Posters

Do bilinguals get less distracted? Results from an auditory-visual Oddball task

Presented at XIV International Symposium of Psycholinguistics (Tarragona, April 10th – 13th, 2019) Authors Daniel Adrover-Roig *, Raúl López-Penadés, Victor Sanchez-Azanza , Lucía Buil-Legaz , Fabrice Parmentier & Eva Aguilar Mediavilla Corresponding author daniel.adrover@uib.es Abstract Forty-eight monolingual and 60 bilingual young adults performed an auditory-visual oddball task in which they categorized digits as odd or even … Continue reading "Do bilinguals get less distracted? Results from an auditory-visual Oddball task"
Posted on

Characteristics and behavioral difficulties in preadolescents with a history of Specific Language Impairment

  Presented at International Congress of Clinical and Health Psychology on Children and Adolescents (AITANA)     Authors Aguilar-Mediavilla, E., Valera-Pozo, M., Buil-Legaz, L. Contact with the main author eva.aguilar@uib.es Abstract People with specific language disorder (SLI) have a history of problems regarding language acquisition without the presence of those variables that tend to explain this issue such as, … Continue reading "Characteristics and behavioral difficulties in preadolescents with a history of Specific Language Impairment"
Posted on

A latent variable approach to the interplay between natural language switching and executive control processes

Presented at Sepex–Sepneca–Aipexperimental Joint Conference (Madrid, 2018)       Authors Sanchez-Azanza, Victor A.; López-Penadés, Raúl; Adrover Roig, Daniel Corresponding author v.sanchez@uib.es Abstract Language switching (LS) is a common behavior in bilinguals that requires the management of two competing languages by selecting one of them and inhibiting the other, a process involved in language control (LC). … Continue reading "A latent variable approach to the interplay between natural language switching and executive control processes"
Posted on