Brain and Language

(The TQCC of Brain and Language is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-05-01 to 2023-05-01.)
Use of phonological codes for Chinese characters: Evidence from processing of parafoveal preview when reading sentences66
English only? Monolinguals in linguistically diverse contexts have an edge in language learning56
Are you really cursing? Neural processing of taboo words in native and foreign language29
Successful second language learning is tied to robust domain-general auditory processing and stable neural representation of sound28
The effect of age of acquisition, socioeducational status, and proficiency on the neural processing of second language speech sounds27
Knowledge of language function and underlying neural networks gained from focal seizures and epilepsy surgery27
Continuous theta burst stimulation over right pars triangularis facilitates naming abilities in chronic post-stroke aphasia by enhancing phonological access26
Neurocognitive basis of repetition deficits in primary progressive aphasia26
Clinical and neuroimaging characteristics of clinically unclassifiable primary progressive aphasia26
The peri-Sylvian cortical network underlying single word repetition revealed by electrocortical stimulation and direct neural recordings25
A longitudinal investigation of structural brain changes during second language learning24
Microstructural plasticity in the bilingual brain23
Is the LAN effect in morphosyntactic processing an ERP artifact?23
Neuroimaging correlates of language network impairment and reorganization in temporal lobe epilepsy22
A longitudinal study of speech production in primary progressive aphasia and behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia21
Roles of ventral versus dorsal pathways in language production: An awake language mapping study21
The use of intracranial recordings to decode human language: Challenges and opportunities21
BiLex: A computational approach to the effects of age of acquisition and language exposure on bilingual lexical access17
Profiling sentence repetition deficits in primary progressive aphasia and Alzheimer’s disease: Error patterns and association with digit span17
Composition of event concepts: Evidence for distinct roles for the left and right anterior temporal lobes16
Repetitive verbal behaviors are not always harmful signs: Compensatory plasticity within the language network in aphasia13
Semantic and BCI-performance in completely paralyzed patients: Possibility of language attrition in completely locked in syndrome13
Language learning experience and mastering the challenges of perceiving speech in noise13
Testing the influence of musical expertise on novel word learning across the lifespan using a cross-sectional approach in children, young adults and older adults13