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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   13 / 1
Date: 2010
Table of Contents: Dominant language influence in acquisition and attrition of binding: Interpretation of the Korean reflexive caki
by Ji-Hye Kim, Silvina A Montrul, James Hye-Suk Yoon
pp 73-84

“Die Muttersprache vergisst man nicht” – or do you? A case study in L1 attrition and its (partial) reversal
by Doris Stolberg, Alexandra Munch
pp 19-31

The regression hypothesis as a framework for first language attrition
by Merel Keijzer
pp 9-18

Verbs of motion in L1 Russian of Russian–English bilinguals
by Aneta Pavlenko
pp 49-62

When boundaries are crossed: Evaluating language attrition data from two perspectives
by Elena Schmitt
pp 63-72

L2-induced changes in the L1 of Germans living in the Netherlands
by Anne Ribbert, Folkert Kuiken
pp 41-48

Languages at play: The relevance of L1 attrition to the study of bilingualism
by Monika S Schmid
pp 1-7

The effects of contact on native language pronunciation in an L2 migrant setting
by Esther de Leeuw, Monika S Schmid, Ineke Mennen
pp 33-40

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Dutch
LL Issue: 21.726