Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
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#1Seyyedeh Mina Hamedi (FUM: Ferdowsi University of Mashhad)H-Index: 2
#2Reza Pishghadam (FUM: Ferdowsi University of Mashhad)H-Index: 14
Given the fact that the process of engaging and interacting with the text is not only the function of a reader but also the text itself, the current study attempts to examine the role of the type of the word in the attentional engagement. More specifically, the present investigation aims to verify the interplay of sensorimotor information, emotions, and the linguistic information in the word processing. In so doing, for the scale validation, a sample of 220 Iranian English as a Foreign Language ...
#1Aline Minto-García (UNAM: National Autonomous University of Mexico)
#2Natalia Arias-Trejo (UNAM: National Autonomous University of Mexico)H-Index: 7
Last. Elsa M. Vargas-García (UNAM: National Autonomous University of Mexico)
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This study analyzed the types of lexical relations produced by Spanish-speaking older adults with typical aging. A total of 120 older adults completed a word association norms task with 117 stimulus words, which allowed us to explore differences in associations by sex, age, and years of education. We employed two classifications to code the lexical relations: a traditional classification (paradigmatic versus syntagmatic) and a second classification categorizing responses into 17 types of associa...
#1Piotr Gulgowski (UWr: University of Wrocław)
#2Joanna Błaszczak (UWr: University of Wrocław)H-Index: 4
The number meaning of grammatically plural nouns is to some extent context sensitive. In negative sentences, plural nouns typically receive an inclusive reading referring to any number of individuals (one or many). This contrasts with their more frequent exclusive reading referring to a group of two or more individuals. The present study investigated whether a plural noun in a negative sentence is treated as inclusive immediately when it is encountered or whether this interpretation is delayed. ...
#1Man Zhang (Liaoning Normal University)
#2Xin Wang (Macquarie University)H-Index: 6
Last. Huanhuan Liu (Liaoning Normal University)
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The current study aims to investigate how Field independent (FI) and Field-dependent (FD) cognitive styles modulate bilingual language control during a joint language switching task. The cognitive styles were measured by the Group Embedded Figures Test (GEFT). The FI group with a preference for autonomous information processing was sensitive to role switching earlier at the cue stage, eliciting a more negative-going N2 in the cross-person condition than in the within-person condition. While the ...
#1Rafael Art. Javier (St. John's University)H-Index: 15
#2Marko Lamela (St. John's University)
Last. Yosef Amrami (St. John's University)H-Index: 1
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: Children with reading difficulties (RD) share challenges in executive functions (EF). Neurobiological correlates provide evidence for EF challenges during reading among these readers, but an online cognitive load detection mechanism has yet to be developed. Nevertheless, eye-movement tracking can provide online data of reading patterns (pupil dilation, fixations) and, indeed, atypical eye-movement patterns of children with RD during reading have been documented. To identify eye-movement patter...
Phonosemantics is a school of thought which believes that each sound or phoneme carries a specific psychological impression allotted by nature. And these psychological impressions were used to evolve different languages. Work has been done on this ground, but there is still scope for further research into the subject. The paper presents a new hypothesis, explaining the psychological representations of all the important IPA alphabets. The paper proposes a model of psychological mind, on which all...
#1Emilia Carlsson (University of Gothenburg)H-Index: 3
#2Jakob Åsberg Johnels (University of Gothenburg)H-Index: 8
Last. Carmela Miniscalco (University of Gothenburg)H-Index: 13
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Recent research has suggested that temporal sequencing of narrative events might be a domain-general ability that underlies oral narrative capacities. The current study investigated this issue in a group of children with known pragmatic and narrative difficulties, namely Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We hypothesized (1) that children with ASD (n = 45) would retell narratives of poorer quality than both chronological age-matched (CAM) children and younger children matched on sentence-level lang...
#1Chuanbin Ni (Nanjing Normal University)H-Index: 2
#2Xiaobing Jin (Nanjing Normal University)
This study attempted to examine the modulation of emotional effects on L2 lexical attrition. For this purpose, a cross-sectional approach was adopted to analyze emotional effects on L2 lexical attrition with a 500-word vocabulary test taken by 188 Chinese-English bilinguals. As indicated by the results, the modulation of emotional effects on L2 lexical attrition was found to be as active as it was in L2 acquisition; Positive words did not differ from negative words in L2 attrition; All three typ...
#1A. A. Aleksandrov (SPbU: Saint Petersburg State University)H-Index: 4
#2Kristina S. Memetova (SPbU: Saint Petersburg State University)H-Index: 1
Last. Yury Shtyrov (Aarhus University Hospital)H-Index: 36
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Lexical ERPs (event-related potentials) obtained in an oddball paradigm were suggested to be an index of the formation of new word representations in the brain in the learning process: with increased exposure to new lexemes, the ERP amplitude grows, which is interpreted as a signature of a new memory-trace build-up and activation. Previous learning studies using this approach have, however, mostly used meaningless novel word forms; it therefore remains uncertain whether the increased amplitude s...
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