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Publications

Novén, M., Schremm, A., Nilsson, M., Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2019). Cortical thickness of Broca's area and right homologue is related to grammar learning aptitude and pitch discrimination proficiency. Brain and Language, 188, 42-47.

Schremm, A., Novén, M., Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2019). Brain responses to morphologically complex verbs : An electrophysiological study of Swedish regular and irregular past tense forms. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 51, 76-83.

Gosselke Berthelsen, S., Horne, M., Brännström, J., Shtyrov, Y. & Roll, M. (2018). Neural processing of morphosyntactic tonal cues in second-language learners. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 45, 60-78.

Söderström, P., Horne, M., Mannfolk, P., van Westen, D. & Roll, M. (2018). Rapid syntactic pre-activation in Broca’s area : Concurrent electrophysiological and haemodynamic recordings. Brain Research, 1697, 76-82.

Schremm, A., Novén, M., Horne, M., Söderström, P., van Westen, D. & Roll, M. (2018). Cortical thickness of planum temporale and pars opercularis in native language tone processing. Brain and Language, 176, 42-47.

Roll, M., Söderström, P., Frid, J., Mannfolk, P. & Horne, M. (2017). Forehearing words: Pre-activation of word endings at word onset. Neuroscience Letters, 658, 57-61.

Roll, M. (2017). Höra i förtid: Hur hjärnan föraktiverar orden innan vi hör dem. I Rahm, H. (Red.) Årsbok (pp. 153-161). Vetenskapssocieteten i Lund.

Söderström, P., Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2017). Stem tones pre-activate suffixes in the brain. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 46, 271-280.

Söderström, P., Horne, M., Mannfolk, P., van Westen, D. & Roll, M. (2017). Tone-grammar association within words: Concurrent ERP and fMRI show rapid neural pre-activation and involvement of left inferior frontal gyrus in pseudoword processing. Brain and Language, 174, 119-126.

Schremm, A., Hed, A., Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2017). Training predictive L2 processing with a digital game : prototype promotes acquisition of anticipatory use of tone-suffix associations. Computers & Education, 114, 206-221.

Grönholm, E., Roll, M., Horne, M., Sundgren, P. & Lindgren, A. (2016). Predominance of caudate nucleus lesions in acute ischemic stroke patients with impairments in language and speech. European Journal of Neurology, 23, 148-153.

Söderström, P., Horne, M., Frid, J. & Roll, M. (2016). Pre-activation negativity (PrAN) in brain potentials to unfolding words. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10.

Schremm, A., Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2016). Time-Driven Effects on Processing Relative Clauses. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 45, 1033-1044.

Schremm, A., Söderström, P., Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2016). Implicit acquisition of tone-suffix connections in L2 learners of Swedish. The Mental Lexicon, 11, 55-75.

Blomberg, F., Roll, M., Lindgren, M., Brännström, J. & Horne, M. (2015). Emotional arousal and lexical specificity modulate response times differently depending on ear of presentation in a dichotic listening task. The Mental Lexicon, 10, 221-246.

Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2015). Introduction: Prosody in the Nordic languages. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 38, 111-113.

Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2015). (Eds.) Nordic Journal of Linguistics/Special Issue. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 38.

Horne, M., Lindgren, M., Nilsson, M., Roll, M., Shtyrov, Y., Ståhlberg, F. & Topgaard, D. (2015). (Eds.) Microstructures of Learning : Novel methods and approaches for assessing structural and functional changes underlying knowledge acquisition in the brain. Neuroscience. Frontiers.

Roll, M. (2015). A neurolinguistic study of South Swedish word accents : Electrical brain potentials in nouns and verbs. Nordic Journal of Linguistics, 38, 149-162.

Roll, M., Söderström, P., Mannfolk, P., Shtyrov, Y., Johansson, M., van Westen, D. & Horne, M. (2015). Word tones cueing morphosyntactic structure: Neuroanatomical substrates and activation time-course assessed by EEG and fMRI. Brain and Language, 150, 14-21.

Schremm, A., Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2015). Brain responses to syntax constrained by time-driven implicit prosodic phrases. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 35, 68-84.

Söderström, P., Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2015). Using tonal cues to predict inflections. I Svensson Lundmark, M., Ambrazaitis, G. & van de Weijer, J. (Red.) (pp. 91-94), 55. Department of Linguistics and Phonetics, Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University.

Mårtensson, F., Roll, M., Lindgren, M., Apt, P. & Horne, M. (2014). Sensory-specific anomic aphasia following left occipital lesions: Data from free oral descriptions of concrete word meanings. Neurocase, 20, 192-207.

