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2010
Hernández, M., Costa A., Fuentes L. J., Vivas A. B., & Sebastián-Gallés N. (2010).  The impact of bilingualism on the executive control and orienting networks of attention. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. 13(03), 315–325.
Miozzo, M., Costa A., Hernández M., & Rapp B. (2010).  Lexical processing in the bilingual brain: Evidence from grammatical/morphological deficits. Aphasiology. 24(2), 262-287 .
Hernández, M., Costa A., Caño A., Juncadella M., & Gascón-Bayarri J. (2010).  On the translation routes in early and highly proficient bilingual people: Evidence from an individual with semantic impairment. Aphasiology. 24(2), 141–169.
Hernández, M., Costa A., & Humphreys G. W. (2010).  The size of an attentional window affects working memory guidance. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. 72(4), 963–972.
Strijkers, K., Runnqvist E., & Costa A. (2010).  The time-course of word access uncovered with event-related brain potentials during speech. Ciencia Cognitiva. 4(2), 47-50.
Caño, A., Hernández M., Costa A., Ivanova I., Juncadella M., Gascón-Bayarri J., et al. (2010).  When one can write SALTO as noun but not as verb : A grammatical Category-Specific, Modality-Specific Deficit. Brain and Language. 114, 1, 26–42.
2009
Costa, A., Strijkers K., Martin C. D., & Thierry G. (2009).  The time course of word retrieval revealed by event-related brain potentials during overt speech. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 106(50), 21442–6. Abstract
Navarrete, E., & Costa A. (2009).  The distractor picture paradox in speech production: evidence from the word translation task. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. 38(6), 527–547. Abstract
Sebastián-Gallés, N., Vera-Constán F., Larsson J. P., Costa A., & Deco G. (2009).  Lexical Plasticity in Early Bilinguals Does Not Alter Phoneme Categories: II. Experimental Evidence. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 21, 2343-2357.
Navarrete, E., & Costa A. (2009).  The naming of gender-marked pronouns supports interactivity in models of lexical access. Psicológica. 30, 301–321.
Costa, A., Hernández M., Costa-Faidella J., & Sebastián-Gallés N. (2009).  On the bilingual advantage in conflict processing: now you see it, now you don't. Cognition. 113(2), 135–149. Abstract
2008
Díaz, B., Baus C., Escera C., Costa A., & Sebastián-Gallés N. (2008).  Brain potentials to native phoneme discrimination reveal the origin of individual differences in learning the sounds of a second language. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105(42), 16083–16088. Abstract