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Oliver Sawi, Ph.D.
Oliver Sawi, Ph.D.
Educational Neuroscience Research Associate, Stanford Graduate School of Education
Verified email at stanford.edu - Homepage
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Bilingual advantages in executive functioning either do not exist or are restricted to very specific and undetermined circumstances
KR Paap, HA Johnson, O Sawi
Cortex 69, 265-278, 2015
8902015
Bilingual advantages in executive functioning: problems in convergent validity, discriminant validity, and the identification of the theoretical constructs
KR Paap, O Sawi
Frontiers in psychology 5, 92190, 2014
2902014
Are bilingual advantages dependent upon specific tasks or specific bilingual experiences?
KR Paap, HA Johnson, O Sawi
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (6), 615-639, 2014
2802014
Should the search for bilingual advantages in executive functioning continue?
KR Paap, HA Johnson, O Sawi
Cortex 74, 305-314, 2016
1782016
No compelling evidence for a bilingual advantage in switching or that frequent language switching reduces switch cost
KR Paap, HA Myuz, RT Anders, MF Bockelman, R Mikulinsky, OM Sawi
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 29 (2), 89-112, 2017
1512017
The role of test-retest reliability in measuring individual and group differences in executive functioning
KR Paap, O Sawi
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 274, 81-93, 2016
1482016
Reading and the neurocognitive bases of statistical learning
OM Sawi, J Rueckl
Scientific Studies of Reading 23 (1), 8-23, 2019
772019
Development and prediction of context-dependent vowel pronunciation in elementary readers
LM Steacy, DL Compton, Y Petscher, JD Elliott, K Smith, JG Rueckl, ...
Scientific Studies of Reading 23 (1), 49-63, 2019
622019
The brain mechanisms underlying the cognitive benefits of bilingualism may be extraordinarily difficult to discover
KR Paap, OM Sawi, C Dalibar, J Darrow, HA Johnson
AIMS Neuroscience 1 (3), 245-256, 2014
402014
Beyond Panglossian optimism: Larger N2 amplitudes probably signal a bilingual disadvantage in conflict monitoring
KR Paap, OM Sawi, C Dalibar, J Darrow, HA Johnson
AIMS Neuroscience 2 (1), 1-6, 2015
232015
Language switching frequency in bilinguals is inconsistently linked to executive functioning
HA Johnson, O Sawi, KR Paap
Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2015
102015
20,000 Flanker trials: are the effects reliable, robust, and stable?
K Paap, S Wagner, H Johnson, M Bockelman, D Cushing, O Sawi
Poster Presented at the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA, 2014
82014
TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY AND CONVERGENT VALIDITY OF MEASURES OF EXECUTIVE PROCESSING: EVIDENCE FROM THE SIMON, FLANKER, SWITCHING, AND ANTISACCADE TASKS
O Sawi, K Paap
JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE, 191-191, 2013
42013
Exploring the Neurocognitive Bases of Statistical Learning
OM Sawi
2020
Corrigendum to “The role of test-retest reliability in measuring individual and group differences”[Journal of Neuroscience Methods 274 (2016) 81–93]
K Paap, O Sawi
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 307, 260, 2018
2018
Individual Differences in Sensitivity to Morphological Structure in Words and Nonwords
OM Sawi
2016
BILINGUALISM AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTION
K Paap, M Bockelman, H Johnson, E Eusebio, S Wagner, A Avalos, ...
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