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Katherine DeLong
Katherine DeLong
Former Associate Project Scientist, University of California, San Diego
Verified email at ucsd.edu
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Probabilistic word pre-activation during language comprehension inferred from electrical brain activity
KA DeLong, TP Urbach, M Kutas
Nature neuroscience 8 (8), 1117-1121, 2005
14712005
A look around at what lies ahead: Prediction and predictability in language processing
M Kutas, KA DeLong, NJ Smith
Predictions in the brain: Using our past to generate a future 190207 (10.1093), 2011
4072011
Predictability, plausibility, and two late ERP positivities during written sentence comprehension
KA DeLong, L Quante, M Kutas
Neuropsychologia 61, 150-162, 2014
2572014
Pre‐processing in sentence comprehension: Sensitivity to likely upcoming meaning and structure
KA DeLong, M Troyer, M Kutas
Language and linguistics compass 8 (12), 631-645, 2014
1652014
Overlapping dual ERP responses to low cloze probability sentence continuations
KA Delong, TP Urbach, DM Groppe, M Kutas
Psychophysiology 48 (9), 1203-1207, 2011
1572011
Thinking ahead or not? Natural aging and anticipation during reading
KA DeLong, DM Groppe, TP Urbach, M Kutas
Brain and language 121 (3), 226-239, 2012
1402012
Comprehending surprising sentences: sensitivity of post-N400 positivities to contextual congruity and semantic relatedness
KA DeLong, M Kutas
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35 (8), 1044-1063, 2020
532020
Quantifiers are incrementally interpreted in context, more than less
TP Urbach, KA DeLong, M Kutas
Journal of memory and language 83, 79-96, 2015
502015
Is there a replication crisis? Perhaps. Is this an example? No: a commentary on Ito, Martin, and Nieuwland (2016)
KA DeLong, TP Urbach, M Kutas
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (8), 966-973, 2017
442017
Metaphors are physical and abstract: ERPs to metaphorically modified nouns resemble ERPs to abstract language
B Forgács, MD Bardolph, BD Amsel, KA DeLong, M Kutas
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9, 28, 2015
402015
Similar time courses for word form and meaning preactivation during sentence comprehension
KA DeLong, W Chan, M Kutas
Psychophysiology 56 (4), e13312, 2019
352019
Pre‐processing in sentence comprehension: Sensitivity to likely upcoming meaning and structure. Language and Linguistics Compass, 8 (12), 631–645
KA DeLong, M Troyer, M Kutas
Retrieved 2020-06-25, from https://onlinelibrary. wiley. com/doi/abs/10.1111 …, 2014
342014
Close, but no garlic: Perceptuomotor and event knowledge activation during language comprehension
BD Amsel, KA DeLong, M Kutas
Journal of memory and language 82, 118-132, 2015
312015
An exploratory data analysis of word form prediction during word-by-word reading
TP Urbach, KA DeLong, WH Chan, M Kutas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (34), 20483-20494, 2020
242020
Electrophysiological explorations of linguistic pre-activation and its consequences during online sentence processing
KA DeLong
University of California, San Diego, 2009
182009
A sampler of event-related brain potential (ERP) analyses of language processing
M Kutas, KA Delong
Brain research in language, 153-186, 2008
182008
Hemispheric differences and similarities in comprehending more and less predictable sentences
KA DeLong, M Kutas
Neuropsychologia 91, 380-393, 2016
162016
Offline dominance and zeugmatic similarity normings of variably ambiguous words assessed against a neural language model (BERT)
KA DeLong, S Trott, M Kutas
Behavior research methods 55 (4), 1537-1557, 2023
102023
Testing limits: ERP evidence for word form preactivation during speeded sentence reading
KA DeLong, W Chan, M Kutas
Psychophysiology 58 (2), e13720, 2021
82021
From Phonemes to Discourse: Event- Related Brain Potential (ERP) Componentry and Paradigms for Investigating Normal and Abnormal Language Processing
M Kutas, KA DeLong, M Kiang
The Handbook of Psycholinguistic and Cognitive Processes: Perspectives in …, 2011
32011
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