Milena Rabovsky
Milena Rabovsky
Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Potsdam
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Simulating the N400 ERP component as semantic network error: Insights from a feature-based connectionist attractor model of word meaning
M Rabovsky, K McRae
Cognition 132 (1), 68-89, 2014
832014
Modelling the N400 brain potential as change in a probabilistic representation of meaning
M Rabovsky, SS Hansen, JL McClelland
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (9), 693-705, 2018
772018
The time course of semantic richness effects in visual word recognition
M Rabovsky, W Sommer, R Abdel Rahman
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 6, 11, 2012
562012
Perceiving emotions in neutral faces: expression processing is biased by affective person knowledge
F Suess, M Rabovsky, R Abdel Rahman
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 10 (4), 531-536, 2015
422015
Depth of conceptual knowledge modulates visual processes during word reading
M Rabovsky, W Sommer, R Abdel Rahman
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 24 (4), 990-1005, 2012
402012
Language production is facilitated by semantic richness but inhibited by semantic density: Evidence from picture naming
M Rabovsky, DJ Schad, RA Rahman
Cognition 146, 240-244, 2016
352016
Implicit word learning benefits from semantic richness: Electrophysiological and behavioral evidence.
M Rabovsky, W Sommer, R Abdel Rahman
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (4), 1076, 2012
242012
Access to awareness for faces during continuous flash suppression is not modulated by affective knowledge
M Rabovsky, T Stein, R Abdel Rahman
PLoS One 11 (4), e0150931, 2016
212016
Is lexical access autonomous? Evidence from combining overlapping tasks with recording event-related brain potentials
M Rabovsky, CJ Álvarez, A Hohlfeld, W Sommer
Brain Research 1222, 156-165, 2008
202008
N400 amplitudes reflect change in a probabilistic representation of meaning: Evidence from a connectionist model
M Rabovsky, SS Hansen, JL McClelland
92016
Dissociating neural learning signals in human sign-and goal-trackers
DJ Schad, MA Rapp, M Garbusow, S Nebe, M Sebold, E Obst, C Sommer, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 4 (2), 201-214, 2020
82020
Clear judgments based on unclear evidence: Person evaluation is strongly influenced by untrustworthy gossip.
J Baum, M Rabovsky, SB Rose, R Abdel Rahman
Emotion, 2018
82018
Semantic knowledge enhances conscious awareness of visual objects
PD Weller, M Rabovsky, R Abdel Rahman
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 31 (8), 1216-1226, 2019
52019
Modelling the N400 brain potential as change in a probabilistic representation of meaning. Nature Human Behaviour, 2 (9), 693–705
M Rabovsky, SS Hansen, JL McClelland
52018
Quasi-compositional mapping from form to meaning: a neural network-based approach to capturing neural responses during human language comprehension
M Rabovsky, JL McClelland
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1791), 20190313, 2020
42020
Change in a probabilistic representation of meaning can account for N400 effects on articles: A neural network model
M Rabovsky
Neuropsychologia, 107466, 2020
32020
Attentional modulation of orthographic neighborhood effects during reading: Evidence from event-related brain potentials in a psychological refractory period paradigm
M Rabovsky, M Conrad, CJ Álvarez, J Paschke-Goldt, W Sommer
Plos one 14 (1), e0199084, 2019
22019
Semantic richness and density effects on language production: Electrophysiological and behavioral evidence
M Rabovsky, D Schad, RA Rahman
bioRxiv, 509000, 2020
12020
Implicit semantic prediction error can account for N400 effects on articles that do not differ in meaning: A neural network model
M Rabovsky
bioRxiv, 569020, 2019
12019
I like coffee with cream and dog? Change in an implicit probabilistic representation captures meaning processing in the brain
M Rabovsky, SS Hansen, JL McClelland
bioRxiv, 138149, 2018
12018
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