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Selected Publications

  • Brumm, K., Swinney, D., Haist, F., Love, T. (2008). An Investigation of the Effects of Syntactic Complexity, Task Demand, and Rate of Speech Input on the Neural Correlates of Sentence Comprehension. Presented at Human Brain Mapping. June, 2008. Melbourne, Australia. Download
  • Callahan, S.M., Nicol, J., Love, T., Witzel, J.D., Swinney, D. (2008). The Effects of Anaphor Form and Antecedent Type on Anaphoric Processing. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. April, 2008. San Francisco, CA. Download
  • Callahan, S.M., Shapiro, L.P., Love, T. (2008). The Activation of Verbs in Sentences Involving Verb Phrase Anaphors. Presented at the 16th Annual CUNY Conference on Sentence Processing. March, 2008. Chapel Hill, NC. Download
  • Cornew, L., Carver, L., Love, T. (2008). The Time Course of Processing Emotional Prosody: Behavioral and Electrophysiological Investigations. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. April, 2008. San Francisco, CA. Download
  • Brumm, K., Liu, T., Perthen, J., Haist, F., Love, T. (2007). An Investigation of Cerebral Perfusion in Aphasia Using Arterial Spin Labeling. Presented at Human Brain Mapping. June, 2007. Chicago, IL. Download
  • Brumm, K., Liu, T., Perthen, J., Haist, F., Love, T. (2007). An Investigation of Perfusion in Stroke Survivors. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. May, 2007. New York, NY. Download
  • Callahan, S.M., Nicol, J., Love, T., Swinney, D. (2007). All Pronouns are not created equal: The Processing and Interpretation of Null and Overt Pronouns in Spanish. Presented at the 15th Annual CUNY Conference on Sentence Processing. March, 2007. San Diego, CA. Download
  • Callahan, S.M., Nicol, J., Love, T., Swinney, D. (2007). An Event-Related Study of the Processing of Different Types fo Anaphora. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. May, 2007. New York, NY. Download
  • Cornew, L., Love, T., Batten, G., Carver, L. (2007). There's more to emotion than meets the eye: Processing of emotional prosody in the auditory domain. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. May, 2007. New York, NY. Download
  • Downey, R., Love, T., Swinney, D. (2007) Making "It" Concrete: An Examination of Antecedent Concreteness in Pronominal Co-Reference Using Event-related Potentials. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. May, 2007. New York, NY.
  • Love, T., Swinney, D., Walenski, M., Zurif, E. (2007). How Left Inferior Frontal Cortex Participates in Syntactic Processing: Evidence from Aphasia. Brain and Language doi:10.1016/j.bandl.2007.11.004. Download
  • Love, T. (2007). The Processing of Non-canonically ordered Constituents in Long Distance Dependencies by pre-school children: A real-time investigation. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 36, 191-206. Download
  • Poirier, J., Haist, F., Gebelin, L., Love, T. (2007). Neural Underpinnings of rate of speech input on auditory sentence comprehension in Aphasic and Unimpaired adults: an FMRI investigation. Presented at TENNET XVII. June, 2007. Montreal, Canada. Download
  • Poirier, J., Shapiro, L., Love, T., Swinney, D. (2007). Processing of Verb-Phrase Ellipsis: Evidence for Preserved Processing Reflexes in Aphasia. Presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting. May 2007. New York, NY Download
  • Swinney, D., Love, T., Walenski, M. and Smith, E.E. (2007). Conceptual Combination during Sentence Comprehension: Evidence for compositional processes. Psychological Science, 18(5), 397-400 Download Supplement: Stimuli
  • Wright, H., Downey, R., Gravier, M., Love, T., Shapiro, L (2007). Processing distinct linguistic information types in working memory in aphasia. Aphasiology, 21(6/7/8), 802-813 Download
  • Crowan, L, Carver, L. and Love, T. (Submitted). There's more to emotion than meets the eye: Processing of emotional prosody in the auditory domain. Submitted to Emotion
