My research experience lies within the broad field of mental representations and language. One line of research covered experimental and theoretical work on causal mental models – their construction and mental simulation – and how such models underlie argumentation. My primary focus though for a number of years has been the cognitive and neural bases of language control in normal bilingual and multilingual speakers: Theoretical work and neuroimaging research with neurologically normal participants from young adults to the elderly has been combined with applied research into the neural predictors of speech recovery post-stroke in monolingual and multilingual individuals with aphasia.
- A special role for the right posterior superior temporal sulcus during speech production. Neuroimage, 116184-116184 DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2019.116184
- The neurolinguistics of bilingualism: plasticity and control In de Zubicaray G; Schiller N (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Neurolinguistics : 1651703. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190672027.013.11
- Language Control and Attention during Conversation: An Exploration In Schwieter J (Eds.), The handbook of the neuroscience of multilingualism : 1651705.
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