Iva Ivanova
Iva Ivanova
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Texas at El Paso
Verified email at utep.edu
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How do highly proficient bilinguals control their lexicalization process? Inhibitory and language-specific selection mechanisms are both functional.
A Costa, M Santesteban, I Ivanova
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 32 (5), 1057, 2006
4882006
Does bilingualism hamper lexical access in speech production?
I Ivanova, A Costa
Acta psychologica 127 (2), 277-288, 2008
4472008
The comprehension of anomalous sentences: Evidence from structural priming
I Ivanova, MJ Pickering, HP Branigan, JF McLean, A Costa
Cognition 122 (2), 193-209, 2012
682012
The multilingual naming test in Alzheimer's disease: clues to the origin of naming impairments
I Ivanova, DP Salmon, TH Gollan
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 19 (3), 272-283, 2013
632013
How do people produce ungrammatical utterances?
I Ivanova, MJ Pickering, JF McLean, A Costa, HP Branigan
Journal of Memory and Language 67 (3), 355-370, 2012
482012
Do you what I say? People reconstruct the syntax of anomalous utterances
I Ivanova, HP Branigan, JF McLean, A Costa, MJ Pickering
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (2), 175-189, 2017
422017
The (un) automaticity of syntactic processing in language production
I Ivanova, L Wardlow, TH Gollan, V Ferreira
Twenty-sixth Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, Columbia …, 2013
332013
Which language declines more? Longitudinal versus cross-sectional decline of picture naming in bilinguals with Alzheimer’s disease
I Ivanova, DP Salmon, TH Gollan
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 20 (5), 534, 2014
192014
The cognitive mechanisms underlying perspective taking between conversational partners: Evidence from speakers with Alzheimer׳ s disease
L Wardlow, I Ivanova, TH Gollan
Neuropsychologia 56, 184-195, 2014
162014
Does bilingual language control decline in older age?
I Ivanova, M Murillo, RI Montoya, TH Gollan
Linguistic approaches to bilingualism 6 (1-2), 86-118, 2016
142016
When one can write SALTO as noun but not as verb: A grammatical category-specific, modality-specific deficit
A Caño, M Hernández, I Ivanova, M Juncadella, J Gascón-Bayarri, ...
Brain and Language 114 (1), 26-42, 2010
112010
Does bilingualism hamper lexical access in highly-proficient bilinguals
I Ivanova, A Costa
Acta Psychologica 127 (2), 277-88, 2008
112008
Form overrides meaning when bilinguals monitor for errors
I Ivanova, VS Ferreira, TH Gollan
Journal of memory and language 94, 75-102, 2017
72017
Structural alignment in dialogue and monologue (and what attention may have to do with it)
I Ivanova, WS Horton, B Swets, D Kleinman, VS Ferreira
Journal of Memory and Language 110, 104052, 2020
32020
Multilink for bilingual language production
I Ivanova, D Kleinman
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 22 (4), 687-688, 2019
32019
Are similar control processes implemented during single and dual language production? Evidence from switching between speech registers and languages
M Declerck, I Ivanova, J Grainger, JA Duñabeitia
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23 (3), 694-701, 2020
22020
The effect of anomalous utterances on language production
I Ivanova, L Wardlow, J Warker, VS Ferreira
Memory & cognition 45 (2), 308-319, 2017
22017
Lexical Access in Spanish as a First and Second Language
A Costa, I Ivanova, C Baus, N Sebastián‐Gallés
The Handbook of Hispanic Linguistics, 847-863, 2012
22012
Bilingual referential choice in cognitively demanding situations
C Contemori, I Ivanova
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 24 (1), 83-95, 2021
12021
Memories: Albert Costa's legacy
C Baus, M Calabria, JA Duñabeitia, M Hernandez, I Ivanova, B Mahon, ...
Journal of Neurolinguistics 58 (2021), 100967, 2020
12020
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