  • Callahan, S., Nicol, J., Love, T. and Swinney, D. (Submitted). The Processing and Interpretation of Null and Overt Pronouns by Bilingual and Monolingual Speakers of Spanish. Submitted to Language and Cognitive Processes.
  • Nicol, J., Swinney, D., Love, T. and Hald, L. (2006). The on-line study of sentence comprehension: examination of dual task paradigms. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, v35 (3) 215-231.
  • Love, T., Haist, F., Nicol, J and Swinney, D. (2006). A functional neuroimaging investigation of the roles of structural complexity and task-demand during auditory sentence processing. Special Issue: Integrative Models of Broca's area and the Ventral premotor cortex. Schubotz and Feibach (Eds.). Cortex, 42(4), 577-590.
  • Ahrens, K and Love, T (2006). "Magic Markers". Chicken Soup for the Mothers of Preschooler's Soul: Stories to Refresh the Soul and Rekindle the Spirit of Moms of Little Ones. Canfield, Morgan, Hansen, Nickless (Eds). Health Communications. Deerfield Beach, FL.
  • Archer, JS, Love-Geffen, T, Herbst, K and Chang, RJ. (2006). The effect of estradiol versus estradiol and testosterone on brain activation patterns of postmenopausal women". Menopause, 13(3), 528-537.
  • Humphries, C., Love, T., Swinney, D., Hickok, G. (2005). Response of Anterior Temporal Cortex to Syntactic and Prosodic Manipulations During Sentence Processing. Human Brain Mapping, v26 (2), p128-138.
  • Ullman, M., Izvorski, R, Love, T., Yee, E., Swinney, D. and Hickok, G. (2005). The Role of Grammar and Lexicon in the Computation of Inflection in Anterior and Posterior Aphasia. Brain and Language, 93, p185-238.
  • Buchsbaum, B., Pickell, B., Love, T., Hatrak, M., Bellugi, U., Hickok, G. (2005). Neural Substrates for Verbal Working Memory in Deaf Signers: fMRI Study and Lesion Case Report. Brain and Language, 95, 265-272.
  • Pickell, H., Klima, E., Love, T., Kritchevsky, M., Bellugi, U and Hickok, G. (2005). Sign language aphasia following right hemisphere damage in a left-hander: A case of reversed cerebral dominance in a deaf signer? Neurocase, 11, 194-203.
  • Love, T., Swinney, D., Haist, F., Nicol, J., Buxton, R. (2003). Task-demand modulation of activation in Broca's area. Download
  • Love, T., Maas, E., Swinney, D. (2003). The Influence of Language Exposure on Lexical and Syntactic Language Processing. Journal of Experimental PsychologyDownload
  • Love, T., & Oster, E. (2002). On the categorization of Aphasic typologies: The SOAP (A test of syntactic complexity). Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 31 (5), 503-529.  Download
  • Hickok, G., Love, T., & Klima, E. (2002). Role of the left hemishpere in sign language comprehension. Brain and Language, 82, 167-178.  Download
  • Love, T. , Swinney ,D., Wong , E. , and Buxton, R.  (2002). Perfusion Imaging and Stroke: a more sensitive measure of the Brain Bases of Cognitive Deficits.  Aphasiology, 16 (9), 873-883.  Download
  • Swinney, D. and Love, T. (2002). Context effects on lexical processing during auditory sentence comprehension; on the time course and neurological bases of a basic comprehension process. In: Witruk, Friederici, Lachmann (Eds.). Basic Functions of Language, Reading and Reading Disability , Kluwer Academic (Section 2, ch 1, pp25-40).  Download
  • Hillert, D. & Swinney, D. (2001). The processing of fixed expressions during sentence comprehension. In:  Cienki, A., Luka, B.J., & Smith, M.B. (Eds.)  Conceptual and Discourse Factors in Linguistic Structure, CSLI Publications, Stanford, Ca, 107-122.  Download
  • Swinney, D., Love, T., Nicol, J., Bouck, V., Hald, L. A. (2000).Neuroanatomical Organization of Sentential Processing Operations: Evidence from aphasia on the (modular) processing of discontinuous dependencies (chapter 3, pp 51-66). In R. Bastiannse & Y. Grodzinsky (Eds.) Grammatical disorders in aphasia:  a neurolinguistic perspective. London: Whurr Publishers.  Download
