ELEONORA ROSSI CURRICULUM VITAE Address:

Department of Psychology and Sociology California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Pomona CA 91768 Building 5, office 119

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office: +1 814 867 2441 mobile: +1 814 470 7124

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CURRENT POSITION 2015-current Assistant Professor Department of Psychology and Sociology California State Polytechnic University, Pomona PREVIOUS POSITIONS 2013-2015 Visiting Assistant Professor Program in Linguistics (http://linguistics.la.psu.edu) Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA Core Faculty member PIRE (Partnerships in International Research and Education): Bilingualism, mind, and brain: An interdisciplinary program in cognitive psychology, linguistics, and cognitive neuroscience. 2009-2013

Postdoctoral Research Associate Center for Language Science and Department of Psychology Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA Mentors: Judith F. Kroll, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Linguistics, and Women’s Studies; Director, Center for Language Science; Paola E. Dussias, Professor of Spanish, Linguistics, and Psychology; Head, Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese; Associate Director, Center for Language Science

2008-2009

De Vincenzi Postdoctoral Fellow Department of Psychology, Center for Language Science Pennsylvania State University PROJECT: The processing of clitic pronouns in adult L2 learners of Spanish: from agrammatic aphasia to adult second language acquisition

EDUCATION 2007 Ph.D. in Linguistics Department of Dutch, Neurolinguistics Research Group University of Groningen, The Netherlands Thesis: Clitic production in Italian agrammatism Mentor: Professor Roelien Bastiaanse 2003

European Masters Degree in Clinical Linguistics (cum laude)

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University of Groningen, The Netherlands Thesis: Verb production in Italian and German: a cross-linguistic comparison and a single case study in a bilingual aphasic Mentor: Professor Roelien Bastiaanse 2003

M.A. in Linguistics (cum laude) University of Groningen, The Netherlands

2002

M.A. in Speech Therapy and Pathology (cum laude) (certificate eligible for CCC-SLP accreditation) University of Padua, Italy Thesis: Three cases of Bilingual aphasia in South Tyrol: Methodological problems, analysis and some suggestions for research Mentor: Professor Gianfranco Denes

2000

B.A. in Speech Therapy and Pathology (cum laude) University of Padua, Italy

PUBLICATIONS Rossi, E., Newman, S., Diaz, M., van Hell J., Dussias P.E. & Kroll, J. F. (in preparation). The impact of Bilingualism on White Matter. Rossi, E., Newman, S., Diaz, M., & Kroll, J. F. (in preparation). There are no mental firewalls: fMRI evidence for global inhibition of the native language in bilingual speech. Rossi, E., Ting, C., Diaz, M., Newman, S., van Hell, G.J., & Dussias, P.E. (in preparation). Functional neuroimaging and codeswitching: Neural basis of switching words in meaningful sentences. Rossi, E., Newman, S., Diaz, M., Guo, T., & Kroll, J. F. (in preparation). There are no mental firewalls: fMRI evidence for global inhibition of the native language in bilingual speech. Rossi, E., Diaz, M., Newman, S., Dussias, P.E., & Kroll, J. F. (in preparation). Processing L2 specific morphosyntactic structures. fMRI evidence. Rossi, E., Perrotti, L. & Dussias, P. E. (in preparation). Using eye tracking to examine sensitivity to gender and number in L2 sentence processing. Tanner E., Rossi, E. & van Hell G.J. (in preparation). When syntax beats semantics: Electrophysiological measures of cue interaction in L2 sentence comprehension. Bloodgood, D.W., McClain, R., Rossi, E. & Kroll, J.F. (in preparation). Immersion Inhibits Native Language Access In Second Language Learners. McClain, R., Rossi, E., & Kroll, J. F. (in preparation). Using the native language to evaluate the consequences of learning to speak a second language. Stowe, L. & Rossi, E. (in preparation). The neurobiology of L2 learning: an historical overview. In Language Teaching: Surveys and Studies. Cambridge (UK): Cambridge University Press. Rossi, E., Diaz, M., Kroll, J.F. & Dussias, P.E. (under review). Using clitic pronouns to test the sensitivity of late bilinguals to L2 morphosyntax. Studies in Second Language Acquisition. Yager, L., Hellmold, N., Joo, H., Putnam, M.T., Rossi, E., Sewell, A., Stafford, C. & Salmons, J. (accepted). New structural patterns in moribund grammar: Case marking in Heritage German. Frontiers Psychology Research Topics.

