Katrina Furth
Katrina Furth
Adjunct Professor, The Catholic University of America
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Dopamine, cognitive function, and gamma oscillations: role of D4 receptors
KE Furth, S Mastwal, KH Wang, A Buonanno, D Vullhorst
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 7, 102, 2013
Phonological overlap affects lexical selection during sentence production.
TF Jaeger, K Furth, C Hilliard
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (5), 1439, 2012
Incremental phonological encoding during unscripted sentence production
TF Jaeger, K Furth, C Hilliard
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 481, 2012
ErbB4 reduces synaptic GABAA currents independent of its receptor tyrosine kinase activity
RM Mitchell, MJ Janssen, I Karavanova, D Vullhorst, K Furth, A Makusky, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (48), 19603-19608, 2013
Neuronal correlates of ketamine and walking induced gamma oscillations in the medial prefrontal cortex and mediodorsal thalamus
KE Furth, AJ McCoy, C Dodge, JR Walters, A Buonanno, C Delaville
PLoS One 12 (11), e0186732, 2017
Learning to express visual contrasts in the production of referring expressions in Yucatec Maya
LK Butler, TF Jaeger, J Bohnemeyer, K Furth
Proceedings of the CogSci workshop on the Production of Referring …, 2011
Phonological Encoding of Sentence Production
C Hilliard, K Furth, TF Jaeger
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
A Database for the Exploration of Spanish Planning.
CG Gallo, TF Jaeger, K Furth
LREC, 2010
Psycholinguistics in the field: Accessibility-driven production in Yukatek Maya
L Butler, TF Jaeger, K Furth, A Lemieux, CG Gallo, J Bohnemeyer
The role of the dopamine D4 receptor in modulating state-dependent gamma oscillations
KE Furth
Boston University, 2016
Accessibility-based sentence production in Yucatec Maya
L Butler, TF Jaeger, K Furth, A Lemieux, CG Gallo, J Bohnemeyer
IEICE Technical Report; IEICE Tech. Rep. 110 (163), 0
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