  • Swinney, D., Prather, P. & Love, T. (2000). The Time-Course of Lexical Access and the Role of Context: Converging Evidence from Normal and Aphasic Processing  In: Grodzinsky, Y., Shapiro, L. P., Swinney, D. A. (Eds.) Language and the Brain: Representation and Processing. Academic Press. N.Y., pp.273-294. Download
  • Swinney, D.  (2000) Understanding the Behavioral-Methodology / Language-Processing Interface.  Brain and Language, 71, 241-244. Download
  • Friedmann, N. (2000). Moving Verbs in Agrammatic Production. In: Grodzinsky, Y., Shapiro, L. P., Swinney, D. A. (Eds.) Language and the Brain: Representation and Processing. Academic Press. N.Y., pp.273-294. Download
  • Nicol, J., and Swinney, D. (1999). The Psycholinguistics of Anaphora. Download
  • Awh, E., Jonides, J., Smith, E.E., Buxton, R., Frank, L., Love, T., Wong, E.C., and Gmeindl L. (1999). Rehearsal in Spatial Working Memory: Evidence from Neuroimaging. Psychological Science, 10 (5), 433-437. Download
  • Hillert, D., and Swinney, D. (1999). The Processing of Fixed Expressions during Sentence Comprehension. In: Conceptual Structure, Discourse, and Language, 4, SLI Press, Stanford.  Download
  • Swinney, D. (1999). Aphasia   In: Wilson , R. and Keil, F. (Eds.)  MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences,: MIT Press, Cambridge, Ma. (pp.31-32).  Download
  • Swinney, D. and T. Love (1998). The Processing of Discontinuous Dependencies in Language and Music.  Music Perception, 16 (1), 63-78.  Download
  • Balogh, J., Zurif, E., Prather, P., Swinney, D. and Finkel, L. (1998). Gap Filling and End-of-Sentence Effects in Real-time Language processing:  Implications for modelling sentence comprehension in aphasia. Brain and Language, 61, 169-182.  Download
  • Shapiro, L., Swinney, D., & Borsky, S. (1998). On-line examination of language performance in normal and neurologically-impaired adults.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 7 (1), 49-60.  Download
  • Love, T. & Swinney, D. (1998). The Influence of Canonical Word Order on Structural Processing. In D. Hillert (Ed.) Psycholinguistics: a Cross-Linguistic Perspective. [Volume 31 of Syntax and Semantics], pp153-166. Academic Press, N.Y.  Download
  • Prather, P., Zurif, E., Love, T., and Brownell, H. (1997). Speed of lexical activation in non-fluent Broca’s aphasia and fluent Wernicke’s aphasia. Brain and Language,
    59, 391-411.  Download
  • Nicol, J., Swinney, D., Love, T., and Hald, L.A. (1997). Examination of Sentence Processing with Continuous vs. Interrupted Presentation Paradigms. Center for Human Information Processing, University of California San Diego.  Download
  • Hickok, G., Love, T., Swinney, D., Wong, E.C., Buxton, R.B. (1997)  Functional MR Imaging of Auditorily Presented Words: A Single-Item Presentation Paradigm. Brain and Language, 58, 197-201. Download
  • Love, T. and Swinney, D. (1996) Coreference Processing and Levels of Analysis in Object-Relative Constructions; Demonstration of Antecedent Reactivation with the Cross-Modal Priming Paradigm. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 25 (1), 5-24. Download
  • Swinney, D. Zurif, E., Prather, P., and Love, T. (1996) Neurological Distribution of Processing Operations Underlying Language Comprehension. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 8 (2), 174-184. Download
  • Swinney, D. and Zurif, E. (1995) Syntactic Processing in Aphasia. Brain and Language, 50, 225-239.  Download
  • Zurif, E., Swinney, D., Prather, P, Wingfield, A. and Brownell, H.  (1995)  The allocation of memory resources during sentence comprehension: evidence from the elderly. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 24 (3), 165-182.  Download
  • Ahrens, K. and Swinney, D. (1995) Participant Roles and the Processing of Verbs during Sentence Comprehension.  Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 24 (6) 533-547.  Download
  • Nicol, J., Fodor, J. D., Swinney, D. (1994). Using Cross-Modal lexical decision tasks to investigate sentence processing.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, vol. 20, 5, 1229-1238.  Download
