Guillermo Montero Melis
Guillermo Montero Melis
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Two languages, two minds: Flexible cognitive processing driven by language of operation
P Athanasopoulos, E Bylund, G Montero-Melis, L Damjanovic, ...
Psychological science 26 (4), 518-526, 2015
Thinking is modulated by recent linguistic experience: Second language priming affects perceived event similarity
G Montero‐Melis, TF Jaeger, E Bylund
Language Learning 66 (3), 636-665, 2016
Getting the ball rolling: the cross-linguistic conceptualization of caused motion
G Montero-Melis, E Bylund
Language and Cognition 9 (3), 446–472, 2017
Satellite-vs. verb-framing underpredicts nonverbal motion categorization: Insights from a large language sample and simulations
G Montero-Melis, S Eisenbeiss, B Narasimhan, I Ibarretxe-Antuņano, ...
Cognitive Semantics 3 (1), 36-61, 2017
Does using a foreign language reduce mental imagery?
G Montero-Melis, P Isaksson, J van Paridon, M Ostarek
Cognition 196, 104134, 2019
Sighted people’s language is not helpful for blind individuals’ acquisition of typical animal colors
M Ostarek, J Van Paridon, G Montero-Melis
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (44), 21972-21973, 2019
Changing expectations mediate adaptation in L2 production
G Montero-Melis, TF Jaeger
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23 (3), 602-617, 2020
Consistency in motion event encoding across languages
G Montero-Melis
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 2021
Does the motor system functionally contribute to keeping words in working memory? A pre-registered replication of Shebani and Pulvermüller (2013, Cortex)
G Montero-Melis, J van Paridon, M Ostarek, E Bylund
PsyArXiv, 2019
Thoughts in Motion: The Role of Long-Term L1 and Short-Term L2 Experience when Talking and Thinking of Caused Motion
G Montero-Melis
Stockholm University, Centre for Research on Bilingualism Stockholm, 2017
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