Janet van Hell
Janet van Hell
Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Linguistics, Pennsylvania State University
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Foreign language knowledge can influence native language performance in exclusively native contexts
JG Van Hell, T Dijkstra
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (4), 780-789, 2002
Conceptual representation in bilingual memory: Effects of concreteness and cognate status in word association
JG Van Hell, AMB De Groot
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 1 (3), 193-211, 1998
The Revised Hierarchical Model: A critical review and assessment
JF Kroll, JG Van Hell, N Tokowicz, DW Green
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 13 (3), 373-381, 2010
Forward and backward word translation by bilinguals
AMB Degroot, L Dannenburg, JG Vanhell
Journal of memory and language 33 (5), 600-629, 1994
Executive functions and inhibitory control in multilingual children: Evidence from second-language learners, bilinguals, and trilinguals
GJ Poarch, JG Van Hell
Journal of experimental child psychology 113 (4), 535-551, 2012
ERPs reveal individual differences in morphosyntactic processing
D Tanner, JG Van Hell
Neuropsychologia 56, 289-301, 2014
Keyword mnemonics versus rote rehearsal: Learning concrete and abstract foreign words by experienced and inexperienced learners
JG Van Hell, AC Mahn
Language learning 47 (3), 507-546, 1997
Sentence context modulates visual word recognition and translation in bilinguals
JG Van Hell, AMB De Groot
Acta psychologica 128 (3), 431-451, 2008
Second language proficiency and cross‐language lexical activation
JG Van Hell, D Tanner
Language Learning 62, 148-171, 2012
Event-related brain potentials and second language learning: Syntactic processing in late L2 learners at different L2 proficiency levels
JG Van Hell, N Tokowicz
Second Language Research 26 (1), 43-74, 2010
Syntactic alignment and shared word order in code-switched sentence production: Evidence from bilingual monologue and dialogue
GJ Kootstra, JG Van Hell, T Dijkstra
Journal of Memory and Language 63 (2), 210-231, 2010
Cross-language activation in children’s speech production: Evidence from second language learners, bilinguals, and trilinguals
GJ Poarch, JG Van Hell
Journal of experimental child psychology 111 (3), 419-438, 2012
Word recognition in child second language learners: Evidence from cognates and false friends
P Brenders, JG Van Hell, T Dijkstra
Journal of experimental child psychology 109 (4), 383-396, 2011
Disentangling context availability and concreteness in lexical decision and word translation
JG Van Hell, AMB De Groot
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 51 (1), 41-63, 1998
Priming of code-switches in sentences: The role of lexical repetition, cognates, and language proficiency
GJ Kootstra, JG Van Hell, T Dijkstra
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 15 (4), 797-819, 2012
The learning of foreign language vocabulary
AMB De Groot, JG Van Hell
Handbook of bilingualism: Psycholinguistic approaches, 9-29, 2005
Number-of-translation norms for Dutch—English translation pairs: A new tool for examining language production
N Tokowicz, JF Kroll, AMB De Groot, JG Van Hell
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 34 (3), 435-451, 2002
Testing the language mode hypothesis using trilinguals
T Dijkstra, JG Van Hell
International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 6 (1), 2-16, 2003
Clause packaging in writing and speech: A cross-linguistic developmental analysis
L Verhoeven, M Aparici, D Cahana-Amitay, JG van Hell, S Kriz, ...
Written Language & Literacy 5 (2), 135-161, 2002
Richness of information about novel words influences how episodic and semantic memory networks interact during lexicalization
A Takashima, I Bakker, JG Van Hell, G Janzen, JM McQueen
NeuroImage 84, 265-278, 2014
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