Albertyna Paciorek

Albertyna Paciorek

@AlbertynaOx

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Cognitive Neuroscience, Psycholinguistics, Vagus Nerve Stimulation. Long distance runner. @UniWarszawski

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Joined on March 11, 2013
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Happy International Day of Multilingualism #multilingualisnormal

Heartwarming feedback from a happy Gorilla user today!  ☺️🥰 https://t.co/HZjCoz4VjL

Heartwarming feedback from a happy Gorilla user today! ☺️🥰 https://t.co/HZjCoz4VjL

Beautiful, pain-staking, and thought-provoking work by @middycasillas et al. showing that Tseltal Mayan children have no delay in language acquisition (compared to Western norms) despite minimal child directed speech. https://t.co/Xrtj1FgszQ

Quoted @DanijelaTrenkic

Just a smiley dragonfly enjoying a blackberry #BankHoliday https://t.co/XHpaDHJRV7

Just a smiley dragonfly enjoying a blackberry #BankHoliday https://t.co/XHpaDHJRV7

Twitter - what is the name for dragonfly in other languages? In Serbian, dragonfly is ‘vilin konjic’ = a fairy’s horse 🧚‍♀️🐴 https://t.co/Razg2Vc4jm

Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science? https://t.co/XCz0rqV2TX

Bridging sensory and language theories of dyslexia: towards a multifactorial model https://t.co/SXugfe3yey

The next generation of approaches to investigate the link between synaptic plasticity and learning https://t.co/wdZQ3LsCLx

Quoted @BouhaliFlorence

One “letterbox” in the brain, two reading routes: how does that work? We show a mesial-to-lateral dissociation in left ventral cortex between grapheme processing for phonological decoding and coarser representations for lexico-semantic access. https://t.co/JzzWYDWcsl @StanDehaene https://t.co/WRi2qNGdDa

One “letterbox” in the brain, two reading routes: how does that work? We show a mesial-to-lateral dissociation in left ventral cortex between grapheme processing for phonological decoding and coarser representations for lexico-semantic access. https://t.co/JzzWYDWcsl @StanDehaene https://t.co/WRi2qNGdDa

Congratulations @BouhaliFlorence! Not every day one discovers a new functional region of the 🧠! https://t.co/r6tBctgptU

"If you forget how scientific work is shared and assessed now, and instead imagine how it could best be done, the current system would not enter anyone’s mind." - enter Octopus: a radical new approach to scientific publishing https://t.co/g9ZXxD0aDK https://t.co/nPcby1oACt

"If you forget how scientific work is shared and assessed now, and instead imagine how it could best be done, the current system would not enter anyone’s mind." - enter Octopus: a radical new approach to scientific publishing https://t.co/g9ZXxD0aDK https://t.co/nPcby1oACt

A new BrainsCAN-supported paper by @alexjbillig, @bjoherrmann and @BMI_WesternU Director, @ingridjohnsrude is out in @SfNJournals! The results will help researchers better understand the functional organization of auditory cortex. Learn more: https://t.co/We9tdpRVp8 https://t.co/NgwvrolRQs

ok, I know I've asked this before, but does anyone have a link to that list of effect sizes of common things (e.g., height difference between men and women)? I think it was by @jpsimmons or @uri_sohn? I can't find it on my hard drive, of course...

If we took Aristotle seriously we would revolutionise our educational systems to enable citizens to learn throughout life https://t.co/kS2kqmOylj

PNASNews
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Thought to be universally recognized, facial expressions in response to emotions may be shaped by the perceiver’s unique conceptual knowledge. In PNAS: https://t.co/OwCtLjpBCN https://t.co/iz5aiZTwHn

Thought to be universally recognized, facial expressions in response to emotions may be shaped by the perceiver’s unique conceptual knowledge. In PNAS: https://t.co/OwCtLjpBCN https://t.co/iz5aiZTwHn

UCL Lunch Hour Lecture: Perception & action in the brain: what can EEG tell us? https://t.co/hCEcMV1AwR

Covert co-activation of bilinguals’ non-target language - Phonological competition from translations https://t.co/j13VcVZ6yF

New study reports a failed attempt to replicate the influential finding of dissociation between syntax and semantics in the LIFG during sentence comprehension https://t.co/05OPRBuuhf

Explicitly Slow, Implicitly Fast, or the Other Way Around? Brain Mechanisms for Word Acquisition https://t.co/jxkRtKV8t7

MEG neural activity reflecting action word comprehension emerges first in motor cortex, then in "high level" semantic hubs: https://t.co/0wwex7HLmv

Ready to drool, neuroimagers? Free monthly webcast of leaders lined up @ #UConnBIRC Speaker Series. @torwager, @HassonLab, Stephanie Jones, @KimberlyGNoble, Katarzyna Chawarska, @BadreLab, Alex Martin, Mike Crowley & György Buzsáki (FY21). Starts Sept ‘19 https://t.co/IjhmJT7g5p https://t.co/dTADdlWFXp

Ready to drool, neuroimagers? Free monthly webcast of leaders lined up @ #UConnBIRC Speaker Series. @torwager, @HassonLab, Stephanie Jones, @KimberlyGNoble, Katarzyna Chawarska, @BadreLab, Alex Martin, Mike Crowley & György Buzsáki (FY21). Starts Sept ‘19 https://t.co/IjhmJT7g5p https://t.co/dTADdlWFXp

Our new paper about Online Behavioral Research is now out in BRM. 🦍🎉🦍🎉🦍🎉🦍 The materials are also available in Gorilla Open Materials. https://t.co/EiBXedvrkI https://t.co/lden9tZNWF #openscience #reproducibility #psychology #onlineresearch #BX #behavior

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