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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   12/3
Date: 2009
Table of Contents: A Quick, Gradient Bilingual Dominance Scale
by Alexandra L. Dunn, Jean E. Fox Tree
pp 273-289

Emotion-Memory Effects in Bilingual Speakers: A levels-of-processing approach
by Ayse Ayçiçegi-Dinn, Catherine Caldwell-Harris
pp 291-303

Effects of Age of L2 Acquisition on L1 Event Conceptualization Patterns
by Emanuel Bylund
pp 305-322

Finding le mot juste: Differences between bilingual and monolingual children's lexical access in comprehension and production
by Stephanie Yan, Elena Nicoladis
pp 323-335

Acquisition of Article Semantics by Child and Adult L2-English Learners
by Tania Ionin, María Luisa Zubizarreta, Vadim Philippov
pp 337-361

Back to Basics: Incomplete knowledge of Differential Object Marking in Spanish heritage speakers
by Silvina A Montrul, Melissa A Bowles
pp 363-383

Native-Language Benefit for Understanding Speech-in-Noise: The contribution of semantics
by Narly Golestani, Stuart Rosen, Sophie K. Scott
pp 385-392

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
 
LL Issue: 20.2428