Fang Wang
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Top-down modulation of early print-tuned neural activity in reading
F Wang, U Maurer
Neuropsychologia 102, 29-38, 2017
Development of print-speech integration in the brain of beginning readers with varying reading skills
F Wang, II Karipidis, G Pleisch, G Fraga-González, S Brem
Frontiers in human neuroscience 14, 289, 2020
Re-examination of Chinese semantic processing and syntactic processing: evidence from conventional ERPs and reconstructed ERPs by residue iteration decomposition (RIDE)
F Wang, G Ouyang, C Zhou, S Wang
PloS one 10 (1), e0117324, 2015
Interaction of top-down category-level expectation and bottom-up sensory input in early stages of visual-orthographic processing
F Wang, U Maurer
Neuropsychologia 137, 107299, 2020
Distinct neural sources underlying visual word form processing as revealed by steady state visual evoked potentials (SSVEP)
F Wang, B Kaneshiro, CB Strauber, L Hasak, QTH Nguyen, A Yakovleva, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 18229, 2021
Lexical and sublexical cortical tuning for print revealed by steady‐state visual evoked potentials (SSVEPs) in early readers
F Wang, QTH Nguyen, B Kaneshiro, L Hasak, AM Wang, EY Toomarian, ...
Developmental science 26 (4), e13352, 2023
Progress in elementary school reading linked to growth of cortical responses to familiar letter combinations within visual word forms
F Wang, B Kaneshiro, EY Toomarian, RS Gosavi, LR Hasak, S Moron, ...
Developmental Science 27 (2), e13435, 2024
Early detection of sublexical and lexical processing in beginning readers: evidence from Steady-State Visual Evoked Potentials (SSVEPs)
F Wang, QTH Nguyen, B Kaneshiro, L Hasak, AM Wang, EY Toomarian, ...
bioRxiv, 2021.12. 07.471641, 2021
The time course of semantic and syntactic processing in reading Chinese: A demonstration of using residue iteration decomposition (RIDE) in a rapid serial visual presentation …
S Wang, F Wang, G Ouyang, C Zhou
International Journal of Psychophysiology 2 (94), 140, 2014
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