Neil W. Kirk
Neil W. Kirk
Senior Lecturer, Abertay University
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No evidence for reduced Simon cost in elderly bilinguals and bidialectals
NW Kirk, L Fiala, KC Scott-Brown, V Kempe
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 26 (6), 640-648, 2014
Can monolinguals be like bilinguals? Evidence from dialect switching
NW Kirk, V Kempe, KC Scott-Brown, A Philipp, M Declerck
Cognition 170, 164-178, 2018
Individual differences in the discrimination of novel speech sounds: effects of sex, temporal processing, musical and cognitive abilities
V Kempe, JC Thoresen, NW Kirk, F Schaeffler, PJ Brooks
PloS one 7 (11), e48623, 2012
Revisiting theoretical and causal explanations for the bilingual advantage in executive functioning
V Kempe, NW Kirk, PJ Brooks
Cortex 73, 342-344, 2015
Language control in regional dialect speakers–monolingual by name, bilingual by nature?
NW Kirk, M Declerck, RJ Kemp, V Kempe
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 25 (3), 511-520, 2022
Do older Gaelic-English bilinguals show an advantage in inhibitory control?
N Kirk, K Scott-Brown, V Kempe
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 35 (35), 2013
Cognitive cost of switching between standard and dialect varieties
N Kirk, M Declerck, KC Scott-Brown, V Kempe, A Philipp
20th Annual Conference on Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing, 2014
MIND your language (s): Recognizing Minority, Indigenous, Non-standard (ized), and Dialect variety usage in “monolinguals”
NW Kirk
Applied Psycholinguistics 44 (3), 358-364, 2023
Is there proactive inhibitory control during bilingual and bidialectal language production?
M Declerck, E Özbakar, NW Kirk
PloS one 16 (9), e0257355, 2021
Is it easier to use one language variety at a time, or mix them? An investigation of voluntary language switching with bidialectals
M Declerck, NW Kirk
PloS one 16 (9), e0256554, 2021
How well can listeners distinguish dialects and unfamiliar languages?
NW Kirk, V Kempe, K Scott-Brown
54th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomics Society, 2013
No evidence for a mixing benefit—A registered report of voluntary dialect switching
M Declerck, NW Kirk
Plos one 18 (5), e0282086, 2023
Shared or separate: Control processes of cross-and within-language interference
GP Williams, NW Kirk, M Sánchez, Z Afshar, Y Wen
PsyArXiv, 2023
Implicit Sequence Learning in Applied Game Design
N Panayotov, GP Williams, NW Kirk, V Kempe
PsyArXiv, 2020
The Effect of Regional Dialect on Personality Assessment
NW Kirk, B Lane
OSF, 2020
Investigating the cognitive effects of having previously sustained a sports related concussion
D Price, NW Kirk
British Psychological Society Scottish Branch Undergraduate Conference 2020 …, 2020
When Do Dialects Become Languages?: A Cognitive Perspective
NW Kirk
Abertay University, 2016
Demands on executive functioning can differ among monolinguals: switch cost profiles in balanced vs. unbalanced bidialectal speakers
NW Kirk, V Kempe, KC Scott-Brown, A Philipp, M Declerck
19th Conference for the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, 2015
Are changes in articulatory settings responsible for the language switching cost?
NW Kirk, KC Scott-Brown, V Kempe
International Convention of Psychological Science, 2015
Individual Differences in the Discrimination of Novel Speech Sounds: Effects of Sex
V Kempe, JC Thoresen, NW Kirk, F Schaeffler, PJ Brooks
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