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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   10 / 2
Date: 2007
Table of Contents: Neurocognitive Approaches to Bilingualism: Asian languages
by PingLi, DavidWGreen
pp 117-119

The Universality of Symbolic Representation for Reading in Asian and Alphabetic Languages
by EllenBialystok, GigiLuk
pp 121-129

Reading in Two Writing Systems: Accommodation and assimilation of the brain's reading network
by CharlesAPerfetti, YingLiu, JulieFiez, JessicaNelson, DonaldJ.Bolger, Li-HaiTan
pp 131-146

Neural Plasticity in Speech Acquisition and Learning
by YangZhang, YueWang
pp 147-160

ERP Signatures of Subject–Verb Agreement in L2 Learning
by LangChen, HuaShu, YouyiLiu, JingjingZhao, PingLi
pp 161-174

Cross-Linguistic Influence on Brain Activation During Second Language Processing: An fMRI study
by HyeonjeongJeong, MotoakiSugiura, YukoSassa, SatoruYokoyama, KaoruHorie, ShigeruSato, MasatoTaira, RyutaKawashima
pp 175-187

Exploring Cross-Linguistic Vocabulary Effects on Brain Structures Using Voxel-Based Morphometry
by DavidWGreen, JennyCrinion, CathyJ.Price
pp 189-199

Oral Reading in Bilingual Aphasia: Evidence from Mongolian and Chinese
by Brendan StuartWeekes, I FanSu, WengangYin, XihongZhang
pp 201-210

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Neurolinguistics
Cognitive Science
 
LL Issue: 18.2200