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Recent Publications by the Department of Psychology and Communication Faculty

Cieślicka, A.B. “Second language learners’ processing of idiomatic expressions: Does compositionality matter?” Pp. 115-137. In K. Droździał-Szelest, and M. Pawlak (Eds.), Psycholinguistic and Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Second Language Learning and Teaching: Studies in Honor of Waldemar Marton. New York/ Heidelberg: Springer.

Cieślicka A. B., O. García, J. Morales, and R.R. Heredia. “Dual-coding theory revisited: Concreteness and picture superiority effects in bilingual incidental memory tasks.” Pp. 23-40. In E. Manczak (Ed.), Exploring the Microcosm and Macrocosm of Language Teaching and Learning - A Festschrift for Professor Anna Nizegorodcew on the Occasion of Her 70th birthday. Kraków,
Poland: Jagiellonian University Press.

Cieślicka, A.B. “Do non-native language speakers chew the fat and spill the beans with different brain hemispheres?: Investigating idiom decomposability with the divided visual field paradigm.”
Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 42(6): 475-503.

Heredia, R.R., and J.M. Brown. “Bilingual memory.” Pp. 269-291. In T.K. Bhatia, and W.C. Ritchie (Eds.), The Handbook of Bilingualism, 2nd edition. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Flores, M. and F. Subervi. “Assessing the Job Satisfaction of U.S. Latino Journalists.” Journalism Practice, DOI: 10.1080/17512786.2013.849847.

Frankenberg, L. and Lozano, J. C. (2013). “Memories of films and cinema going in Monterrey, Mexico: A critique and review of in-depth interviews as a methodological
strategy in audience studies.” In Angarhad Valdivia (Ed.), Blackwell’s International Companion to Media Studies: Research Methods in Media Studies. Volume Editor: Fabienne Darling-Wolf. Blackwell.

Lozano, J.C., Biltereyst, D., Frankenberg, L., Meers, P. and Hinojosa, L. “Exhibición y programación cinematográfica de 1922 a 1962 en Monterrey, México: un estudio de caso desde la perspectiva de la ‘Nueva historia del cine’ [Film Exhibition from 1922 to 1962 in Monterrey, Mexico: A case study from the perspective of New Cinema History].” Global Media Journal Edición México, 9(18): 73-94.

Lozano, J.C. “La socialización política desde el infoentretenimiento televisivo: el caso de México [Political socialization in televised infotainment: the Mexican case].” In Carmen Ferré (Ed.), Infoentretenimiento. El formato imparable de la era del espectáculo. Barcelona: Editorial UOC.

Sidelinger, R., and P.E. Madlock. “ Hurtful teasing in romantic relationships: Does mate value affect the impact of teasing on satisfaction and commitment in close relationships?” Ohio
Communication Journal 51: 29-52.