Publications using Eelbrain

Ordered alphabetically according to authors’ last name:

[1]Esti Blanco-Elorrieta and Liina Pylkkänen. Bilingual language switching in the lab vs. in the wild: the spatio-temporal dynamics of adaptive language control. Journal of Neuroscience, pages 0553–17, 2017. URL:
[2]Christian Brodbeck, Laura Gwilliams, and Liina Pylkkänen. EEG can track the time course of successful reference resolution in small visual worlds. Frontiers in psychology, 6:1787, 2015. URL:
[3]Christian Brodbeck, Laura Gwilliams, and Liina Pylkkänen. Language in context: MEG evidence for modality general and specific responses to reference resolution. eNeuro, pages ENEURO–0145, 2016. URL:
[4]Christian Brodbeck, L Elliot Hong, and Jonathan Z Simon. Rapid transformation from auditory to linguistic representations of continuous speech. Current Biology, 28(24):3976–3983, 2018. URL:
[5]Christian Brodbeck, Alessandro Presacco, Samira Anderson, and Jonathan Z Simon. Over-representation of speech in older adults originates from early response in higher order auditory cortex. Acta Acustica united with Acustica, 104(5):774–777, 2018. URL:
[6]Christian Brodbeck, Alessandro Presacco, and Jonathan Z Simon. Neural source dynamics of brain responses to continuous stimuli: speech processing from acoustics to comprehension. NeuroImage, 172:162–174, 2018. URL:
[7]Christian Brodbeck and Liina Pylkkänen. Language in context: characterizing the comprehension of referential expressions with MEG. NeuroImage, 147:447–460, 2017. URL:
[8]Teon L Brooks and Daniela Cid de Garcia. Evidence for morphological composition in compound words using MEG. Frontiers in human neuroscience, 9:215, 2015. URL:
[9]Julien Dirani and Liina Pylkkanen. Lexical access in comprehension vs. production: spatiotemporal localization of semantic facilitation and interference. bioRxiv, pages 449157, 2018. URL:
[10]Graham Flick, Yohei Oseki, Amanda R Kaczmarek, Meera Al Kaabi, Alec Marantz, and Liina Pylkkänen. Building words and phrases in the left temporal lobe. Cortex, 2018. URL:
[11]Graham Flick and Liina Pylkkänen. Isolating syntax in natural language: MEG evidence for an early contribution of left posterior temporal cortex. BioRxiv, pages 439158, 2018. URL:
[12]Phoebe Gaston and Alec Marantz. The time course of contextual cohort effects in auditory processing of category-ambiguous words: MEG evidence for a single “clash” as noun or verb. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 33(4):402–423, 2018. URL:
[13]Laura Gwilliams, GA Lewis, and Alec Marantz. Functional characterisation of letter-specific responses in time, space and current polarity using magnetoencephalography. NeuroImage, 132:320–333, 2016. URL:
[14]Laura Gwilliams and Alec Marantz. Morphological representations are extrapolated from morpho-syntactic rules. Neuropsychologia, 114:77–87, 2018. URL:
[15]Thomas Hartmann and Nathan Weisz. Auditory cortical generators of the frequency following response are modulated by intermodal attention. NeuroImage, 203:116185, 2019. doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.116185.
[16]William Matchin, Christian Brodbeck, Christopher Hammerly, and Ellen Lau. The temporal dynamics of structure and content in sentence comprehension: evidence from fMRI-constrained MEG. Human brain mapping, 40(2):663–678, 2019. URL:
[17]Kyriaki Neophytou, Christina Manouilidou, Linnaea Stockall, and Alec Marantz. Syntactic and semantic restrictions on morphological recomposition: MEG evidence from greek. Brain and language, 183:11–20, 2018. URL:
[18]Krishna C Puvvada, Marisel Villafane-Delgado, Christian Brodbeck, and Jonathan Z Simon. Neural coding of noisy and reverberant speech in human auditory cortex. bioRxiv, pages 229153, 2017. URL:
[19]Victoria Sharpe, Samir Reddigari, Liina Pylkkänen, and Alec Marantz. Automatic access to verb continuations on the lexical and categorical levels: evidence from MEG. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 34(2):137–150, 2019. URL:
[20]Eline Verschueren, Jonas Vanthornhout, and Tom Francart. Semantic context enhances neural envelope tracking. bioRxiv, pages 421727, 2018. URL:
[21]Eline Verschueren, Jonas Vanthornhout, and Tom Francart. The effect of stimulus choice on an EEG-based objective measure of speech intelligibility. bioRxiv, pages 421727, 2019. URL:
[22]Adina Williams, Samir Reddigari, and Liina Pylkkänen. Early sensitivity of left perisylvian cortex to relationality in nouns and verbs. Neuropsychologia, 100:131–143, 2017. URL:
[23]Linmin Zhang and Liina Pylkkänen. Composing lexical versus functional adjectives: evidence for uniformity in the left temporal lobe. Psychonomic bulletin & review, 25(6):2309–2322, 2018. URL:
[24]Linmin Zhang and Liina Pylkkänen. Semantic composition of sentences word by word: MEG evidence for shared processing of conceptual and logical elements. Neuropsychologia, 119:392–404, 2018. URL: