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Calabria, M., Hernández M., Branzi F. M., & Costa A. (2012).  Qualitative differences between bilingual language control and executive control: evidence from task-switching. Frontiers in Psychology. 2(399), 
Costa, A., Runnqvist E., & Strijkers K. (2012).  Spoken word production in second language acquisition. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics.
Martin, C. D., Barceló F., Hernández M., & Costa A. (2011).  The time course of the asymmetrical "local" switch cost: Evidence from event-related potentials. Biological Psychology. 86(3), 210-218. Abstract
Abutalebi, J., Della Rosa P. A., Green D. W., Hernández M., Scifo P., Keim R., et al. (2011).  Bilingualism tunes the anterior cingulate cortex for conflict monitoring. Cerebral Cortex. 22(9), 2076-86.
Strijkers, K., Holcomb P. J., & Costa A. (2011).  Conscious intention to speak proactively facilitates lexical access during overt object naming. Journal of Memory and Language. 65(4), 345-362.
Willms, J. L., Saphiro K. A., Peelen M. V., Pajtas P. E., Costa A., Moo L. R., et al. (2011).  Language-invariant verb processing regions in Spanish-English bilinguals. Neuroimage. 57(1), 251-261.
Garbin, G., Costa A., Sanjuan A., Forn C., Rodríguez-Pujadas A., Ventura N., et al. (2011).  Neural bases of language switching in high and early proficient bilinguals. Brain and Language. 119, 129-135.
Runnqvist, E., Strijkers K., Sadat J., & Costa A. (2011).  On the temporal and functional origin of L2 disadvantages in speech production: A critical review. Frontiers in Psychology. 2(379),  Abstract
Strijkers, K., & Costa A. (2011).  Riding the lexical speedway: a critical review on the time course of lexical access in speech production. Frontiers in Psychology. 2(356), 
Calabria, M., Hernández M., Martin C. D., & Costa A. (2011).  When the tail counts: the advantage of bilingualism through the ex-Gaussian distribution analysis. Frontiers in Psychology. 2(250), 
Garbin, G., Sanjuan A., Forn C., Bustamante J. C., Rodríguez-Pujadas A., Belloch V., et al. (2010).  Bridging language and attention: Brain basis of the impact of bilingualism on cognitive control. NeuroImage. 53(4), 1272–1278. Abstract
Strijkers, K., Costa A., & Thierry G. (2010).  Tracking lexical access in speech production: electrophysiological correlates of word frequency and cognate effects. Cerebral Cortex. 20(4), 912–928. Abstract