Edith Kaan
Edith Kaan
Associate professor, Department of Linguistics, University of Florida
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The P600 as an index of syntactic integration difficulty
E Kaan, A Harris, E Gibson, P Holcomb
Language and cognitive processes 15 (2), 159-201, 2000
The brain circuitry of syntactic comprehension
E Kaan, TY Swaab
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (8), 350-356, 2002
Repair, revision, and complexity in syntactic analysis: An electrophysiological differentiation
E Kaan, TY Swaab
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 15 (1), 98-110, 2003
Predictive sentence processing in L2 and L1: What is different?
E Kaan
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 4 (2), 257-282, 2014
Event‐related potentials and language processing: A brief overview
E Kaan
Language and linguistics compass 1 (6), 571-591, 2007
Investigating the effects of distance and number interference in processing subject-verb dependencies: An ERP study
E Kaan
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 31 (2), 165-193, 2002
Processing subject-object ambiguities in Dutch
E Kaan
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 1997
Effects of native language and training on lexical tone perception: An event-related potential study
E Kaan, R Wayland, M Bao, CM Barkley
Brain research 1148, 113-122, 2007
Electrophysiological evidence for serial sentence processing: A comparison between non-preferred and ungrammatical continuations
E Kaan, TY Swaab
Cognitive Brain Research 17 (3), 621-635, 2003
Thai lexical tone perception in native speakers of Thai, English and Mandarin Chinese: An event-related potentials training study
E Kaan, CM Barkley, M Bao, R Wayland
BMC neuroscience 9 (1), 1-17, 2008
Effects of musical experience and training on pitch contour perception
R Wayland, E Herrera, E Kaan
Journal of Phonetics 38 (4), 654-662, 2010
Processing bare quantifiers in discourse
E Kaan, AC Dallas, CM Barkley
Brain research 1146, 199-209, 2007
Gapping: Electrophysiological evidence for immediate processing of “missing” verbs in sentence comprehension
E Kaan, F Wijnen, TY Swaab
Brain and Language 89 (3), 584-592, 2004
A minimalist approach to extraposition
E Kaan
Language and Cognition 2, 169-180, 1992
Effects of NP type on the resolution of word-order ambiguities
E Kaan
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 30 (5), 529-547, 2001
The sentence wrap-up dogma
LA Stowe, E Kaan, L Sabourin, RC Taylor
Cognition 176, 232-247, 2018
Representation and processing of multi-word expressions in the brain
A Siyanova-Chanturia, K Conklin, S Caffarra, E Kaan, WJB van Heuven
Brain and language 175, 111-122, 2017
Syntactic predictions in second-language sentence processing
E Kaan, A Dallas, F Wijnen, JW Zwart
J.-W. Zwart & M. de Vries (eds.), Structure preserved. Festschrift in the …, 2010
Second language processing of filler‐gap dependencies by late learners
A Dallas, E Kaan
Language and Linguistics Compass 2 (3), 372-388, 2008
Cross-serial dependencies in Dutch: Testing the influence of NP type on processing load
E Kaan, N Vasić
Memory & cognition 32 (2), 175-184, 2004
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