SLEIC Intern in Functional Neuroimaging new publication

SLEIC Intern in Functional Neuroimaging, Kaitlyn Litcofsky, along with her advisor Dr. Janet van Hell, recently published research on how Spanish-English bilinguals understand sentences that switch between languages, such as "I went to the store para comprar leche". In a behavioral study and EEG study, using event-related potentials and time-frequency analyses, she found that the comprehension of these codeswitched sentences taps into basic bilingual processing in which bilinguals have to dynamically manage the relative activation of their two langauges. Read more here.