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Reading for sound with dyslexia: evidence for early orthographic and late phonological integration deficits
NJ Savill, G Thierry
Brain research 1385, 192-205, 2011
542011
Distinct individual differences in default mode network connectivity relate to off-task thought and text memory during reading
M Zhang, N Savill, DS Margulies, J Smallwood, E Jefferies
Scientific reports 9 (1), 16220, 2019
482019
Dynamic semantic cognition: Characterising coherent and controlled conceptual retrieval through time using magnetoencephalography and chronometric transcranial magnetic stimulation
C Teige, G Mollo, R Millman, N Savill, J Smallwood, PL Cornelissen, ...
Cortex 103, 329-349, 2018
462018
Orthographic transparency modulates the grain size of orthographic processing: behavioral and ERP evidence from bilingualism
M Lallier, M Carreiras, MJ Tainturier, N Savill, G Thierry
Brain research 1505, 47-60, 2013
402013
Decoding ability makes waves in reading: Deficient interactions between attention and phonological analysis in developmental dyslexia
NJ Savill, G Thierry
Neuropsychologia 50 (7), 1553-1564, 2012
332012
Posterior N1 asymmetry to English and Welsh words in Early and Late English–Welsh bilinguals
G Grossi, N Savill, E Thomas, G Thierry
Biological Psychology 85 (1), 124-133, 2010
332010
Newly-acquired words are more phonologically robust in verbal short-term memory when they have associated semantic representations
N Savill, AW Ellis, E Jefferies
Neuropsychologia 98, 85-97, 2017
292017
Electrophysiological cross-language neighborhood density effects in late and early English-Welsh bilinguals
G Grossi, N Savill, E Thomas, G Thierry
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 408, 2012
292012
Time to turn the other cheek? The influence of left and right poses on perceptions of academic specialisation
AK Lindell, NJ Savill
Laterality 15 (6), 639-650, 2010
242010
tDCS to temporoparietal cortex during familiarisation enhances the subsequent phonological coherence of nonwords in immediate serial recall
N Savill, J Ashton, J Gugliuzza, C Poole, Z Sim, AW Ellis, E Jefferies
Cortex 63, 132-144, 2015
232015
Semantic categorisation of a word supports its phonological integrity in verbal short-term memory
N Savill, T Metcalfe, AW Ellis, E Jefferies
Journal of Memory and Language 84, 128-138, 2015
212015
rTMS evidence for a dissociation in short-term memory for spoken words and nonwords
NJ Savill, P Cornelissen, A Pahor, E Jefferies
Cortex 112, 5-22, 2019
182019
Literate humans sound out words during silent reading
N Savill, A Lindell, A Booth, G West, G Thierry
Neuroreport 22 (3), 116-120, 2011
162011
Keeping it together: Semantic coherence stabilizes phonological sequences in short-term memory
N Savill, R Ellis, E Brooke, T Koa, S Ferguson, E Rojas-Rodriguez, ...
Memory & Cognition 46 (3), 426-437, 2018
152018
Electrophysiological evidence for impaired attentional engagement with phonologically acceptable misspellings in developmental dyslexia
NJ Savill, G Thierry
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 139, 2011
112011
Individual differences in verbal short-term memory and reading aloud: Semantic compensation for weak phonological processing across tasks.
N Savill, P Cornelissen, J Whiteley, A Woollams, E Jefferies
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (10 …, 2019
102019
Intrinsic connectivity of left ventrolateral prefrontal cortex predicts individual differences in controlled semantic retrieval
M Zhang, U Nathaniel, N Savill, J Smallwood, E Jefferies
NeuroImage 246, 118760, 2022
82022
Individual differences in reading comprehension and off-task thought relate to perceptually-coupled and decoupled cognition
M Zhang, N Savill, DS Margulies, J Smallwood, E Jefferies
BioRxiv, 387035, 2018
22018
Preliminary plans
N Savill, C Metz
OSF, 2022
2022
Papers and presentations
N Savill, C Metz
OSF, 2022
2022
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