Roll, M., Gosselke Berthelsen, S., Lindgren, M. & Horne, M. (2013). Time-driven effects on processing grammatical agreement. Frontiers in Psychology, 4.

Roll, M., Söderström, P. & Horne, M. (2013). Word-stem tones cue suffixes in the brain. Brain Research 1520, 116-120.

Roll, M. & Horne, M. (2013). Right- and left-edge boundary tones in syntactic processing. I Asu, E. L. & Lippus, P. (Red.) (pp. 303-312). Peter Lang Publishing Group.

Söderström, P., Roll, M. & Horne, M. (2013). Effects of task on the processing of Swedish word accents: A reaction time and response time study. I Asu, E. L. & Lippus, P. (Red.) (pp. 353-362). Peter Lang Publishing Group.

Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2012). Swedish as a [+Continuity] language: Left-edge prosody and right-edge morphosyntax. I Brandtler, J., Håkansson, D., Huber, S. & Klingvall, E. (Eds.) (pp. 333-341). Lund University (Media-Tryck).

Roll, M., Lindgren, M., Alter, K. & Horne, M. (2012). Time-driven effects on parsing during reading. Brain and Language, 121, 267-272.

Roll, M., Mårtensson, F., Sikström, S., Apt, P., Bååth, R. & Horne, M. (2012). Atypical associations to abstract words in Broca's aphasia. Cortex, 48, 1068-1072.

Söderström, P., Roll, M. & Horne, M. (2012). Processing morphologically conditioned word accents. The Mental Lexicon, 7, 77-89.

Mårtensson, F., Roll, M., Apt, P. & Horne, M. (2011). Modeling the meaning of words: Neural correlates of abstract and concrete noun processing. Acta Neurobiologiae Experimentalis, 71, 455-478.

Roll, M. & Horne, M. (2011). Interaction of right- and left-edge prosodic boundaries in syntactic parsing. Brain Research1966-01-01+01:00, 1402, 93-100.

Roll, M., Horne, M. & Lindgren, M. (2011). Activating without Inhibiting: Left-Edge Boundary Tones and Syntactic Processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23, 1170-1179.

Roll, M., Söderström, P. & Horne, M. (2011). Phonetic markedness, turning points, and anticipatory attention.

Roll, M., Söderström, P. & Horne, M. (2011). The marked status of Accent 2 in Central Swedish.

Horne, M. & Roll, M. (2010). (Eds.) Words and their meaning: a deep delve from surface distribution into underlying neural representation. The Mental Lexicon, 5. John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Roll, M., Horne, M. & Lindgren, M. (2010). Word accents and morphology - ERPs of Swedish word processing. Brain Research, 1330, 114-123.

Alter, K., Horne, M., Lindgren, M., Roll, M. & von Koss Torkildsen, J. (2009). (Red.) Brain Talk : discourse with and in the brain : papers from the first Birgit Rausing Language Program Conference in Linguistics, Lund, June 2008. Birgit Rausing Language Program Conference in Linguistics, 1.

Roll, M., Horne, M. & Lindgren, M. (2009). Left-edge boundary tone and main clause verb effects on syntactic processing in embedded clauses - An ERP study. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 22, 55-73.

Roll, M. & Horne, M. (2009). Grammaticalization of prosody in the brain. I Branderud, P. & Traunmüller, H. (Eds.) (pp. 66-71). Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University.

Roll, M., Horne, M. & Lindgren, M. (2008). Neurophysiology of a left-edge boundary tone using natural and edited F0. I Barbosa, P. (Eds.) (pp. 247-250).

Roll, M., Frid, J. & Horne, M. (2007). Measuring Syntactic Complexity in Spontaneous Spoken Swedish. Language and Speech, 50, 227-245.

Roll, M., Horne, M. & Lindgren, M. (2007). Object Shift and Event-Related Brain Potentials. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 20, 462-481. Elsevier.

Horne, M., Frid, J. & Roll, M. (2006). Timing restrictions on prosodic phrasing. I Bruce, G. & Horne, M. (Eds.) (pp. 117-126). Peter Lang Publishing Group.

Roll, M. (2006). Prosodic Cues to the syntactic structure of subordinate clauses in Swedish. In Bruce, G. & Horne, M. (Eds.) (pp. 195-204). Peter Lang Publishing Group.

Roll, M., Frid, J. & Horne, M. (2005). Ett att kan betyda så mycket. Språkvård, 3, 27-31. Språkrådet.