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Tracking lexical access in speech production: electrophysiological correlates of word frequency and cognate effects.
The present study establishes an electrophysiological index of lexical access in speech production by exploring the locus of the frequency and cognate effects during overt naming. We conducted 2Expand
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Unconscious effects of language-specific terminology on preattentive color perception
It is now established that native language affects one's perception of the world. However, it is unknown whether this effect is merely driven by conscious, language-based evaluation of theExpand
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An event-related potential component sensitive to images of the human body
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We compared the electrophysiological response to human bodies elicited by faces, bodies and various control stimuli, as well as intact and scrambled silhouettes and stick figures. Expand
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Bilinguals reading in their second language do not predict upcoming words as native readers do
Abstract During reading, monolingual readers actively predict upcoming words from sentence context. Here we investigated whether bilingual readers predict sentence final words when they read in theirExpand
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The time course of word retrieval revealed by event-related brain potentials during overt speech
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Speech production is one of the most fundamental activities of humans. Expand
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Controlling for interstimulus perceptual variance abolishes N170 face selectivity
Establishing when and how the human brain differentiates between object categories is key to understanding visual cognition. Event-related potential (ERP) investigations have led to the consensusExpand
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Brain potentials reveal unconscious translation during foreign-language comprehension
Whether the native language of bilingual individuals is active during second-language comprehension is the subject of lively debate. Studies of bilingualism have often used a mix of first- andExpand
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Brain potentials reveal unconscious translation during foreign-language comprehension
Whether the native language of bilingual individuals is active during second-language comprehension is the subject of lively debate. Studies of bilingualism have often used a mix of first- andExpand
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Renewal of the neurophysiology of language: functional neuroimaging.
Functional neuroimaging methods have reached maturity. It is now possible to start to build the foundations of a physiology of language. The remarkable number of neuroimaging studies performed so farExpand
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Chinese–English Bilinguals Reading English Hear Chinese
Bilingual individuals have been shown to access their native language while reading in or listening to their other language. However, it is unknown what type of mental representation (e.g., sound orExpand
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