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
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
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
The BEST dataset of language proficiency
A De Bruin, M Carreiras, JA Duñabeitia
Frontiers in psychology 8, 522, 2017
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 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 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
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
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
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
How biases inflate scientific evidence
A de Bruin, S Della Sala
PSYCHOLOGIST 29 (1), 36-39, 2016
Metaphors we learn by: Directed motor action improves word learning
D Casasanto, A de Bruin
Cognition 182, 177-183, 2019
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, 1-13, 2019
Compulsive foreign language syndrome: A clinical observation not a mystery
N Beschin, A de Bruin, S Della Sala
Cortex 81, 276-277, 2016
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
Exploring different types of inhibition during bilingual language production
M Borragán, C Martin, A De Bruin, JA Dunabeitia
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 2256, 2018
Word Up! Directed motor action improves word learning
D Casasanto, A de Bruin
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2011
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
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