J. E. García-Albea
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Bilingual lexical processing: Exploring the cognate/non-cognate distinction
Rosa M. Sáchez-Casas, J. E. García-Albea, C. Davis
Psychology
1 December 1992
Abstract Three experiments examine whether the differential sensitivity to priming found for cognate and non-cognate translations in the masked primed lexical decision task is also apparent in other… Expand
215 Citations
11
Masked translation priming: Varying language experience and word type with Spanish–English bilinguals
C. Davis, R. Sánchez-Casas, J. E. García-Albea, M. Guasch, M. Molero, P. Ferré
Psychology
1 April 2010
Spanish–English bilingual lexical organization was investigated using masked cognate and non-cognate priming with the lexical decision task. In Experiment 1, three groups of bilinguals (Spanish… Expand
70 Citations
10
On the autonomy of phonological encoding: Evidence from slips of the tongue in Spanish
Susana Viso, J. Igoa, J. E. García-Albea
Psychology
1 May 1991
The present study focuses on the relationship between the processes of lexical retrieval and phonological encoding in sentence production. An analysis of spontaneous slips of the tongue in Spanish… Expand
91 Citations
10
The status of the syllable in the perception of spanish and englisb
D. Bradley, R. Sánchez-Casas, J. E. García-Albea
Computer Science
1 May 1993
TLDR
For English speakers, the consistent finding was for faster performance with CVC targets, regardless of the structure of the carrier word, whether or not this is to be interpreted as evidence of syllabified input representations is not clear. Expand
109 Citations
9
Voice-onset times for Castilian Spanish initial stops
B. Rosner, Luis E. López-Bascuas, J. E. García-Albea, R. Fahey
Art, Computer Science
J. Phonetics

1 April 2000
TLDR
Voice-onset times for stops in the same voicing category but not in different categories correlated across speakers; Spanish articulatory VOT values seem to vary with dialect, possibly influencing Spanish VOT perceptual boundaries. Expand
59 Citations
8
Identifying the Null Subject: Evidence from Event-Related Brain Potentials
J. Demestre, S. Meltzer, J. E. García-Albea, Andreu Vigil
Computer Science, Medicine
Journal of psycholinguistic research
1 May 1999
TLDR
Event-related brain potentials were recorded during spoken language comprehension to study the on-line effects of gender agreement violations in controlled infinitival complements and showed a complex biphasic ERP in the violating condition as compared to the non-violating conditions. Expand
45 Citations
6
Theory of mind and language comprehension in schizophrenia: Poor mindreading affects figurative language comprehension beyond intelligence deficits
J. M. Gavilán, J. E. García-Albea
PsychologyJournal of Neurolinguistics
31 January 2011
Abstract Patients suffering from schizophrenia have been found to be impaired in their pragmatic abilities in the comprehension of figurative language (e.g., metaphors, ironies, proverbs).… Expand
59 Citations
3
Translation performance of beginning, intermediate and proficient Spanish-Catalan bilinguals: Effects of form and semantic relations
M. Guasch, R. Sánchez-Casas, P. Ferré, J. E. García-Albea
Computer Science
2008
TLDR
The results reveal that form manipulation affects the performance of the three participant groups, whereas the influence of semantic relations depends on the participants’ level of proficiency. Expand
29 Citations
3
Movement errors and levels of processing in sentence production
J. E. García-Albea, Susana Viso, J. Igoa
Computer Science
1989
TLDR
Spanish provides a clear case to attest the role of syllabic structure in production processes, the constraints set by word boundaries in sublexical errors, and the contribution of inflectional suffixes to the assignment of grammatical category to the root morphemes. Expand
67 Citations
3
Perception of English Intonation by English, Spanish, and Chinese Listeners
E. Grabe, B. Rosner, J. E. García-Albea, Xiaolin Zhou
Psychology, MedicineLanguage and speech
1 December 2003
TLDR
The perception of similarities and differences among intonation contours calls upon universal auditory mechanisms whose output is molded by experience with one's native language. Expand
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