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Publications

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Submitted
Foucart, A., Hayakawa S., Corey J. D., Barr D. J., Aparici M., Costa A., et al. (Submitted).  Changing languages changes moral choices: The role of outcomes. Cognition.
Branzi, F. M., Calabria M., & Costa A. (Submitted).  Cross linguistic/bilingual language production. Oxford Handbook of Psycholinguistics.
Cattaneo, G., Costa A., Gironell A., & Calabria M. (Submitted).  Deconstructing bilingual language control processes. Neuropsychologia.
Romero-Rivas, C., Thorley C., Skelton K. E., & Costa A. (Submitted).  Foreign-accented speech weakens semantic spreading activatioin: Evidence from a false memory paradigm. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology.
Frances, C., Costa A., & Baus C. (Submitted).  On the effects of regional accents on memory and credibility. Psychonomic Bulletin Review.
Timmer, K., Christoffels I. K., & Costa A. (Submitted).  On the flexibility of bilingual language control: The effect of language context.. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
Romero-Rivas, C., Pérez A., & Costa A. (Submitted).  When the acoustics affects the semantics: Strong accents hinder semantic priming. PLOS ONE.
In Press
Costa, A., Branzi F. M., & Ávila C. (In Press).  Bilingualism: Switching. Neurobiology of Language.
Branzi, F. M., Calabria M., Gade M., Fuentes L. J., & Costa A. (In Press).  On the bilingualism effect in task switching. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition..
Hayakawa, S., Tannenbaum D., Costa A., Corey J. D., & Boaz K. (In Press).  Thinking more or feeling less? Explaining the foreign language effect on moral judgment. Psychological Science.
2017
Calabria, M., Cattaneo G., Marne P., Hernández M., Juncadella M., Gascón-Bayarri J., et al. (2017).  Language deterioration in bilingual Alzheimer’s disease patients: a longitudinal study. Journal of Neurolinguistics. 43(A), 59-74.