Katherine L Wheat
Katherine L Wheat
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During visual word recognition, phonology is accessed within 100 ms and may be mediated by a speech production code: evidence from magnetoencephalography
KL Wheat, PL Cornelissen, SJ Frost, PC Hansen
Journal of Neuroscience 30 (15), 5229-5233, 2010
1252010
Audio-visual onset differences are used to determine syllable identity for ambiguous audio-visual stimulus pairs
S Ten Oever, AT Sack, KL Wheat, N Bien, N Van Atteveldt
Frontiers in psychology 4, 331, 2013
372013
Early activity in Broca's area during reading reflects fast access to articulatory codes from print
M Klein, J Grainger, KL Wheat, RE Millman, MIG Simpson, PC Hansen, ...
Cerebral Cortex 25 (7), 1715-1723, 2015
362015
Charting the functional relevance of Broca’s area for visual word recognition and picture naming in Dutch using fMRI-guided TMS
KL Wheat, PL Cornelissen, AT Sack, T Schuhmann, R Goebel, L Blomert
Brain and Language 125 (2), 223-230, 2013
352013
Interactions between visual and semantic processing during object recognition revealed by modulatory effects of age of acquisition
U Urooj, PL Cornelissen, MIG Simpson, KL Wheat, W Woods, L Barca, ...
NeuroImage 87, 252-264, 2014
192014
The first 250 ms in visual word recognition: Who is talking to whom
M Lobier, P Hansen, K Wheat, S Valdois, P Cornelissen
12011
Audiovisual onset differences are used to determine the identity of ambiguous syllables
N Bien, N van Atteveldt, S ten Oever, KL Wheat, A Sack
Multisensory Research 26 (1-2), 107-107, 2013
2013
Audiovisual onset differences are used to determine the identity of ambiguous syllables
S ten Oever, A Sack, KL Wheat, N Bien, N van Atteveldt
2013
The Role of Broca's Area for Phonology During Visual Word Recognition: Investigations using Magnetoencephalography and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
KL Wheat
University of York, 2012
2012
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