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Rossi, E., & Diaz, M. (in press). How aging and bilingualism influence language processing: theoretical and neural models. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism. Kroll, J. F., Gullifer, J. W., McClain, R., Rossi, E., Martín, M.C. (in press). Selection and control in bilingual comprehension and production. In J. Schweiter, (Ed.), Cambridge Handbook of Bilingualism. New York: Cambridge University Press. Rossi, E., Kroll, J.F., & Dussias, P.E. (2014). Clitic pronouns reveal the time course of processing gender and number in a second language. Neuropsychologia, 62, 11-25. Rossi, E. (2013). Modulating the sensitivity to syntactic factors in production: Evidence from syntactic priming in agrammatism. Applied Psycholinguistics, available on CJO2013. Kroll, J.F., & Rossi, E. (2013). Psycholinguistic perspectives on second language acquisition and bilingualism. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Linguistics. Oxford (UK): Oxford University Press. http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199772810/obo-9780199772810-0037.xml Kroll, J.F., Gullifer, J., & Rossi, E. (2013). The multilingual lexicon: The cognitive and neural basis of lexical comprehension and production in two languages. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 33, 102-127. Kroll, J.F., & Rossi, E. (2013). Bilingualism and multilingualism: Quantitative methods. In C.A. Chapelle (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Wiley-Blackwell. Rossi, E. (2012). Data Analysis and interpretation: Statistical Methods. In N. Müller & M.J. Ball (Eds.), The Blackwell Guide to Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. Wiley-Blackwell. Rossi, E. (2011). The trains of language: Syntax and morphology. In G. Denes (Ed.), Talking heads. The Neuroscience of Language. Psychology Press. Rossi, E., Schippers, M. & Keysers, C. (2011). Broca’s area: Linking perception and production in language and actions. In J. Han & E. Poeppel (Eds.), Culture and neural frames of cognition and communication: On Thinking. Heidelberg: Springer. Rossi, E. (2009). The multilingual brain: learning and losing languages. Jezik in Slovstvo, 1, 1-8. Rossi, E., & Denes, G. (2009). Natura e rappresentazione della sintassi. In Denes, G. (Ed.), Parlare con la testa. Bologna: Zanichelli. Visch-Brink, E.G., Bajema, I.M., & Rossi, E. (2009). BOX: A lexico-semantic therapy for aphasic speakers. O.S. Organizzazioni Speciali Ed, Firenze, Italy. Rossi, E., & Bastiaanse, R. (2008). Spontaneous speech in Italian agrammatic aphasia: a focus on variability and verb production. Aphasiology, 22, 347-362. Rossi, E. (2007). Clitic production in Italian agrammatism. (Ph.D. dissertation). Series number 64. Grodil, Groningen. Rossi, E. (2007). Bilingual aphasia: A field under construction. Stem-Spraak en Taalpathologie, 15, 137-142. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Rossi, E., & Bastiaanse, R. (2006). Don't give an affirmative order. A negative one is easier! Brain and Language, 99, 77-78. Rossi, E. (2006) Clitic production in Italian agrammatism. Afasiologie, 284, 69-70. Rossi, E., & Bastiaanse, R. (2005). Clitic production in Italian agrammatism. Brain and Language, 95, 159-160.

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Rossi, E., & Bastiaanse, R. (2004). An insight in small clauses and negative clauses in agrammatism: Data from Italian. Brain and Language, 91, 106-107. Rossi, E., Denes, G., Bastiaanse, R. (2003). A single case study of pathological mixing in a polyglot aphasic. Brain and Language, 87, 46-47. B.A. AND M.A. DISSERTATIONS Rossi, E. (2002). Verb production in Italian and German: a cross-linguistic comparison and a single case study in a bilingual aphasic. M.A. dissertation (University of Groningen) Rossi, E. (2001). Three cases of Bilingual aphasia in South Tyrol: Methodological problems, analysis and some suggestions for the research. B.A. dissertation (University of Padua) RESEARCH SUPPORT GRANTS/AWARDS 2016-2021

National Science Foundation Pre-Proposal Grant, OISE-1504271: PIRE (Partnerships in International Research and Education): Translating cognitive and brain science in the laboratory and field to language learning environments (Co-PIs Paola Dussias, John Lipski, Janet van Hell), 2015-2020, ($5,000,000).

2010-2015

National Science Foundation Grant, OISE-0968369: PIRE (Partnerships in International Research and Education): Bilingualism, mind, and brain: An interdisciplinary program in cognitive psychology, linguistics, and cognitive neuroscience (Co-PIs Paola Dussias, Ping Li, Janet van Hell), 2010-2015, ($2,800,000).

2012-ongoing

Co-PI, Research grant for basic research from the Spanish government (PI, Teresa Bajo Molina, University of Granada). Project: Individual differences in the control of memory interference (ID: PSI2012-33625; 110.000 €)

2012-2015

Co-PI, NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (PI, Judith Kroll, Co-PI, Rhonda McClain 421-55-62910). Project: Using ERPs to track the scope of inhibition in bilingual speech ($17,814)

2011-2015

PI, Penn State SLEIC award for functional imaging (PI, Eleonora Rossi). Project: Morpho-syntactic processing of unique L2-structures in adult L2 speakers. ($ 25,000)

2011-2015

Co-PI, Penn State SLEIC award for functional imaging (PI, Janet van Hell, Giuli Dussias). Project: The cognitive control of code-switching in habitual code switchers. ($ 15,000)

2011-2015

Co-PI, Penn State SLEIC award for functional imaging (PI, Judith Kroll). Project: The scope and time of inhibitory control in bilingual speech production. ($ 44,000)

2008-2009

PI, Marica De Vincenzi fellowship for post-doctoral research. Project: The processing of clitic pronouns in adult L2 learners of Spanish ($33,000)

2003-2007

Ubbo Emmius Ph.D. fellowship, University of Groningen (full funding for 4 years of research. (€100.000). Project: Clitic production in Italian agrammatism.

2002-2003

South-Tyrol regional scholarship to pursue MA-level education abroad (full funding of MA-level studies at the University of Groningen)

ACADEMIC AND TRAVEL AWARDS

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2012 2008

-Pennsylvania State University, Postdoctoral Research Exhibition. Third prize -Pennsylvania State University, Postdoctoral Travel Award to participate in the 2012 meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, Chicago, IL. -Prize for the best poster presentation at the National Symposium on: “Language and communication disorders: From theory to rehabilitation”. Turin, Italy

TEACHING Spring 2016

Undergraduate level: Foundations of psycholinguistics (code: NA)

Winter 2016

Undergraduate level: Advanced research methods in psychology (Psy 443)

Fall 2015

Undergraduate level: Introduction to research methods in psychology (Psy 204) Undergraduate level: Survey methods in psychological research (Psy 444)

Spring 2015

Undergraduate level: Neurolinguistics (Ling. 497)

Spring 2014

Graduate level: Experimental research methods in Psycholinguistics (Ling. 525) Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA

Fall 2013/2014

Undergraduate level: Bilingualism (Ling. 447) Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA

Fall/Spring 2013-2016 Undergraduate level: Foundation of Linguistics (Ling.100) Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA Spring 2009

Undergraduate level: Lecturer, Ling. 100: Foundation of Linguistics Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA USA

2008

Graduate Level: Lecturer in Statistics and Methodology Department of Linguistics, University of Groningen, The Netherlands Undergraduate level: Lecturer in Computer Communication Department of Linguistics, University of Groningen, The Netherlands

2007

Graduate Level: Lecturer in Statistics and Methodology Within the EMCL (European Master in Clinical Linguistics) Department of Linguistics, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

NEUROIMAGING AND COMPUTING EXPERTIESE EEG: Neuroscan, ERP lab, Brain Vision Analyzer fMRI: SPM, AFNI (AFNI training @ Yale, May 2014; AFNI training @ NIH, September 2014) Statistics: SPSS, R Eyetracking: Eye-link, Experiment builder Ph.D. DISSERTATION COMMITTEE -Rhonda Mcclain (Ph.D. dissertation defense May 12 2015). Dissertation: Using ERPs to track the scope and time course of inhibition in bilingual speech. Department of Psychology, Penn State University. -Colleen Balukas (Ph.D. dissertation defense April 28 2014). Dissertation: The impact of code-switching and cognate status on phonetic realizations in the New Mexican Spanish-English bilingual community. Department of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese, Penn State University. -International expert reviewer for Ph.D. dissertation: Luis Morales Marquez. Dissertation: Grammatical gender in bilingual language selection and control. Psychology department, University of Granada.

