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      Why space is not one-dimensional: Location may be categorical and imagistic 

      Giezen, Marcel R.; Costello, Brendan; Carreiras, Manuel (Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2017)
      In our commentary, we raise concerns with the idea that location should be considered a gestural component of sign languages. We argue that psycholinguistic studies provide evidence for location as a “categorical” element ...
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      Widening agreement processing: a matter of time, features and distance 

      Biondo, Nicoletta; Luigi Rizzi, Francesco Vespignani; Mancini, Simona (Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 2018)
      Existing psycholinguistic models typically describe agreement relations as monolithic phenomena amounting to mechanisms that check mere feature consistency. This eye-tracking study aimed at widening this perspective by ...
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      Word and object recognition during reading acquisition: MEGevidence 

      Caffarra, Sendy; Martin, Clara D.; Lizarazu, Mikel; Lallier, Marie; Zarraga, Asier (Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 2017)
      Studies on adults suggest that reading-induced brain changes might not be limited to linguistic processes. It is still unclear whether these results can be generalized to reading development. The present study shows to ...
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      Working Memory Deficits After Lesions Involving the Supplementary Motor Area. 

      Cañas, Alba; Juncadella, Montserrat; Lau, Ruth; Gabarrós, Andreu; Hernández, Mireia (Frontiers in Psychology, 2018)
      The Supplementary Motor Area (SMA)—located in the superior and medial aspects of the superior frontal gyrus—is a preferential site of certain brain tumors and arteriovenous malformations, which often provoke the so-called ...
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      World knowledge and novel information integration during L2 speech comprehension 

      Romero-Rivas, Carlos; Corey, Joanna D.; Garcia, Xavier; Thierry, Guillaume; Martin, Clara D.; Costa, Albert (Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2017)
      In this study we explore whether world knowledge (WK) processing differs between individuals listening to their native (L1) or their non-native (L2) language. We recorded event-related brain potentials in L1 and L2 speakers ...
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      World knowledge integration during second language comprehension 

      Martin, Clara D.; Garcia, Xavier; Breton, Audrey; Thierry, Guillaume; Costa, Albert (Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 2016)
      In order to study the difficulties experienced during sentence comprehension in a foreign language (L2), we investigated semantic and world knowledge information retrieval in L2 comprehenders. Event-related potentials ...
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      Written sentence context effects on acoustic-phonetic perception: fMRI reveals cross-modal semantic-perceptual interactions 

      Guediche, Sara; Zhu, Yuli; Minicucci, Domenic; Blumstein, Sheila E. (Brain and Language, 2019)
      This study examines cross-modality effects of a semantically-biased written sentence context on the perception of an acoustically-ambiguous word target identifying neural areas sensitive to interactions between sentential ...
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      Zooming in on zooming out: Partial selectivity and dynamic tuning of bilingual language control during reading 

      Hoversten, Liv J.; Traxler, Matthew J. (Cognition, 2020)
      Prominent models of bilingual visual word recognition posit a bottom-up nonselective view of lexical processing with parallel access to lexical candidates of both languages. However, these accounts do not accommodate recent ...