Angela de Bruin
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Cognitive Advantage in Bilingualism An Example of Publication Bias?
A de Bruin, B Treccani, S Della Sala
Psychological science 26 (1), 99-107, 2015
Is bilingualism associated with enhanced executive functioning in adults? A meta-analytic review.
M Lehtonen, A Soveri, A Laine, J Järvenpää, A de Bruin, J Antfolk
Psychological bulletin 144 (4), 394, 2018
Domain-general inhibition areas of the brain are involved in language switching: FMRI evidence from trilingual speakers
A de Bruin, A Roelofs, T Dijkstra, I FitzPatrick
NeuroImage 90, 348-359, 2014
Not All Bilinguals Are the Same: A Call for More Detailed Assessments and Descriptions of Bilingual Experiences
A de Bruin
Behavioral Sciences 9 (3), 33, 2019
Examining the effects of active versus inactive bilingualism on executive control in a carefully matched non-immigrant sample
A de Bruin, TH Bak, S Della Sala
Journal of Memory and Language 85, 15-26, 2015
Voluntary language switching: When and why do bilinguals switch between their languages?
A de Bruin, AG Samuel, JA Duñabeitia
Journal of Memory and Language 103, 28-43, 2018
The BEST dataset of language proficiency
A De Bruin, M Carreiras, JA Duñabeitia
Frontiers in psychology 8, 522, 2017
How do bilinguals switch between languages in different interactional contexts? A comparison between voluntary and mandatory language switching
M Jevtović, JA Duñabeitia, A de Bruin
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23 (2), 401-413, 2020
Effects of age on inhibitory control are affected by task-specific features
A de Bruin & S Della Sala
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (5), 1219-1233, 2018
Metaphors we learn by: Directed motor action improves word learning
D Casasanto, A de Bruin
Cognition 182, 177-183, 2019
Examining bilingual language switching across the lifespan in cued and voluntary switching contexts.
A de Bruin, AG Samuel, JA Duñabeitia
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 46 (8), 759, 2020
The importance of language use when studying the neuroanatomical basis of bilingualism
A de Bruin, S Della Sala
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (3), 335-339, 2016
Clear theories are needed to interpret differences: Perspectives on the bilingual advantage debate
A de Bruin, AS Dick, M Carreiras
Neurobiology of Language 2 (4), 433-451, 2021
The effects of language use on lexical processing in bilinguals
A de Bruin, S Della Sala, TH Bak
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (8), 967-974, 2016
The decline effect: How initially strong results tend to decrease over time.
A de Bruin, S Della Sala
Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior 73 …, 2015
Effects of language context on executive control in unbalanced bilinguals: An ERPs study
L Jiao, C Liu, A de Bruin, B Chen
Psychophysiology 57 (11), e13653, 2020
Exploring different types of inhibition during bilingual language production
M Borragán, C Martin, A De Bruin, JA Dunabeitia
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2256, 2018
The Connection Is in the Data We Should Consider Them All
A de Bruin, B Treccani, S Della Sala
Psychological science 26 (6), 947-949, 2015
Is inhibition involved in voluntary language switching? Evidence from transcranial direct current stimulation over the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex
H Liu, J Tong, A de Bruin, W Li, Y He, B Li
International Journal of Psychophysiology 147, 184-192, 2020
The bilingual advantage debate: Publication biases and the decline effect
A De Bruin, S Della Sala
The Handbook of the Neuroscience of Multilingualism, 736-753, 2019
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