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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   17 / 1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: Reading Russian–English homographs in sentence contexts: Evidence from ERPs
by Olessia Jouravlev, Debra Jared
pp 153-168

Declarative and procedural memory as individual differences in second language acquisition
by Kara Morgan-Short, Mandy L Faretta-Stutenberg, Katherine A. Brill-Schuetz, Helen Carpenter, Patrick C. M. Wong
pp 56-72

Thinking-for-speaking in early and late bilinguals
by Vicky Tzuyin Lai, Gabriela Garrido Rodriguez, Bhuvana Narasimhan
pp 139-152

Subject-to-subject raising and the syntax of tense in L2 Spanish: A Full Access approach
by Gonzalo Campos-Dintrans, Acrisio M. Pires, Jason Rothman
pp 38-55

Object and action naming in Russian- and German-speaking monolingual and bilingual children
by Annegret Klassert, Natalia Gagarina, Christina Kauschke
pp 73-88

On the nature of verb–noun dissociations in bilectal SLI: A psycholinguistic perspective from Greek
by Maria Kambanaros, Kleanthes K. Grohmann, Michalis Michaelides, Eleni Theodorou
pp 169-188

L2 perception of Spanish palatal variants across different tasks
by Christine Shea, Jeffrey Renaud
pp 203-221

Relative language exposure, processing efficiency and vocabulary in Spanish–English bilingual toddlers
by Nereyda Hurtado, Theres Grüter, Virginia A Marchman, Anne Fernald
pp 189-202

Early language experience facilitates the processing of gender agreement in Spanish heritage speakers
by Silvina A Montrul, Justin Davidson, Israel De La Fuente, Rebecca Foote
pp 118-138

French–Dutch bilinguals do not maintain obligatory semantic distinctions: Evidence from placement verbs
by Inge Alferink, Marianne Gullberg
pp 22-37

Continuity with change: The new editorial team and some new policies and procedures
by Jubin Abutalebi, Harald Clahsen
pp 1-2

Adjective placement in simultaneous bilinguals (German–Italian) and the concept of cross-linguistic overcorrection
by Tanja Kupisch
pp 222-233

Phonological representations in children's native and non-native lexicon
by Ellen Simon, Matthias J. Sjerps, Paula Fikkert
pp 3-21

Individual differences in inhibitory control relate to bilingual spoken word processing
by Julie Mercier, Irina Pivneva, Debra Titone
pp 89-117

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Dutch
Greek, Modern
LL Issue: 25.771