Category Archives: Publications

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New publication in Behavior Research Methods

How well do word recognition measures correlate? Effects of language context and repeated presentations The present study assessed to what Read More →

New Publication the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology

Monitoring Speech Production and Comprehension: Where is the Second-Language Delay? Research on error monitoring suggests that bilingual Dutch-English speakers are Read More →

New publication in Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition

Is there adaptation of speech production after speech perception in bilingual interaction? In dialogue, speakers tend to adapt their speech Read More →

New publication in Neuropsychologia

Neural overlap of L1 and L2 semantic representations across visual and auditory modalities: a decoding approach This study investigated whether Read More →

New Publication in Language, Cognition and Neuroscience

Are higher-level processes delayed in second language word production? Evidence from picture naming and phoneme monitoring There are clear disadvantages Read More →

New publication in Journal of Neurolinguistics

A case study about the interplay between language control and cognitive abilities in bilingual differential aphasia: Behavioral and brain correlates Read More →

New publication in Cortex

Anatomical and functional changes in the brain after simultaneous interpreting training: A longitudinal study In the recent literature on bilingualism, Read More →

New publication in Bilingualism: Language and Cognition

Is language interference (when it occurs) a graded or an all-or-none effect? Evidence from bilingual reported speech production. Do cross-lingual Read More →

New publication in International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders

Cognate effects and cognitive control in patients with parallel and differential bilingual aphasia Background Until today, there is no satisfying Read More →

New publication in Developmental Science

Children retain implicitly learned phonological sequences better than adults: A longitudinal study Whereas adults often rely on explicit memory, children Read More →