Iva Ivanova

Gabriele Cattaneo
Office University of California, San Diego


Ivanova I, Branigan HP, McLean JF, Costa A, Pickering MJ. Do you what I say? People reconstruct the syntax of anomalous utterances. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 2017;32(2):175-89.
Costa A, Ivanova I, Baus C, Sebastián-Gallés N. Lexical Access in Spanish as a First and Second Language. In: The Handbook of Spanish Linguistics. José Ignacio Hualde, Antxon Olarrea & Erin O’Rourke ed. Wiley- Blackwell ; 2012. p. 847-64.
Ivanova I, Pickering MJ, McLean JF, Costa A, Branigan HP. How do people produce ungrammatical utterances? Journal of Memory and Language. 2012;67(3):355-70.
Ivanova I, Pickering MJ, Branigan HP, McLean JF, Costa A. The comprehension of anomalous sentences: Evidence from structural priming. Cognition. 2012;122(2):193-209.
Caño A, Hernández M, Costa A, Ivanova I, Juncadella M, Gascón-Bayarri J, et al. When one can write SALTO as noun but not as verb : A grammatical Category-Specific, Modality-Specific Deficit. Brain and Language. 2010;114, 1:26-42.
Ivanova I, Costa A. Does bilingualism hamper lexical access in speech production? Acta psychologica. 2008;127:277-88. Abstract
Costa A, Santesteban M, Ivanova I. How do highly proficient bilinguals control their lexicalization process? Inhibitory and language-specific selection mechanisms are both functional. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 2006;32(5):1057-74. Abstract