Montserrat Comesaña recibe el premio de investigación ‘Albert Costa’ a la Mejor Publicación Científica del Año 2018

 

La Sociedad Española de Psicología Experimental (SEPEX) ha otorgado el premio a la Mejor Publicación Científica del Año 2018 (Modalidad ‘Albert Costa’) al siguiente artículo de nuestra compañera Montserrat Comesaña, miembro del grupo PCC:

“The impact of cognateness of word bases and suffixes on morpho-orthographic processing: A masked priming study with intermediate and high-proficiency Portuguese-English bilinguals.” PLoS ONE (2018), 13/3.

El comité de evaluación destaca en su propuesta de concesión que este trabajo expone “a methodologically sound set of experiments that provide important knowledge about the underlying similarities and differences between the manner in which lexical access of polymorphemic words is completed in a native and in a nonnative language as a function of cross-linguistic overlap. The materials are carefully selected and the analysis procedure is of very high quality, providing univocal responses to the main questions of the study.”

Congratulations, Montse!

 

7 Comments

  1. Ignacio says:

    That’s really great news, Montse.Congrats!!!

  2. David Tizón says:

    Talentazo e equipazo! Parabéns Montse!

  3. Paula Rodríguez Puente says:

    Wow! Felicidades, Montse!

  4. Paloma Nuñez Pertejo says:

    ¡Muchas felicidades, Montse! Disfruta del verano.

  5. Esperanza Rama says:

    Noraboa Montse!

  6. Elena Seoane Posse says:

    Noraboa polo recoñecemento que supón á calidade da túa labor investigadora, Montse. ¡A celebralo!

  7. José Fernández-Rey says:

    Moitas felicidades por ese gran éxito, Montse!!! Unha forte aperta.

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