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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   17 / 3
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: The effect of a bilingual learning mode on the establishment of lexical semantic representations in the L2
by Irina Elgort, Anna E. Piasecki
pp 572-588

Is bilingual babbling language-specific? Some evidence from a case study of Spanish–English dual acquisition
by Jean E. Andruski, Eugenia Casielles, Geoffrey S. Nathan
pp 660-672

Learning two languages from birth shapes pre-attentive processing of vowel categories: Electrophysiological correlates of vowel discrimination in monolinguals and simultaneous bilinguals
by Monika Molnar, Linda Polka, Shari R. Baum, Karsten Steinhauer
pp 526-541

BIL volume 17 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

Successive bilingualism and executive functions: The effect of second language use on inhibitory control in a behavioural Stroop Colour Word task
by Karin Heidlmayr, Sylvain Moutier, Barbara Hemforth, CYRIL COURTIN†, Robert Tanzmeister, Frédéric Isel
pp 630-645

Syntax–semantics mappings as a source of difficulty in Japanese speakers’ acquisition of the mass–count distinction in English
by Shunji Inagaki
pp 464-477

BIL volume 17 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b6

Language history questionnaire (LHQ 2.0): A new dynamic web-based research tool
by Ping Li, Fan Zhang, Erlfang Tsai, Brendan Puls
pp 673-680

Bilingual experience modulates hemispheric lateralization in visual word processing
by Sze-man Lam, JANET H. HSIAO
pp 589-609

Acquiring complex structures under minority language conditions: Bilingual acquisition of plural morphology in Welsh
by Enlli Môn Thomas, Nia Williams, Llinos Angharad Jones, Susi Davies, HANNA BINKS
pp 478-494

The acquisition of coda consonants by Mandarin early child L2 learners of English
by Nan Xu Rattanasone, Katherine Demuth
pp 646-659

Lexical-semantic skills in bilingual children who are becoming English-dominant: A longitudinal study
by Lily Sheng
pp 556-571

Cognitive control in bilinguals: Advantages in Stimulus–Stimulus inhibition
by Henrike K. Blumenfeld, Viorica Marian
pp 610-629

Nonfinite verbs and negotiating bilingualism in codeswitching: Implications for a language production model
by Carol Marie Myers-Scotton, Janice L. Jake
pp 511-525

Bilingual effects: Exploring object omission in pronominal languages
by Mihaela Pirvulescu, Ana Teresa Pérez-Leroux, Nelleke Strik, Danielle Thomas
pp 495-510

Reading English with Japanese in mind: Effects of frequency, phonology, and meaning in different-script bilinguals
by Koji Miwa, Ton Dijkstra, Patrick Bolger, R. Harald Baayen
pp 445-463

The effect of age of L2 acquisition on the organization of the bilingual lexicon: Evidence from masked priming
by Laura Sabourin, Christie Anne Brien, Michelle Burkholder
pp 542-555

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
General Linguistics
Neurolinguistics
Cognitive Science
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
English
French
German
Japanese
Spanish
Welsh
 
LL Issue: 25.2723