  • Zurif, E. Swinney, D  Prather ,P. and Love, T. (1994)  Functional localization in the brain with respect to syntactic processing.  Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 23(6), 487-498.  Download
  • Zurif, E. and Swinney, D. (1994). The Neuropsychology of Language.   In: Gernsbacher, M. A. (Ed.) Handbook of Psycholinguistics  Academic Press, Inc., Orlando, Fla.  Download
  • Osterhout, L., Holcomb, P.J., and Swinney, D.  (1994). Brain Potentials Elicited by Garden-Path Sentences: Evidence of the application of verb information during parsing. 
    Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 20 (4), 786-803.  Download
  • Swinney, D. And Zurif, E.  (1994)  The neurological organization of lexical and structural operations in sentence comprehension: findings and methodological considerations. Linguistische Berichte: [Special Issue: Linguistics and Cognitive Neuroscience], vol. 6, 234-244. Download
  • Osterhout. L. and Swinney, D. (1993). On the temporal course of gap-filling during comprehension of verbal passives. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 22 (2), 273-286.  Download
  • Zurif, E., Swinney, D., Prather, P., Solomon, J. and Bushell, C. (1993).  An on-line analysis of syntactic processing in Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia, Brain and Language, 45, 448-464.  Download
  • Smith, E. E. and Swinney, D. (1992). The role of schemas in reading text:  a real-time examination. Discourse Processes, 15, 303-316.  Download
  • Swinney, D. (1991). The resolution of indeterminacy during language comprehension: evidence from lexical and structural processing.  In G. Simpson (Ed.) Understanding Word and Sentence  (Advances in Psychology Series) North-Holland, Amsterdam. Download
  • Prather, P., Shapiro, L., Zurif, E., Shapiro, L., and Swinney, D. (1991). Real-time examinations of lexical processing in aphasics.  Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 20, 3, 271-281.  Download
  • Stern, C. Prather, P. Swinney, D., Zurif, E. (1991). The time-course of automatic lexical access and aging. Brain and Language, 40, 359-372.  Download
  • Zurif, E., Swinney, D.  and, Fodor, J..A. (1991).  An evaluation of assumptions underlying the single-patient-only position in neuropsychological research  Brain and Cognition, 16, 198-210.  Download
  • Kanarek, R. and Swinney, D. (1990). Effects of Food Snacks on Cognitive Performance in Male College Students, Appetite: a journal of behavior and nutrition, 14, 15-27.  Download
  • Zurif, E., Swinney, D. and Garrett, M. (1990). Lexical processing and sentence comprehension in aphasia.  In: Caramazza, A. (Ed.) Cognitive Neuropsychology and Neurolinguistics: advances in models of cognitive function and impairment, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, New York.  Download
  • Swinney, D. and Osterhout, L. (1990). Inference generation during auditory language comprehension.  In: Graesser, A. C. and Bower, G. H. (Eds.) Inference and Text ComprehensionThe Psychology of Learning and Motivation, 25, Academic Press, San Diego.  Download
  • Nicol, J. and Swinney, D. (1989). The role of structure in co reference assignment during sentence comprehension.  Journal of Psycholinguistics Research: Special Issue on Sentence Processing, 18 (1), 5-24.  Download
  • Swinney, D. and Prather, P. (1989).  On the comprehension of lexical ambiguity by young children: investigations into the development of mental modularity.  In Gorfein, D.  (Ed.) Resolving Semantic Ambiguity, Springer-Verlag, New York.  Download
  • Swinney, D., Zurif, E., and Nicol, J. (1989). The effects of focal brain damage on sentence processing:  an examination of the neurological organization of a mental module.  Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 1, 25-37.  Download
