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Testing the efforts model of simultaneous interpreting: An ERP study

Contributions Conceptualization: Roman Koshkin, Yury Shtyrov, Alex Ossadtchi. Data curation: Roman Koshkin. Formal analysis: Roman Koshkin, Yury Shtyrov, Alex Ossadtchi. Methodology: Roman Koshkin, Yury ... Shtyrov, Andriy Myachykov, Alex Ossadtchi. Writing – original draft: Roman Koshkin. Writing – review & editing: Yury Shtyrov, Andriy Myachykov, Alex Ossadtchi. 15 / 18 22. 23. Woldorff MG, Hillyard S a

Motor (but not auditory) attention affects syntactic choice

Pokhoday. Supervision: Christoph Scheepers, Yury Shtyrov, Andriy Myachykov. Writing ± original draft: Mikhail Pokhoday. Writing ± review & editing: Mikhail Pokhoday, Christoph Scheepers, Yury Shtyrov

Neural Dynamics of Speech Act Comprehension: An MEG Study of Naming and Requesting

The neurobiological basis and temporal dynamics of communicative language processing pose important yet unresolved questions. It has previously been suggested that comprehension of the communicative function of an utterance, i.e. the so-called speech act, is supported by an ensemble of neural networks, comprising lexico-semantic, action and mirror neuron as well as theory of mind...

Ultra-Rapid Access to Words in Chronic Aphasia: The Effects of Intensive Language Action Therapy (ILAT)

Effects of intensive language action therapy (ILAT) on automatic language processing were assessed using Magnetoencephalography (MEG). Auditory magnetic mismatch negativity (MMNm) responses to words and pseudowords were recorded in twelve patients with chronic aphasia before and immediately after two weeks of ILAT. Following therapy, Patients showed significant clinical...

Two Distinct Auditory-Motor Circuits for Monitoring Speech Production as Revealed by Content-Specific Suppression of Auditory Cortex

Speech production, both overt and covert, down-regulates the activation of auditory cortex. This is thought to be due to forward prediction of the sensory consequences of speech, contributing to a feedback control mechanism for speech production. Critically, however, these regulatory effects should be specific to speech content to enable accurate speech monitoring. To determine...

Brain Routes for Reading in Adults with and without Autism: EMEG Evidence

Reading utilises at least two neural pathways. The temporal lexical route visually maps whole words to their lexical entries, whilst the nonlexical route decodes words phonologically via parietal cortex. Readers typically employ the lexical route for familiar words, but poor comprehension plus precocity at mechanically ‘sounding out’ words suggests that differences might exist in...

Strength of Word-Specific Neural Memory Traces Assessed Electrophysiologically

Memory traces for words are frequently conceptualized neurobiologically as networks of neurons interconnected via reciprocal links developed through associative learning in the process of language acquisition. Neurophysiological reflection of activation of such memory traces has been reported using the mismatch negativity brain potential (MMN), which demonstrates an enhanced...

Memory Traces for Spoken Words in the Brain as Revealed by the Hemodynamic Correlate of the Mismatch Negativity

constructive critique. This work was supported by the Medical Research Council, UK. Conflict of Interest: None declared. Address correspondence to Yury Shtyrov, Medical Research Council Cognition and Brain