Jon Andoni Duñabeitia
Jon Andoni Duñabeitia
Universidad Nebrija
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The inhibitory advantage in bilingual children revisited
JA Duñabeitia, JA Hernández, E Antón, P Macizo, A Estévez, LJ Fuentes, ...
Experimental psychology, 2014
Is there a bilingual advantage in the ANT task? Evidence from children
E Antón, JA Duñabeitia, A Estévez, JA Hernández, A Castillo, LJ Fuentes, ...
Frontiers in psychology 5, 398, 2014
Smart phone, smart science: how the use of smartphones can revolutionize research in cognitive science
S Dufau, JA Duñabeitia, C Moret-Tatay, A McGonigal, D Peeters, ...
PloS one 6 (9), e24974, 2011
Do transposed-letter similarity effects occur at a morpheme level? Evidence for morpho-orthographic decomposition
JA Duñabeitia, M Perea, M Carreiras
Cognition 105 (3), 691-703, 2007
Masked translation priming effects with highly proficient simultaneous bilinguals
JA Duñabeitia, M Perea, M Carreiras
Experimental psychology, 2009
Fast morphological effects in first and second language word recognition
K Diependaele, JA Duñabeitia, J Morris, E Keuleers
Journal of Memory and Language 64 (4), 344-358, 2011
Masked associative/semantic priming effects across languages with highly proficient bilinguals
M Perea, JA Dunabeitia, M Carreiras
Journal of Memory and Language 58 (4), 916-930, 2008
Subject relative clauses are not universally easier to process: Evidence from Basque
M Carreiras, JA Duñabeitia, M Vergara, I De La Cruz-Pavía, I Laka
Cognition 115 (1), 79-92, 2010
Qualitative differences in the representation of abstract versus concrete words: Evidence from the visual-world paradigm
JA Duñabeitia, A Avilés, O Afonso, C Scheepers, M Carreiras
Cognition 110 (2), 284-292, 2009
Consonants and vowels contribute differently to visual word recognition: ERPs of relative position priming
M Carreiras, JA Duñabeitia, N Molinaro
Cerebral Cortex 19 (11), 2659-2670, 2009
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M Perea, JA Duñabeitia, M Carreiras
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 34 (1), 237, 2008
The neuroanatomy of bilingualism: how to turn a hazy view into the full picture
L García-Pentón, Y Fernandez Garcia, B Costello, JA Duñabeitia, ...
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 31 (3), 303-327, 2016
Masked translation priming effects with low proficient bilinguals
M Dimitropoulou, JA Duñabeitia, M Carreiras
Memory & cognition 39 (2), 260-275, 2011
The role of the frequency of constituents in compound words: Evidence from Basque and Spanish
JA Duñabeitia, M Perea, M Carreiras
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14 (6), 1171-1176, 2007
Universal brain signature of proficient reading: Evidence from four contrasting languages
JG Rueckl, PM Paz-Alonso, PJ Molfese, WJ Kuo, A Bick, SJ Frost, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (50), 15510-15515, 2015
Does darkness lead to happiness? Masked suffix priming effects
J Andoni Dunabeitia, M Perea, M Carreiras
Language and Cognitive Processes 23 (7-8), 1002-1020, 2008
NoA’s ark: Influence of the number of associates in visual word recognition
JA Duñabeitia, A Avilés, M Carreiras
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15 (6), 1072-1077, 2008
Two words, one meaning: Evidence of automatic co-activation of translation equivalents
M Dimitropoulou, JA Duñabeitia, M Carreiras
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 188, 2011
Is morpho-orthographic decomposition purely orthographic? Evidence from masked priming in the same–different task
JA Duñabeitia, S Kinoshita, M Carreiras, D Norris
Language and Cognitive Processes 26 (4-6), 509-529, 2011
Is Milkman a superhero like Batman? Constituent morphological priming in compound words
JA Duñabeitia, I Laka, M Perea, M Carreiras
European Journal of Cognitive Psychology 21 (4), 615-640, 2009
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