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-International expert reviewer for Ph.D. dissertation: M.Cruz Martin Garcia. Dissertation: Inhibitory control in bilingualism. Psychology department, University of Granada. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS AND SERVICE Advisory and Review Panels -National Science Foundation (NSF): Panelist Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Panel (2009; 2015) -Advisory board Linguistics program, Penn State University. -Member of the administrative board of the “Marica De Vincenzi” Foundation http://www.fondazionedevincenzi.org/en/ Editorial Boards -Bilingualism, Language and Cognition (contract starting January 2016) Professional Memberships -Women in Cognitive Science (Member): 2010-present -Graduate Women in Science (Member): 2012-present -Cognitive Neuroscience Society (Member): 2012-present -Italian Psychology Association (Member): 2015-present Ad-hoc Journal Reviewing -Applied Linguistics -Applied Psycholinguistics -Bilingualism: Language and Cognition -Brain and Language -Brain Research -Child development -Cognition -Frontiers in Psychology and Language Sciences -Heritage language journal -Human Brain Mapping -International Journal of Bilingualism -Journal of Experimental Psychology: General -Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition -Journal of Language and Culture -Journal of Memory and Language -Journal of Neurolinguistics -Journal of Phonetics -Language Learning -Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism -Memory & Cognition -Neural Plasticity -Neuropsychologia -Plos One -Probus -Second Language Research -The Journal of Neuroscience Ad Hoc Grant Reviewing -National Science Foundation (NSF): Doctoral Dissertation Research Grants -International consultant for the Austrian Academy of Sciences -Israel Science Foundation (ISF) Other academic services Reviewer for the International Workshop on Bilingualism and Cognitive Control 2013 ADVISING AND MENTORING Post-docs

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- Gerrit-Jan Kootsra; Co-advisor (together with Dr. Dussias) Graduate students - NIH NRSA F31: Pre-doctoral Fellowship to Rhonda McClain: A neurocognitive investigation of the scope and time course of inhibition; Co-Sponsor together with Judith Kroll; 2013-2014 - Yanina Prystauka. Visiting Masters student from CiMEC (Rovereto, Italy); 2014-2015. Student’s current placement. Perspective graduate student at the Psychology Department at the University of Connecticut. Advisor: Dr. Gerry Altmann. - Vincenzo Tabacco. Adviser (MA thesis) University of Siena; 2009 Honor’s undergraduate students - Daniel Bloodgood; Co-advisor (together with Judith Kroll) - Mizuki Moriyazu; Co-advisor (together with Judith Kroll) NSF PIRE (Partnership for International Research and Education) undergraduate students - Kyra Krass; Advisor 2013-2014. PIRE project: The role of discourse context in pronoun resolution. Student’s current placement: Perspective graduate student at the Psychology Department at the University of Connecticut. Advisor: Dr. Gerry Altmann. - Nick Anderegg; Advisor 2013-2014: PIRE project: Effect of L1 orthography on L2 phonological acquisition. Student’s current placement: Perspective graduate student at the Psychology Department at the University of Western Ontario (Canada). Advisor: Dr. Debra Jared. -Angie Galofre, Co-advisor (together with Giuli Dussias). PIRE project: Investigating the priming of codeswitching with bilingual speakers who engage in code switching in their daily lives. International undergraduate students - Randi Goertz: undergraduate research student Radboud University Nijmegen. Senior research at Penn State for 4 months: advisor: Spring 2015; Student’s current placement: Perspective Master student in the Master’s programme in Cognitive Neuroscience at Radboud University Nijmegen.

