Brain and Language

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0093-934X
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1090-2155
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3130
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17
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  1. Erratum to “ERP evidence for conceptual mappings and comparison processes during the comprehension of conventional and novel metaphors” [Brain Lang. 127 (3) (2013) 484–496]

    Brain and Language 149:148 (2015)

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  14. Erratum to “The relevance of rhythmical alternation in language processing: An ERP study on English compounds” [Brain Lang. (136) (2014) 19–30]

    Brain and Language 140:12 (2015)

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  19. Bilingualism trains specific brain circuits involved in flexible rule selection and application

    Brain and Language 137:50 (2014) PMID 25156160

    • Bilingual individuals typically have better executive control than monolinguals. • The neural bases of this improved capacity are still unknown. ...
  20. Differential bilateral involvement of the parietal gyrus during predicative metaphor processing: An auditory fMRI study

    Brain and Language 137:112 (2014) PMID 25193417

    • We examined predicative metaphor processing with fMRI. • Sentences were context-embedded and presented in an auditory modality. ...