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The effect of semantic transparency on the processing of morphologically derived words: Evidence from decision latencies and event-related potentials.
D Jared, O Jouravlev, MF Joanisse
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (3), 422, 2017
422017
Cross-language phonological activation: Evidence from masked onset priming and ERPs
O Jouravlev, SJ Lupker, D Jared
Brain and language 134, 11-22, 2014
382014
Stress consistency and stress regularity effects in Russian
O Jouravlev, SJ Lupker
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 29 (5), 605-619, 2014
352014
Reduced language lateralization in autism and the broader autism phenotype as assessed with robust individual‐subjects analyses
O Jouravlev, AJE Kell, Z Mineroff, AJ Haskins, D Ayyash, N Kanwisher, ...
Autism Research 13 (10), 1746-1761, 2020
302020
Reading Russian–English homographs in sentence contexts: Evidence from ERPs
O Jouravlev, D Jared
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 17 (1), 153-168, 2014
292014
Tracking colisteners’ knowledge states during language comprehension
O Jouravlev, R Schwartz, D Ayyash, Z Mineroff, E Gibson, E Fedorenko
Psychological science 30 (1), 3-19, 2019
272019
The human language system, including its inferior frontal component in ‘Broca’s area’, does not support music perception
X Chen, J Affourtit, R Ryskin, TI Regev, S Norman-Haignere, O Jouravlev, ...
BioRxiv, 2021.06. 01.446439, 2021
242021
Speech-accompanying gestures are not processed by the language-processing mechanisms
O Jouravlev, D Zheng, Z Balewski, ALA Pongos, Z Levan, ...
Neuropsychologia 132, 107132, 2019
232019
An investigation across 45 languages and 12 language families reveals a universal language network
S Malik-Moraleda, D Ayyash, J Gallée, J Affourtit, M Hoffmann, Z Mineroff, ...
Nature Neuroscience 25 (8), 1014-1019, 2022
212022
The universal language network: A cross-linguistic investigation spanning 45 languages and 12 language families
S Malik-Moraleda, D Ayyash, J Gallée, J Affourtit, M Hoffmann, Z Mineroff, ...
BioRxiv, 2021.07. 28.454040, 2021
212021
Processing temporal presuppositions: an event-related potential study
O Jouravlev, L Stearns, L Bergen, M Eddy, E Gibson, E Fedorenko
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (10), 1245-1256, 2016
212016
Thematic relatedness production norms for 100 object concepts
O Jouravlev, K McRae
Behavior research methods 48, 1349-1357, 2016
202016
The small and efficient language network of polyglots and hyper-polyglots
O Jouravlev, Z Mineroff, IA Blank, E Fedorenko
Cerebral cortex 31 (1), 62-76, 2021
192021
Lexical stress assignment as a problem of probabilistic inference
O Jouravlev, SJ Lupker
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22, 1174-1192, 2015
182015
Cross-script orthographic and phonological preview benefits
O Jouravlev, D Jared
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (1), 11-19, 2018
132018
Predicting stress patterns in an unpredictable stress language: The use of non-lexical sources of evidence for stress assignment in Russian
O Jouravlev, SJ Lupker
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 27 (8), 944-966, 2015
122015
LanA (Language Atlas): A probabilistic atlas for the language network based on fMRI data from> 800 individuals
B Lipkin, G Tuckute, J Affourtit, H Small, Z Mineroff, H Kean, O Jouravlev, ...
BioRxiv, 2022.03. 06.483177, 2022
112022
Differential tracking of linguistic vs. mental state content in naturalistic stimuli by language and Theory of Mind (ToM) brain networks
AM Paunov, IA Blank, O Jouravlev, Z Mineroff, J Gallée, E Fedorenko
Neurobiology of Language 3 (3), 413-440, 2022
92022
Probabilistic atlas for the language network based on precision fMRI data from> 800 individuals
B Lipkin, G Tuckute, J Affourtit, H Small, Z Mineroff, H Kean, O Jouravlev, ...
Scientific Data 9 (1), 529, 2022
52022
Conceptual representations in bicultural bilinguals: An ERP approach
X Pan, A Xiong, O Jouravlev, D Jared
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 24 (5), 932-944, 2021
52021
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