NEUROCOGNITIVE PROCESSING OF ZERO MORPHEME: EEG AND MEG EVIDENCE
Neurobiology of Speech and Language: Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Neurobiology of Speech and Language
St. Petersburg : Scifiya-print, 2021
Neurophysiological correlates of automatic integration of voice and gender information during grammatical processing.
, , et al., Scientific Reports 2022 Vol. 12 Article 13114
During verbal communication, interlocutors rely on both linguistic (e.g., words, syntax) and extralinguistic (e.g., voice quality) information. The neural mechanisms of extralinguistic information processing are particularly poorly understood. To address this, we used EEG and recorded eventrelated brain potentials while participants listened to Russian pronoun–verb phrases presented in either male or female voice. Crucially, we ...
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RAPID AUTOMATIC SYNTACTIC PARSING AND INTEGRATION OF EXTRALINGUISTIC INFORMATION INTO MORPHOSYNTACTIC ANALYSIS: ERP EVIDENCE
, , et al., , in : The Fifth Saint Petersburg Winter Workshop on Experimental Studies of Speech and Language (Night Whites 2019). : St. Petersburg : Центр научно-информационных технологий "Астерион", 2019.
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, , , , in : Neurobiology of Speech and Language. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Neurobiology of Speech and Language. : St. Petersburg : Scifiya-print, 2020.
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, , , Poznan Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 2020 Vol. 56 No. 3 P. 373-377
This paper gives a short survey of the morphosyntactic features shared by several branches or individual languages within Indo-European, grouping together, traditionally called isoglosses, such as verbal augment or the development of the new agglutinating cases. Subsequently, the authors offer a brief overview of the contribution to this special issue of the journal dedicated to ...
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, , et al., Psychology in Russia: State of the Art 2017 Vol. 10 No. 3 P. 190-205
Background. Previous studies have shown that brain response to a written word depends on the task: whether the word is a target in a version of lexical decision task or should be read silently. Although this effect has been interpreted as an evidence for an interaction between word recognition processes and task demands, it also ...
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Filozofski fakultet Novi Sad, 2021
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, , , , in : Methods of data processing in EEG/MEG/ Applied aspects of magneto- and electroencephalographic neuroimaging. : M. : MSUPE, 2013. P. 50-51.
The study was aimed at examination of processing lexical-semantic information in Russian healthy individuals and aphasic patients grouped using aphasia diagnosis and lesion localization. ...
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, , , in : Analysis of Images, Social Networks and Texts. 4th International Conference, AIST 2015, Yekaterinburg, Russia, April 9–11, 2015, Revised Selected Papers. Vol. 542: Series: Communications in Computer and Information Science.: Switzerland : Springer, 2015. Ch. 34. P. 337-348.
Russian FrameBank is a bank of annotated samples from the Russian National Corpus which documents the use of lexical constructions (e.g. argument constructions of verbs and nouns). FrameBank belongs to FrameNet-oriented resources, but unlike Berkeley FrameNet it focuses more on the morphosyntactic and semantic features of individual lexemes rather than the generalized frames, following the ...
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Marseille : European Language Resources Association (ELRA), 2020
In the proceedings of the first LiNCR (pronounced ‘linker’) workshop in 2018, we stated that the aim of the workshop was to provide a venue to share and explore a new generation of language resources which link and aggregate cognitive, behavioural, neuroimaging and linguistic data. Our vision was to provide a forum for research that leads to the ...
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, The Linguistic Review 2021 Vol. 38 No. 1 P. 65-99
Bjorkman & Zeijlstra (2018) claim that agreement with the absolutive argument in ergative-absolutive languages follows naturally in an Upwards-Agree (UA) system supplemented by the relation of Accessibility if 𝜙-agreement is parasitic on structural case assigned to the absolutive noun phrase either by T or by v. By drawing evidence from two distantly related East Caucasian ...
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The acquisition of new word meaning by auditory-motor associations in a trial-and-error learning paradigm
, , et al., Psychology. Journal of the Higher School of Economics 2018 Vol. 15 No. 2 P. 257-267
According to embodied cognition theory, speech is largely based on the body motor and sensory experience. The question that is crucial for our understanding of the origin of language is how our brain transforms sensory-motor experience into word meaning. We have developed an auditory-motor experimental procedure that allowed investigating neural underpinning of word meaning acquisition ...
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, , , Cortex 2022 Vol. 146 P. 24-38
A traditional view on sentence comprehension holds that the listener parses linguistic input using hierarchical syntactic rules. Recently, physiological evidence for such a claim has been provided by Ding et al.’s (2016) MEG study that demonstrated, using a frequency-tagging paradigm, that regularly occurring syntactic constituents were spontaneously tracked by listeners. Even more recently, this study's results ...