EXTRAMURAL PROJECTS AND COLLABORATIONS Dr. Teresa Bajo, University of Granada. Project: The neural correlates of inhibitory control in bilingual language processing: the role of immersion. Dr. Jorge Valdes-Kroff, University of Florida. Project: Neural correlated of code-switching in habitual SpanishEnglish code-switchers. The role of grammatical structures and suprasegmental linguistic information. Dr. Holger Hopp, University of Mannheim. Project: Effects of bilingual language production on grammatical gender processing. Dr. Darren Tanner and Dr. Janet van Hell, Pennsylvania State University. Project: Cue interaction in monolingual and bilingual sentence processing. Dr. Michele Diaz, PSU, and Dr. Sharlene Newman, Indiana University. Project: Utilizing fMRI to disclose the neural correlates of language grammatical processing and language inhibitory control. Dr. Dimitry Kochenov, University of Groningen (The Netherlands). Project: Filling the gap: Linking evidence from the neurobiological reality of bilingualism and its legal implementation. CONFERENCE SYMPOSIA ORGANIZER 2015 International Symposium in Bilingualism, 2015. Title symposium: Neural correlates of bilingual language processing: using bilingualism to study brain plasticity. Panelists: Jubin Abutalebi (Language switching in

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multilinguals: Adaptive Control). Judith Kroll & Kinesy Bice (Negotiating more than one language in the brain: It’s about the native language too!) Rossi et al. (Inhibitory control during sentential code-switching: evidence from fMRI). Valdes Kroff et al. (The use of cognitive control in the comprehension of Spanish-English codeswitching). Italian Psychological Association -AIP- 2015. Title symposium: Psycholinguistics and neural aspects of grammatical processing. Contributions from Marica De Vincenzi fellows. Panelists: Rossi et al. (The role of discourse context in pronoun resolution). Contemori et al. (Referential choice in a second language: evidence from highly proficient learners of English). Pozzan (Cognitive Effects on Sentence Processing: Evidence from L1 and L2 learners). Guasti (Wh-questions and agreement). INVITED LECTURES 2015 Pomona College, CA: Learning and using two languages: converging approaches to the mind and the brain. 2014 Hasinks Labs at Yale: Bilingual language processing. Evidence from fMRI. 2013 Department of Psychology; The Pennsylvania State University: PSY 457, Psychology of language. On bilingual aphasia. Department of Linguistics; The Pennsylvania State University: LING 521, Proseminar in the Language Science of Bilingualism. Using fMRI to study bilingual language processing: the case of inhibitory control in bilinguals. 2012 Meeting of Women in Cognitive Science, Psychonomic Society (November 2012): A little fish in a tank of sharks? Duke-UNC Brain Imaging and Analysis Center (November 2012): Being bilingual: What juggling the two languages tells us about the mind and the brain Northwestern University, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. There are no mental firewalls: fMRI evidence for global inhibition of the native language in bilingual speech. 2011 Bangor University (Bangor, Wales, UK). Combining behavioral and neuroimaging evidence for a cognitivelinguistic approach to language processing: Data from aphasia and second language processing Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders; The Pennsylvania State University: CSD 497, Psychology of language. Language and bilingual language processing in aphasic speakers. Department of Linguistics; The Pennsylvania State University: LING 525, Experimental Research Methods in Psycholinguistics. -Using EEG to understand language processing. -Testing special populations: a focus on neurologically damaged speakers 2010 University of Granada (Granada, Spain, EU). Combining evidence for a cognitive-linguistic approach to language processing: Data from aphasia and second language processing. 2008 Lecturer at the II Scientific Meeting of the Scientific Society for Italian Speech Therapists (University of Padova, Padova, Italy, EU). A two days course on: The treatment of semantic deficits in aphasia. BOX a lexical-semantic therapy.

