Janet G. van Hell

Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Bilingualism, psycholinguistics, child language acquisition
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Litcofsky KA, van Hell JG. (2019) Bi-Directional Evidence Linking Sentence Production and Comprehension: A Cross-Modality Structural Priming Study. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 1095
VAN HELL JG, COHEN C, GREY S. (2016) Testing tolerance for lexically-specific factors in Gradient Symbolic Computation Bilingualism. 1-3
Bakker I, Takashima A, van Hell JG, et al. (2015) Tracking lexical consolidation with ERPs: Lexical and semantic-priming effects on N400 and LPC responses to newly-learned words. Neuropsychologia. 79: 33-41
Bakker I, Takashima A, van Hell JG, et al. (2015) Changes in theta and Beta oscillations as signatures of novel word consolidation. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 27: 1286-97
Poll GH, Miller CA, van Hell JG. (2015) Evidence of compensatory processing in adults with developmental language impairment: testing the predictions of the procedural deficit hypothesis. Journal of Communication Disorders. 53: 84-102
Bultena S, Dijkstra T, van Hell JG. (2015) Switch cost modulations in bilingual sentence processing: evidence from shadowing Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 30: 586-605
FAIRCHILD S, VAN HELL JG. (2015) Determiner-noun code-switching in Spanish heritage speakers* Bilingualism
Poarch GJ, Van Hell JG, Kroll JF. (2015) Accessing word meaning in beginning second language learners: Lexical or conceptual mediation? Bilingualism. 18: 357-371
Dijkstra T, Van Hell JG, Brenders P. (2015) Sentence context effects in bilingual word recognition: Cognate status, sentence language, and semantic constraint Bilingualism. 18: 597-613
Bultena S, Dijkstra T, Van Hell JG. (2015) Language switch costs in sentence comprehension depend on language dominance: Evidence from self-paced reading Bilingualism. 18: 453-469
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