- Vitenskapelige publikasjoner
Predictions in Conversation. I: A Life in Cognition.
Bálint, Anna; Eleőd, Huba; Magyari, Lilla; Kis, Anna; Gácsi, Márta
Differences in dogs’ event-related potentials in response to human and dog vocal stimuli; a non-invasive study.
Royal Society Open Science
Boros, Marianna; Magyari, Lilla; Török, Dávid; Bozsik, Anett; Deme, Andrea; Andics, Attila
Neural processes underlying statistical learning for speech segmentation in dogs.
Magyari, Lilla; Mangen, Anne; Kuzmicova, Anezka; Jacobs, Arthur M.; Lüdtke, Jana
Eye movements and mental imagery during reading of literary texts in different narrative styles.
Journal of Eye Movement Research
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Since September 2020 I have been a postdoc researcher at the Reading Centre of UiS. I have been working on my MSCA fellowship project with the title: What do we learn from dialogues in fiction? (FictDial). Between 2018 and 2020, I was a research fellow in the MTA-ELTE Neuroethology of Communication "Lendület" Research Group at ELTE University in Budapest. Between 2014 and 2018 I was assistant professor at the Department of General Psychology at the Péter Pázmány Catholic University in Budapest. I conducted my PhD studies at the Language & Cognition Department of the MPI for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen, in the Netherlands and also worked as a research assistant in the FieldTrip (a toolbox for analysis for EEG/MEG data) development team. My research investigates neurocognitive mechanisms involved in turn-taking of conversation and I am also interested in comparative studies of language comprehension. My MSCA project, FictDial examines the role of dialogues in literary fiction in relation to every-day verbal social interactions and whether and how we acquire social knowledge by reading literary dialogues.+