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    • That-clauses in noun phrase structure 

      Acuña Fariña, Juan Carlos (Universidad de Zaragoza. Departamento de Filología Inglesa y Alemana, 1995)
      The aim of this paper is to discuss aspects of the grammar of non-relative that-clauses following head nouns.1 Specifically, two aspects will be dis-cussed here. The first has to do with the different types of expansions ...
    • The causal role of DLPFC top-down control on the acquisition and the automatic expression of implicit learning: State of the art 

      Prutean, Nicoleta; Martín Arévalo, Elisa; Leiva, Alicia; Jiménez García, Luis Miguel; Vallesi, Antonino; Lupiáñez, Juan (Elsevier, 2021)
      Implicit learning refers to the incidental acquisition and expression of knowledge that is not accompanied by full awareness of its contents. Implicit sequence learning (ISL) represents one of the most useful paradigms to ...
    • The role of emotionality in the acquisition of new concrete and abstract words 

      Ferré, Pilar; Ventura, David; Comesaña Vila, Montserrat; Fraga Carou, Isabel (Frontiers, 2015-07-09)
      A processing advantage for emotional words relative to neutral words has been widely demonstrated in the monolingual domain (e.g., Kuperman et al., 2014). It is also well-known that, in bilingual speakers who have a certain ...
    • The role of experience in syntactic processing: a critical view from the linguistics building 

      Acuña Fariña, Juan Carlos (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 2003)
      Linguists with an interest in psycholinguistic research on the processing of language often feel concerned that psycholinguistic experiments truly reflect important aspects of the nature of language and not artefactual ...
    • Unraveling the mystery about the negative valence bias: does arousal account for processing differences in unpleasant words? 

      Vieitez Portas, Lucía; Haro Rodríguez, Juan; Ferré Romeu, María del Pilar; Padrón Rodríguez, Isabel; Fraga Carou, Isabel (MDPI, 2021)
      Many studies have found that the emotional content of words affects visual word recognition. However, most of them have only considered affective valence, finding inconsistencies regarding the direction of the effects, ...
    • Variabilidad cardiaca en tareas de búsqueda de memoria 

      Valle-Inclán Alsina, Fernando del; Lamas González, Juan Ramón; Pásaro, Eduardo; Redondo Lago, Jaime Mauro; Alcalde, José; Rodríguez, Elisardo (Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos del Principado de Asturias, 1993)
      Se comparan estimaciones de variabilidad cardíaca en los dominios del tiempo y frecuencia durante períodos de descanso y en una tarea de búsqueda de memoria con dos niveles de dificultad. Los resultados indican que todas ...

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