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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   9/2
Date: 2006
Table of Contents: The control of speech production by bilingual speakers: Introductory remarks
by Albert Costa, Mikel Santesteban
pp 115-117

Language selectivity is the exception, not the rule: Arguments against a fixed locus of language selection in bilingual speech
by Susan C. Bobb
pp 119-135

The dynamics of bilingual lexical access
by Albert Costa, Wido La Heij, Eduardo Navarrete
pp 137-151

Lexical access in bilingual speakers: What's the (hard) problem?
by Alfonso Caramazza
pp 153-166

Modeling the control of phonological encoding in bilingual speakers
by Kim Verhoff
pp 167-176

Executive function is necessary to enhance lexical processing in a less proficient L2: Evidence from fMRI during picture naming
by pp 177-188

Language control in bilinguals: Monolingual tasks and simultaneous interpreting
by Annette M. B. De Groot
pp 189-201

Natural codeswitching knocks on the laboratory door
by pp 203-212

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
Sociolinguistics
Cognitive Science
 
LL Issue: 17.2376