Guillaume L. Thierry

University of Wales, Lampeter, Wales, United Kingdom 
ERPs, language, bilingualism, neuroimaging, sounds, semantics
"Guillaume Thierry"
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Naranowicz M, Jankowiak K, Kakuba P, et al. (2022) In a Bilingual Mood: Mood Affects Lexico-Semantic Processing Differently in Native and Non-Native Languages. Brain Sciences. 12
Norrman G, Bylund E, Thierry G. (2021) Irreversible Specialization for Speech Perception in Early International Adoptees. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Vaughan-Evans A, Parafita Couto MC, Boutonnet B, et al. (2020) Switchmate! An Electrophysiological Attempt to Adjudicate Between Competing Accounts of Adjective-Noun Code-Switching. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 549762
Lewendon J, Foltz A, Thierry G. (2020) Electrophysiological Differentiation of the Effects of Stress and Accent on Lexical Integration in Highly Fluent Bilinguals. Brain Sciences. 10: 113
Savic O, Thierry G, Kovic V. (2020) Conceptual relation preference: A matter of strategy or one of salience? Acta Psychologica. 204: 103018
Jończyk R, Korolczuk I, Balatsou E, et al. (2020) Erratum to: Keep calm and carry on: electrophysiological evaluation of emotional anticipation in the second language. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
Thierry G, Rebuschat P. (2020) An Introduction to the Cognitive Neuroscience of Second and Artificial Language Learning Language Learning. 70: 5-19
Crossley S, Marsden E, Ellis N, et al. (2020) Introduction of Methods Showcase Articles in Language Learning Language Learning. 70: 5-10
Zhang H, Wu YJ, Thierry G. (2020) Bilingualism and aging: A focused neuroscientific review Journal of Neurolinguistics. 54: 100890
Casaponsa A, Thierry G, Duñabeitia JA. (2019) The Role of Orthotactics in Language Switching: An ERP Investigation Using Masked Language Priming. Brain Sciences. 10: 22
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