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  1. Bilinguals at the “cocktail party”: Dissociable neural activity in auditory-linguistic brain regions reveals neurobiological basis for nonnative listeners’ speech-in-noise recognition deficits

    Brain and Language 143 (2015) PMID 25747886

    • We examined neural correlates of late bilinguals’ speech-in-noise deficits. • Bilinguals required ∼10 dB better signal-to-noise ratio to match monolinguals. ...
  2. Reversing Ribot: Does regression hold in language of prodromal Alzheimer’s disease?

    Brain and Language 143:1 (2015) PMID 25707009

    • We test Ribot’s hypothesis in language of prodromal Alzheimer’s disease. • We compare child language to language deterioration in mild cognitive impairment. ...
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    Brain and Language 143:IFC (2015)

  5. Phonology and arithmetic in the language–calculation network

    Brain and Language 143:97 (2015) PMID 25797099

    • Both phonology and arithmetic engage the perisylvian language network. • There are regional differences between activation for phonology and arithmetic. ...
  6. Reflections of word processing in the insular cortex: A sub-regional parcellation based functional assessment

    Brain and Language 142:1 (2015) PMID 25656317

    • Recent parcellation maps split the insula into distinct sub-regional clusters. • Word processing activity distribution follows a sub-insular cluster organization...
  7. Modulations of the auditory M100 in an imitation task

    Brain and Language 142:18 (2015) PMID 25656319

    • Participants performed an online imitation task while MEG was measured. • M100 suppression was observed in an imitation task. ...
  8. Morphological derivation overflow as a result of disruption of the left frontal aslant white matter tract

    Brain and Language 142:54 (2015) PMID 25658634

    • We report a single case study on language production evaluated using electrical stimulation. • Intraoperative verb generation resulted in a morphological derivat...
  9. Do bilinguals show neural differences with monolinguals when processing their native language?

    Brain and Language 142:36 (2015) PMID 25658632

    • Bilinguals and monolinguals neurally differ when producing language in their L1. • Monolinguals activated more receptive language areas during naming than biling...
  10. Context affects L1 but not L2 during bilingual word recognition: An MEG study

    Brain and Language 142:8 (2015) PMID 25656318

    • Bilingual spoken word recognition was studied with magnetoencephalography. • We manipulated word presentation context in late Finnish–English bilinguals. ...