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Our primary line of work - investigations into the brain basis of language:

Paper  

EMP (empirical); REV (review); POS (position)

Method  

fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging); FCORR (functional correlations); DynNM (dynamic network modeling); BEH (behavioral); ECoG (electrocorticography); STIM (intracranial stimulation); ERP (event-related potentials); NLP (Natural Language Processing)

Population  

NT (neurotypical adults); APH (individuals with aphasia); ASD (individuals with autism spectrum disorder); 16p (individuals with 16p11.2 deletion syndrome); BIMULT (bi-multi-lingual subjects); BRDAM (individuals with acquired brain damage); BLI (congenitally blind individuals)

Content  

LEXSEM (lexical semantic processing); SYNT (syntactic processing); SEMCOMP (semantic composition); CONC (conceptual procession); DISC (discourse-level processing); PRAGM (pragmatic processing); PROS (prosodic processing); PROD (language production); SPEECH (speech perception); ARTIC (articulation)

DOMSPEC (domain specificity); MD (Multiple Demand system); SOC (social cognition); MUS (music processing); RH (right hemisphere language network); VIS (visual processing)

INDDIFFS (individual differences); GENES (genetic basis of language); PLAST (plasticity); METH (methodology-focused)

 

2018

  • Fedorenko, E., Williams, Z.M. & Ferreira, V.S. (in press). Remaining puzzles about morpheme production in the posterior temporal lobe. Neuroscience.
    EMP fMRI NT DISC PRAGM SOC RH
  • Jacoby, N. & Fedorenko, E. (in press). Discourse-level comprehension engages medial frontal Theory of Mind brain regions even for expository texts. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience.
    POS SYNT PROD
  • Pritchett, B., Hoeflin, C., Koldewyn, K., Dechter, E. & Fedorenko, E. (in press). High-level language processing regions are not engaged in action observation or imitation. Journal of Neurophysiology.
    EMP fMRI NT DOMSPEC MD VIS
  • Lee, D.*, Fedorenko, E.*, Simon, M.V., Curry, W.T., Nahed, B., Cahill, D.P. & Williams, Z.M. (2018). Neural encoding and production of functional morphemes in the posterior temporal lobe. Nature Communications, 9(1877).
    A corrected references list.
    EMP STIM BEH BRDAM SYNT
  • Pereira, F., Lou, B., Pritchett, B., Ritter, S., Gershman, S., Kanwisher, N., Botvinick, M. & Fedorenko, E. (2018). Toward a universal decoder of linguistic meaning from brain activation. Nature Communications, 9, article 963.
    EMP fMRI NT NLP LEXSEM SEMCOMP CONC
  • Mei, C., Fedorenko, E., Amor, D., Boys, A., Hoeflin, C., Carew, P., Burgess, T., Fisher, S.E. & Morgan, A. (2018). Deep phenotyping of speech and language skills in individuals with 16p11.2 deletion. European Journal of Human Genetics, 26(5), 676-686.
    EMP BEH 16p ARTIC GENES
  • Woolgar, A., Duncan, J., Manes, F. & Fedorenko, E. (2018). The multiple-demand system but not the language system supports fluid intelligence.. Nature Human Behavior.
    EMP BEH APH BRDAM DOMSPEC MD INDDIFFS

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Our secondary line of work - behavioral investigations of language processing: