Amit Almor

Affiliations: 
Linguistics University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 
Area:
Linguistics Language, Cognitive Psychology
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van Dam WO, Almor A, Shinkareva SV, et al. (2019) Distinct neural mechanisms underlying conceptual knowledge of manner and instrument verbs. Neuropsychologia. 107183
Boiteau TW, Smith C, Almor A. (2019) Rightward directional bias in art produced by cultures without a written language. Laterality. 1-12
Almor A, Nair VA, Boiteau TW, et al. (2017) The N400 in processing repeated name and pronoun anaphors in sentences and discourse. Brain and Language. 173: 52-66
Boiteau TW, Smith C, Almor A. (2017) Syntax response-space biases for hands, not feet. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Almor A, de Carvalho Maia J, Cunha Lima ML, et al. (2017) Language processing, acceptability, and statistical distribution: A study of null and overt subjects in Brazilian Portuguese Journal of Memory and Language. 92: 98-113
Conder J, Fridriksson J, Baylis GC, et al. (2016) Bilateral parietal contributions to spatial language. Brain and Language. 164: 16-24
de Carvalho Maia J, Vernice M, Gelormini-Lezama C, et al. (2016) Co-referential Processing of Pronouns and Repeated Names in Italian. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
Cheng W, Almor A. (2016) Referent Predictability is Affected by Syntactic Structure: Evidence from Chinese. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
Shoji S, Dubinsky S, Almor A. (2016) The Repeated Name Penalty, the Overt Pronoun Penalty, and Topic in Japanese. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
Peters SA, Boiteau TW, Almor A. (2016) Semantic Relations Cause Interference in Spoken Language Comprehension When Using Repeated Definite References, Not Pronouns. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 214
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