Dr. Monique Lamers

Monique Lamers

Published Abstracts

Lamers, M.J.A. (2015). Seeing what you hear: two exploratory studies using eye movement registrations to reveal the time course of speech understanding.http://www.jemr.org/online/8/4/1, European Conference on eye movements (ECEM) , Vieenna 2015, August, 20. 

Lamers, M.J.A. & Van Tiel, B. (2012). Who or what we talk about: A comparative corpus study on the animacy structure of transitive sentences and sentence subjects. Linguistic Evidence 2012. Tuebingen, February, 10.

Lamers, M.J.A. & Van Hooijdonk, C. (2011). Zeggen plaatjes meer dan woorden alleen? Effect van verschillende multimodale informatiepresentaties in instructieve teksten. VIOT.Leiden, December, 23.

Van Leeuwen, T., Lamers, M.J.A., Petersson, K., Gussenhoven, C., Rietveld, A., Poser, B. & Hagoort, P. (2007). Prosody and information structure: An fMRI study. Poster. 16th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society (E83, p.175), New York, May, 8.

Lamers, M.J.A. (2006). Leve het onderwerp! Bessensap 2006. p. 96. Nemo, Amsterdam, May 23.

Hammer, A., Schmitt, B.M., Lamers M.J.A. & Münte T.F. (2003). Pronominal reference in sentences about persons or things: An electrophysiological approach. Poster. 10th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society. March, (A165, p. 35). New York.

Möbes J., Lamers M.J.A. & Münte T.F. (2003). Interaction of local time-inversion, cloze probability and semantic congruency on auditory ERPs. Poster. 10th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience society. (A271, p.46). New York. March. 30.

Lamers, M.J.A., Schmitt, B.M. & Münte, T.F. (2001). Biological vs. syntactic gender agreement during pronoun processing: an event-related brain potential study. Paper. The neurological basis of language. Groningen.

Maassen, B., Lamers, M.J.A. & Thoonen, G. (1993). Voice-onset-time (VOT) in /d/ - /t/ by children with DVD. Annual Convention of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). Abstract book, p.192.