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  1. Declerck, M., Ivanova, I., Grainger, J., & Duñabeitia, J.A. (in press). Are similar control processes implemented during single and dual language production? Evidence from switching between speech registers and languages. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.
  2. Ivanova, I., Horton, W. S., Swets, B., Kleinman, D., & Ferreira, V.S. (2020). Structural alignment in dialogue and monologue (and what attention may have to do with it). Journal of Memory and Language, 110, 104052.
  3. Ivanova, I., & Ferreira, V.S. (2019). The role of working memory for syntactic formulation in language production. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 45(10), 1791-1814.
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  5. Slevc, L. R., & Ivanova, I. (2017). The relationship between priming and linguistic representations is mediated by processing constraints. Commentary on “An Experimental Approach to Linguistic Representation” by Holly Branigan and Martin Pickering, 2017. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40, e310. PDF
  6. Ivanova, I., Ferreira, V.S., & Gollan, T.H (2017). Form overrides meaning when bilinguals monitor for errors. Journal of Memory and Language, 94, 75-102. PDF
  7. Ivanova, I., Wardlow, L., Warker, J., & Ferreira, V.S. (2017). The effect of anomalous utterances on language production. Memory & Cognition, 45(2), 308-319. PDF
  8. Ivanova, I., Branigan, H.P., McLean, J.F., Costa, A., & Pickering, M.J. (2017). Do you what I say? People reconstruct the syntax of anomalous utterances. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 32(2), 175-189. PDF
  9. Ivanova, I., Murillo, M., Montoya, R.I., & Gollan, T.H. (2016). Does bilingual language control decline in older age? Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 6:1/2, 86-118. PDF
  10. Ivanova, I., Salmon, D.P., & Gollan, T.H. (2014). Which language declines more? Longitudinal versus cross-sectional decline of picture naming in bilinguals with Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 20, 534-546. PDF
  11. Wardlow, L., Ivanova, I., & Gollan, T.H. (2014). The cognitive mechanisms underlying perspective taking between conversational partners: Evidence from speakers with Alzheimer’s disease. Neuropsychologia, 56, 184-195. PDF
  12. Ivanova, I., Salmon, D.P., & Gollan, T.H. (2013). The Multilingual Naming Test in Alzheimer’s Disease: Clues to the origin of naming impairments. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 19, 272-283. PDF
  13. Ivanova, I., Pickering, M.J., McLean, J.F., Costa, A., & Branigan, H.P. (2012). How do people produce ungrammatical utterances? Journal of Memory and Language, 67, 355-370. PDF
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  16. Caño, A., Hernández, M., Ivanova, I., Juncadella, M., Gascón-Bayarri, J. Reñe, R., & Costa, A. (2010). When one can write SALTO as noun but not as verb: A grammatical category-specific, modality-specific deficit. Brain and Language, 114, 26-42. PDF
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