Albert Costa
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Lexical access in bilingual speech production: Evidence from language switching in highly proficient bilinguals and L2 learners
A Costa, M Santesteban
Journal of memory and Language 50 (4), 491-511, 2004
Bilingualism aids conflict resolution: Evidence from the ANT task
A Costa, M Hernández, N Sebastián-Gallés
Cognition 106 (1), 59-86, 2008
The cognate facilitation effect: implications for models of lexical access.
A Costa, A Caramazza, N Sebastian-Galles
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26 (5), 1283, 2000
On the bilingual advantage in conflict processing: Now you see it, now you don’t
A Costa, M Hernández, J Costa-Faidella, N Sebastián-Gallés
Cognition 113 (2), 135-149, 2009
Lexical selection in bilinguals: Do words in the bilingual's two lexicons compete for selection?
A Costa, M Miozzo, A Caramazza
Journal of Memory and language 41 (3), 365-397, 1999
Bilingualism tunes the anterior cingulate cortex for conflict monitoring
J Abutalebi, PA Della Rosa, DW Green, M Hernandez, P Scifo, R Keim, ...
Cerebral cortex 22 (9), 2076-2086, 2012
How do highly proficient bilinguals control their lexicalization process? Inhibitory and language-specific selection mechanisms are both functional.
A Costa, M Santesteban, I Ivanova
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (5), 1057, 2006
Your morals depend on language
A Costa, A Foucart, S Hayakawa, M Aparici, J Apesteguia, J Heafner, ...
PloS one 9 (4), e94842, 2014
Does bilingualism hamper lexical access in speech production?
I Ivanova, A Costa
Acta psychologica 127 (2), 277-288, 2008
Lexical selection is not by competition: a reinterpretation of semantic interference and facilitation effects in the picture-word interference paradigm.
BZ Mahon, A Costa, R Peterson, KA Vargas, A Caramazza
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (3), 503, 2007
How does the bilingual experience sculpt the brain?
A Costa, N Sebastián-Gallés
Nature reviews neuroscience 15 (5), 336-345, 2014
Is lexical selection in bilingual speech production language-specific? Further evidence from Spanish–English and English–Spanish bilinguals
A Costa, A Caramazza
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 2 (3), 231-244, 1999
Bridging language and attention: Brain basis of the impact of bilingualism on cognitive control
G Garbin, A Sanjuan, C Forn, JC Bustamante, A Rodríguez-Pujadas, ...
NeuroImage 53 (4), 1272-1278, 2010
“Piensa” twice: On the foreign language effect in decision making
A Costa, A Foucart, I Arnon, M Aparici, J Apesteguia
Cognition 130 (2), 236-254, 2014
On the facilitatory effects of cognate words in bilingual speech production
A Costa, M Santesteban, A Caño
Brain and language 94 (1), 94-103, 2005
Tracking lexical access in speech production: electrophysiological correlates of word frequency and cognate effects
K Strijkers, A Costa, G Thierry
Cerebral cortex 20 (4), 912-928, 2010
Bilinguals reading in their second language do not predict upcoming words as native readers do
CD Martin, G Thierry, JR Kuipers, B Boutonnet, A Foucart, A Costa
Journal of memory and language 69 (4), 574-588, 2013
The impact of bilingualism on the executive control and orienting networks of attention
M Hernández, A Costa, LJ Fuentes, AB Vivas, N Sebastián-Gallés
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 13 (3), 315-325, 2010
On the categorical nature of the semantic interference effect in the picture-word interference paradigm
A Costa, FX Alario, A Caramazza
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12 (1), 125-131, 2005
Language proficiency modulates the engagement of cognitive control areas in multilinguals
J Abutalebi, PA Della Rosa, G Ding, B Weekes, A Costa, DW Green
Cortex 49 (3), 905-911, 2013
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