Interference control at the response level: Functional networks reveal higher efficiency in the bilingual brain

@article{Berroir2017InterferenceCA,
  title={Interference control at the response level: Functional networks reveal higher efficiency in the bilingual brain},
  author={Pierre Berroir and Ladan Ghazi-Saidi and Tanya Dash and D. Adrover-Roig and Habib Benali and Ana In{\'e}s Ansaldo},
  journal={Journal of Neurolinguistics},
  year={2017},
  volume={43},
  pages={4-16}
}
  • Pierre Berroir, Ladan Ghazi-Saidi, +3 authors Ana Inés Ansaldo
  • Published in Journal of Neurolinguistics 2017
  • Psychology
  • Abstract The bilingual advantage in interference control tasks has been studied with the Simon task, among others. The mixed evidence from the existing studies has led to contradictions in the literature regarding the bilingual advantage. Moreover, fMRI evidence on the neural basis of interference control mechanisms with the Simon task is limited. Previous work by our team showed that equivalent performance on the Simon task was associated with different activation maps in elderly bilinguals… CONTINUE READING

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