New Publication in Bilingualism: Language and Cognition

Predicting Upcoming Information in Native-Language and Non-native-Language Auditory Word Recognition by Bilinguals Monolingual listeners continuously predict upcoming information. Here, we Read More →

New Publication in Journal of Memory and Language

Linking recognition and production: Cross-modal transfer effects between picture naming and lexical decision during first and second language processing in Read More →

New publication in Behavioral Research Methods, Instruments and Computers

Presenting GECO: An Eye-tracking Corpus of Monolingual and Bilingual Sentence Reading. This paper introduces GECO, the Ghent Eye-tracking Corpus, a Read More →

Kansarmoede vraagt meer onderwijs, niet minder

Het is een vaak gehoorde bekommernis: het Vlaamse onderwijs zou sociale ongelijkheid bestendigen en zelfs vergroten. Anneleen BoderĂ© keerde dit Read More →

New Publication in Journal of Memory and Language

Cross-modal transfer effects between picture naming and lexical decision during first and second language processing in bilinguals. The present study Read More →

New Publication in Language Learning

The longitudinal effect of bilingual immersion schooling on cognitive control and intelligence Throughout the past century, the effects of bilingualism Read More →

New publication in Journal of Experimental Child Psychology

The involvement of long-term serial-order memory in reading development: A longitudinal study Recent findings suggest that Hebb repetition learning—a paradigmatic Read More →

New publication in Bilingualism: Language and Cognition

Reading a book in one or two languages? An eye movement study of cognate facilitation in L1 and L2 reading. Read More →

New publication in Cognition and Emotion

Mapping the interplay among cognitive biases, emotion regulation, and depressive symptoms Cognitive biases and emotion regulation (ER) difficulties have been Read More →

New Publication in Human Performance

Often Biased but Rarely in Doubt: How Initial Reactions to Stigmatized Applicants Affects Interviewer Confidence. Building on a metacognitive framework Read More →