Aaron M. Meyer
Aaron M. Meyer
Assistant Professor at Georgetown University
Verified email at georgetown.edu
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What's ‘Right’in Language Comprehension: Event‐Related Potentials Reveal Right Hemisphere Language Capabilities
KD Federmeier, EW Wlotko, AM Meyer
Language and linguistics compass 2 (1), 1-17, 2008
852008
Tracking passive sentence comprehension in agrammatic aphasia
AM Meyer, JE Mack, CK Thompson
Journal of neurolinguistics 25 (1), 31-43, 2012
742012
The effects of context, meaning frequency, and associative strength on semantic selection: Distinct contributions from each cerebral hemisphere
AM Meyer, KD Federmeier
Brain research 1183, 91-108, 2007
392007
Telerehabilitation of anomia in primary progressive aphasia
AM Meyer, HR Getz, DM Brennan, TM Hu, RB Friedman
Aphasiology 30 (4), 483-507, 2016
322016
Event‐related potentials reveal the effects of aging on meaning selection and revision
AM Meyer, KD Federmeier
Psychophysiology 47 (4), 673-686, 2010
312010
A “concrete view” of aging: Event related potentials reveal age-related changes in basic integrative processes in language
HW Huang, AM Meyer, KD Federmeier
Neuropsychologia 50 (1), 26-35, 2012
262012
Prophylactic treatments for anomia in the logopenic variant of primary progressive aphasia: cross-language transfer
AM Meyer, SF Snider, CB Eckmann, RB Friedman
Aphasiology 29 (9), 1062-1081, 2015
222015
The divided visual world paradigm: Eye tracking reveals hemispheric asymmetries in lexical ambiguity resolution
AM Meyer, KD Federmeier
Brain research 1222, 166-183, 2008
222008
Phonological Short-Term Memory in Logopenic Variant Primary Progressive Aphasia and Mild Alzheimer’s Disease
AM Meyer, SF Snider, RE Campbell, RB Friedman
Cortex 71, 183-189, 2015
212015
Long-term maintenance of anomia treatment effects in primary progressive aphasia
AM Meyer, DC Tippett, RS Turner, RB Friedman
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 29 (9), 1439-1463, 2019
162019
Patterns of decline in naming and semantic knowledge in primary progressive aphasia
R Sebastian, CB Thompson, NY Wang, A Wright, A Meyer, RB Friedman, ...
Aphasiology 32 (9), 1010-1030, 2018
152018
Prophylaxis and remediation of anomia in the semantic and logopenic variants of primary progressive aphasia
AM Meyer, DC Tippett, RB Friedman
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 28 (3), 352-368, 2018
122018
Structural influences on the resolution of lexical ambiguity: an analysis of hemispheric asymmetries.
AM Meyer, RR Peterson
Brain and cognition 43 (1-3), 341-345, 2000
72000
The relationship between baseline volume in temporal areas and post-treatment naming accuracy in primary progressive aphasia
AM Meyer, AV Faria, DC Tippett, AE Hillis, RB Friedman
Aphasiology 31 (9), 1059-1077, 2017
62017
Remediation and Prophylaxis of Anomia in Primary Progressive Aphasia
A Meyer, H Getz, S Snider, K Sullivan, S Long, R Turner, R Friedman
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 94, 275-276, 2013
52013
Eye-tracking investigations of lexical ambiguity
AM Meyer
University of Missouri-Columbia, 2005
42005
Grammatical ability predicts relative action naming impairment in primary progressive aphasia
AM Meyer, SF Snider, SA McGowan, DC Tippett, AE Hillis, RB Friedman
Aphasiology 34 (6), 664-674, 2020
12020
Characterization of Primary Progressive Aphasia and Prediction of Naming Decline by Multi-Modality MRI (N1. 002)
A Faria, A Meyer, D Tippett, R Friedman, A Hillis
Neurology 88 (16 Supplement), N1. 002, 2017
12017
Psychophysiology of lexical ambiguity resolution
AM Meyer, JW King
JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, 174-174, 2005
12005
Baseline MRI associates with later naming status in primary progressive aphasia
AV Faria, A Meyer, R Friedman, DC Tippett, AE Hillis
Brain and Language 201, 104723, 2020
2020
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