Sarah Laszlo
Sarah Laszlo
Senior Research Scientist, X, The Moonshot Factory
Verified email at google.com
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A beautiful day in the neighborhood: An event-related potential study of lexical relationships and prediction in context
S Laszlo, KD Federmeier
Journal of memory and language 61 (3), 326-338, 2009
2142009
The N400 as a snapshot of interactive processing: Evidence from regression analyses of orthographic neighbor and lexical associate effects
S Laszlo, KD Federmeier
Psychophysiology 48 (2), 176-186, 2011
1852011
Time for meaning: Electrophysiology provides insights into the dynamics of representation and processing in semantic memory
KD Federmeier, S Laszlo
Psychology of learning and motivation 51, 1-44, 2009
1732009
Brainprint: Assessing the uniqueness, collectability, and permanence of a novel method for ERP biometrics
BC Armstrong, MV Ruiz-Blondet, N Khalifian, KJ Kurtz, Z Jin, S Laszlo
Neurocomputing 166, 59-67, 2015
1372015
CEREBRE: A novel method for very high accuracy event-related potential biometric identification
MV Ruiz-Blondet, Z Jin, S Laszlo
IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security 11 (7), 1618-1629, 2016
1112016
A neurally plausible Parallel Distributed Processing model of Event-Related Potential word reading data
S Laszlo, DC Plaut
Brain and Language, 2011
882011
Better the DVL You Know
S Laszlo, KD Federmeier
Psychological science 18 (2), 122, 2007
752007
Never seem to find the time: evaluating the physiological time course of visual word recognition with regression analysis of single-item event-related potentials
S Laszlo, KD Federmeier
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (5), 642-661, 2014
742014
WEARABLE HEAD-MOUNTED, GLASS-STYLE COMPUTING DEVICES WITH EOG ACQUISITION AND ANALYSIS FOR HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERFACES
Z Jin, S Laszlo
US Patent 20,150,126,845, 2015
592015
Minding the PS, queues, and PXQs: Uniformity of semantic processing across multiple stimulus types
S Laszlo, KD Federmeier
Psychophysiology 45 (3), 458-466, 2008
582008
The acronym superiority effect
S Laszlo, KD Federmeier
Psychonomic bulletin & review 14 (6), 1158-1163, 2007
552007
A Direct Comparison of Active and Passive Amplification Electrodes in the Same Amplifier System
S Laszlo, M Ruiz-Blondet, N Khalifian, F Chu, Z Jin
Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 2014
462014
Won't get fooled again: An event-related potential study of task and repetition effects on the semantic processing of items without semantics
S Laszlo, M Stites, KD Federmeier
Taylor & Francis Group, 2011
402011
PSPs and ERPs: Applying the dynamics of post-synaptic potentials to individual units in simulation of temporally extended Event-Related Potential reading data
S Laszlo, BC Armstrong
Brain and language 132, 22-27, 2014
362014
A Survey on Brain Biometrics
Q Gui, MV Ruiz-Blondet, S Laszlo, Z Jin
ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 51 (6), 1-38, 2019
312019
Assessment of permanence of non-volitional EEG brainwaves as a biometric
MVR Blondet, S Laszlo, Z Jin
IEEE International Conference on Identity, Security and Behavior Analysis …, 2015
282015
Permanence of the CEREBRE brain biometric protocol
MV Ruiz-Blondet, Z Jin, S Laszlo
Pattern Recognition Letters 95, 37-43, 2017
262017
Evaluating the efficacy of fully automated approaches for the selection of eyeblink ICA components
MB Pontifex, V Miskovic, S Laszlo
Psychophysiology 54 (5), 780-791, 2017
262017
An event-related potential study of the relationship between N170 lateralization and phonological awareness in developing readers
E Sacchi, S Laszlo
Neuropsychologia 91, 415-425, 2016
252016
Relationships between event‐related potentials and behavioral and scholastic measures of reading ability: A large‐scale, cross‐sectional study
N Khalifian, MC Stites, S Laszlo
Developmental science 19 (5), 723-740, 2016
192016
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