Rafał Jończyk
Rafał Jończyk
Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University
Zweryfikowany adres z wa.amu.edu.pl - Strona główna
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The bilingual brain turns a blind eye to negative statements in the second language
R Jończyk, B Boutonnet, K Musiał, K Hoemann, G Thierry
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 16 (3), 527-540, 2016
442016
Hemispheric asymmetry of emotion words in a non-native mind: A divided visual field study
R Jończyk
Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition 20 (3), 326-347, 2015
262015
Affect-language interactions in native and non-native English speakers
Jonczyk, R Jończyk
Springer International Publishing AG, 2016
132016
Keep calm and carry on: electrophysiological evaluation of emotional anticipation in the second language
R Jończyk, I Korolczuk, E Balatsou, G Thierry
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 14 (8), 885-898, 2019
102019
Affect-language interactions in nonnative speakers
R Jończyk
Affect-language interactions in native and non-native English speakers, 75-101, 2016
62016
Affective word processing in native and nonnative english speakers: a neuropragmatic perspective
R Jończyk
Affect-Language Interactions in Native and Non-Native English Speakers, 103-131, 2016
42016
Affective (dis) embodiment in nonnative language
R Jończyk
Affect-Language Interactions in Native and Non-Native English Speakers, 149-159, 2016
32016
Functional abnormalities in Broca’s area in adolescents with ADHD: resting-state fMRI study
M Pikusa, R Jończyk
PSiCL, 2015
22015
Engineering creativity: Prior experience modulates electrophysiological responses to novel metaphors
R Jończyk, GE Kremer, Z Siddique, JG van Hell
Psychophysiology 57 (10), e13630, 2020
12020
Neurocognitive Evidence on the Impact of Topical Familiarity in Creative Outcomes
R Jonczyk, J van Hell, GE Okudan Kremer, Z Siddique
12019
Dr Olha Lehka-Paul involved in research on COVID-19 conducted by the Faculty of Human Geography and Planning (AMU)
R Jończyk
2021
Cross-linguistic differences affect emotion and emotion-laden word processing: Evidence from Polish-English and Romanian-English bilinguals
K Bromberek-Dyzman, R Jończyk, M Vasileanu, AG Niculescu-Gorpin, ...
International Journal of Bilingualism, 1367006920987306, 2021
2021
Does stereotype threat affect creative thinking in female engineering students? A behavioral and neurocognitive study
R Jonczyk, Y Liu, DS Dickson, GE Okudan-Kremer, Z Siddique, J van Hell
ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Proceedings 2020, 522, 2020
2020
Erratum to: Keep calm and carry on: electrophysiological evaluation of emotional anticipation in the second language
R Jończyk, I Korolczuk, E Balatsou, G Thierry
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience, 2020
2020
The investigation of the relationship between emotional engagement and creativity
EE Gunay, CY Chu, LDJ Delgado Tapia, O Elmenoufy, A Yam, S Raje, ...
2020
Work in Progress: Assessing Creativity of Alternative Uses Task Responses: A Detailed Procedure
A Alhashim, M Marshall, T Hartog, R Jonczyk, D Dickson, J van Hell, ...
Paper presented at 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference, 2020
2020
Board 142: Neurocognitive Evidence on the Impact of Topical Familiarity in Creative Outcomes
R Jonczyk, J van Hell, G Okudan Kremer, Z Siddique
Paper presented at 2019 Annual Conference, 2020
2020
Engineering Creativity: Electrophysiological responses to Novel Metaphors differ as a function of Prior Knowledge
R Jończyk
59th Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, 2018
2018
Affect-Language Interface: A Pragmatic Perspective
R Jończyk
Affect-Language Interactions in Native and Non-Native English Speakers, 57-74, 2016
2016
Processing of Affective Meaning in Native and Nonnative Language: Why Context Matters
R Jończyk
Affect-Language Interactions in Native and Non-Native English Speakers, 133-148, 2016
2016
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