Janet van Hell

Professor of Psychology and Linguistics

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Language Consolidation Learning Experiment Novel Words Memory Child Semantics Activation Reading Signature Evoked Potentials Cues Priming Code Switches Evidence Recognition (Psychology) Brain Child Language L2 Proficiency Code Switching Word Learning Discourse Hearing Cognates

Most Recent Papers

Overlapping and distinct neural networks supporting novel word learning in bilinguals and monolinguals

Iske Bakker-Marshall, Atsuko Takashima, Carla B. Fernandez, Gabriele Janzen, James M. McQueen, Janet G. Van Hell, 2021, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition on p. 524-536

Neural signatures of inhibitory control in intra-sentential code-switching: Evidence from fMRI

Eleonora Rossi, Paola Eulalia Dussias, Michele Diaz, Adriana Van Hell, Sharlene Newman, 2021, Journal of Neurolinguistics

Tuning out tone errors? Native listeners do not down-weight tones when hearing unsystematic tone errors in foreign-accented Mandarin

Eric Pelzl, Matthew T. Carlson, Taomei Guo, Carrie N. Jackson, Janet G. Van Hell, 2021, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition on p. 215-222

Faces with foreign accents

Sarah Grey, Abigail L. Cosgrove, Janet G. van Hell, 2020, Neuropsychologia

Engineering creativity

Rafal Jończyk, Gül E. Kremer, Zahed Siddique, Janet G. van Hell, 2020, Psychophysiology

Interactive Alignment and Lexical Triggering of Code-Switching in Bilingual Dialogue

Gerrit Jan Kootstra, Ton Dijkstra, Janet G. van Hell, 2020, Frontiers in Psychology

Does stereotype threat affect creative thinking in female engineering students? A behavioral and neurocognitive study

Rafal Jonczyk, Yushuang Liu, Danielle S. Dickson, Gl E. Okudan-Kremer, Zahed Siddique, Janet van Hell, 2020, ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings

WIP

Amin G. Alhashim, Megan Marshall, Tess Hartog, Rafal Jonczyk, Danielle Dickson, Janet van Hell, Gül E. Okudan-Kremer, Zahed Siddique, 2020, ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings

Learning Novel Word Meanings

Yushuang Liu, Janet G. van Hell, 2020, Language Learning on p. 45-74

The ERP correlates of thematic role assignment for passive versus active sentences

Carrie N. Jackson, Heidi Lorimor, Janet G. van Hell, 2020, Journal of Neurolinguistics

Most-Cited Papers

Executive functions and inhibitory control in multilingual children

Gregory J. Poarch, Adriana Van Hell, 2012, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology on p. 535-551

ERPs reveal individual differences in morphosyntactic processing

Darren Tanner, Janet G. Van Hell, 2014, Neuropsychologia on p. 289-301

Cross-language activation in children's speech production: Evidence from second language learners, bilinguals, and trilinguals

Gregory J. Poarch, Adriana Van Hell, 2012, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology on p. 419-438

Second Language Proficiency and Cross-Language Lexical Activation

Adriana Van Hell, Darren Tanner, 2012, Language Learning on p. 148-171

Word recognition in child second language learners

Pascal Brenders, Adriana Van Hell, Ton Dijkstra, 2011, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology on p. 383-396

Richness of information about novel words influences how episodic and semantic memory networks interact during lexicalization

Atsuko Takashima, Iske Bakker, Janet G. van Hell, Gabriele Janzen, James M. McQueen, 2014, NeuroImage on p. 265-278

Competition from unseen or unheard novel words: Lexical consolidation across modalities

Iske Bakker, Atsuko Takashima, Janet G. van Hell, Gabriele Janzen, James M. McQueen, 2014, Journal of Memory and Language on p. 116-130

Priming of code-switches in sentences: the role of lexical repetition, cognates, and language proficiency

Gerrit Jan Kootstra, Janet G. Van Hell, Ton Dijkstra, 2012, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition on p. 797-819

Changes in theta and beta oscillations as signatures of novel word consolidation

Iske Bakker, Atsuko Takashima, Adriana Van Hell, Gabriele Janzen, James M. Mcqueen, 2015, Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience on p. 1286-1297

Cognate effects in sentence context depend on word class, L2 proficiency, and task

Sybrine Bultena, Ton Dijkstra, Janet G. van Hell, 2014, Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology on p. 1214-1241