Added: January 12, 2022
Modulating the interhemispheric balance in healthy participants with transcranial direct current stimulation: No significant effects on word or sentence processing
, , et al., Brain and Language 2018 Vol. 186 P. 60-66
Patient studies and brain stimulation evidence suggest that language processing can be enhanced by altering the interhemispheric balance: namely, preferentially enhancing left-hemisphere activity while suppressing right-hemisphere activity. To our knowledge, no study has yet compared the effects of such bilateral brain stimulation to both logically necessary control conditions (separate left- and right-hemisphere stimulation). This study did so ...
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, Калининград : Балтийский федеральный университет им. Иммануила Канта, 2017
This book presents an interdisciplinary approach to the problem of mental lexicon organization. Several models of visual word recognition as well as brain mechanisms of reading are discussed. Also, such basic neurolinguistic topics are reviewed here as brain structure and functioning, memory organization, models of the mental lexicon and lexical access, electrophysiological approach to speech ...
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Лингвистические аспекты коррекции дислексии и дисграфии: опыт успешного применения комплексного подхода
, Вопросы психолингвистики 2017 Т. 3 № 33 С. 184-201
Language and speech are an integral part of people’s thinking and communication, but recently there has been an increase in the number of children with speech difficulties. The article focuses on the experience of successful dyslexia and dysgraphia correction of 10-year-old Russian speaking child. The correction program consisted of two stages. The first stage is ...
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Combined CIAT-tDCS Therapy in Chronic Post-Stroke Aphasia Improves Neural Speech Processing: Neurophysiological and Behavioral Outcomes
, , et al., , in : Neurobiology of Speech and Language. Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop. : St. Petersburg : Scifiya-print, 2018. P. 17-17.
Intensive speech therapy was shown to lead to plastic changes reflected by lexical mismatch negativity (MMN) responses in aphasic patients (Mohr et al., 2016). Since many studies point to the role of the right hemisphere (RH) in aphasia recovery, noninvasive brain stimulation techniques (TMS, tDCS; Shah et al. 2013) usually target RH to facilitate this ...
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, Glossa: a journal of general linguistics 2020 Vol. 5 No. 1 P. 1-19
This paper discusses two analyses of the Anaphor Agreement Effect (AAE, Rizzi 1990) in the light of novel data from Avar. By demonstrating that Avar anaphors trigger full, non-trivial agreement on the φ-probe, I argue that the Avar data instantiate a genuine exception to the AAE. I then compare two competing analyses of binding and ...
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, , Brain Stimulation 2017 Vol. 10 P. e1
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The task demands and retrieval success shape the MEG evoked response to noun cue in the verb generation task.
, , et al., , in : Седьмая международная конференция по когнитивной науке: Тезисы докладов. Светлогорск, 20–24 июня 2016 г. : М. : Институт психологии РАН, 2016. P. 57-58.
A crucial process for speech production is the retrieval of a target words from mental lexicon. People are remarkably fast and accurate in this process: when we speak we correctly retrieve the intended word from a repository containing several thousand items less than in half a second. ...
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, , et al., Neuropsychologia 2016 Vol. 82 No. 01 P. 18-30
Humans show variable degrees of success in acquiring a second language (L2). In many cases, morphological and syntactic knowledge remain deficient, although some learners succeed in reaching nativelike levels, even if they begin acquiring their L2 relatively late. In this study, we use psycholinguistic, online language proficiency tests and a neurophysiological index of syntactic processing, ...
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, Урало-алтайские исследования 2021
This study features an alignment system in Kazym Khanty. Several facts including accusative marking of personal pronouns, verbal agreement with S/A and a strong tendency towards the clause-initial position of S/A suggest treating Kazym Khanty alignment as accusative. Meanwhile field and text data on the distribution of the active and passive voice as well as ...
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, , et al., , in : Когнитивная наука в Москве: новые исследования. Материалы конференции 23 – 24 июня 2021. : М. : Институт практической психологии и психоанализа, 2021. Ch. 1. P. 17-21.
The purpose of the present study was to examine discourse production in people with left hemisphere brain tumors before and after surgery. Discourse samples were collected from 21 patients by using three elicitation tasks: personal stories, sequential pictures and procedural pictures. The patients’ results were compared with the results of the normative sample of 73 people in ...
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, , et al., Acta Neurologica Scandinavica 2021 Vol. 144 No. 2 P. 132-141
In this study, we investigated the effects of bilateral and unilateral deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus (STN-DBS) in PD patients on neural responses associated with two aspects of spoken language processing: semantics of action-related verbs and morphosyntactic processing ...
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Simultaneous processing of noun cue and to-be-produced verb in verb generation task: Electromagnetic evidence
, , et al., Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2017 Vol. 11
A long-standing but implicit assumption is that words strongly associated with a presented cue are automatically activated in the memory through rapid spread of activation within brain semantic networks. The current study was aimed to provide direct evidence of such rapid access to words’ semantic representations and to investigate its neural sources using magnetoencephalography (MEG) ...
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