Supplementary Materials

Under Review

  • Fields, E. C., Weber, K., Stillerman, B., Delaney-Busch, N., & Kuperberg, G. R. Evidence of a self-positivity bias in the medial prefrontal cortex during the comprehension of social vignettes. Under review. [Supplementary Materials]
  • Kuperberg GR and Clegg L. It hurts less the second time around: Reduced neurocognitive costs in processing neutral words referring back to emotional concepts in discourse. Under review. [Supplementary Materials]

In Press

  • Kuperberg GR, Weber K, Delaney-Busch N, Ustine C, Stillerman B, Hamalainen M, & Lau E. (In Press). Multimodal neuroimaging evidence for looser lexico-semantic connections in schizophrenia. Neuropsychologia. [Supplementary Figures]

  • Rabagliati H, Delaney-Busch N, Snedeker J, Kuperberg GR. Spared bottom-up but impaired rop-down interactive effects on naturalistic spoken language comprehension in schizophrenia. In press. Psychological Medicine. [Supplementary Materials]

  • Wang L, Kuperberg GR, Jensen O. Specific lexico-semantic predictions are associated with unique spatial and temporal patterns of neural activity. In press. [Supplementary Material: Figures][Supplementary Material: Chinese/English Stimuli]


  • Shetreet, E., Alexander, E. J., Romoli, J., Chierchia, G., & Kuperberg, G. R. (2019). What we Know about Knowing: Presuppositions generated by factive verbs influence downstream neural processing. Cognition, 184, 96-106. [Supplementary Materials


  • Kuperberg GR, Ditman T, Choi Perrachione A. When proactivity fails: An electrophysiological study of establishing reference in schizophrenia. Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging. 2018; 3(1): 77-87.  [Supplementary Materials]
  • Kuperberg GR, Delaney-Busch N, Fanucci K, Blackford T. Priming Production: Neural evidence for enhanced automatic semantic activity immediately preceding language production in schizophrenia. NeuroImage: Clinical. 2018; 18: 74-85. [Supplementary Materials]


  • Delaney-Busch N, Wilkie G and Kuperberg GR. Vivid: How valence and arousal influence word processing under different task demands. Under review. [Supplementary Materials]


  • Xiang M and Kuperberg GR. Reversing expectations during discourse comprehension. Language, Cognition Neuroscience. 2015. [Supplementary Materials]

  • Fields EC, Kuperberg GR. Loving yourself more than your neighbor: ERPs reveal online effects of a self-positivity bias. 2015; 10(9): 1202-1209. [Supplementary Materials]



  • Lau E, Holcomb PJ, Kuperberg GR. Dissociating N400 effects of prediction from association in single word contexts. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 2013, 25:3; 484-502. [Supplementary Figures] [Supplementary Materials]


  • Paczynski M, Kuperberg GR. Multiple Influences of Semantic Memory on Sentence Processing: Distinct Effects of Semantic Relatedness on Violations of Real-World Event/State Knowledge and Animacy Selection Restrictions. Journal of Memory and Language. 2012; 67(4): 426-448. [Supplementary Materials]

  • Fields EC, Kuperberg GR. It's all about you: An ERP study of emotion and self-relevance in discourse. NeuroImage. 2012; 62(1): 562–574. [Supplementary Materials]

  • Cohn N, Paczynski M, Jackendoff R, Holcomb PJ, Kuperberg GR. Structure and meaning in sequential image comprehension. Cognitive Psychology. 2012; 65(1): 1-38. [Supplementary Materials]

  • Blackford T, Holcomb PJ, Grainger J, Kuperberg GR. A funny thing happened on the way to articulation: N400 attenuation despite behavioral interference in picture naming. Cognition. 2012; 123(1): 84-99. [Supplementary Materials & Figure]


  • Paczynski M, Kuperberg GR. Electrophysiological evidence for use of the animacy hierarchy, but not thematic role assignment during verb argument processing. Special Issue of Language and Cognitive Processes: The Cognitive Neuroscience of Semantic Processing. 2011; 26(9): 1402-1456. [Figure & Supplementary Materials]

  • Holt DJ, Lakshmanan B, Freudenreich O, Goff DC, Rauch RL, Kuperberg GR. Dysfunction of a cortical midline network during emotional appraisals in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 2011; 37(1): 164-176. PMCID: PMC3004194 [Supplementary Materials]

  • Kuperberg GR, Kreher DA, Swain A, Goff DC, Holt DJ. Selective emotional processing deficits to social vignettes in schizophrenia: an ERP study. Schizophrenia Bulletin. 2011; 37(1): 148-163. PMCID: PMC3004190 [Supplementary Figures]


  • Nieuwland MS, Ditman T, Kuperberg GR. On the incrementality of pragmatic processing: An ERP investigation of informativeness and pragmatic abilities. Journal of Memory and Language. 2010; 63: 324-346. [Supplementary Materials]

  • De Grauwe S, Swain A, Holcomb PJ, Ditman T, Kuperberg GR. Electrophysiological insights into the processing of nominal metaphors. Neuropsychologia. 2010; 48 (7): 1965-1984. PMCID: PMC2907657 [Supplementary Materials]

  • Kuperberg GR, Choi A, Cohn N, Paczynski M, Jackendoff R. Electrophysiological correlates of Complement Coercion. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2010; 22(12): 2685-2701. PMCID: PMC3151732 [Supplementary Figures]


  • Holt DJ, Lynn SK, Kuperberg GR. Neurophysiological correlates of comprehending emotional meaning in context. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 2009; 21(11): 2245-2262. [Supplementary Figures]


  • Nieuwland MS, Kuperberg GR. When the truth isn't too hard to handle: An event-related potential study on the pragmatics of negation. Psychological Science. 2008; 19: 1213-1218. [Negation Examples]

  • Sitnikova T, Holcomb PJ, Kiyonaga KA, Kuperberg GR. Two neurocognitive mechanisms of semantic integration during the comprehension of visual real-world events. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 2008; 20(11):1-21. [movie_congruous] [movie_incongruous]