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Mark Antoniou
Mark Antoniou
The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development, Western Sydney University
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The advantages of bilingualism debate
M Antoniou
Annual Review of Linguistics 5, 395-415, 2019
2052019
Inter-language interference in VOT production by L2-dominant bilinguals: Asymmetries in phonetic code-switching
M Antoniou, CT Best, MD Tyler, C Kroos
Journal of phonetics 39 (4), 558-570, 2011
1732011
Foreign language training as cognitive therapy for age-related cognitive decline: A hypothesis for future research
M Antoniou, GM Gunasekera, PCM Wong
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 37 (10), 2689-2698, 2013
1602013
Two ways to listen: Do L2-dominant bilinguals perceive stop voicing according to language mode?
M Antoniou, MD Tyler, CT Best
Journal of phonetics 40 (4), 582-594, 2012
1212012
Language context elicits native-like stop voicing in early bilinguals’ productions in both L1 and L2
M Antoniou, CT Best, MD Tyler, C Kroos
Journal of phonetics 38 (4), 640-653, 2010
1212010
The bilingual advantage in phonetic learning
M Antoniou, E Liang, M Ettlinger, PCM Wong
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 18 (4), 683-695, 2015
1112015
Uncovering the mechanisms responsible for why language learning may promote healthy cognitive aging
M Antoniou, SM Wright
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 2217, 2017
832017
Language training leads to global cognitive improvement in older adults: A preliminary study
PCM Wong, J Ou, CWY Pang, L Zhang, CS Tse, LCW Lam, M Antoniou
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 62 (7), 2411-2424, 2019
382019
Poor phonetic perceivers are affected by cognitive load when resolving talker variability
M Antoniou, PCM Wong
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 138 (2), 571-574, 2015
382015
Complexity, training paradigm design, and the contribution of memory subsystems to grammar learning
M Antoniou, M Ettlinger, PCM Wong
PloS one 11 (7), e0158812, 2016
322016
Varying irrelevant phonetic features hinders learning of the feature being trained
M Antoniou, PCM Wong
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (1), 271-278, 2016
292016
Focusing the lens of language experience: Perception of Ma'di stops by Greek and English bilinguals and monolinguals
M Antoniou, CT Best, MD Tyler
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133 (4), 2397-2411, 2013
282013
Investigating the role of articulatory organs and perceptual assimilation in infants' discrimination of native and non‐native fricative place contrasts
MD Tyler, CT Best, LM Goldstein, M Antoniou
Developmental psychobiology 56 (2), 210-227, 2014
272014
The effect of intensified language exposure on accommodating talker variability
M Antoniou, PCM Wong, S Wang
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (3), 722-727, 2015
192015
Native phonological and phonetic influences in perceptual assimilation of monosyllabic Thai lexical tones by Mandarin and Vietnamese listeners
J Chen, CT Best, M Antoniou
Journal of Phonetics 83, 101013, 2020
142020
Integrating bilingualism, verbal fluency, and executive functioning across the lifespan
Z Zeng, M Kalashnikova, M Antoniou
Journal of Cognition and Development 20 (5), 656-679, 2019
132019
Effects of combination of linguistic and musical pitch experience on subcortical pitch encoding
AR Maggu, PCM Wong, M Antoniou, O Bones, H Liu, FCK Wong
Journal of Neurolinguistics 47, 145-155, 2018
132018
What can lexical tone training studies in adults tell us about tone processing in children?
M Antoniou, JLL Chin
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1, 2018
132018
Auditory cues that drive language development are language specific: Evidence from Cantonese
M Antoniou, CKS To, PCM Wong
Applied Psycholinguistics 36 (6), 1493-1507, 2015
132015
Suitability of text-based communications for the delivery of psychological therapeutic services to rural and remote communities: scoping review
A Dwyer, A de Almeida Neto, D Estival, W Li, C Lam-Cassettari, ...
JMIR mental health 8 (2), e19478, 2021
112021
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