His primary areas of investigation include Cognitive psychology, Sentence, N400, Context and Cognition. His research brings together the fields of Reading and Cognitive psychology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Rapid serial visual presentation, Noun, Speech processing, Syntax and Intonation.
His N400 research includes themes of Lexical selection, Lexical decision task, Comprehension and Priming. Colin M. Brown interconnects Semantics, Mental lexicon, Semantic property and Information processing in the investigation of issues within Comprehension. The study incorporates disciplines such as Word, Electrophysiology, Spoken word recognition and N400 effect in addition to Context.
Colin M. Brown spends much of his time researching Cognitive psychology, Comprehension, N400, Sentence and Artificial intelligence. His research in Cognitive psychology intersects with topics in Communication, Cognition, Sentence processing, Priming and Cognitive science. Colin M. Brown has included themes like Mental lexicon, Meaning and Aphasia in his Comprehension study.
Many of his research projects under N400 are closely connected to Semantic integration with Semantic integration, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Sentence research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Noun, Grammatical gender, Word recognition, Ambiguity and Phrase. His research investigates the link between Artificial intelligence and topics such as Natural language processing that cross with problems in Verb and Frame.
Colin M. Brown focuses on Cognitive psychology, Comprehension, Sentence, N400 and Noun. His study in Syntax extends to Cognitive psychology with its themes. His Comprehension study often links to related topics such as P600.
His Sentence study combines topics in areas such as Context, Word recognition and Phrase. His research investigates the connection between N400 and topics such as Semantics that intersect with problems in Natural language processing, Lexicon and Selection. As part of the same scientific family, Colin M. Brown usually focuses on Noun, concentrating on Cognition and intersecting with Broca's Aphasia, Developmental psychology and Aphasia.
Colin M. Brown mainly investigates Cognitive psychology, N400, Sentence, Context and Brain mapping. His Cognitive psychology research includes elements of Prediction in language comprehension and Phrase. The concepts of his Prediction in language comprehension study are interwoven with issues in Noun, Grammatical gender, Adjective, Suffix and Reading.
His study in Phrase is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Word recognition and Comprehension. The Brain mapping study combines topics in areas such as Semantics, Contingent negative variation, Electroencephalography and Syntax. His research on Semantics frequently connects to adjacent areas such as P600.
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The syntactic positive shift (sps) as an erp measure of syntactic processing
Peter Hagoort;Colin M. Brown;Jolanda Groothusen.
Language and Cognitive Processes (1993)
The processing nature of the n400: Evidence from masked priming
Colin Brown;Peter Hagoort.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (1993)
Anticipating upcoming words in discourse: Evidence from ERPs and reading times
Jos J. A. Van Berkum;Colin M. Brown;Pienie Zwitserlood;Valesca Kooijman.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (2005)
Semantic Integration in Sentences and Discourse: Evidence from the N400
Jos J. A. Van Berkum;Peter Hagoort;Colin M. Brown.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (1999)
The N400 as a function of the level of processing.
Dorothee J. Chwilla;Colin M. Brown;Peter Hagoort.
The neurocognition of language
Colin M. Brown;Peter Hagoort.
Journal of Psychophysiology (2000)
The Neural Circuitry Involved in the Reading of German Words and Pseudowords: A PET Study
Peter Hagoort;Peter Indefrey;Colin Brown;Hans Herzog.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (1999)
Early referential context effects in sentence processing: Evidence from event-related brain potentials
Jos J. A. Van Berkum;Colin M. Brown;Peter Hagoort.
Journal of Memory and Language (1999)
The neurocognition of syntactic processing
Peter Hagoort;Colin M. Brown;Lee Osterhout.
Brown, C.M.; Hagoort, P. (ed.), Neurocognition of Language (1999)
ERP effects of listening to speech compared to reading: the P600/SPS to syntactic violations in spoken sentences and rapid serial visual presentation.
Peter Hagoort;Colin M. Brown.
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