Oscillations and language production
We study neuronal oscillations in relation to language production, as they provide an opportunity to understand how general neuronal computational principles support speaking, also helping elucidate relationships between language and other domains of cognition.
The concise language paradigm (CLaP), a framework for studying the intersection of comprehension and production: Electrophysiological properties
Are alpha and beta oscillations spatially dissociated over the cortex in context-driven spoken-word production?
Intracranial EEG evidence of semantic interference and phonological facilitation in spoken word production
Planning for language production: the electrophysiological signature of attention to the cue to speak
Distinct Patterns of Brain Activity Characterise Lexical Activation and Competition in Spoken Word Production
Oscillatory brain responses in spoken word production reflect lexical frequency and sentential constraint
Event-related potentials and oscillatory brain responses associated with semantic and Stroop-like interference effects in overt naming
- Speaking waves: neuronal oscillations in language production
- Across-session consistency of context-driven language processing: a magnetoencephalography study
- The lexical nature of alpha-beta oscillations in context-driven word production
- Transient perturbation of the left temporal cortex evokes plasticity-related reconfiguration of the lexical network
- Lesion evidence for a critical role of left posterior but not frontal areas in alpha-beta power decreases during context-driven word production