Ashley Chung-Fat-Yim, M.A.
|Psychology||York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
Area:bilingualism; Executive functions; language
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|Chung-Fat-Yim A, Poarch GJ, Comishen KJ, et al. (2021) Does language context impact the neural correlates of executive control in monolingual and multilingual young adults? Brain and Language. 222: 105011|
|Chung-Fat-Yim A, Sorge GB, Bialystok E. (2020) Continuous effects of bilingualism and attention on Flanker task performance. Bilingualism (Cambridge, England). 23: 1106-1111|
|Anderson JAE, Chung-Fat-Yim A, Bellana B, et al. (2018) Language and Cognitive Control Networks in Bilinguals and Monolinguals. Neuropsychologia|
|Li H, Jia H, Chung-Fat-Yim A, et al. (2017) The neural correlates of vertical disparity gradient and cue conflict in Panum's limiting case. Brain and Cognition. 114: 11-19|
|Grundy JG, Chung-Fat-Yim A, Friesen DC, et al. (2017) Sequential congruency effects reveal differences in disengagement of attention for monolingual and bilingual young adults. Cognition. 163: 42-55|
|Chung-Fat-Yim A, Sorge GB, Bialystok E. (2016) The relationship between bilingualism and selective attention in young adults: Evidence from an ambiguous figures task. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-7|
|Friesen DC, Chung-Fat-Yim A, Bialystok E. (2015) Lexical selection differences between monolingual and bilingual listeners. Brain and Language. 152: 1-13|
|Chung-Fat-Yim A, Ono H. (2012) Mapping the "forbidden zone" near and away from the fixation point. Perception. 41: 661-72|