M. Garrett
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Syntactically Based Sentence Processing Classes: Evidence from Event-Related Brain Potentials
H. Neville, J. Nicol, A. Barss, K. Forster, M. Garrett
Psychology, Medicine
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
1 April 1991
TLDR
The distinct timing and distribution of these effects provide biological support for theories that distinguish between these types of grammatical rules and constraints and more generally for the proposal that semantic and grammatical processes are distinct subsystems within the language faculty.Expand
827 Citations
69
Levels of processing in sentence production
M. Garrett
Psychology
1980
913 Citations
55
The Analysis of Sentence Production1
M. Garrett
Computer Science
1975
TLDR
The final point that should be made from the analysis of sentence production is that even if one to has good evidence about the vocabulary of the computational system that mediates the translation from messages into their realization as instructions to the articulatory system, one would still be unsatisfied. Expand
721 Citations
49
Rapid adaptation to foreign-accented English.
Constance M. Clarke, M. Garrett
Psychology, Medicine
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
8 December 2004
TLDR
The findings emphasize the flexibility of human speech processing and require models of spoken word recognition that can rapidly accommodate significant acoustic-phonetic deviations from native language speech patterns. Expand
439 Citations
46
Representing the meanings of object and action words: The featural and unitary semantic space hypothesis
G. Vigliocco, D. Vinson, W. Lewis, M. Garrett
Medicine, MathematicsCognitive Psychology
1 June 2004
TLDR
The FUSS model can capture generalizations presented in the literature, in particular those related to category-related deficits, and can predict semantic effects in behavioral experiments for object and action words better than other models such as Latent Semantic Analysis. Expand
409 Citations
29
Processes in language production
M. Garrett
Psychology
1 April 1988
Introduction A number of years ago, the distinguished psychologist Charles Osgood became interested in the problem of language production (1971). He held the view that the study of production… Expand
322 Citations
21
Subject-verb agreement in Spanish and English: Differences in the role of conceptual constraints
G. Vigliocco, B. Butterworth, M. Garrett
Medicine, Psychology
Cognition

1 December 1996
TLDR
It is proposed that languages differ in the extent to which the selection of the verb is controlled by features on the subject and features from the conceptual representation, which is discussed in the framework of a modified version of the computational model of grammatical encoding proposed by Kempen and Hoenkamp (1987). Expand
216 Citations
17
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The organization of processing structure for language production: Applications to aphasic speech
M. Garrett
Psychology
1984
87 Citations
10
Grammatical Gender Is on the Tip of Italian Tongues
G. Vigliocco, Tiziana Antonini, M. Garrett
Psychology
1 July 1997
To correctly produce words, speakers must have access to three broad classes of information lexical semantics, syntax, and sound structure The relevant information must be organized in ways that… Expand
255 Citations
9
Exploring the Activation of Semantic and Phonological Codes during Speech Planning with Event-Related Brain Potentials
Jrg D. Jescheniak, H. Schriefers, M. Garrett, A. Friederici
Psychology, Medicine
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience
1 August 2002
We present a new technique for studying the activation of semantic and phonological codes in speech planning using event-related brain potentials (ERPs) that extend a well-established behavioral… Expand
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