Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory



Bilingualism: Biological bases


Bilingualism Slideshow



Krizman J, Bradlow AR, Lam SS, Kraus N (2016) How bilinguals listen in noise: linguistic and non-linguistic factors. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. doi: 10.1017/S1366728916000444.

Krizman J, Skoe E, Kraus N (2016) Bilingual enhancements have no socioeconomic boundaries. Developmental Science. 19(6): 881–891.

Krizman J, Slater J, Skoe E, Marian V, Kraus N (2015) Neural processing of speech in children is influenced by extent of bilingual experience. Neuroscience Letters. 585: 48–53.

Krizman J, Skoe E, Marian V, Kraus N (2014) Bilingualism increases neural response consistency and attentional control: Evidence for sensory and cognitive coupling. Brain and Language 128: 34–40.

Kraus, N, Anderson, S (2014) Bilingualism enhances neural speech encoding. Hearing Journal. 67(7): 40.

Krizman J, Marian V, Shook A, Skoe E, Kraus N (2012) Subcortical encoding of sound is enhanced in bilinguals and relates to executive function advantages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 109(20): 7877-7881.

Song JH, Skoe E, Wong PCM, Kraus N (2008) Plasticity in the adult human auditory brainstem following short-term linguistic training. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 20(10): 1892-1902.

Kraus N, White-Schwoch T (2017) The bilingualism paradox. Hearing Journal. 70(1): 40-42.

Intartaglia B, White-Schwoch T, Kraus N, Schön D (2017) Music training enhances the automatic neural processing of foreign speech sounds. Scientific Reports. 7: 12631