologia 44 (9), 1607-1621, 2006
1582006
Are the motor features of verb meanings represented in the precentral motor cortices? Yes, but within the context of a flexible, multilevel architecture for conceptual knowledge
D Kemmerer
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22 (4), 1068-1075, 2015
1562015
Sex differences in brain regions activated by grammatical and reading tasks
JJ Jaeger, AH Lockwood, RD Van Valin Jr, DL Kemmerer, BW Murphy, ...
Neuroreport 9 (12), 2803-2807, 1998
1511998
A functional role for motor simulation in identifying tools
JK Witt, D Kemmerer, SA Linkenauger, J Culham
Psychological science 21 (9), 1215-1219, 2010
1252010
A double dissociation between the meanings of action verbs and locative prepositions
D Kemmerer, D Tranel
Neurocase 9 (5), 421-435, 2003
1232003
A double dissociation between linguistic and perceptual representations of spatial relationships
D Kemmerer, D Tranel
Cognitive Neuropsychology 17 (5), 393-414, 2000
1112000
Neuroanatomical correlates of locative prepositions
D Tranel, D Kemmerer
Cognitive Neuropsychology 21 (7), 719-749, 2004
1002004
The Cross‐Linguistic Prevalence of SOV and SVO Word Orders Reflects the Sequential and Hierarchical Representation of Action in Broca’s Area
D Kemmerer
Language and Linguistics Compass 6 (1), 50-66, 2012
912012
14 HOW WORDS CAPTURE VISUAL EXPERIENCE
D Kemmerer
Words and the mind: How words capture human experience, 2010
852010
Grammatically relevant and grammatically irrelevant features of verb meaning can be independently impaired
D Kemmerer
Aphasiology 14 (10), 997-1020, 2000
822000
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