郭桃梅
职称:教授,博士生导师
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通讯地址:北京师范大学认知神经科学与学习国家重点实验室
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电子邮件:gtaomei@163.com
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研究兴趣
The cognitive mechanisms and neural correlates of language processing and language learning.
 
工作经历
Visiting Scholar, Department of Psychology, University of California, Riverside, Aug. 2016- Aug. 2017
Professor, State Key Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University. Aug. 2015 –
Associate Professor, State Key Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University. Aug. 2007 –Jul. 2015
Visiting Scholar, Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University, Mar. 2007- Dec. 2008
Assistant Professor, State Key Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University. Aug. 2004 – Jul. 2007
 
主持和参与的科研项目
International partner, PIRE: Translating cognitive and brain science in the laboratory and field to language learning environments (PI--- Judith F. Kroll), 2016-2021.
National Science Foundation of China. The mechanism of lexical selection in bilingual word production and its modulation mechanism. (PI). 2012-2015.
International partner, PIRE: Bilingualism, mind, and brain (PI--- Judith F. Kroll), 2010 -2016.
National Institutes of Health Grant, R01-HD053146: Cognitive processes in bilinguals (Co-PI, PI--- Judith F. Kroll). 2008-2013.
The Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, China. The neural network of lexical selection in bilingual speech production. (PI). 2011-2012.
National Science Foundation of China. The Cognitive/Neural Mechanism of Language production in Chinese-English Bilinguals. (PI). 2007-2009.
Research Grant for Young Faculty Member at Beijing Normal University. The Neural Mechanism of Language production in less proficient Chinese-English Bilinguals. (PI). 2004-2006.
Research Grant for Young Faculty Member at State Key Laboratory for Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University. The Temporal Course of Lexical Access in Chinese-English Bilinguals’ Language Production. (PI). 2004-2006.
 
代表性文章
1. Wu J., Kang C., Ma F., Guo T.*. The influence of short-term language switching training on the plasticity of the cognitive control mechanism in bilingual word production. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, in press.
2. Kang C., Fu Y., Wu J., Ma F., Lu C., Guo T.*. Short-Term Language Switching Training Tunes the Neural Correlates of Cognitive Control in Bilingual Language Production. Human Brain Mapping, 2017.
3. Kang C., Ma F., Guo T.*. The plasticity of lexical selection mechanism in word production: ERP evidence from short-term language switching training in unbalanced Chinese–English bilinguals. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 2017, 1-18.
4. Ma F., Li S., Guo T.*. Reactive inhibition and proactive control in bilingual word production: An investigation of influential factors. Journal of Memory and Language, 2016, 86, 35-59.
5. Chen P., Lin J., Chen B., Lu C., Guo T.* Processing emotional words in two languages with one brain: ERP and fMRI evidence from Chinese-English bilinguals. Cortex, 2015, 71, 34-48.
6. Zhang, H., Kang, Ch., Wu, Y., Ma, F., & Guo, T*. Improving proactive control with training on language switching in bilinguals. NeuroReport, 2015, 26(6), 354-359.
7. Dillon B., Chow W.Y., Wagers M., Guo T.*, Liu F., & Phillips C. The structure-sensitivity of memory access: Evidence from Mandarin Chinese. Frontiers in Psychology: Language Sciences, 2014, 5(1025).
 
 
8. Guo, T.*, Ma, F., & Liu, F. An ERP study of inhibition of non-target languages in trilingual word production. Brain and Language, 2013, 127, 12–20.
9. Guo, T., Chen M., Peng D. Emotional states modulate the recognition potential during word processing. PLos ONE, 2012, 7 (10), e47083.
10. Guo, T. *, Misra, M., Tam, J. W., & Kroll, J. F. On the time course of accessing meaning in a second language: An electrophysiological and behavioral investigation of translation recognition. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2012, 38(5), 1165-1186.
11. Misra, M., Guo, T. *, Bobb, S. C., & Kroll, J. F. When bilinguals choose a single word to speak: Electrophysiological evidence for inhibition of the native language. Journal of Memory and Language, 2012, 67(1),224-237.
12. Guo, T. *, Liu, H., Misra, M., & Kroll, J. F. Local and global inhibition in bilingual word production: fMRI evidence from Chinese–English bilinguals. NeuroImage, 2011, 56(4), 2300-2309.
13. Guo J., Guo T.*, Yan Y., Jiang N., & Peng D. ERP evidence for different strategies employed by native speakers and L2 learners in sentence processing. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 2009, 22, 123-134.
14. Liu H., Hu Z., Guo T.*, & Peng D. Speaking words in two languages with one brain: Neural overlap and dissociation. Brain Research, 2010, 1316, 75-82.
15. Guo T., & Peng D. Speaking words in the second language: from semantics to phonology in 170 milliseconds. Neuroscience Research, 2007, 57, 387-392.
16. Ma Z., Guo T., Peng D., & Yan Y. ERP evidence for neural dissociation of processing Chinese nouns and verbs. Progress in Natural Science, 2007, 17 (Special), 77-80.
17. Guo T., & Peng D. ERP evidence for parallel activation of two languages in bilingual speech production. NeuroReport, 2006, 17, 1757-1760.
18. Guo T., Peng D., & Liu Y. The Role of Phonological Activation in the Visual Semantic Retrieval of Chinese Characters, Cognition, 2005, 98 , B21-B34.