Narly A. Golestani, Ph D

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University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland 
Website:
brainandlanguagelab.org
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Peter Graf research assistant UBC
Lawrence McCue Ward research assistant UBC
Tomas Paus grad student 1994-2001 Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University
Robert Zatorre grad student 2002 McGill
 (Phonetic learning abilities: Behavioral, neural functional, and neural anatomical correlates.)
Sophie K. Scott post-doc UCL
Christophe Pallier post-doc 2002-2005 INSERM U562, Paris, France
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Hervais-Adelman A, Moser-Mercer B, Murray MM, et al. (2017) Cortical thickness increases after simultaneous interpretation training. Neuropsychologia
Vandermosten M, Price CJ, Golestani N. (2015) Plasticity of white matter connectivity in phonetics experts. Brain Structure & Function
Kartushina N, Hervais-Adelman A, Frauenfelder UH, et al. (2015) The effect of phonetic production training with visual feedback on the perception and production of foreign speech sounds. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 138: 817
Hervais-Adelman A, Moser-Mercer B, Golestani N. (2015) Brain functional plasticity associated with the emergence of expertise in extreme language control. Neuroimage. 114: 264-74
GOLESTANI N. (2015) Neuroimaging of phonetic perception in bilinguals* Bilingualism
Hervais-Adelman A, Moser-Mercer B, Michel CM, et al. (2014) fMRI of Simultaneous Interpretation Reveals the Neural Basis of Extreme Language Control. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991)
Scharnowski F, Rosa MJ, Golestani N, et al. (2014) Connectivity changes underlying neurofeedback training of visual cortex activity. Plos One. 9: e91090
Hervais-Adelman A, Pefkou M, Golestani N. (2014) Bilingual speech-in-noise: neural bases of semantic context use in the native language. Brain and Language. 132: 1-6
Evans S, Kyong JS, Rosen S, et al. (2014) The pathways for intelligible speech: multivariate and univariate perspectives. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 24: 2350-61
Golestani N. (2014) Brain structural correlates of individual differences at low-to high-levels of the language processing hierarchy: A review of new approaches to imaging research International Journal of Bilingualism. 18: 6-34
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