New publications of the winter 2021
In winter 2021, members of the Center for Language and Brain have published several works
In winter 2021, members of the Center for Language and Brain have published the following works:
1) Olga Buivolova and colleagues have published a paper in the Russian Journal of Cognitive Science. The authors provide detailed information about adaptation of the Aphasia Bedside Check into Russian and its standardization process. The article is available both in Russian and English.
Buivolova, O., Bastiaanse, R., Dragoy, O., Vinter, O., Pozdniakova, V., Samoukina, A., Shlyakhova, A., & Visch-Brink, E. (2020). Adaptation of the Aphasia Bedside Check for Russian. The Russian Journal of Cognitive Science, 7(3), 45–67.
2) PLOS One has published a paper by Anastasiya Lopukhina and colleagues on the prediction of words and their morphosyntactic properties while reading. A plain-language summary of the paper is available at the HSE website.
Lopukhina A., Lopukhin K., Laurinavichyute A. Morphosyntactic but not lexical corpus-based probabilities can substitute for cloze probabilities in reading experiments // Plos One. 2021. Vol. 16. No. 1. P. 1-26.
3) Language, Cognition and Neuroscience has published a paper by Elena Savinova and Svetlana Malyutina. The paper address morphological processing in Russian speakers of different ages, from adolescents to elderly adults.
Savinova E., Malyutina S. Evidence for dual-route morphological processing across the lifespan: data from Russian noun plurals // Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 2021. doi: 10.1080/23273798.2021.1879182
4) Finally, Olga Parshina has published a book review in Journal of Slavic Linguistics:
Parshina O. Review of the book Slavic languages in psycholinguistics: Chances and challenges for empirical and experimental research by T. Anstatt, A. Gattnar, and C Clasmeier, (eds) // Journal of Slavic Linguistics. 2021. Vol. 28. No. 2. P. 183-192.