Publications

Auditory Processing

Jasmin, K., Lima, C., Scott, SK. (Submitted) It’s about time: an integrated neural perspective on the perception, production and processing of sound.

Autism

Jasmin, K., Gotts, S., Xu, Y., Liu, S., Riddell, C., Ingeholm, J., Kenworthy, L., Wallace, G., Braun, A.R., Martin, A.  (Under Review). Overt social interaction and resting state in autism: core and contextual neural features. bioRxiv. http://doi.org/10.1101/332213

Gotts, S., Ramot, M., Jasmin, K., Martin, A. (Under Review) Altered resting-state dynamics in autism spectrum disorder: causal to the social impairment?

Communication and Speech

Jasmin, K., Dick, F., Holt, L.,Taylor, AT. Degeneracy makes music and speech robust to individual differences in perception (Submitted) bioRxiv 263079; doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/263079

Jasmin, K. M., McGettigan, C., Agnew, Z. K., Josephs, O., Cummins, F., Scott, S. K. (2016) Cohesion and joint speech: right hemisphere contributions to synchronized vocal production. The Journal of Neuroscience.

Omote, A., Jasmin, K., Tierney, A. (2017) Successful non-native speech perception is linked to precise auditory neural encoding. Cortex.

McGettigan, C., Jasmin, K., Eisner, F., Agnew, Z., Josephs, O., Calder, A., Jessop, R., Lawson, R., Spielmann, M., Scott, S.K. (2017) You talkin’ to me? Communicative talker gaze activates left-lateralized superior temporal cortex. Neuropsychologia 100. 51-63.

Staum Casasanto, L. Gijssels, T., Jasmin, K., Hagoort, P, & Casasanto, D. (2014) Speech accommodation without priming: The case of pitch. Discourse Processes. 

Evans S, Meekings S, Nuttall HE, Jasmin K, Boebinger D, Adank P and Scott SK (2014). Does musical enrichment enhance the neural coding of syllables? Neuroscientific interventions and the importance of behaviour data. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 8:964. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00964

Staum Casasanto, L., Jasmin, K., Casasanto, D. (2010) .Virtually accommodating: Speech rate accommodation to a virtual interlocutor. Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Portland, Oregon.

Language and Concepts

Jasmin, K. & Casasanto, D. (2012). The QWERTY Effect: How typing shapes the meanings of words. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 19(3), 499-504.

[Our reply to Mark Liberman’s Language Log post about the QWERTY effect here.]

Mellem, M., Jasmin, K., Peng, C., Martin, A. (2016) Sentence processing in anterior superior temporal cortex shows a social-emotional bias. Neuropsychologia.

Casasanto, D., Jasmin, K., Brookshire, G. & Gijssels, T. (2014). The QWERTY Effect: How typing shapes word meanings and baby names. Proceedings of the 36th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Quebec City, Canada.

Casasanto, D. & Jasmin, K. (2012) The hands of time: Temporal gestures in English speakers. Cognitive Linguistics 23 (4) p. 643-674

Jasmin, K. & Casasanto, D (2011). The QWERTY Effect: How Stereo-typing shapes the mental lexicon. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.

Casasanto, D. & Jasmin, K. (2010). Good and Bad in the Hands of Politicians: Spontaneous gestures during positive and negative speech. PLoS ONE, 5(7), e11805.

Casasanto, D. & Jasmin, K. (2009) Emotional Valence is Body-Specific: Evidence from Spontaneous Gestures During US Presidential Debates. Proceedings of the 31st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. Amsterdam, The Netherlands.