  • Osterhout, L. and Swinney, D. (1989). On the role of the simplicity heuristic in language processing: evidence from structural and inferential processing.  Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 18 (6), 553-562.  Download
  • Prather, P. and D. Swinney. (1988). Lexical Processing and Ambiguity Resolution: An autonomous process in an interactive "box".  In Small, S. L., G. W. Cottrell, and M. K. Tanenhaus. (Eds.) Lexical Ambiguity Resolution. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc., San Mateo, CA.  Download
  • Cutler, A. and D. Swinney. (1987). Prosody and the Development of Comprehension. Journal of Child Language, 14, (1), 145-167.  Download
  • Grodzinsky, Y., Zurif, E., and Swinney, D. (1985). Agrammatism: Structural deficits and antecedent processing. In: M.L. Kean (Ed.) Agrammatism. Wiley Publishing Co., New York, pp 65-81.  Download
  • Swinney, D. (1984). Theoretical and Methodological Issues in Cognitive Science: a Psycholinguistic Perspective.  In: W. Kintsch, J. Miller, P. Polson (Eds.).  Methods and Tactics in Cognitive Science, Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, Hillsdale, N.J.  Download
  • Swinney, D. (1982). The Structure and Time-Course of Information Interaction during Speech ComprehensioN:  Lexical Segmentation, Access, and Interpretation.  In Mehler, J., E. T. C. Walker, and M. Garrett (Eds.) Perspectives on Mental Representation, Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, Hillsdale, N.J.  Download
  • Swinney, D. (1981). Lexical Processing during Sentence Comprehension:  Effects of higher order constraints and implications for representation.  In: T. Meyers, J. Laver, and J. Anderson (Eds.) The Cognitive Representation of Speech, North-Holland Publishing Co., (Advances in Psychology Series) Amsterdam.  Download
  • Onifer, W. and Swinney, D. (1981). Accessing lexical ambiguities during sentence comprehension:  Effects of frequency-of-meaning and contextual bias. Memory and Cognition, 9,(3), 225-236.  Download
  • Swinney, D. (1981). The process of language comprehension:  an approach to examining issues in cognition and language.  Cognition, 10, 307-312.  Download
  • Swinney, D. and Prather, P. (1980). Phoneme identification: The role of within-syllable context in monitoring for syllable-initial consonants. Perception and Psychophysics, 27(2), 104-110.  Download
  • Swinney, D., Zurif, E., and Cutler, A. (1980). Effects of sentential stress and word class upon comprehension in Broca's aphasics. Brain and Language, 10, 132-144.  Download
  • Swinney, D., Onifer, W., Prather, P., and Hirshkowitz, M. (1979). Semantic facilitation across sensory modalities in the processing of individual words and sentences. Memory and Cognition, 7(3), 54-178.  Download
  • Swinney, D. and Cutler, A. (1979). The access and processing of idiomatic expressions. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 18, 523-534.  Download
  • Swinney, D. (1979). Lexical access during sentence comprehension: (Re)consideration of context effects.  Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 18, 645-660.  Download
  • Keefe, B. and Swinney, D. (1979). On the relationship of hemispheric specialization and developmental dyslexia. Cortex, 15, 471-481.  Download
  • Swinney, D. and Hakes, D. (1976). Effects of prior context upon lexical access during sentence comprehension. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 15, 681-689.  Download
  • Foss, D. and Swinney, D. (1973). On the psychological reality of the phoneme: Perception, identification, and consciousness, Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behavior, 12, 246-257.  Download
  • Taylor, O. and Swinney, D. (1972). The Onset of Language.  In Irwin and Marge (Eds.) Principles of Childhood Language Disabilities, Appleton-Century-Crofts / Prentice-Hall, N.Y.  Download
  • Swinney, D. and Taylor, O. (1971). Short-term memory recognition search in aphasics. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 14, 578-588.  Download

 

  

 
 

 

 

 

 

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