Angels Colome

Psychology University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Cataluña, Spain 
"Angels Colome"
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Colomé À, Núñez-Peña MI, González-Gómez B. (2022) Proactive control of attention in math-anxious individuals. Psychological Research
Núñez-Peña MI, González-Gómez B, Colomé À. (2019) Spatial processing in a mental rotation task: Differences between high and low math-anxiety individuals. Biological Psychology. 146: 107727
Núñez-Peña MI, Colomé À, Aguilar-Lleyda D. (2018) Number line estimation in highly math-anxious individuals. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953)
Tubau E, Rodríguez-Ferreiro J, Barberia I, et al. (2018) From reading numbers to seeing ratios: a benefit of icons for risk comprehension. Psychological Research
Colomé À. (2018) Representation of numerical magnitude in math-anxious individuals. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021817752094
Suárez-Pellicioni M, Núñez-Peña MI, Colomé À. (2015) Attentional bias in high math-anxious individuals: evidence from an emotional Stroop task. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 1577
Suárez-Pellicioni M, Núñez-Peña MI, Colomé À. (2014) Reactive recruitment of attentional control in math anxiety: an ERP study of numeric conflict monitoring and adaptation. Plos One. 9: e99579
Suárez-Pellicioni M, Núñez-Peña M, Colomé A. (2014) Individual differences in error monitoring in high math-anxious individuals Personality and Individual Differences. 60: S59
COSTA A, COLOMÉ À, GÓMEZ O, et al. (2003) Another look at cross-language competition in bilingual speech production: Lexical and phonological factors Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. 6: 167-179
Costa A, Sebastian-Galles N, Pallier C, et al. (2001) El desarrollo temporal de la codificación fonológica: ¿Un procesamiento estrictamente serial?

The time course of segment-to-frame association in phonological encoding: A strictly serial processing? Cognitiva. 13: 3-34
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