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University of Ljubljana (Slovenia, EU) The multilingual brain: learning and loosing languages. 2007 University S.Raffaele (Milan, Italy, EU). Italian agrammatism and clitic production. Workshop on production and comprehension disorders (Potsdam, Germany). Clitic production in Italian agrammatic aphasia, 2006 Afasie Jongerendag. Yearly conference of the Stichting Afasie Nederland (Groningen, The Netherlands, EU) Clitic production in Italian agrammatism Symposium on Multilingualism (University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands, EU) Bilingual aphasia. A field under construction First day of applied linguistics: linguistics and neurolinguistics (Organized by the University of Venice, Italy, EU). Clitic production in aphasia: data from Italian 2004 Symposium on applied linguistics (University of Venice, Italy, EU). Agrammatic verb production in Italian, German and a single case study in a bilingual aphasic CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AND TALKS 2015 Krass, K., Navarro-Torres C., Kroll, J.F. & Rossi, E. The role of discourse context in pronoun resolution. (Poster to be presented at the upcoming 2015 Neurobiology of Language Meeting, Chicago). McClain R., Rossi, E. & Kroll, J. Catching inhibitory processes during speech planning on the fly. (Poster submitted for the 2015 meeting of the Psychonomic Society). Rossi, E., Dussias, P.E., Ting, C &, van Hell G.J. Inhibitory control during sentential code-switching. (Talk presented at the Tenth International Symposium in Bilingualism, 2015). Kroll, J., McClain R., Rossi, E. & Bloodgood, D. Young adult bilinguals use their minds to control their mouths. (Talk presented at the Tenth International Symposium in Bilingualism, 2015). Anderegg, N., Carlson, M, & Rossi, E. Effects of L1 orthography on L2 phonological acquisition. (Poster presented at the Tenth International Symposium in Bilingualism, 2015). McClain R., Rossi, E. & Kroll, J. Regulation the L1 after speaking the L2: a study of L2 learners. (Poster presented at the Tenth International Symposium in Bilingualism, 2015). Krass, K., Navarro-Torres C., & Rossi, E. The role of discourse context in pronoun resolution. (Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2015). McClain R., Rossi, E. & Kroll, J. Catching inhibitory processes during speech planning on the fly. (Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2015). Prystauka, Y. & Rossi, E. Morpho-syntactic processing in late bilinguals: Converging evidence from ERPs and Time-Frequency Representations (TFRs). (Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2015). 2014 Fricke, M., Scharf, S., Martín-Garcia, M.C., Rossi, E., & Kroll, J. F. Second language immersion and the time course of bilingual inhibitory processing: Evidence from word durations. (Poster presented at the 2014 meeting of the Psychonomic Society).

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McClain, R., Bloodgood, D., Rossi, E., & Kroll, J. F. Inhibitory control in second language production: evidence from learners. (Poster presented at the 2014 meeting of the Psychonomic Society). Fricke, M., Scharf, S., Martín-Garcia, M.C., Rossi, E., & Kroll, J. F. Second language immersion and the time course of bilingual inhibitory processing: Evidence from word durations. (Poster presented at the 2014 International Workshop Language Production, Geneva). Bloodgood, D., McClain, R., Rossi, E., & Kroll, J. Modulating inhibitory control in immersed language learners: An ERP Study. (Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2014, Boston, MA). McClain, R., Rossi, E., & Kroll, J. F. A neurocognitive investigation of inhibitory processes during speech planning. (Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2014, Boston, MA). Kroll, J. F., Rossi, E., Moldovan, C., Dussias, P.E., & Peters, J. On the consequences of being a heritage speaker for language processing and cognition. Paper presented at the Second International Conference on Heritage Languages, University of California, Los Angeles, CA. Anderegg, N., Carlson, M, & Rossi, E. Effects of L1 orthography on L2 phonological acquisition. (Poster presented at the 2014 Young Scholar Speakers series, 2014, PSU). Krass, K., Kroll, J., & Rossi, E. The role of discourse context in pronoun resolution. (Poster presented at the 2014 Young Scholar Speakers series, 2014, PSU). 2013 Rossi, E., Dussias, P.E., Ting, C &, van Hell G.J. Inhibitory control during sentential code-switching (Poster presented at the 2013 meeting of the Society for the Neurobiology of Language, S. Diego, USA). Tanner E., Rossi, E. & van Hell G.J. When syntax beats semantics: Electrophysiological measures of cue interaction in L2 sentence comprehension. (Poster presented at the 2013 International Conference on Multilingualism: Linguistic Challenges and Neurocognitive Mechanisms. Montreal, Canada). McClain, R., Rossi, E. & Kroll, J. Using ERPs to investigate the scope and the time course of inhibitory control in bilingual production. (Poster presented at the 2013 International Conference on Multilingualism: Linguistic Challenges and Neurocognitive Mechanisms. Montreal, Canada). Kroll, J. & Rossi, E. Two Languages, One Brain: the cognitive challenges confronted by bilinguals. (Talk part of special session on bilingualism at the 2013 meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, Canada). Rossi, E., Dussias, P.E., Ting, C &, van Hell G.J. Inhibitory control during sentential code-switching (Poster presented at the 2013 meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, Canada). McClain, R., Rossi, E. & Kroll, J. Bilinguals control their first language to speak the second language. (Poster to be presented at the 2013 meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Toronto, Canada). Kroll, J. & Rossi, E. Bilinguals speak their minds: How cognitive control enables speech planning in two languages. (Talk presented at the 2013 International Workshop on Bilingualism and Cognitive Control, Krakow, Poland, Europe). Rossi, E., Newman, S., Diaz, M., & Kroll, J. fMRI evidence for Inhibitory control in bilingual language production. (Poster presented at the 2013 International Workshop on Bilingualism and Cognitive Control, Krakow, Poland, Europe). Tanner E., Rossi, E. & van Hell G.J. Electrophysiological correlates of cue-dependence in second language sentence processing. (Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2013, San Francisco, USA). 2012 Rossi, E., & Kochenov, D. Bilingualism beyond language. Policy meets the neurocognitive reality of bilingualism. (Paper to be presented at the IALL CONFERENCE 2012 Language Rights, Inclusion & the Prevention of Ethnic Conflicts 13-17 December, Chiang Mai, Thailand).

