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Mon Jun 27 2011

FYI: ISB8 Bilingualism Poster Prize & BLC Papers

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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.


Winners:

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)


Runners-Up:

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.

http://cup.msgfocus.com/q/16vKNyIgloE/wv

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics


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