Brianna L. Yamasaki
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Bilingual brain training: A neurobiological framework of how bilingual experience improves executive function
A Stocco, B Yamasaki, R Natalenko, CS Prat
International Journal of Bilingualism 18 (1), 67-92, 2014
Resting-state qEEG predicts rate of second language learning in adults
CS Prat, BL Yamasaki, RA Kluender, A Stocco
Brain and language 157, 44-50, 2016
Eligibility for special education in elementary school: The role of diverse language experiences
BL Yamasaki, G Luk
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools 49 (4), 889-901, 2018
Detecting random responders with infrequency scales using an error-balancing threshold
DS Kim, CJ McCabe, BL Yamasaki, KA Louie, KM King
Behavior research methods 50 (5), 1960-1970, 2018
Individual Differences in Resting-state Brain Rhythms Uniquely Predict Second Language Learning Rate and Willingness to Communicate in Adults
CS Prat, BL Yamasaki, ER Peterson
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 31 (1), 78-94, 2019
Bilingual language experience shapes resting-state brain rhythms
K Bice, BL Yamasaki, CS Prat
Neurobiology of Language 1 (3), 288-318, 2020
Individual differences in the Simon effect are underpinned by differences in the competitive dynamics in the basal ganglia: An experimental verification and a computational model
A Stocco, NL Murray, BL Yamasaki, TJ Renno, J Nguyen, CS Prat
Cognition 164, 31-45, 2017
Relating individual differences in bilingual language experiences to executive attention
BL Yamasaki, A Stocco, CS Prat
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 33 (9), 1128-1151, 2018
The importance of managing interference for second language reading ability: An individual differences investigation
BL Yamasaki, CS Prat
Discourse Processes 51 (5-6), 445-467, 2014
The role of individual differences in working memory capacity on reading comprehension ability
CS Prat, R Seo, BL Yamasaki
Handbook of Individual Differences in Reading: Reader, Text, and Context …, 2016
A longitudinal neuroimaging dataset on language processing in children ages 5, 7, and 9 years old
J Wang, MN Lytle, Y Weiss, BL Yamasaki, JR Booth
Scientific Data 9 (1), 1-13, 2022
Both frontal and temporal cortex exhibit phonological and semantic specialization during spoken language processing in 7‐to 8‐year‐old children
J Wang, BL Yamasaki, Y Weiss, JR Booth
Human brain mapping 42 (11), 3534-3546, 2021
Effects of bilingual language experience on basal ganglia computations: A dynamic causal modeling test of the conditional routing model
BL Yamasaki, A Stocco, AS Liu, CS Prat
Brain and language 197, 2019
Predictors and consequences of individual differences in cross-linguistic interactions: A model of second language reading skill
BL Yamasaki, CS Prat
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 1-13, 2020
Monitoring of attentional oscillations through Spectral Similarity Analysis predicts reading comprehension
P Zhou, C Prat, BL Yamasaki, A Stocco
Brain and language 200, 2020
Early Phonological Neural Specialization Predicts Later Growth in Word Reading Skills
BL Yamasaki, KK McGregor, JR Booth
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15, 1-13, 2021
10 The cognitive and neural correlates of individual differences in inferential processes
CS Prat, BL Yamasaki
Inferences during reading, 210-227, 2015
Relating Individual Differences in Reading Skill to Neural Indices of Proactive Control and Online Filtering During a Working Memory Task
M Mottarella, BL Yamasaki, CS Prat
Discourse Processes 58 (5-6), 569-591, 2021
Human performance across decision making, selective attention, and working memory tasks: Experimental data and computer simulations
A Stocco, BL Yamasaki, CS Prat
Data in brief 17, 907-914, 2018
The Role of Prior Knowledge in Morphological Learning in an Artificial Second Language
BL Yamasaki, T Bitan, V Dronjic, U Nathaniel, MN Lytle, S Eidelsztein, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
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