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Rossi, E. Newman, S., Diaz, M., & Kroll, J. There are no mental firewalls: fMRI evidence for global inhibition of the native language in bilingual speech. (Poster presented at the 2012 meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Minneapolis, USA). Rossi, E., McClain, R. & Kroll, J. The scope and time course of inhibitory processes in bilingual speech production. (Paper presented at the 31st Second Language Research Forum October 18-21, Pittsburgh, USA). Marker, R., Chen P., Rossi, E., & Kroll, J. Semantic Category Interference is Similar for L1 and L2: Evidence from Behavioral and Electrophysiological Data. (Paper presented at the 31st Second Language Research Forum October 18-21, Pittsburgh, USA). Rossi, E. Newman, S., Diaz, M., & Kroll, J. There are no mental firewalls: fMRI evidence for global inhibition of the native language in bilingual speech. (Poster presented at the UIC Bilingualism Forum October 4th, Chicago, USA). Rossi, E. Newman, S., Diaz, M., & Kroll, J. There are no mental firewalls: fMRI evidence for global inhibition of the native language in bilingual speech. (Poster presented at AMLaP, Architecture and mechanisms for language processing, 2012, Riva del Garda, Italy). Rossi, E. Newman, S., Diaz, M., & Kroll, J. There are no mental firewalls: fMRI evidence for global inhibition of the native language in bilingual speech. (Poster presented at the 7th International Workshop on Language Production, New York, USA). Rossi, E., & Kochenov, D. Bilingualism beyond language. Policy meets the neurocognitive reality of bilingualism. (Paper presented at the 11th Nordic Conference in Bilingualism, 2012, Copenhagen, Denmark, EU). Rossi, E., Kroll, J.F., & Dussias, E.P. Morpho-syntactic processing in late bilinguals: Combined evidence from ERPs and fMRI. (Poster presented at Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2012, Chicago, USA). 2011 Rossi, E., Dussias, E.P., & Kroll, J.F. The Role of Cognitive Resources in Processing Second Language Syntax. (Poster presented at the 2011 meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Seattle, USA). Rossi, E., Gullifer, J., Dussias, E.P. & Kroll, J.F. Typological similarity and immersion have different effects on L2 language processing. (Poster presented at CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing 2011, Stanford, USA) Rossi, E., Gullifer, J., Dussias, E.P. & Kroll, J.F. On the consequence of late bilingualism for morpho-syntactic processing in the L2: Evidence from behavioral and ERP data. (Paper presented at ISB 8: International Symposium on Bilingualism, Oslo, Norway, EEA) Rossi, E., Dussias, E.P. & Kroll, J.F. Does typological similarity matter? The processing of grammatical gender and number in late English-Spanish bilinguals: Evidence from ERPs and eye-tracking. (Poster presented at ISB 8: International Symposium on Bilingualism, Oslo, Norway, EEA) 2010 Rossi, E., Dussias, E.P. & Kroll, J.F. Skilled sentence processing in a second language: the limits are not in access to the morpho-syntax but in the ability to generate alternative structures. (Poster presented at AMLaP 2010, York, UK) Rossi, E., Gullifer, J., Dussias, E.P. & Kroll, J.F. Second language learners are not native speakers but they process some aspects of the syntax as if they were: Evidence from behavioral and ERP data. (Paper presented at the 2010 Donostia Workshop on Neurobilingualism, Donostia, Spain, EU) 2009

