Eleanor Huizeling received an Honorable Mention last week at the 15th Annual Meeting of Society for Neurobiology of Language. The meeting took place in Marseille, France, at Palais du Pharo.
The Editors-in-Chief of the Neurobiology of Language journal, Professor Kate Watkins and Professor Steven Small, selected her paper, entitled Lexical Frequency and Sentence Context Influence the Brain’s Response to Single Words, from those published in 2022 (Volume 3) to receive the Honorable Mention.
Eleanor Huizeling says: 'It means a lot to have our work recognised. I’m very grateful for all the help and hard work of the coauthors, Jan Mathijs Schoffelen, Sophie Arana and Peter Hagoort, that made this publication possible.'
Link to paper
Huizeling, E., Arana, S., Hagoort, P., & Schoffelen, J. -M. (2022). Lexical Frequency and Sentence Context Influence the Brain’s Response to Single Words. Neurobiology of Language 3(1), 149-179.