Browsing by Author "Foucart, Alice"

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  • Foucart, Alice; Ruiz Tada, Elisa; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
    The present study investigated anticipation processes in L2 speech comprehension. French–Spanish late bilinguals were presented with high-constrained Spanish sentences. ERPs were time-locked on the article preceding the ...
  • Foucart, Alice; Romero Rivas, Carlos, 1986-; Gort, Bernharda Lottie; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Elsevier, 2016)
    Using ERPs, we tested whether L2 speakers can integrate multiple sources of information (e.g., semantic, pragmatic information) during discourse comprehension. We presented native speakers and L2 speakers with three-sentence ...
  • Foucart, Alice; García, Xavier, 1967-; Ayguasanosa, Meritxell; Thierry, Guillaume; Martin, Clara D.; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Elsevier, 2015)
    The present study investigated how pragmatic information is integrated during L2 sentence comprehension. We put forward that the differences often observed between L1 and L2 sentence processing may reflect differences on ...
  • Foucart, Alice; Ruiz Tada, Elisa; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2015)
    Most event-related brain potential (ERP) studies that showed the role of anticipation processes during sentence processing focused on reading. However, in everyday conversation speech unfolds at higher speed; the present ...
  • Foucart, Alice; Moreno Montes, Eva María; Martin, Clara D.; Costa, Albert, 1970- (Elsevier, 2015)
    This study reports an event-related potential (ERP) experiment examining whether valuation (i.e., one's own values) is integrated incrementally and whether it affects L2 speakers' online interpretation of the sentence. We ...
  • Corey, Joanna Darrow, 1986-; Hayakawa, Sayuri; Foucart, Alice; Aparici Aznar, Melina; Botella, Juan; Costa, Albert, 1970-; Keysar, Boaz (American Psychological Association (APA), 2017)
    Though moral intuitions and choices seem fundamental to our core being, there is surprising new evidence that people resolve moral dilemmas differently when they consider them in a foreign language (Cipolletti et al., 2016; ...
  • Costa, Albert, 1970-; Foucart, Alice; Hayakawa, Sayuri; Aparici Aznar, Melina; Apesteguia, Jose; Heafner, Joy; Keysar, Boaz (Public Library of Science, 2014)
    Should you sacrifice one man to save five? Whatever your answer, it should not depend on whether you were asked the/nquestion in your native language or a foreign tongue so long as you understood the problem. And yet here ...