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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   11 / 2
Date: 2008
Table of Contents: Emotions in the cross-fire: Structuralist vs. post-structuralist stances in bilingualism research
by Claire Kramsch
pp 177-179

The bilingual emotion lexicon and emotion in vivo
by Robert W. Schrauf
pp 185-187

Emotion and emotionality as a hidden dimension of lexicon and discourse
by Åke Viberg
pp 189-191

Bi- and multilingualism as a metaphor for research
by Aneta Pavlenko
pp 197-201

Expressions of emotion as mediated by context
by Jeanette Altarriba
pp 165-167

The effect of linguistic proficiency, age of second language acquisition, and length of exposure to a new cultural environment on bilinguals' divergent thinking
by Anatoliy Vladimirovich Kharkhurin
pp 225-243

Dynamic emotion concepts of L2 learners and L2 users: A Second Language Acquisition perspective
by Jean-Marc Adrien Dewaele
pp 173-175

Phonological short-term memory, working memory and foreign language performance in intensive language learning
by Judith Kormos, Anna Sáfár
pp 261-271

Bilingual effects are not unique, only more salient
by Michel Paradis
pp 181-183

A conceptual basis for research into emotions and bilingualism
by Anna Wierzbicka
pp 193-195

Emotion and emotion-laden words in the bilingual lexicon
by Aneta Pavlenko
pp 147-164

Language research needs an "emotion revolution" distributed models of the lexicon
by Catherine Caldwell-Harris
pp 169-171

Age of first bilingual language exposure as a new window into bilingual reading development
by Ioulia Kovelman, Stephanie Ann Baker, Laura-Ann Petitto
pp 203-223

Morphologically complex words in L1 and L2 processing: Evidence from masked priming experiments in English
by Renita Silva, Harald Clahsen
pp 245-260

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Language Acquisition
LL Issue: 19.2052