Martin J. Pickering, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
2001- School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom 
Area:
Psychology of language and communication
Website:
http://www.ppls.ed.ac.uk/people/martin-pickering
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Elisabet Britt Engdahl grad student (LinguisTree)

Children

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Lauren Hadley grad student 2012- Edinburgh
Aine Ito grad student 2012- Edinburgh
Jarosław Lelonkiewicz grad student 2012- Edinburgh
Anthony Selles grad student 2012- Edinburgh
Alessia Tosi grad student 2012- Edinburgh
Michela Bonfieni grad student 2014- Edinburgh
Ellise Suffill grad student 2014- Edinburgh
Holly P. Branigan grad student 1992-1995 Edinburgh
Mercè Prat-Sala grad student 1993-1996 King Alfred’s College
Patrick Sturt grad student 1993-1996 Edinburgh
Andrew Stewart grad student 1996-1998 University of Manchester
Steven Frisson grad student 1995-1999 University of Birmingham
Roger van Gompel grad student 1996-1999 University of Dundee
Asifa Majid grad student 1997-2000 Nijmegen University
Alexandra Cleland grad student 1998-2001 University of Aberdeen
Sarah Haywood grad student 2000-2003
Pia Knoeferle grad student 2001-2005 Bielefeld University
Ciara Catchpole grad student 2002-2006
Susanna Flett grad student 2002-2006
Anna Hatzidaki grad student 2002-2006 Edinburgh
Matthew Watson grad student 2002-2006 University of Sunderland
Mikihiro Tanaka grad student 2002-2007 Showa University
Claudine Raffray grad student 2003-2007
Sarah Bernolet grad student 2004-2008 Ghent University
Clare Huxley grad student 2004-2008
Annabel Harrison grad student 2001-2009
Robert M. Maier grad student 2004-2009 Edinburgh
Gaurav Malhotra grad student 2004-2009 University of Bristol
Helene Kreysa grad student 2005-2009 Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Mirta Vernice grad student 2006-2009 Milan University
Kumiko Fukumura grad student 2006-2010 University of Strathclyde
Zhenguang Cai grad student 2007-2010
Iva Ivanova grad student 2007-2010 UCSD
Cyprian Laskowski grad student 2007-2011
Judith Köhne grad student 2008-2011 Penn
Chiara Gambi grad student 2010-2013 Edinburgh
Takayuki Miura grad student 2009-2014
Madeleine Beveridge grad student 2012-2014 Edinburgh
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Wu W, Morales M, Patel T, et al. (2022) Modulation of brain activity by psycholinguistic information during naturalistic speech comprehension and production. Cortex; a Journal Devoted to the Study of the Nervous System and Behavior. 155: 287-306
Pickering MJ, McLean JF, Gambi C. (2022) Interference in the shared-Stroop task: a comparison of self- and other-monitoring. Royal Society Open Science. 9: 220107
Cai ZG, Zhao N, Pickering MJ. (2022) How do people interpret implausible sentences? Cognition. 225: 105101
Gambi C, Van de Cavey J, Pickering MJ. (2022) Representation of others' synchronous and asynchronous sentences interferes with sentence production. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218221080766
Morales M, Patel T, Tamm A, et al. (2022) Similar Neural Networks Respond to Coherence during Comprehension and Production of Discourse. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Amos RM, Seeber KG, Pickering MJ. (2021) Prediction during simultaneous interpreting: Evidence from the visual-world paradigm. Cognition. 220: 104987
Lelonkiewicz JR, Pickering MJ, Branigan HP. (2021) Does it pay to imitate? No evidence for social gains from lexical imitation. Royal Society Open Science. 8: 211107
Fisher NK, Hadley LV, Corps RE, et al. (2021) The effects of dual-task interference in predicting turn-ends in speech and music. Brain Research. 147571
Lelonkiewicz JR, Rabagliati H, Pickering MJ. (2021) EXPRESS: The role of language production in making predictions during comprehension. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218211028438
Gambi C, Pickering MJ, Rabagliati H. (2021) Prediction error boosts retention of novel words in adults but not in children. Cognition. 211: 104650
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