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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   16 / 1
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: Referent salience affects second language article use
by DanijelaTrenkic, NattamaPongpairoj
pp 152-166

Assessing the role of current and exposure in simultaneous bilingual acquisition: The case of Dutch gender
by SharonUnsworth
pp 86-110

Effect of multiple translations and cognate status on translation recognition performance of balanced bilinguals
by RogerBoada, RosaSánchez-Casas, JoséM.Gavilán, José EugenioGarcía-Albea, NatashaTokowicz
pp 183-197

The development of associative word learning in monolingual and bilingual infants
by KristaByers-Heinlein, ChristopherT.Fennell, JanetFWerker
pp 198-205

The role of language dominance in cross-linguistic syntactic influence: A Korean child's use of null subjects in attriting English
by Sang-GuKang
pp 219-230

Intelligibility of American English vowels of native and non-native speakers in quiet and speech-shaped noise
by ChangLiu, Su-HyunJin
pp 206-218

Syntactic transfer in English-speaking Spanish learners
by LauraM.Morett, BrianMacwhinney
pp 132-151

Phonetic equivalence in the acquisition of // by Spanish–English bilingual children
by JessicaABarlow, PaigeE.Branson, IgnatiusS. B.Nip
pp 68-85

BIL volume 16 issue 1 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

On the nature of morphological awareness in Japanese–English bilingual children: A cross-linguistic perspective
by YukoHayashi, VictoriaA.Murphy
pp 49-67

On the nature of cross-linguistic transfer: A case study of Andean Spanish
by AntjeG.Muntendam
pp 111-131

Parental language mixing: Its measurement and the relation of mixed input to young bilingual children's vocabulary size
by KristaByers-Heinlein
pp 32-48

Measuring metasyntactic ability among heritage language children
by DaphnéeSimard, VeroniqueFortier, DenisFoucambert
pp 19-31

BIL volume 16 issue 1 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Is multilingualism linked to a higher tolerance of ambiguity?
by Jean-MarcAdrienDewaele, LiWei
pp 231-240

Gender and number agreement in the oral production of Arabic Heritage speakers
by AbdulkafiAlbirini, AbbasBenmamoun, BrahimChakrani
pp 1-18

Processing empty categories in a second language: When naturalistic exposure fills the (intermediate) gap
by ChristosPliatsikas, TheodorosMarinis
pp 167-182

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Morphology
Syntax
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 23.5070