Mixed-effects modeling with crossed random effects for subjects and items
Is there a bilingual advantage in the ANT task? Evidence from children
The results showed no bilingual advantage at all, given that the performance of the two groups in the task and the indices associated with the individual attention networks were highly similar and statistically indistinguishable.
An inverse relation between event-related and time–frequency violation responses in sentence processing
Minding the clock
An Integrative Approach to Stroop: Combining a Language Model and a Unififed Cognitive Theory
The rich empirical puzzle of the Stroop effect has traditionally been approached with narrowly focused and somewhat atheoretical models. A recent exception is a simulation model based on the WEAVER++…
An Event-related Potential Study on Changes of Violation and Error Responses during Morphosyntactic Learning
The results show that rapid changes in neuronal responses can be observed in adult learners of a complex morphosyntactic rule, and also that error-related electrophysiological responses may relate to grammar acquisition.
Stroop Interference, Practice, and Aging
- D. Davidson, R. Zacks, Carrick C. Williams
- PsychologyNeuropsychology, development, and cognition…
- 1 June 2003
Findings indicate that older adults show the same trend in practice-related improvement on the Stroop task as younger adults.
Putting first things first
Second language syntactic processing revealed through event-related potentials: An empirical review
Age Preservation of the Syntactic Processor in Production
Results support existing models for the mechanisms that choose between grammatical alternatives and bind phrases to available argument positions and provide evidence that older adults are not impaired in their use of these mechanisms.