Britta Biedermann
Britta Biedermann
Curtin School of Allied Health; Curtin enAble Institute, Curtin University
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The representation of homophones: Evidence from remediation
B Biedermann, G Blanken, L Nickels
Aphasiology 16 (10-11), 1115-1136, 2002
Computational modelling of phonological dyslexia: How does the DRC model fare?
L Nickels, B Biedermann, M Coltheart, S Saunders, JJ Tree
Cognitive Neuropsychology 25 (2), 165-193, 2008
The representation of homophones: More evidence from the remediation of anomia
B Biedermann, L Nickels
Cortex 44 (3), 276-293, 2008
Meditation and auditory attention: An ERP study of meditators and non-meditators
B Biedermann, P De Lissa, Y Mahajan, V Polito, N Badcock, MH Connors, ...
International Journal of Psychophysiology 109, 63-70, 2016
Homographic and heterographic homophones in speech production: Does orthography matter?
B Biedermann, L Nickels
Cortex 44 (6), 683-697, 2008
Information retrieval in tip of the tongue states: New data and methodological advances
B Biedermann, N Ruh, L Nickels, M Coltheart
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 37, 171-198, 2008
Not all bilinguals are the same: A meta-analysis of the moral foreign language effect
M Stankovic, B Biedermann, T Hamamura
Brain and Language 227, 105082, 2022
The lexical-syntactic representation of number
L Nickels, B Biedermann, N Fieder, NO Schiller
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 30 (3), 287-304, 2015
Consequences of late bilingualism for novel word learning: Evidence from Tamil–English bilingual speakers
VKK Nair, B Biedermann, L Nickels
International Journal of Bilingualism 20 (4), 473-487, 2016
Representation and processing of mass and count nouns: A review
N Fieder, L Nickels, B Biedermann
Frontiers in psychology 5, 75674, 2014
Effect of socio-economic status on cognitive control in non-literate bilingual speakers
VKK Nair, B Biedermann, L Nickels
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 20 (5), 999-1009, 2017
Does plural dominance play a role in spoken picture naming? A comparison of unimpaired and impaired speakers
B Biedermann, E Beyersmann, C Mason, L Nickels
Journal of Neurolinguistics 26 (6), 712-736, 2013
An untapped resource: Treatment as a tool for revealing the nature of cognitive processes
L Nickels, S Kohnen, B Biedermann
Cognitive Neuropsychology 27 (7), 539-562, 2010
“If you don't speak from the heart, the young mob aren't going to listen at all”: An invitation for youth mental health services to engage in new ways of working
M Wright, T Culbong, N Crisp, B Biedermann, A Lin
Early intervention in Psychiatry 13 (6), 1506-1512, 2019
Ageing with bilingualism: Benefits and challenges
L Nickels, S Hameau, VKK Nair, P Barr, B Biedermann
Speech, Language and Hearing 22 (1), 32-50, 2019
The influence of plural dominance in aphasic word production
B Biedermann, A Lorenz, E Beyersmann, L Nickels
Aphasiology 26 (8), 985-1004, 2012
Syllable frequency effects in immediate but not delayed syllable naming in English
K Croot, G Lalas, B Biedermann, K Rastle, K Jones, J Cholin
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (9), 1119-1132, 2017
The production of singular-and plural-dominant nouns in Dutch
E Beyersmann, EM Dutton, S Amer, NO Schiller, B Biedermann
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 30 (7), 867-876, 2015
“Giving yourself some breathing room…”: an exploration of group meditation for people with aphasia
S Panda, A Whitworth, D Hersh, B Biedermann
Aphasiology 35 (12), 1544-1572, 2021
How ‘some garlic’becomes ‘a garlic’or ‘some onion’: Mass and count processing in aphasia
N Fieder, L Nickels, B Biedermann, W Best
Neuropsychologia 75, 626-645, 2015
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