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Mon Jun 27 2011

FYI: ISB8 Bilingualism Poster Prize & BLC Papers

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        1.     Martine Walsh , ISB8 Bilingualism Poster Prize & BLC Papers

Message 1: ISB8 Bilingualism Poster Prize & BLC Papers
Date: 27-Jun-2011
From: Martine Walsh <mwalshcambridge.org>
Subject: ISB8 Bilingualism Poster Prize & BLC Papers
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The Editors of Bilingualism: Language and Cognition are pleased to
announce the winners and runners up of the International Symposium of
Bilingualism poster prize that was recently awarded in Oslo.


1st Place: The neural basis of simultaneous interpretation: a functional
magnetic resonance imaging investigation of novice simultaneous
interpreters (Alexis Georges Hervais-Adelman, Barbara Moser-Mercer,
Christoph M. Michel, and Narly Golestani)

2nd Place: Sentential cues to a word's language boost bilingual and
monolingual infants' learning of minimal pairs (Christopher Terrence
Fennell, Krista Byers-Heinlein)

3rd Place: Investigating the bilingual advantage on executive control
with the verbal and numerical Stroop task: interference or facilitation
account? (Marianna Boros, Anna Marzecov√°, and Zofia Wodniecka)

4th Place: Bilingual speech accommodation in rural Welsh pharmacies:
quantitative and qualitative measures (Myfyr Prys, Michelle Nelson,
Margaret Deuchar, and Gwerfyl Roberts)


Age of Second Language Exposure Mediates Inhibitory Function (Sarah A.
Chabal, Spencer D. Kelly, and Viorica Marian)

The role of L1 verbal information in L2 syntactic processing (Amelia J
Dietrich, and Paola E. Dussias)

Executive function in different levels of bilingualism (Rotem Ravet
Hirsh, Anat Prior, and Mila Schwartz)

Perceptual sensitivity to stress in Mandarin-English and Korean-English
bilinguals (Candise Yue Lin, Min Wang, and Yi Xu)

In conjunction with this the Editors are pleased to offer a selection of
highly cited and downloaded articles from the journal.


Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

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