Professor Carolyn McGettigan

  1. 2014
  2. Published

    Brain images reveal how we distinguish real and fake laughter

    McGettigan, C., 27 Mar 2014, The Conversation.

    Research output: Contribution to non-peer-reviewed publicationNewspaper article

  3. Published

    Lexico-semantic and acoustic-phonetic processes in the perception of noise-vocoded speech: implications for cochlear implantation.

    McGettigan, C., Rosen, S. & Scott, S. K., 25 Feb 2014, In : Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 8, 18

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  4. Published

    Do sentences with unaccusative verbs involve syntactic movement? Evidence from neuroimaging.

    Agnew, Z. K., Van de Koot, H., McGettigan, C. & Scott, S. K., 2014, In : Language and Cognitive Processes.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  5. Published

    The Social Life of Laughter

    Scott, S. K., Lavan, N., Chen, S. & McGettigan, C., 2014, In : Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 18, 12, p. 618-620

    Research output: Contribution to journalLiterature review

  6. Published

    Voluntary and involuntary processes affect the production of verbal and non-verbal signals by the human voice.

    McGettigan, C. & Scott, S. K., 2014, In : Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37, p. 564-565

    Research output: Contribution to journalComment/debate

  7. 2013
  8. Published

    Finding a voice: How the brain processes vocal identity and emotion

    McGettigan, C., Dec 2013, Higher, p. 22 2 p.

    Research output: Contribution to non-peer-reviewed publicationNewspaper article

  9. Published

    T’ain’t what you say, it’s the way that you say it – left insula and inferior frontal cortex work in interaction with superior temporal regions to control the performance of vocal impersonations

    McGettigan, C., Eisner, F., Agnew, Z. K., Manly, T., Wisbey, D. & Scott, S. K., Nov 2013, In : Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 25, 11, p. 1875-1886

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  10. Published

    Understanding language influences how brains process sound.

    McGettigan, C., 29 Oct 2013, The Conversation.

    Research output: Contribution to non-peer-reviewed publicationInternet publication

  11. Published

    Do temporal processes underlie left hemisphere dominance in speech perception?

    Scott, S. K. & McGettigan, C., Oct 2013, In : Brain and Language. 127, 1, p. 36-45

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  12. Published

    Doing Arnie impressions can activate your brain

    McGettigan, C., 19 Jun 2013, The Conversation.

    Research output: Contribution to non-peer-reviewed publicationInternet publication