Michael T. Ullman
Michael T. Ullman
Professor of Neuroscience, Georgetown University
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Contributions of memory circuits to language: The declarative/procedural model
MT Ullman
Cognition 92 (1-2), 231-270, 2004
18532004
Overregularization in language acquisition
GF Marcus, S Pinker, M Ullman, M Hollander, TJ Rosen, F Xu, H Clahsen
Monographs of the society for research in child development, i-178, 1992
12421992
The past and future of the past tense
S Pinker, MT Ullman
Trends in cognitive sciences 6 (11), 456-463, 2002
11022002
A neural dissociation within language: Evidence that the mental dictionary is part of declarative memory, and that grammatical rules are processed by the procedural system
MT Ullman, S Corkin, M Coppola, G Hickok, JH Growdon, WJ Koroshetz, ...
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 9 (2), 266-276, 1997
10481997
A neurocognitive perspective on language: The declarative/procedural model
MT Ullman
Nature reviews neuroscience 2 (10), 717-726, 2001
10422001
The neural basis of lexicon and grammar in first and second language: The declarative/procedural model
MT Ullman
Bilingualism 4 (2), 105, 2001
9872001
Specific language impairment is not specific to language: The procedural deficit hypothesis
MT Ullman, EI Pierpont
Cortex 41 (3), 399-433, 2005
9082005
The declarative/procedural model of lexicon and grammar
MT Ullman
Journal of psycholinguistic research 30 (1), 37-69, 2001
7042001
A cognitive neuroscience perspective on second language acquisition: The declarative/procedural model
MT Ullman
Mind and context in adult second language acquisition 2005, 141-78, 2005
5182005
Working, declarative and procedural memory in specific language impairment
JAG Lum, G Conti-Ramsden, D Page, MT Ullman
cortex 48 (9), 1138-1154, 2012
3112012
Past tense morphology in specifically language impaired and normally developing children
HKJ Van der Lely, MT Ullman
Language and cognitive processes 16 (2-3), 177-217, 2001
3072001
An event-related fMRI study of syntactic and semantic violations
AJ Newman, R Pancheva, K Ozawa, HJ Neville, MT Ullman
Journal of psycholinguistic research 30 (3), 339-364, 2001
2832001
Neural correlates of lexicon and grammar: Evidence from the production, reading, and judgment of inflection in aphasia
MT Ullman, R Pancheva, T Love, E Yee, D Swinney, G Hickok
Brain and Language 93 (2), 185-238, 2005
2722005
Explicit and implicit second language training differentially affect the achievement of native-like brain activation patterns
K Morgan-Short, K Steinhauer, C Sanz, MT Ullman
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 24 (4), 933-947, 2012
2662012
Is Broca's area part of a basal ganglia thalamocortical circuit?
MT Ullman
Cortex 42 (4), 480-485, 2006
2472006
Second language acquisition of gender agreement in explicit and implicit training conditions: An event‐related potential study
K Morgan‐Short, C Sanz, K Steinhauer, MT Ullman
Language learning 60 (1), 154-193, 2010
2212010
Acceptability ratings of regular and irregular past-tense forms: Evidence for a dual-system model of language from word frequency and phonological neighbourhood effects
MT Ullman
Language and Cognitive processes 14 (1), 47-67, 1999
1971999
Inflectional morphology in a family with inherited specific language impairment
MT Ullman, M Gopnik
Applied Psycholinguistics 20 (1), 51-117, 1999
1931999
Sleep has no critical role in implicit motor sequence learning in young and old adults
D Nemeth, K Janacsek, Z Londe, MT Ullman, DV Howard, JH Howard
Experimental brain research 201 (2), 351-358, 2010
1912010
The declarative/procedural model: a neurobiological model of language learning, knowledge, and use
MT Ullman
Neurobiology of Language, 953-968, 2016
1782016
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