Browsing by Author "Branzi, Francesca Martina, 1984-"

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  • Albantakis, Larissa; Branzi, Francesca Martina, 1984-; Costa, Albert, 1970-; Deco, Gustavo (Public Library of Science, 2012)
    The role of changes of mind and multiple choices has recently received increased attention in the study of perceptual/ndecision-making. Previously, these extensions to standard two-alternative tasks have been studied ...
  • Branzi, Francesca Martina, 1984-; Calabria, Marco; Gade, Miriam; Fuentes, Luis J.; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
    In one task-switching experiment, we compared bilinguals and monolinguals to explore the reliability of the bilingualism effect on the n-2 repetition cost. In a second taskswitching experiment, we tested another group of ...
  • Branzi, Francesca Martina, 1984-; Calabria, Marco; Boscarino, Maria Lucrezia; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Elsevier, 2016)
    We explored the overlap between bilingual language control (bLC) and domain-general executive control (EC) by focusing on inhibitory control processes. We tested 62 bilinguals in linguistic and non-linguistic switching ...
  • Branzi, Francesca Martina, 1984-; Calabria, Marco; Boscarino, Maria Lucrezia; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Elsevier, 2016)
    We explored the overlap between bilingual language control (bLC) and domain-general executive control (EC) by focusing on inhibitory control processes. We tested 62 bilinguals in linguistic and non-linguistic switching ...
  • Timmer, Kalinka; Calabria, Marco; Branzi, Francesca Martina, 1984-; Baus, Cristina; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Frontiers, 2018)
    Bilingual speakers are suggested to use control processes to avoid linguistic interference from the unintended language. It is debated whether these bilingual language control (BLC) processes are an instantiation of the ...
  • Calabria, Marco; Hernández Pardo, Mireia; Branzi, Francesca Martina, 1984-; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Frontiers, 2012)
    Previous research has shown that highly proficient bilinguals have comparable switch costs in both directions when they switch between languages (L1 and L2), the so-called "symmetrical switch cost" effect. Interestingly, ...
  • Branzi, Francesca Martina, 1984- (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, 2015-11-02)
    When bilinguals plan to speak even one word, lexicalization processes of the two languages becomes concurrently activated. Surprisingly, bilingual speech production is not dramatically affected. This observation raises the ...

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