Shane Lindsay
Shane Lindsay
Department of Psychology, University of Hull
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Spatial and linguistic aspects of visual imagery in sentence comprehension
BK Bergen, S Lindsay, T Matlock, S Narayanan
Cognitive science 31 (5), 733-764, 2007
2952007
Lexical integration of novel words without sleep.
S Lindsay, MG Gaskell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 39 (2), 608, 2013
802013
Sleep underpins the plasticity of language production
MG Gaskell, J Warker, S Lindsay, R Frost, J Guest, R Snowdon, ...
Psychological Science 25 (7), 1457-1465, 2014
582014
A complementary systems account of word learning in L1 and L2
S Lindsay, MG Gaskell
Language Learning 60, 45-63, 2010
552010
The benefits of targeted memory reactivation for consolidation in sleep are contingent on memory accuracy and direct cue-memory associations
SA Cairney, S Lindsay, JM Sobczak, KA Paller, MG Gaskell
Sleep 39 (5), 1139-1150, 2016
492016
The selective role of premotor cortex in speech perception: a contribution to phoneme judgements but not speech comprehension
K Krieger-Redwood, MG Gaskell, S Lindsay, E Jefferies
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (12), 2179-2188, 2013
442013
Markers of automaticity in sleep-associated consolidation of novel words
EKH Tham, S Lindsay, MG Gaskell
Neuropsychologia 71, 146-157, 2015
292015
To dash or to dawdle: Verb-associated speed of motion influences eye movements during spoken sentence comprehension
S Lindsay, C Scheepers, Y Kamide
PloS one 8 (6), e67187, 2013
292013
Acquiring novel words and their past tenses: Evidence from lexical effects on phonetic categorisation
S Lindsay, LM Sedin, MG Gaskell
Journal of Memory and Language 66 (1), 210-225, 2012
172012
Spaced learning and the lexical integration of novel words
S Lindsay, MG Gaskell
Proceedings of the 31st annual conference of the cognitive science society …, 2009
162009
Event processing in the visual world: Projected motion paths during spoken sentence comprehension.
Y Kamide, S Lindsay, C Scheepers, A Kukona
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 42 (5), 804, 2016
152016
Mechanisms of memory retrieval in slow-wave sleep
SA Cairney, JM Sobczak, S Lindsay, MG Gaskell
Sleep 40 (9), 2017
122017
A prerequisite to L1 homophone effects in L2 spoken-word recognition
S Nakai, S Lindsay, M Ota
Second Language Research 31 (1), 29-52, 2015
112015
Visual priming of language comprehension
S Lindsay
partial fulfillment of a Masters in Research in Psychology, 2003
92003
Sleep preserves original and distorted memory traces
SA Cairney, S Lindsay, KA Paller, MG Gaskell
cortex 99, 39-44, 2018
82018
Male genital titillators and the intensity of post-copulatory sexual selection across bushcrickets
GUC Lehmann, JDJ Gilbert, K Vahed, AW Lehmann
Behavioral ecology 28 (5), 1198-1205, 2017
42017
Perceptuomotor processing in language comprehension
S Lindsay
University of Sussex, 2008
32008
Why would a special FM process exist in adults, when it does not appear to exist in children?
RJ O’Connor, S Lindsay, E Mather, KJ Riggs
Cognitive neuroscience 10 (4), 221-222, 2019
12019
Can hyper-synchrony in meditation lead to seizures? Similarities in meditative and epileptic brain states
S Lindsay
Medical hypotheses 83 (4), 465-472, 2014
12014
Semantic interpretability does not influence masked priming effects
H Tseng, S Lindsay, CJ Davis
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 73 (6), 856-867, 2020
2020
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