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Matthew Walenski
Matthew Walenski
Communication Sciences and Disorders, East Carolina University
Verified email at ecu.edu
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The neurocognition of developmental disorders of language
MT Ullman, FS Earle, M Walenski, K Janacsek
Annual review of psychology 71 (1), 389-417, 2020
1832020
Language in autism.
M Walenski, H Tager-Flusberg, MT Ullman
CRC Press/Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2006
154*2006
Neural networks for sentence comprehension and production: An ALE‐based meta‐analysis of neuroimaging studies
M Walenski, E Europa, D Caplan, CK Thompson
Human brain mapping 40 (8), 2275-2304, 2019
1502019
Linguistic and cognitive prominence in anaphor resolution: Topic, contrastive focus and pronouns
HW Cowles, M Walenski, R Kluender
Topoi 26, 3-18, 2007
1492007
How left inferior frontal cortex participates in syntactic processing: Evidence from aphasia
T Love, D Swinney, M Walenski, E Zurif
Brain and Language 107 (3), 203-219, 2008
1392008
Brief report: enhanced picture naming in autism
M Walenski, SH Mostofsky, JC Gidley-Larson, MT Ullman
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 38, 1395-1399, 2008
942008
Functional magnetic resonance imaging of a child with Alice in Wonderland syndrome during an episode of micropsia
K Brumm, M Walenski, F Haist, SL Robbins, DB Granet, T Love
Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus …, 2010
802010
Speeded processing of grammar and tool knowledge in Tourette's syndrome
M Walenski, SH Mostofsky, MT Ullman
Neuropsychologia 45 (11), 2447-2460, 2007
772007
Syntax, concepts, and logic in the temporal dynamics of language comprehension: Evidence from event-related potentials
K Steinhauer, JE Drury, P Portner, M Walenski, MT Ullman
Neuropsychologia 48 (6), 1525-1542, 2010
742010
The time-course of lexical activation during sentence comprehension in people with aphasia
M Ferrill, T Love, M Walenski, LP Shapiro
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Rockville, MD, 2012
642012
The Auditory Comprehension of Wh-Questions in Aphasia: Support for the Intervener Hypothesis
SM Sheppard, M Walenski, T Love, LP Shapiro
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (3), 781-797, 2015
622015
Slowed speech input has a differential impact on on-line and off-line processing in children’s comprehension of pronouns
T Love, M Walenski, D Swinney
Journal of psycholinguistic research 38, 285-304, 2009
472009
Deficits on irregular verbal morphology in Italian-speaking Alzheimer's disease patients
M Walenski, K Sosta, S Cappa, MT Ullman
Neuropsychologia 47 (5), 1245-1255, 2009
472009
The science of language
M Walenski, MT Ullman
Walter de Gruyter 22 (2-4), 327-346, 2005
442005
Inflectional morphology in high-functioning autism: Evidence for speeded grammatical processing
M Walenski, SH Mostofsky, MT Ullman
Research in autism spectrum disorders 8 (11), 1607-1621, 2014
382014
A dissociation between syntactic and lexical processing in Parkinson's disease
K Johari, M Walenski, J Reifegerste, F Ashrafi, R Behroozmand, M Daemi, ...
Journal of Neurolinguistics 51, 221-235, 2019
372019
Conceptual combination during sentence comprehension
D Swinney, T Love, M Walenski, EE Smith
Psychological Science 18 (5), 397-400, 2007
372007
Grammatical processing in schizophrenia: Evidence from morphology
M Walenski, TW Weickert, CJ Maloof, MT Ullman
Neuropsychologia 48 (1), 262-269, 2010
322010
A verbal strength in children with Tourette syndrome? Evidence from a non-word repetition task
CD Dye, M Walenski, SH Mostofsky, MT Ullman
Brain and Language 160, 61-70, 2016
312016
The role of parallelism in the real-time processing of anaphora
J Poirier, M Walenski, LP Shapiro
Language and cognitive processes 27 (6), 868-886, 2012
312012
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