Mariana Vega-Mendoza
Mariana Vega-Mendoza
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The impact of late, non-balanced bilingualism on cognitive performance
M Vega-Mendoza, H West, A Sorace, TH Bak
Cognition 137, 40-46, 2015
Never too late? An advantage on tests of auditory attention extends to late bilinguals
TH Bak, M Vega-Mendoza, A Sorace
Frontiers in psychology 5, 485, 2014
Novelty, challenge, and practice: the impact of intensive language learning on attentional functions
TH Bak, MR Long, M Vega-Mendoza, A Sorace
PloS one 11 (4), e0153485, 2016
Tense marking and spontaneous speech measures in Spanish specific language impairment: A discriminant function analysis
J Grinstead, A Baron, M Vega-Mendoza, J De la Mora, M Cantú-Sánchez, ...
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 56 (1), 352-363, 2013
An elicited production test of the optional infinitive stage in child Spanish
J Grinstead, J De la Mora, M Vega-Mendoza, B Flores
Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Generative Approaches to Language …, 2009
Integrated training for aphasia: An application of part–whole learning to treat lexical retrieval, sentence production, and discourse-level communications in three cases of …
L Milman, M Vega-Mendoza, D Clendenen
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 23 (2), 105-119, 2014
Evidence of optional infinitive verbs in the spontaneous speech of Spanish-speaking children with SLI
J Grinstead, P Lintz, M Vega-Mendoza, J De la Mora, M Cantú-Sánchez, ...
Lingua 140, 52-66, 2014
Production and integrated training of adjectives in three individuals with nonfluent aphasia
L Milman, D Clendenen, M Vega-Mendoza
Aphasiology 28 (10), 1198-1222, 2014
Cognitive effects of Gaelic medium education on primary school children in Scotland
R Cape, M Vega-Mendoza, TH Bak, A Sorace
International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 1-20, 2018
Social and linguistic cues facilitate children’s register comprehension
L Wagner, M Vega-Mendoza, S Van Horn
First Language 34 (4), 299-314, 2014
Understudied factors contributing to variability in cognitive performance related to language learning
MR Long, M Vega-Mendoza, H Rohde, A Sorace, TH Bak
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23 (4), 801-811, 2020
Dementia and Multilingualism
M Vega‐Mendoza, S Alladi, TH Bak
The Handbook of the Neuroscience of Multilingualism, 608-624, 2019
Concurrent use of animacy and event-knowledge during comprehension: Evidence from event-related potentials
M Vega-Mendoza, MJ Pickering, MS Nieuwland
Neuropsychologia 152, 107724, 2021
Subject–verb inversion and verb finiteness are independent in Spanish
J Grinstead, M Vega-Mendoza, G Goodall
Hispanic Linguistics Symposium, Bloomington, IN, 2010
Null Subject Occurrence in Monolingual Spanish SLI: A Discriminant Function Analysis
J Grinstead, P Lintz, A Pratt, M Vega-Mendoza, J De la Mora, ...
Languages 3 (2), 17, 2018
Reporting in Experimental Philosophy: Current Standards and Recommendations for Future Practice
A Polonioli, M Vega-Mendoza, B Blankinship, D Carmel
Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-25, 2018
Inversion and finiteness in Spanish and English: Developmental evidence from the optional infinitive and optional inversion stages
J Grinstead, M Vega-Mendoza, G Goodall
Language 94 (3), 575-610, 2018
Integrated therapy for Aphasia: Treating multiple levels of language processing concurrently
L Milman, M Vega-Mendoza
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 6, 221-222, 2010
Testing the Foreign Language Effect on Cognitive Reflection in Older Adults
M Vega-Mendoza, P Hansson, DE Sörman, JK Ljungberg
Brain Sciences 11 (11), 1527, 2021
Occupational cognitive complexity and episodic memory in old age
DE Sörman, A Stenling, A Sundström, M Rönnlund, M Vega-Mendoza, ...
Intelligence 89, 101598, 2021
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