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      Tactile expectancy modulates occipital alpha oscillations in early blindness 

      Gurtubay-Antolin, Ane; Bruña, Ricardo; Collignon, Olivier; Rodríguez-Fornells, Antoni (ELSEVIER, 2023)
      Alpha oscillatory activity is thought to contribute to visual expectancy through the engagement of task-relevant occipital regions. In early blindness, occipital alpha oscillations are systematically reduced, suggesting ...
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      Talker and Acoustic Variability in Learning to Produce Nonnative Sounds: Evidence from Articulatory Training 

      Kartushina, Natalia; Martin, Clara D. (Language Learning, 2019)
      Compared to low‐variability training, high‐variability training leads to better learning outcomes and supports generalization of learning. However, it is unclear whether the learning advantage is driven by multiple talkers ...
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      Tapping to a beat in synchrony predicts brain print sensitivity in pre-readers 

      Ríos-López, Paula; Molinaro, Nicola; Lallier, Marie (Brain and Language, 2019)
      This longitudinal study was aimed at testing the relation between rhythm sensitivity and behavioural and neural orthographic sensitivity in pre-reading stages. Basque-speaking children performed several behavioural and EEG ...
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      Task switching and bilingualism in young and older adults: A behavioral and electrophysiological investigation 

      López Zunini, Rocio A.; Morrison, Cassandra; Kousaie, Shanna; Taler, Vanessa (Neuropsychologia, 2019)
      The current study investigated behavioral and electrophysiological (event-related potential; ERP) differences associated with task switching in a sample of young and older monolingual and bilingual adults. ERPs associated ...
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      Task-relevant representations and cognitive control demands modulate functional connectivity from ventral occipito-temporal cortex during object recognition tasks 

      Branzi, FrancescaM.; Martin, Clara D.; Paz-Alonso, Pedro M. (OXFORD, 2022)
      The left ventral occipito-temporal cortex (vOTC) supports extraction and processing of visual features. However, it has remained unclear whether left vOTC-based functional connectivity (FC) differs according to task-relevant ...
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      Temporal uncertainty enhances suppression of neural responses to predictable visual stimuli 

      Nara, Sanjeev; Lizarazu, Mikel; Richter, Craig G; Dima, Diana C; Cichy, Radoslaw M; Bourguignon, Mathieu; Molinaro, Nicola (NeuroImage, 2021)
      Contextual information triggers predictions about the content ( “what ”) of environmental stimuli to update an in- ternal generative model of the surrounding world. However, visual information dynamically changes across ...
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      Temporally stable beta sensorimotor oscillations and corticomuscular coupling underlie force steadiness 

      Mongold, Scott J.; Piitulainen, Harri; Legrand, Thomas; Vander Ghinst, Marc; Naeije, Gilles; Jousmäki, Veikko; Bourguignon, Mathieu (ELSEVIER, 2022)
      As humans, we seamlessly hold objects in our hands, and may even lose consciousness of these objects. This phenomenon raises the unsettled question of the involvement of the cerebral cortex, the core area for voluntary ...
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      Testing Bilingual Educational Methods: A Plea to End the Language-Mixing Taboo 

      Antón Ustaritz, Eneko; Thierry, Guillaume; Goborov, Alexander; Anasagasti Aguirre, Jon ORCID; Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni (Language Learning, 2016)
      Language mixing in a given class is often avoided in bilingual education because of the generally held belief that one subject should be taught in only one language and one person should stick to one language in order ...
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      Testing the connections within face processing circuitry in Capgras delusion with diffusion imaging tractography 

      Bobes, Maria A.; Góngora, Daylin; Valdes, Annette; Santos, Yusniel; Acosta, Yanely; Fernandez Garcia, Yuriem; Lage, Agustín; Valdés-Sosa, Mitchell (NeuroImage: Clinical, 2016)
      Although Capgras delusion (CD) patients are capable of recognizing familiar faces, they present a delusional belief that some relatives have been replaced by impostors. CD has been explained as a selective disruption of a ...
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      The Acoustic Features and Didactic Function of Foreigner-Directed Speech: A Scoping Review 

      Piazza, Giorgio; Martin, Clara D.; Kalashnikova, Marina (ASHA, 2022)
      Purpose: This scoping review considers the acoustic features of a clear speech register directed to nonnative listeners known as foreigner-directed speech (FDS). We identify vowel hyperarticulation and low speech rate ...
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      The Anatomy of Non-conscious Recognition Memory 

      Rosenthal, Clive R.; Soto, David ORCID (Trends in Neusciences, 2016)
      Cortical regions as early as primary visual cortex have been implicated in recognition memory. Here, we outline the challenges that this presents for neurobiological accounts of recognition memory. We conclude that ...
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      The BEST Dataset of Language Proficiency 

      Carreiras, Manuel; de Bruin, Angela; Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni (Frontiers in Psychology, 2017)
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      The Bilingual Lexicon, Back and Forth: Electrophysiological Signatures of Translation Asymmetry 

