Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Sleep-dependent memory consolidation is related to perceived value of learned material. Journal of Sleep Research 26(3), 302-308.
  2. & “cause ur special”: Understanding trust and complimenting behaviour in online grooming discourse. Journal of Pragmatics 112
  3. & Understanding grooming discourse in computer-mediated environments. 12, 40-50.
  4. & Spelling-to-sound correspondences affect acronym recognition processes. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 68(5), 1026-1039.
  5. & Hemispheric asymmetries in word recognition as revealed by the orthographic uniqueness point effect. Frontiers in Psychology: Cognition 5(244)
  6. & Lextale-Esp: A test to rapidly and efficiently assess the Spanish vocabulary size. Psicologica 35
  7. & Imageability, age of acquisition, and frequency factors in acronym comprehension. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 66(6), 1131-1145.
  8. & Imageability, age of acquisition and frequency factors in acronym comprehension. 66
  9. & Are acronyms really irregular? Preserved acronym reading in a case of semantic dementia. Neuropsychologia 51(9), 1673-1683.
  10. & A normative study of acronyms and acronym naming. Behavior Research Methods
  11. & Age/order of acquisition effects and the cumulative learning of foreign words: A word training study. Journal of Memory and Language 64(1), 32-58.
  12. & Word association in L1 and L2: An exploratory study of response types, response times, and interlingual mediation. Studies in Second Language Acquisition 33(03), 373-398.
  13. & The cognitive aspects of lexical availability. The European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 18, 730-755.
  14. & Traces of vocabulary acquisition in the brain: Evidence from covert object naming. NeuroImage 33(3), 958
  15. & Category norms for 500 words in 5 categories. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, and Computers 13, 385-397.
  16. & Age of acquisition effects in translation judgement tasks. Journal of Memory and Language 50(2), 165
  17. & Lexical processing in Spanish patients with probable Alzheimer’s disease. Cognitive Brain Research 17(3), 549
  18. & Age of acquisition effects in word recognition and production in first and second languages. Psicologica 23, 245-281.
  19. & Aphasic naming in Spanish: predictors and errors. Brain and Language 82(3), 344