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A disadvantage in bilingual sentence production modulated by syntactic frequency and similarity across languages. Cognition. 129(2), 256–263.(2013).
Bilinguals reading in their second language do not predict upcoming words as native readers do. Journal of Memory and Language. 69(4), 571-588.(2013).
On the effects of second language immersion on first language production. Acta Psychologica. 142(3), 402-409.(2013).
Language proficiency modulates the engagement of cognitive control areas in multilinguals. Cortex. 49(3), 905-911.(2013).
Bilingualism beyond language: On the impact of bilingualism on executive control. Cambridge Handbook of Biolinguistics (Boeck, x., Grohmann, K., eds.).(2013).
The impact of early bilingualism on controlling a language learned late: An ERP study. Frontiers in Psychology. 4,(2013).
On the effects of second language immersion on first language production.. Acta Psychologica. 142(3), 402-409.(2013).
The poor helping the rich: how can incomplete representations monitor complete ones?. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 36(4), 374-375.(2013).
The role of the left putamen in multilingual language production. Brain and Language. 125(3), 307–315.(2013).
The temporal dynamics of first versus second language production. Brain and Language. 127(1), 6-11.(2013).
When does word frequency influence written production?. Frontiers in Psychology. 4(963),(2013).