Conferences

2015

The role of accent in the organization of the mental lexicon. Romero Rivas, C., and Costa, A. (Oral Communication)
Paphos, Cyprus
How Using a Foreign Language Influences Moral, Risk, and Health Choices. Corey, J.D. and Costa, A.(Oral Communication).
New York, USA
Those who know nothing of foreign languages, know nothing of their own (Plenary speaker). Albert Costa
Leiden University, The Netherlands
Those who know nothing of foreign languages, know nothing of their own.Costa, A. (Oral communication)
University of Leeds, United Kingdom
Making causal inferences in L2 sentence comprehension: An ERP study. Foucart, A., Romero Rivas, C., Gort, L., & Costa, A. (Poster).
Chicago, USA

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Lexically-driven perceptual learning of foreign-accented speech: An ERP investigation. Romero-Rivas, C., Martin, C. D., and Costa, A. (Oral communication)
Valencia, Spain
Who did what to whom? The effects of implicit verb causality and directionality on prediction. Romero-Rivas, C., Garcia, X., and Costa, A. (Poster)
Valencia, Spain
Anticipation processes in L2 speech comprehension: Evidence from ERPs and lexical recognition task. Foucart, A., Ruiz-Tada, E. and Costa, A. (Oral communication)
Valencia, Spain

2014

Those who know nothing of foreign languages, know nothing of their own. Albert Costa (Plenary speaker)
University of York, United Kingdom
Due lingue in un cervello in conflitto (Two languages in a conflicting brain). Calabria, M. (Invited talk)
Bolzano, Italy
On the effects of predicting others' words. Cristina Baus & Albert Costa (Poster)
Geneva, Switzerland; 2014
Poster: The role of executive control in bilingual language production: a study with Parkinson's disease patients
Geneva, Switzerland

Cattaneo, G., Calabria, M., Marne, P., Gironell, A., Abutalebi, J. & Costa, A.

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Efectos de la televisión en alta definición sobre la atención y la selección de contenidos por los espectadores: Una aproximación experimental. Barreda Ángeles, M., Ferrándiz Bofill, X., & Costa Martínez, A
Bilbao, Spain
Killing the Fat Man or el Hombre Gordo: Why Are People More Utilitarian in a Foreign Language? Corey, J., Keysar, B., Hayakawa, S., Foucart, A. & Costa, A. (Oral communication)
Long Beach, USA; 2014
The role of executive control in bilingual language production: a study with Parkinson's disease patients. Calabria, M. (oral communication)
Hong Kong, China; 2014
On-line adaptation in spoken sentence comprehension: processing foreign-accented speech. Romero Rivas, C., Martin, C.D. Costa, A. (Poster)
Murcia, Spain; 2014
Cambios estructurales en el cerebro debido al aprendizaje de nuevo vocabulario. Avila, C., Palomar, M.A., Bueichekú, E., Ventura, N., Costa, A. & Sanjuan, A. (oral communication)
Murcia, Spain; 2014
Is semantic memory organization shaped by the speaker’s accent? Converging evidences from speech comprehension and the DRM false memory paradigm studies. Romero Rivas, C., Martin, C.D. Costa, A. (Poster)
Murcia, Spain; 2014

2013

On the foreign-language effect in decision making. Costa, A., Foucart, A., & Apesteguia, J. (Oral Communication)
Tenerife, Canary Island, Spain; 2013
Phoneme specific activation in the motor cortex and the superior temporal gyrus is triggered within 200 ms during overt object naming. Strijkers, K., Pulvermuller, F., & Costa, A. (Oral Communication)
Tenerife, Canary Island, Spain; 2013