Shari R. Baum

McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
Neurolinguistics, speech science
"Shari Baum"
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Monika Molnar grad student McGill (Neurotree)
Marc D. Pell grad student 1991-1997 McGill (Neurotree)
Jean K. Gordon grad student 2001 McGill (Neurotree)
Jeffrey Boyczuk grad student 2003 McGill (Neurotree)
Christopher M. Grindrod grad student 2004 McGill (Neurotree)
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Drury JE, Baum SR, Valeriote H, et al. (2016) Punctuation and Implicit Prosody in Silent Reading: An ERP Study Investigating English Garden-Path Sentences. Frontiers in Psychology. 7: 1375
Deschamps I, Baum SR, Gracco VL. (2015) Phonological processing in speech perception: What do sonority differences tell us? Brain and Language. 149: 77-83
Berken JA, Gracco VL, Chen JK, et al. (2015) Neural activation in speech production and reading aloud in native and non-native languages. Neuroimage. 112: 208-17
Columbus G, Sheikh NA, Côté-Lecaldare M, et al. (2014) Individual differences in executive control relate to metaphor processing: an eye movement study of sentence reading. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 1057
Itzhak I, Baum SR. (2014) Misleading Bias-Driven Expectations in Referential Processing and the Facilitative Role of Contrastive Accent. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research
Bourguignon NJ, Baum SR, Shiller DM. (2014) Lexical-perceptual integration influences sensorimotor adaptation in speech. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8: 208
Deschamps I, Baum SR, Gracco VL. (2014) On the role of the supramarginal gyrus in phonological processing and verbal working memory: evidence from rTMS studies. Neuropsychologia. 53: 39-46
Molnar M, Polka L, Baum S, et al. (2014) Learning two languages from birth shapes pre-attentive processing of vowel categories: Electrophysiological correlates of vowel discrimination in monolinguals and simultaneous bilinguals Bilingualism. 17: 526-541
Titone D, Baum S. (2014) The future of bilingualism research: Insufferably optimistic and replete with new questions Applied Psycholinguistics. 35: 933-942
Baum S, Titone D. (2014) Moving toward a neuroplasticity view of bilingualism, executive control, and aging Applied Psycholinguistics. 35: 857-894
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