Alicia Luque
Alicia Luque
Associate Professor, Nebrija University
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Influence of L2 English phonotactics in L1 Brazilian Portuguese illusory vowel perception
J Cabrelli, A Luque, I Finestrat-Martínez
Journal of Phonetics 73, 55-69, 2019
The relationship between cognitive control and second language proficiency
A Luque, K Morgan-Short
Journal of Neurolinguistics 57, 100956, 2021
Context, intersectionality, and resilience: Moving toward a more holistic study of bilingualism in cognitive science.
BG López, A Luque, B Piña-Watson
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 2021
Event-related potentials reveal evidence for syntactic co-activation in bilingual language processing
A Luque, N Mizyed, K Morgan-Short
Code-switching–Experimental Answers to Theoretical Questions: In honor of …, 2018
You Can’t Fix What Is Not Broken: Contextualizing the Imbalance of Perceptions About Heritage Language Bilingualism
F Bayram, M Kubota, A Luque, D Pascual y Cabo, J Rothman
Frontiers in Education 6, 628311, 2021
Exploring New Insights Into Explicit and Implicit Second Language Processing: Event‐Related Potentials Analyzed by Source Attribution
K Morgan‐Short, I Finestrat, A Luque, D Abugaber
Language Learning 72 (2), 365-411, 2022
Bidialectal exposure modulates neural signatures to conflicting grammatical properties: Norway as a natural laboratory
M Kubota, JG Alonso, M Andersen, IN Jensen, A Luque, ...
the 28th Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing Conference …, 2022
Predicting Second Language Proficiency with Resting-State Brain Rhythms.
V Ogunniyi, D Abugaber, I Finestrat, A Luque, K Morgan-Short
Columbia University, 2021
Neural Oscillations as Predictors of Variability in Second Language Proficiency.
V Ogunniyi, D Abugaber, I Finestrat, A Luque, K Morgan-Short
Columbia Undergraduate Science Journal 15, 2021
Examining measures of individual variability in ERP responses and expanding the evidence to the L2
I Finestrat, D Abugaber, A Luque, K Morgan-Short
Do first language neural processes for morphosyntax transfer to the second language? Using event-related potentials to expand the evidence of cross-linguistic influence
I Finestrat, D Abugaber, A Luque, K Morgan-Short
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