The sentence superiority effect in the reading brain

A word is better recognized when presented in a grammatical sequence of words (e.g., within a sentence) than when presented in an ungrammatical sequence of words. This sentence superiority effect was recently demonstrated in a series of behavioral …

Activation of syntax-sensitive structures in the reading brain

Presentation about MEG results at Psychonomics 2020.

Parallel processing in reading

How can we understand reading as a parallel rather than serial process?