Prof. Ping Li and collaborators published a paper “A neuroimaging study of semantic representation in first and second languages” in Language Cognition and Neuroscience.
Hsu et al. (2019) “Neurocognitive signatures of naturalistic reading of scientific texts: A fixation-related fMRI study” is among the Top 100 most downloaded Scientific Reports neuroscience papers in 2019.
Prof. Ping Li and lab colleagues received media attention for the work published on Scientific Reports, including: Tung, L. (Aug. 24, 2019). Could texting be making us worse at understanding science? Swayne, M. (Aug. 13, 2019). D0 our electronic devices make it tougher to grasp science? O’Connor, M. (Aug. 13, 2019). Neuroimaging shows e-devices may hamper understanding Read more about August 2019[…]
Former BLC lab member, Jennifer Legault, received PSU media attention for her work using VR for second language vocabulary learning in Languages.
Former BLC Lab student Angela Grant published on neurocognitive mechanisms of second language using neuroimaging in Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience.
Jennifer Legault and colleagues published a paper on structural brain changes after second language vocabulary training in Brain and Cognition
Ping Li and Roy Clariana published a paper on bilingual reading comprehension in the Journal of Neurolinguistics.
Ping Li and colleagues’ research on scientific reading and electronic reading devices was featured on Penn State News, ScienceDaily, DigitalTrends, and more!
Ben Zinszer and colleagues published a paper on Bayesian word learning in Cognitive Science.
Jake Follmer, Shin-Yi Fang, and colleagues published a paper in Reading and Writing.