Albertyna Paciorek

Albertyna Paciorek

@AlbertynaOx

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Passionate about autism, neuroscience psychology and psycholinguistics. Long distance runner.

Cambridge London Kraków Mielec
Joined on March 11, 2013
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Our meta-analysis on language learning in the brain is out! Model linguistic systems, fMRI/PET, lexical and grammatical learning, declarative and non-declarative learning, plus a separate analysis on artificial grammars. https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1Ym783lc~r72l2#.XKX_vSaufsQ.twitter …

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Quoted @INM7_ISN

Are We Ready for Real-world Neuroscience? Very instructive overview and discussion on naturalistic stimulation and related topics by https://buff.ly/2C9uf1g , @SuzanneDikker, @c_perrodin and @paweljmatusz. The brain did not evolve for the lab setting https://buff.ly/2VFgFtY 

Are We Ready for Real-world Neuroscience? Very instructive overview and discussion on naturalistic stimulation and related topics by https://buff.ly/2C9uf1g , @SuzanneDikker, @c_perrodin and @paweljmatusz. The brain did not evolve for the lab setting 

https://buff.ly/2VFgFtY 

We are ready and in desperate need for ecological, second-person neuroscience! Also highly relevant for translational research in psychiatry.

Quoted @MPI_NL

Counting 'uhm's: how tracking the distribution of native and non-native disfluencies influences online language comprehension. New paper by Bosker &al. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.jml.2019.02.006 … PDF https://bit.ly/2EQEtWj 

Really interesting study showing plasticity in our comprehension of disfluencies

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A must-see and must-read (and must-cite) by @FlorAssaneo @PabloRiVi @Ruth_d_Balaguer @JOGBCN behavior, MEG, tractography, crowd sourcing "Spontaneous synchronization to speech reveals neural mechanisms facilitating language learning" Congrats to my peeps

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1) In our new paper in @NatureNeuro, we introduce a behavioral test predictive of audio-motor synchronization, neurophysiological function, brain anatomy, and performance on an ecologically relevant word-learning task. This is how we think of it. https://rdcu.be/bpqgA 

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Made an artsy cover figure too, here it is in the press release

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Language comprehension primes pain perception in a way that is sensitive to sentence context and individual pain experience - a finding relevant to semantic theory but also clinical practice and the improvement of doctor-patient communication. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/language-and-cognition/article/when-words-burn-language-processing-differentially-modulates-pain-perception-in-typical-and-chronic-pain-populations/47904639CB1E7B751411F8FE365720ED#fndtn-information …

Language comprehension primes pain perception in a way that is sensitive to sentence context and individual pain experience - a finding relevant to semantic theory but also clinical practice and the improvement of doctor-patient communication. #fndtn-information" target="_blank">https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/language-and-cognition/article/when-words-burn-language-processing-differentially-modulates-pain-perception-in-typical-and-chronic-pain-populations/47904639CB1E7B751411F8FE365720ED#fndtn-information …

Cognitive training with action-related verbs induces neural plasticity in the action representation system as assessed by gray matter brain morphometry https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0028393218301842 …

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A major 2018 study overturned prior claims of selection acting on FOXP2 in recent human evolution. My new piece for @CurrentBiology walks you through the findings & explains why this gene still has much to tell us about the neurobiology of spoken language: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1YRB8_LsQSO3Lw#.XEXrOu3TZUA.twitter …

A major 2018 study overturned prior claims of selection acting on FOXP2 in recent human evolution. My new piece for @CurrentBiology walks you through the findings & explains why this gene still has much to tell us about the neurobiology of spoken language: https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1YRB8_LsQSO3Lw#.XEXrOu3TZUA.twitter …

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Cool: Differential brain-to-brain entrainment while speaking and listening in native and foreign languages https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010945218304052?via%3Dihub …

Cool: Differential brain-to-brain entrainment while speaking and listening in native and foreign languages https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010945218304052?via%3Dihub …

Just putting this out there again - we shared lots of EEG data recorded to "natural" speech - it's all here: https://datadryad.org/resource/doi:10.5061/dryad.070jc … - Please use it if it would be useful to you. You can see some of what we did with the data here:

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The Neurons That Tell Time

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Our children aren’t being taught to read in ways that line up with what scientists have discovered about how people actually learn.

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Another great opportunity with @NDCNOxford

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How Emily Dickinson Writes A Poem

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Quoted @TengXB

Our new preprint about entrainment, tracking, speech, envelope, fine structure and MEG - Speech Fine Structure Contains Critical Temporal Cues to Support Speech Segmentation https://www.biorxiv.org/content/early/2018/12/31/508358 …

New paper by @TengXB - cool stimulus manipulations based on an old idea (locally reversing speech). The results expand on results by, for example, @jonasobleser and @MollyJHenry and @BenediktZoefel and exemplify how 'clever' cortical tracking mechanisms are. #speech #entrainment

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A violent & comic story of revenge has been dramatised for the first time – in a language that has not been spoken for 2,000 years. The story was found written in Babylonian on a clay tablet in Turkey. Martin Worthington, Fellow at St John’s, made the film #BabylonianRevengeFilm

A violent & comic story of revenge has been dramatised for the first time – in a language that has not been spoken for 2,000 years. The story was found written in Babylonian on a clay tablet in Turkey. Martin Worthington, Fellow at St John’s, made the film #BabylonianRevengeFilm

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Quoted @LancasterUni

Today we are welcoming colleagues from our partner institution, the University of Lausanne @unil in Switzerland. The two universities have lots in common, including famous campus wildlife 🐑🦆

Today we are welcoming colleagues from our partner institution, the University of Lausanne @unil in Switzerland. The two universities have lots in common, including famous campus wildlife 🐑🦆

Our partners @unil produced a very nice video that summarizes the #LancasterLausanne partnership 🇨🇭🇬🇧, worth watching here 👉🏻 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdCwyg14-Ek …

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Full House for Tim Lillicrap’s talk on ‘Learning to form memories by predicting the future’ #neurotheory seminar series hosted by @TPVogels @hisspikeness from @Oxfordcircuits

Full House for Tim Lillicrap’s talk on ‘Learning to form memories by predicting the future’ #neurotheory seminar series hosted by @TPVogels @hisspikeness from @Oxfordcircuits

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