Conferences

2011

Is Language-switching an instance of domain-general task switching? Evidence from Event Related Potentials. Branzi F.M., FitzPatrick I., Abutalebi J. & Costa A (Poster)
Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain; 2011
Speech intention without speaking: electrophysiological correlates of lexical selection during typewriting. Baus, C., & Costa, A.(Poster)
Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain;2011
Representations Of Magnitudes and Inferences About Future Events in 12-Month-old Infants. Erno Teglás, Alexandra Ibáñez Lillo, Albert Costa & Luca Bonatti (Poster)
Montreal, Canada; 2011
Bilingual language control across the lifespan: Is it affected by Ageing? Hernández, M., Calabria, M., Marne, P. & Costa, A. (Poster)
Barcelona; Spain; 2011
Deterioration of the lexical representation in bilingual patients with dementia. Calabria, Hernàndez, Marne, Juncadella, Gascón-Bayarri , Reñé, Ugas, Cuevas, Lleó, Blesa & Costa (Poster)
Barcelona, Spain; 2011

2010

Picture naming performance in early highly-proficient bilinguals. Jasmin Sadat, Clara D. Martin, F.-Xavier Alario, Albert Costa
Edinburgh, UK; 2010
The intention of speech: Proactive top-down signals drive word retrieval in object naming. Strijkers K., Holcomb P., & Costa A.
Edimburgh, UK; 2010
Context matters: contrasting effects of semantic relatedness in bare naming and full sentence production. Runnqvist E., Kleinman D., Costa A., & Ferreira V.
Edimburgh, UK; 2010
The time course of lexical access in speech production. Martin C., Strijkers K., Thierry G., Costa A.
Edimburgh, UK; 2010
Bilingual language control across the lifespan: Is it affected by ageing? Costa A., Hernández M., Marne P., & Pina V.
Edimburgh, UK; 2010
Temporal ERP evidence for an early dissociation between semantic and lexical representations in function of task demands (Graduate Student Presents Award of the CNS). Strijkers K., Holcomb P. & Costa A.
Montreal, Canada; 2010
Tracking the Cognitive Processes Involved Speech Production (Invited speaker). Costa, A.
Barcelona, Spain; 2010
ERP Evidence for an Early Dissociation Between Meaning and Words in Function of Speech Intention. Strijkers K., Holcomb P., & Costa A.
Barcelona, Spain; 2010
Is Language Switching an istance of Task-Switching? Behavioral evidence suggests that distinct mechanisms might be involved. Branzi F.M., FitzPatrick I., Della Rosa P. A., Abutalebi J. & Costa A. (Poster).
Castellón, Spain; 2010
Walking low level perception through the embodiment continuum. Rodriguez S., Costa A. & Vigliocco G. (Oral presentation).
Granada, Spain; 2010
Emotion words have a processing advantage over neutral words in both first and second language. Rodriguez S., Costa A. & Vigliocco G. (Poster)
Granada, Spain; 2010
The effect of Parietal lesions in response to Salient Singletons. Hernández M., Costa A., & Humphreys GW.
Granada, Spain; 2010
The intention of speech: An early dissociation in electric brain activity between semantics and words. Costa A., Strijkers K., & Holcomb P.
Granada, Spain; 2010
Bilingual advantage on executive control in absence of conflicting information. (Oral presentation). Hernández M., Costa A, & Humphreys GW.
Granada, Spain; 2010
Highly proficient bilinguals reconfigure semantic expectations faster than monolinguals during sentence reading. (Oral presentation). Martin C., Thierry G., Kuipers J, Costa A.
Granada, Spain; 2010