Magnus Lindgren mainly focuses on Event-related potential, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Cognition and Brain mapping. His Event-related potential research is mostly focused on the topic N400. The Cognitive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Visual perception, Time perception and Priming.
In the subject of general Developmental psychology, his work in Language development is often linked to Word processing, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His work deals with themes such as Recall, Word recognition and Rating scale, which intersect with Cognition. His research in Brain mapping focuses on subjects like Electroencephalography, which are connected to Analysis of variance, Perception and Sensory system.
Magnus Lindgren focuses on Audiology, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Event-related potential and Cognition. The various areas that Magnus Lindgren examines in his Audiology study include Auditory event, Working memory, Mismatch negativity and Reading. The various areas that Magnus Lindgren examines in his Cognitive psychology study include N400, Semantic memory, Lexical decision task and Priming.
His work deals with themes such as Nicotine and Lexicon, which intersect with Developmental psychology. In the field of Neuroscience and Electroencephalography Magnus Lindgren studies Event-related potential. He works mostly in the field of Electroencephalography, limiting it down to concerns involving Perception and, occasionally, Sensory system and Specific language impairment.
His primary scientific interests are in Audiology, Cognitive psychology, N400, Communication and Event-related potential. His Audiology research includes elements of Mismatch negativity, Electrophysiology, Affect and Reading. His Cognitive psychology study incorporates themes from Noun, Emotional arousal and Receptive language.
As a member of one scientific family, Magnus Lindgren mostly works in the field of Receptive language, focusing on Stimulus and, on occasion, Developmental psychology. His work in N400 tackles topics such as Semantic memory which are related to areas like Context, Cognitive skill and Language development. He incorporates Event-related potential and Novel object in his research.
Magnus Lindgren mainly investigates N400, Audiology, Repetition, Communication and Pediatrics. His research in N400 intersects with topics in Productive Vocabulary, Vocabulary development, Vocabulary and Semantic memory. His study in Vocabulary development is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Object, Event-related potential and Natural language processing.
Magnus Lindgren conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Audiology and Decoding methods. His studies deal with areas such as Experiential learning, Cognitive psychology and Fast mapping as well as Repetition. His studies in Pediatrics integrate themes in fields like Randomized controlled trial, Randomization, Intention-to-treat analysis and Child development.
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Growth of language-related brain areas after foreign language learning
Johan Mårtensson;Johan Eriksson;Nils Christian Bodammer;Magnus Lindgren.
Improved cognitive development among preterm infants attributable to early supplementation of human milk with docosahexaenoic acid and arachidonic acid.
Christine Henriksen;Kristin Haugholt;Magnus Lindgren;Anne Karin Aurvåg.
Effect of Delayed Cord Clamping on Neurodevelopment at 4 Years of Age: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Ola Andersson;Barbro Lindquist;Magnus Lindgren;Karin Stjernqvist.
JAMA Pediatrics (2015)
Neurophysiological changes during insulin-induced hypoglycaemia and in the recovery period following glucose infusion in type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus and in normal man.
G Tallroth;Magnus Lindgren;Georg Stenberg;Ingmar Rosén.
Dissociative tendencies and individual differences in high hypnotic suggestibility
Devin Blair Terhune;Etzel Cardeña;Magnus Lindgren.
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry (2011)
Sensation of effort and duration of mentally executed actions.
Jean Decety;Magnus Lindgren.
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology (1991)
Executive functions after orbital or lateral prefrontal lesions: neuropsychological profiles and self-reported executive functions in everyday living.
M. Løvstad;I. Funderud;T. Endestad;P. Due-Tønnessen.
Brain Injury (2012)
Memory for perceived and imagined pictures: An event-related potential study
Mikael Johansson;Georg Stenberg;Magnus Lindgren;Ingmar Rosén.
Right visual field advantage in parafoveal processing: Evidence from eye-fixation-related potentials
Jaana Simola;Kenneth Holmqvist;Magnus Lindgren.
Brain and Language (2009)
Productive vocabulary size predicts event-related potential correlates of fast mapping in 20-month-olds
Janne von Koss Torkildsen;Janne Mari Svangstu;Hanna Friis Hansen;Lars Smith.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience (2008)
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