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Rossi, E., Dussias, E.P. & Kroll, J.F. The processing of object pronouns in Spanish. A comparison of native speakers and L2 learners (Poster presented at The European Society for Cognitive Psychology Krakow, Poland, EU) 2007 Rossi, E. Clitic production in Italian agrammatic patients. (Poster presented at National symposium on: Language and communication disorders: from theory to rehabilitation, Turin, Italy, EU) Rossi, E. & Bastiaanse, R. Clitic position in restructuring and negative imperative sentences: data from agrammatism. Paper presented at The 3rd Science of Aphasia (Monopoli, Italy, EU) 2006 Rossi, E. & Bastiaanse R. Don't give an affirmative order. A negative one is easier! Paper presented at The Academy of Aphasia (Victoria, Canada) 2005 Rossi, E. & Bastiaanse R. Clitic production in Italian agrammatism. Paper presented at the The Academy of Aphasia (Amsterdam, The Netherlands, EU) Rossi, E. A case of selective recovery of L2 in a bilingual speaker. Poster presented at the Rovereto Workshop on bilingualism (Rovereto, Italy, EU) 2004 Rossi, E. & Bastiaanse R. An insight in Small clauses and Negative clauses in agrammatism: data from Italian. Poster presented at The Academy of Aphasia (Chicago, U.S.A.) Rossi, E. & Bastiaanse R. Movement in agrammatism: is the operation impaired ‘per se`? Poster presented at The Science of Aphasia (Potsdam, Germany, EU) 2003 Rossi, E. & Bastiaanse R. Agrammatic verb production in Italian, German and a single case study in a bilingual aphasic. Poster presented at The Science of Aphasia (Trieste, Italy, EU) Rossi, E. & Bastiaanse R. A single case study of pathological mixing in a polyglot aphasic. Poster presented at The Academy of Aphasia (Vienna, Austria, EU) 2002 Rossi, E. & Bastiaanse R. Bilingual aphasia: a case of selective recovery of L2. Poster presented at The Science of Aphasia (Naples, Italy, EU) FURTHER EDUCATION (SPECIAL COURSES AND SEMINARS) AFNI NIH Bootcamp (NIH, 29-03 October 2014) AFNI NIH Bootcamp (Yale, 27-30 May 2014) The 2009 ERP Bootcamp, workshop on ERP methods taught by Steve Luck (Center for Mind and Brain, University of California Davis, USA, 2008) Course for the statistic software package ‘R’. University of Groningen (held by Erik Tjong Kim Sang). University of Groningen (The Netherlands, EU, 2008) Brain Vision user workshop. Hold by Brain products GmbH. Groningen, 28 February - 2 March. University of Groningen (The Netherlands, EU, 2005) EEG course. Hold within BCN by Dr. N.M. Maurits. University of Groningen (The Netherlands, EU, 2005)

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Methodology and Statistics in Linguistics. Ten seminars hold by Prof. J. Nerbonne. University of Groningen (The Netherlands, EU, 2004) Language contact. Course hold within LOT summer school by Prof. S. Thomason. University of Tilburg (The Netherlands, EU, 16-20 June 2003) Evolution of language. Course hold within LOT summer school by Prof. D. Bickerton. University of Tilburg (The Netherlands, EU 16-20 June, 2003) The tool-kit of cognitive neuroscience. Organized by F.C. Donders center for cognitive neuroimaging. University of Nijmegen (The Netherlands, EU 7-11 July) OTHER SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES 2009 Organizer and Lecturer at the: “Two days introductory workshop on ERPs” (1st-2nd October 2009). Pennsylvania State University, University Park. 2007 Organizer of a workshop at the University of Groningen (The Netherlands, EU): ‘Thinking about aphasia between theory and data: an interdisciplinary approach’. 2005 Organizer of TABU-day: An international conference on general linguistics at the University of Groningen, (The Netherlands, EU) LANGUAGE KNOWLEDGE Italian: native speaker English: excellent oral and written knowledge French: very good oral and written knowledge Dutch: good oral and written knowledge German: good oral and written knowledge Spanish: basic communication skills

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aphasia to adult second language acquisition. EDUCATION. 2007. Ph.D. in Linguistics. Department of Dutch, Neurolinguistics Research Group. University of Groningen, The Netherlands. Thesis: Clitic production in Italian agrammatism. Mentor: Professor Roelien Bastiaanse. 2003. European Masters Degree in Clinical ...

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