Albert Costa

University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain 
language, bilingualism
"Albert Costa"
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Hernández M, Ventura-Campos N, Costa A, et al. (2019) Brain networks involved in accented speech processing. Brain and Language. 194: 12-22
Runnqvist E, Strijkers K, Costa A. (2019) Error-based learning and lexical competition in word production: Evidence from multilingual naming. Plos One. 14: e0213765
Costa A, Pannunzi M, Deco G, et al. (2019) Does Bilingualism Alter Lexical Structure? Response to Oppenheim, Wu, and Thierry (2018). Cognitive Science. 43: e12707
Timmer K, Calabria M, Branzi FM, et al. (2018) On the Reliability of Switching Costs Across Time and Domains. Frontiers in Psychology. 9: 1032
Cruzat J, Deco G, Campo AT, et al. (2018) The dynamics of human cognition: Increasing global integration coupled with decreasing segregation found using iEEG. Neuroimage
Costa A, Pannunzi M, Deco G, et al. (2018) Corrigendum for: Do bilinguals automatically activate their native language when they are not using it? Cognitive Science. 42: 365
Mahon BZ, Costa A. (2017) Theoretical and methodological issues for twenty-first century cognitive neuropsychology. Cognitive Neuropsychology. 34: 395-396
Ivanova I, Branigan HP, McLean JF, et al. (2017) Do you what I say? People reconstruct the syntax of anomalous utterances. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 32: 175-189
Strijkers K, Costa A, Pulvermüller F. (2017) The cortical dynamics of speaking: Lexical and phonological knowledge simultaneously recruit the frontal and temporal cortex within 200 ms. Neuroimage
Costa A, Pannunzi M, Deco G, et al. (2016) Do Bilinguals Automatically Activate Their Native Language When They Are Not Using It? Cognitive Science
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