LINGUIST List 16.3526|
Tue Dec 13 2005
Qs: Bilingual Cognitive Tests; Java Toponyms
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Bilingual Cognitive Tests
Message 1: Bilingual Cognitive Tests
From: Paschal Houlihan <paschal.houlihanul.ie>
Subject: Bilingual Cognitive Tests
Would anyone be able to tell me ,please, where one might access cognitive tests which
might be suitable for comparing cognitive levels of bilingual and monolingual children ( about
7 to 10 yrs.) ?
Are there such tests which have a specific linguistic applicability or will 'general purpose'
tests suffice ?
With thanks in advance.
Paschal Houlihan, University of Limerick , Ireland.
Message 2: Java Toponyms
From: Guntur Satu <guntur555yahoo.com>
Subject: Java Toponyms
I am looking for any sources that discuss the etymology of toponyms in Java, Indonesia. If
anyone can give me some guidance, I'd greatly appreciate it.
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