Jason W. Gullifer, Ph.D.

Computer Science Teacher
Marianopolis College

Paper Repository


Tiv, Kutlu, Gullifer, Feng, Doucerain, & Titone. (2021). Bridging personal and ecological language dynamics: A systems framework of bilingualism. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Gullifer & Titone. (2021). Bilingualism: A neurocognitive exercise in managing uncertainty. Neurobiology of Language.

Gullifer, Kousaie, Gilbert, Grant, Giroud, Coulter, Klein, Baum, Phillips, & Titone. (2021). Bilingual language experience as a multidimensional spectrum: Associations with objective and subjective language proficiency. Applied Psycholinguistics.


Titone, Mercier, Sudarshan, Pivneva, Gullifer, & Baum. (2020). Spoken word processing in bilingual older adults: Assessing within- and cross-language competition using the visual world task. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism.

Gullifer & Titone. (2020). Engaging proactive control: Influences of diverse language experiences using insights from machine learning.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Gullifer & Titone. (2020). Characterizing the social diversity of bilingualism using language entropy. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.

Tiv, Gullifer, Feng, & Titone. (2020). Using network science to map what Montréal bilinguals talk about across languages and communicative contexts. Journal of Neurolinguistics.


Gullifer & Titone. (2019). The impact of a momentary language switch on bilingual reading: Intense at the switch but merciful downstream for L2 but not L1 readers. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.


Gullifer, Chai, Whitford, Pivneva, Baum, Klein, & Titone. (2018). Bilingual experience and resting-state brain connectivity: Impacts of L2 age of acquisition and social diversity of language use on control networks. Neuropsychologia.


Dussias, Gullifer, & Poepsel. (2016). How psycholinguistics can inform contact linguistics: Converging evidence against a decreolization view of Palenquero. Iberian challenge: creole languages beyond the plantation setting.


Gullifer, Kroll, & Dussias. (2013). When Language Switching Has No Apparent Cost: Lexical Access in Sentence Context. Frontiers in Psychology.