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2015
Calabria, M., Branzi F. M., Marne P., Hernández M., & Costa A. (2015).  Age-related effects over bilingual language control and executive control. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. 18(65), 65-78.
Ivaz, L., Costa A., & Duñabeitia J. A. (2015).  The Emotional Impact of Being Myself: Emotions and Foreign-Language Processing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.
Foucart, A., Ruiz-Tada E., & Costa A. (2015).  How do you know I was about to say “book”? Anticipation processes affect speech processing and lexical recognition.. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 30(6), 768-780.
Baus, C., Branzi F. M., & Costa A. (2015).  On the mechanism and scope of language control in bilingual speech production. The Cambridge Handbook of bilingual processing.
Cattaneo, G., Calabria M., Marne P., Gironell A., Abutalebi J., & Costa A. (2015).  The role of executive control in bilingual language production: a study with parkinson's disease patients.. Neuropsychologia. 66, 99-110.
2014
Baus, C., Sebanz N., de la Fuente V., Branzi F. M., Martin C. D., & Costa A. (2014).  On predicting others’ words: Electrophysiological evidence of prediction in speech production. Cognition. 133(2), 395-407.
Burfin, S., Pascalis O., Ruiz-Tada E., Costa A., Savariaux C., & Kandel S. (2014).  Bilingualism affects audiovisual phoneme identification. Frontiers in Psychology. 5(1179), 1-9.
Foucart, A., Martin C. D., Moreno E., & Costa A. (2014).  Can bilinguals see it coming? Word anticipation in L2 sentence reading. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition.
Costa, A., & Sebastián-Gallés N. (2014).  How does the bilingual experience sculpt the brain?. Nature Reviews Neuroscience. 15, 336–345.
Goldrick, M., Runnqvist E., & Costa A. (2014).  Language Switching Makes Pronunciation Less Nativelike. Psychological Science. 25(4), 1031-1036.
Costa, A., Foucart A., Hayakawa S., Aparici M., Apesteguia J., Heafner J., et al. (2014).  Your morals depend on language. PLoS One. 9(4), 1-7.
Martin, C. D., Garcia X., Breton A., Thierry G., & Costa A. (2014).  From literal meaning to veracity in two hundred milliseconds. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8(40),