Yanchao Bi
Yanchao Bi
Professor, IDG/McGovern Inst for Brain Research, State Key Lab of Cogn Neurosci & Learning, BNU
Verified email at bnu.edu.cn - Homepage
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The specific-word frequency effect: Implications for the representation of homophones in speech production.
A Caramazza, A Costa, M Miozzo, Y Bi
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (6), 1430, 2001
Identifying and mapping connectivity patterns of brain network hubs in Alzheimer's disease
Z Dai, C Yan, K Li, Z Wang, J Wang, M Cao, Q Lin, N Shu, M Xia, Y Bi, ...
Cerebral cortex 25 (10), 3723-3742, 2015
Predicting conceptual processing capacity from spontaneous neuronal activity of the left middle temporal gyrus
T Wei, X Liang, Y He, Y Zang, Z Han, A Caramazza, Y Bi
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (2), 481-489, 2012
White matter structural connectivity underlying semantic processing: evidence from brain damaged patients
Z Han, Y Ma, G Gong, Y He, A Caramazza, Y Bi
Brain 136 (10), 2952-2965, 2013
A tale of two frequencies: Determining the speed of lexical access for Mandarin Chinese and English compounds
N Janssen, Y Bi, A Caramazza
Language and Cognitive Processes 23 (7-8), 1191-1223, 2008
Selectivity for large nonmanipulable objects in scene-selective visual cortex does not require visual experience
C He, MV Peelen, Z Han, N Lin, A Caramazza, Y Bi
Neuroimage 79, 1-9, 2013
Is there phonologically mediated access to lexical semantics in reading Chinese
X Zhou, H Shu, Y Bi, D Shi
Reading Chinese script: A cognitive analysis, 135-171, 1999
Early development of functional network segregation revealed by connectomic analysis of the preterm human brain
M Cao, Y He, Z Dai, X Liao, T Jeon, M Ouyang, L Chalak, Y Bi, N Rollins, ...
Cerebral Cortex 27 (3), 1949-1963, 2017
Object domain and modality in the ventral visual pathway
Y Bi, X Wang, A Caramazza
Trends in cognitive sciences 20 (4), 282-290, 2016
The role of the left anterior temporal lobe in language processing revisited: evidence from an individual with ATL resection
Y Bi, T Wei, C Wu, Z Han, T Jiang, A Caramazza
cortex 47 (5), 575-587, 2011
Nonvisual and visual object shape representations in occipitotemporal cortex: evidence from congenitally blind and sighted adults
MV Peelen, C He, Z Han, A Caramazza, Y Bi
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (1), 163-170, 2014
Tool selectivity in left occipitotemporal cortex develops without vision
MV Peelen, S Bracci, X Lu, C He, A Caramazza, Y Bi
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 25 (8), 1225-1234, 2013
Intrinsic functional network architecture of human semantic processing: modules and hubs
Y Xu, Q Lin, Z Han, Y He, Y Bi
Neuroimage 132, 542-555, 2016
Where color rests: spontaneous brain activity of bilateral fusiform and lingual regions predicts object color knowledge performance
X Wang, Z Han, Y He, A Caramazza, L Song, Y Bi
Neuroimage 76, 252-263, 2013
How visual is the visual cortex? Comparing connectional and functional fingerprints between congenitally blind and sighted individuals
X Wang, MV Peelen, Z Han, C He, A Caramazza, Y Bi
Journal of Neuroscience 35 (36), 12545-12559, 2015
What Determines the Speed of Lexical Access: Homophone or Specific-Word Frequency? A Reply to Jescheniak et al.(2003).
A Caramazza, Y Bi, A Costa, M Miozzo
American Psychological Association 30 (1), 278, 2004
The orthographic buffer in writing Chinese characters: Evidence from a dysgraphic patient
Z Han, Y Zhang, H Shu, Y Bi
Cognitive neuropsychology 24 (4), 431-450, 2007
The interaction between semantic and the nonsemantic systems in reading: Evidence from Chinese
Y Bi, Z Han, B Weekes, H Shu
Neuropsychologia 45 (12), 2660-2673, 2007
Nouns, verbs, objects, actions, and the animate/inanimate effect
Y Bi, Z Han, H Shu, A Caramazza
Cognitive Neuropsychology 24 (5), 485-504, 2007
Distinct regions of right temporal cortex are associated with biological and human–agent motion: functional magnetic resonance imaging and neuropsychological evidence
Z Han, Y Bi, J Chen, Q Chen, Y He, A Caramazza
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (39), 15442-15453, 2013
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