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Dikker, S., Silbert, L., Hasson, U., & Zevin, J. (2014). Predictability enhances speaker-listener brain-to-brain synchrony in posterior superior temporal gyrus. The Journal of Neuroscience, 34, 6267-6272. >> PDF
Dikker, S., & Pylkkänen, L. (2013). Predicting language: MEG evidence for lexical preactivation. Brain & Language, 127, 55-64. >> PDF
Dikker, S., & Pylkkänen, L. (2011). Before the N400: effects of lexical-semantic violations in visual cortex. Brain & Language, 118, 23-8. >> PDF
Dikker, S., Rabagliati, H., Farmer, T.A., & Pylkkänen, L. (2010). Early occipital sensitivity to syntactic category is based on form typicality. Psychological Science, 21, 635-40. >> PDF
Dikker*, S., Rabagliati*, H., & Pylkkänen, L. (2009). Sensitivity to syntax in visual cortex. Cognition, 110, 293-321. *joint first authorship >> PDF
Dikker, S. (2008). Spanish prepositions in Media Lengua: redefining relexification. In: Stolz, T., D. Bakker & R. Salas Paloma (eds.). Romancisation worldwide. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. >> PDF
Arends, J., Verhagen, J., Van Lier, E.H., Dikker, S., & Cardoso, H. (2006). On the presence versus absence of morphological marking in four Romance-based creoles. In: Bhatt, P. & I. Plag (eds.). The structure of creole words: Segmental, syllabic and morphological aspects. Tübingen: Niemeyer.
Dikker, S. & Van Lier, E.H. (2005). The interplay between syntactic and contextual information: Agreement domains. In: Mackenzie, J.L. & M.A. Gómez-González (eds.). Studies in Functional Discourse Grammar (Linguistic Insights, 26). Berne: Peter Lang.

Latinos in New York City High Schools. (Interim Report to the NYC DOE, 2010). The Urban Education Program of the CUNY Graduate Center, the Research Institute for the Study of Language in Urban Societies, and the NYC Department of Education, Office of English Language Learners. Ofelia Garcia, Nelson Flores, Heather Homonoff-Woodley, Haiwen Chu, Suzanne Dikker, and Laura Kaplan.
Guidelines for the Use of Language Analysis in Relation to Questions of National Origin in Refugee Cases. (2004). Speech, Language and the Law, 11(2), 1350-1771. The Language and National Origin Group. >> PDF
Taalanalyse: een vak apart. (2004). Suzanne Dikker & Maaike Verrips, De Taalstudio. [report on the scientific validity of language analysis as a method to determine the origin of asylum seekers].

The Mutual Wave Machine.
Suzanne Dikker & Matthias Oostrik, with Peter Burr, Diederik Schoorl, Matthew Patterson Curry.
Nemo Science Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, November 2014.
Silicon Valley Contemporary, San Jose, USA, April 2014.
Eye Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, November 2013.
TodaysArt, The Hague, the Netherlands, September 2013.

Measuring the Magic of Mutual Gaze.
Marina Abramovic, Suzanne Dikker, Matthias Oostrik, & participants of the Annual Watermill Art and Science: Insights into Consciousness Workshop.
Marina Abramovic: The Artist is Present, the Garage Center of Contemporary Culture, Moscow, Russia, October-December 2011.
SOFT CONTROL: Art, Science and the Technological Unconscious. Cultural Capital of Europe, Slovenia, November 2012.
Sleuthing the Mind exhibit. Manhattan Pratt Gallery, New York, September-December 2014. (documentation only)

Compatibility Racer.
Lauren Silbert, Jennifer Silbert, Suzanne Dikker, Matthias Oostrik, Oliver Hess & Amanda Parkes.
Kulturpark Berlin, Germany, June 2012.

Mutual Brainwaves Lab.
Suzanne Dikker & Matthias Oostrik, with Michael Caruso, Katia Tsvetkova.
IMPAKT Festival Utrecht, the Netherlands, October 2014.
NeuroTango, Cantina Royal, Brooklyn, March 2014.
Brain Games, National Geographic Channel, aired January 2014.
The American Museum of Natural History, Brain Awareness Week, March 2013.
World Science Festival, New York, May 2013.
Basilica, Hudson, NY, November 2013.

Last Modified September 2014