Eva Smolka
Eva Smolka
University of Vienna, Austria
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Stem access in regular and irregular inflection: Evidence from German participles
E Smolka, P Zwitserlood, F Rösler
Journal of Memory and Language 57 (3), 325-347, 2007
982007
MultiPic: A standardized set of 750 drawings with norms for six European languages
JA Duñabeitia, D Crepaldi, AS Meyer, B New, C Pliatsikas, E Smolka, ...
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (4), 808-816, 2018
692018
When semantics means less than morphology: The processing of German prefixed verbs
E Smolka, S Komlosi, F Rösler
Language and Cognitive Processes 24 (3), 337-375, 2009
682009
‘Verstehen’(‘understand’) primes ‘stehen’(‘stand’): Morphological structure overrides semantic compositionality in the lexical representation of German complex verbs
E Smolka, KH Preller, C Eulitz
Journal of Memory and Language 72, 16-36, 2014
582014
Processing verbs in German idioms: Evidence against the configuration hypothesis
E Smolka, S Rabanus, F Rösler
Metaphor and Symbol 22 (3), 213-231, 2007
372007
Take a stand on understanding: Electrophysiological evidence for stem access in German complex verbs
E Smolka, M Gondan, F Rösler
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9, 62, 2015
332015
Electrophysiological evidence for the continuous processing of linguistic categories of regular and irregular verb inflection in German
E Smolka, PH Khader, R Wiese, P Zwitserlood, F Rösler
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 25 (8), 1284-1304, 2013
282013
Phonological and orthographic visual word recognition in the two cerebral hemispheres: Evidence from Hebrew
E Smolka, Z Eviatar
Cognitive Neuropsychology 23 (6), 972-989, 2006
252006
Morphological processing in the brain: The good (inflection), the bad (derivation) and the ugly (compounding)
A Leminen, E Smolka, JA Dunabeitia, C Pliatsikas
Cortex 116, 4-44, 2019
212019
‘Can you wash off the hogwash?’–semantic transparency of first and second constituents in the processing of German compounds
E Smolka, G Libben
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (4), 514-531, 2017
212017
Models of Lexical Access and Morphological Processing.
P Milin, E Smolka, LB Feldman
The Handbook of Psycholinguistics, 240, 2017
182017
'Understanding' differs between English and German: Capturing systematic language differences of complex words.
F Günther, E Smolka, M Marelli
Cortex 116, 158-175, 2019
162019
When morphological structure overrides meaning: Evidence from German prefix and particle verbs
E Smolka, G Libben, WU Dressler
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 34 (5), 599-614, 2019
152019
Die mentale Verarbeitung von Verben in idiomatischen Konstruktionen
S Rabanus, E Smolka, J Streb, F Rösler
Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 36 (1), 27-47, 2008
152008
The basic ingredients of lexical access and representation: Evidence from German participles
E Smolka
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Philipps-University Marburg, Germany, 2005
112005
Modeling morphological priming in German with naive discriminative learning
RH Baayen, E Smolka
Frontiers in Communication 5, 17, 2020
92020
Psycholinguistic measures for German verb pairs: Semantic transparency, semantic relatedness, verb family size, and age of reading acquisition
E Smolka, C Eulitz
Behavior research methods 50 (4), 1540-1562, 2018
62018
Electrophysiological evidence for stem access in regular and irregular German participles
E Smolka, C Eulitz
Poster presented at the eight international morphological processing …, 2015
52015
Aufhören (‘stop’) activates hören (‘hear’) but not Musik (‘music’): The difference between lexical and semantic processing of German particle verbs
E Smolka
The Mental Lexicon 14 (2), 298-318, 2019
22019
Corpus-based evidence for approximating semantic transparency of complex verbs
H Zinsmeister, E Smolka
Lexical resources in psycholinguistic research 3, 45-59, 2012
22012
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