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Research staff, Hearing, speech and language group
- Neuro-cognitive mechanisms of speech comprehension.
- Magneto- and electro-encephalography (M/EEG).
- MacGregor, L.J. & Shtyrov, Y.S. (in press). Multiple routes for compound word processing in the brain: Evidence from EEG. Brain and Language.
- Bakker, I., MacGregor, L.J., Pulvermüller, F.P., & Shtyrov, Y.S. (2013). Past tense in the brain's time: Neurophysiological evidence for dual-route processing of past-tense verbs. Neuroimage, 71, 187-195.
- MacGregor, L.J., Pulvermüller, F., van Casteren, M., & Shtyrov, Y. (2012). Ultra-rapid access to words in the brain. Nature Communications, 3: 711.
- MacGregor, L.J., Corley, M., & Donaldson, D.I. (2010). Listening to the sound of silence: Investigating the consequences of disfluent silent pauses in speech for listeners. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3982.
- Li L., & MacGregor, L.J. (2010). Investigating the receptive vocabulary size of university-level Chinese learners of English: how suitable is the Vocabulary Levels Test? Language and Education, 24, 239-249.
- MacGregor, L.J., Corley, M., & Donaldson, D.I. (2009). Not all disfluencies are are equal: the effects of disfluent repetitions on language comprehension. Brain and Language, 111, 36-45.
- Collard, P., Corley, M., MacGregor, L.J., & Donaldson, D.I. (2008). Attention orienting effects of hesitations in speech: evidence from ERPs. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 24, 696-702.
- Corley, M., MacGregor, L.J., & Donaldson, D.I. (2007). It's the way that you, er, say it: hesitations in speech affect language comprehension. Cognition, 105, 658-668.