Publicacións (289) Publicacións nas que participase algún/ha investigador/a


  1. Parsers and Grammars: A Tutorial Overview from the Linguistics Building

    Brain Sciences, Vol. 12, Núm. 12

  2. Maybe causal, but still cautious: Reply to “Cautious or causal? Key implicit sequence learning paradigms should not be overlooked when assessing the role of DLPFC (Commentary on Prutean et al.)”


  3. What a transparent Romance language with a Germanic gender-determiner mapping tells us about gender retrieval: Insights from European Portuguese

    Psicológica: Revista de metodología y psicología experimental, Vol. 43, Núm. 2, pp. 2

  4. The mechanisms underlying grammatical gender selection in language production: A meta-analysis of the gender congruency effect

    Cognition, Vol. 224

  5. So far but yet so near: Examining the buffering effect of perceived social support on the psychological impact of Spanish lockdown

    Journal of Community Psychology

  6. Proportion of conflict, contingency learning, and recency effects in a Stroop task

    Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Vol. 75, Núm. 8, pp. 1528-1540

  7. Learning Words While Listening to Syllables: Electrophysiological Correlates of Statistical Learning in Children and Adults

    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, Vol. 16

  8. Gaze Elicits Social and Nonsocial Attentional Orienting: An Interplay of Shared and Unique Conflict Processing Mechanisms

    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Vol. 48, Núm. 8, pp. 824-841

  9. Cognitive Control Modulates the Expression of Implicit Sequence Learning: Congruency Sequence and Oddball-Dependent Sequence Effects

    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, Vol. 48, Núm. 8, pp. 842-855


  1. El procesamiento de palabras emocionales en español como lengua materna o extranjera

    Factores cognitivos y afectivos en la enseñanza del español como LE-L2 (Thomson Reuters-Civitas), pp. 213-234

  2. Unraveling the Mystery About the Negative Valence Bias: Does Arousal Account for Processing Differences in Unpleasant Words?

    Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 12

  3. The causal role of DLPFC top-down control on the acquisition and the automatic expression of implicit learning: State of the art

    Cortex, Vol. 141, pp. 293-310

  4. Psycholinguistic and affective norms for 1,252 Spanish idiomatic expressions

    PLoS ONE, Vol. 16, Núm. 7 July

  5. Of Beavers and Tables: The Role of Animacy in the Processing of Grammatical Gender Within a Picture-Word Interference Task

    Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 12

  6. Negative valence effects on the processing of agreement dependencies are mediated by ERP individual differences in morphosyntactic processing

    Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, Vol. 36, Núm. 10, pp. 1215-1233

  7. Literacy effects on artificial grammar learning (AGL) with letters and colors: Evidence from preschool and primary school children

    Language and Cognition

  8. It Is Harder Than You Think: On the Boundary Conditions of Exploiting Congruency Cues

    Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning Memory and Cognition, Vol. 47, Núm. 10, pp. 1686-1704

  9. Emotionality effects in ambiguous word recognition: The crucial role of the affective congruence between distinct meanings of ambiguous words

    Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, Vol. 74, Núm. 7, pp. 1234-1243

  10. EmoPro – Emotional prototypicality for 1286 Spanish words: Relationships with affective and psycholinguistic variables

    Behavior Research Methods, Vol. 53, Núm. 5, pp. 1857-1875

  11. A Study on the Psychological Wound of COVID-19 in University Students

    Frontiers in Psychology, Vol. 12