publications

Publications

In Press

Armstrong, B.C., Dumay, N., Kim, W., & Pitt, M.A. ( In Press )
Generalization from newly learned words reveals structural properties of the human reading system.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.

Baart, M., Armstrong, B.C., Martin, C.D., Frost, R., & Carreiras, M. ( In Press )
Cross-modal noise compensation in audiovisual words.
Scientific Reports.

Branzi, F.M., Calabria, M., Gade, M., Fuentes, L.J., & Costa, A. ( In Press )
On the bilingualism effect in task switching.
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.

Caballero-Gaudes, C. & Reynolds, R.C. ( In Press )
Methods for cleaning the BOLD fMRI signal.
Neuroimage. Doi: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.12.018

Caffarra, S., Barber, H., Molinaro, N., & Carreiras, M. ( In Press )
When the end matters: influence of gender cues during agreement computation in bilinguals.
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience.

Caffarra, S., Martin, C.D., Lizarazu, M., Lallier, M., Zarraga, A., Molinaro, N. & Carreiras, M. ( In Press )
Word and object recognition during reading acquisition: MEG evidence.
Developlemental Cognitive Neuroscience.

Campanella, S., Absil, J., Sinde, C. C., Schroder, E., Peigneux, P., Bourguignon, M., Petieau, M., Metens, T., Nouali, M., Goldman, S., Cheron, G., Verbanck, P., & De Tiège, X. ( In Press )
Neural correlates of correct and failed response inhibition in heavy versus light social drinkers: an fMRI study during a go/no-go task by healthy participants.
Brain Imaging and Behavior. Doi:10.1007/s11682-016-9654-y

Canal, P., Pesciarelli, F., Vespignani, F., Molinaro, N., & Cacciari, C. ( In Press )
Basic composition and enriched integration in idiom processing: an EEG study.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.

Frost, R. ( In Press )
Cross-linguistic perspectives on letter-order processing- Empirical findings and theoretical considerations.
In A. Pollatsek, & R. Treiman (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Reading. Oxford University Press.

Geizen, M., Costello, B., & Carreiras, M ( In Press )
Why space is not one-dimensional: Location may be categorical and imagistic.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences.