Sendy Caffarra
Sendy Caffarra
BCBL & Stanford University
Verified email at bcbl.eu
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On the left anterior negativity (LAN): The case of morphosyntactic agreement
N Molinaro, HA Barber, S Caffarra, M Carreiras
Cortex 66 (156-159), 2015
772015
Second language syntactic processing revealed through event-related potentials: An empirical review
S Caffarra, N Molinaro, D Davidson, M Carreiras
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 51, 31-47, 2015
742015
Representation and processing of multi-word expressions in the brain
A Siyanova-Chanturia, K Conklin, S Caffarra, E Kaan, WJB van Heuven
Brain and language 175, 111-122, 2017
342017
Is the noun ending a cue to grammatical gender processing? An ERP study on sentences in Italian
S Caffarra, A Siyanova‐Chanturia, F Pesciarelli, F Vespignani, C Cacciari
Psychophysiology 52 (8), 1019-1030, 2015
342015
Two sides of gender: ERP evidence for the presence of two routes during gender agreement processing
S Caffarra, N Janssen, HA Barber
Neuropsychologia 63, 124-134, 2014
332014
Does the ending matter? The role of gender-to-ending consistency in sentence reading
S Caffarra, HA Barber
Brain Research 1605, 83-92, 2015
292015
Is the LAN effect in morphosyntactic processing an ERP artifact?
S Caffarra, M Mendoza, D Davidson
Brain and language 191, 9-16, 2019
212019
Hierarchical levels of representation in language prediction: The influence of first language acquisition in highly proficient bilinguals
N Molinaro, F Giannelli, S Caffarra, C Martin
Cognition 164, 61-73, 2017
202017
Not all errors are the same: ERP sensitivity to error typicality in foreign accented speech perception
S Caffarra, CD Martin
Cortex 116, 308-320, 2019
192019
How the COVID‐19 pandemic has changed our lives: A study of psychological correlates across 59 countries
E Alzueta, P Perrin, FC Baker, S Caffarra, D Ramos‐Usuga, D Yuksel, ...
Journal of clinical psychology 77 (3), 556-570, 2021
162021
When the end matters: influence of gender cues during agreement computation in bilinguals
S Caffarra, H Barber, N Molinaro, M Carreiras
Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 32 (9), 1069-1085, 2017
132017
Word and object recognition during reading acquisition: MEG evidence
S Caffarra, CD Martin, M Lizarazu, M Lallier, A Zarraga, N Molinaro, ...
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 24, 21-32, 2017
122017
The effect of orthographic depth on letter string processing: the case of visual attention span and rapid automatized naming
A Antzaka, C Martin, S Caffarra, S Schlöffel, M Carreiras, M Lallier
Reading and Writing 31 (3), 583-605, 2018
92018
What usage can do: The effect of language dominance on simultaneous bilinguals’ morphosyntactic processing
S Caffarra, S Zimnukhova, S Mancini
Linguistics Vanguard 2 (s1), 2016
92016
Addressee identity and morphosyntactic processing in Basque allocutive agreement
M Wolpert, S Mancini, S Caffarra
Frontiers in psychology 8, 1439, 2017
82017
The impact of foreign accent on irony interpretation
S Caffarra, E Michell, CD Martin
PloS one 13 (8), e0200939, 2018
72018
The interaction between language and visual spatial attention systems in grammatical gender processing. An N2pc study
S Caffarra, F Pesciarelli, C Cacciari
Cognitive neuroscience 4 (3-4), 217-224, 2013
72013
Sleeping when the world locks down: Correlates of sleep health during the COVID-19 pandemic across 59 countries
D Yuksel, GB McKee, PB Perrin, E Alzueta, S Caffarra, D Ramos-Usuga, ...
Sleep Health 7 (2), 134-142, 2021
62021
When is irony influenced by communicative constraints? ERP evidence supporting interactive models
S Caffarra, A Motamed Haeri, E Michell, CD Martin
European Journal of Neuroscience 50 (10), 3566-3577, 2019
52019
Psychological activities in neurorehabilitation: from research to clinical practice
E Galante, L Gazzi, S Caffarra
G. Ital. Med. Lav. Ergon 33 (1 Suppl A), A19-28, 2011
32011
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