      Pérez, Gonzalo; Hesse, Eugenia; Dottori, Martín; Birba, Agustina; Amoruso, Lucia; Martorell Caro, Miguel; Ibáñez, Agustín; García, Adolfo M. (ELSEVIER, 2022)
      Mainstream theories of first and second language (L1, L2) processing in bilinguals are crucially informed by word translation research. A core finding is the translation asymmetry effect, typified by slower performance in ...
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      The Concreteness Advantage in Lexical Decision Does Not Depend on Perceptual Simulations 

      Bottini, Roberto; Morucci, Piermatteo; D’Urso, Anna; Collignon, Olivier; Crepaldi, Davide (APA American Psychological Association, 2022)
      Abstract words are typically more difficult to identify than concrete words in lexical-decision, word-naming, and recall tasks. This behavioral advantage, known as the concreteness effect, is often considered as evidence for ...
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      The Confidence Database 

      Rahnev, Dobromir; Desender, Kobe; Lee, Alan L. F.; Adler, William T.; Aguilar-Lleyda, David; Akdoğan, Başak; Arbuzova, Polina; Atlas, Lauren Y.; Balcı, Fuat; Bang, Ji Won; Bègue, Indrit; Birney, Damian P.; Brady, Timothy F.; Calder-Travis, Joshua; Chetverikov, Andrey; Clark, Torin K.; Davranche, Karen; Denison, Rachel N.; Dildine, Troy C.; Double, Kit S.; Duyan, Yalçın A.; Faivre, Nathan; Fallow, Kaitlyn; Filevich, Elisa; Gajdos, Thibault; Gallagher, Regan M.; de Gardelle, Vincent; Gherman, Sabina; Haddara, Nadia; Hainguerlot, Marine; Hsu, Tzu-Yu; Hu, Xiao; Iturrate, Iñaki; Jaquiery, Matt; Kantner, Justin; Koculak, Marcin; Konishi, Mahiko; Koß, Christina; Kvam, Peter D.; Kwok, Sze Chai; Lebreton, Maël; Lempert, Karolina M.; Lo, Chien Ming; Luo, Liang; Maniscalco, Brian; Martin, Antonio; Massoni, Sébastien; Matthews, Julian; Mazancieux, Audrey; Merfeld, Daniel M.; O’Hora, Denis; Palser, Eleanor R.; Paulewicz, Borysław; Pereira, Michael; Peters, Caroline; Philiastides, Marios G.; Pfuhl, Gerit; Prieto, Fernanda; Rausch, Manuel; Recht, Samuel; Reyes, Gabriel; Rouault, Marion; Sackur, Jérôme; Sadeghi, Saeedeh; Samaha, Jason; Seow, Tricia X. F.; Shekhar, Medha; Sherman, Maxine T.; Siedlecka, Marta; Skóra, Zuzanna; Song, Chen; Soto, David ORCID; Sun, Sai; van Boxtel, Jeroen J. A.; Wang, Shuo; Weidemann, Christoph T.; Weindel, Gabriel; Wierzchoń, Michał; Xu, Xinming; Ye, Qun; Yeon, Jiwon; Zou, Futing; Zylberberg, Ariel (Nature Human Behaviour, 2020)
      Understanding how people rate their confidence is critical for the characterization of a wide range of perceptual, memory, motor and cognitive processes. To enable the continued exploration of these processes, we created ...
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      The consequences of literacy and schooling for parsing strings 

      Malik-Moraleda, Saima; Orihuela, Karla; Carreiras, Manuel; Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni (Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 2018)
      Word processing initially occurs through letter-by-letter parsing at early stages of reading development. Here we investigated the role of literacy in parsing both linguistic and non-linguistic strings, as well as the ...
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      The Deployment of Young Readers´ Visual Attention across Orthographic Strings: The Influence of Stems and Suffixes 

      Antzaka, Alexia; Acha Morcillo, Joana ORCID; Carreiras, Manuel; Lallier, Marie (Scientific Studies of Reading, 2021)
      The goal of the paper was to investigate whether morphological units – stems and suffixes – influence orthographic processing by modulating visual attention demands to the task. Orthographic processing was measured with ...
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      The Development of Spontaneous Sound-Shape Matching in Monolingual and Bilingual Infants During the First Year 

      Pejovic, Jovana; Molnar, Monika T. (Developmental Psychology, 2017)
      Recently it has been proposed that sensitivity to nonarbitrary relationships between speech sounds and objects potentially bootstraps lexical acquisition. However, it is currently unclear whether preverbal infants (e.g., ...
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      The effect of foreign language in fear acquisition 

      García-Palacios, Azucena; Costa, Albert; Castilla, Diana; del Río, Eva; Casaponsa, Aina; Duñabeitia, Jon Andoni (Scientific Reports, 2018)
      Emotions are at the core of human nature. There is evidence that emotional reactivity in foreign languages compared to native languages is reduced. We explore whether this emotional distance could modulate fear conditioning, ...
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      The effect of orthographic depth on letter string processing: the case of visual attention span and rapid automatized naming 

      Antzaka, Alexia; Martin, Clara D.; Caffarra, Sendy; Schlöffel, Sophie; Carreiras, Manuel; Lallier, Marie (Reading and Writing, 2018)
      The present study investigated whether orthographic depth can increase the bias towards multi-letter processing in two reading-related skills: visual attention span (VAS) and rapid automatized naming (RAN). VAS (i.e., the ...