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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   13 / 3
Table of Contents: Repetition and masked form priming within and between languages using word and nonword neighbors
by TonDijkstra, BérylHilberink-Schulpen, WalterJ. B.van Heuven
pp 341-357

Ambiguous words are harder to learn
by TamarDegani, NatashaTokowicz
pp 299-314

The impact of bilingualism on the executive control and orienting networks of attention
by MireiaHernández, AlbertCosta, LuisJFuentes, AnaBVivas, NúriaSebastián-Gallés
pp 315-325

Models as hypothesis generators and models as roadmaps
by MarcBrysbaert, NeleVerreyt, WouterDuyck
pp 383-384

Masked translation priming with semantic categorization: Testing the Sense Model
by XinWang, KennethI.Forster
pp 327-340

Is it time to leave behind the Revised Hierarchical Model of bilingual language processing after fifteen years of service?
by MarcBrysbaert, WouterDuyck
pp 359-371

The Revised Hierarchical Model: A critical review and assessment
by JudithF.Kroll, JanetGvan Hell, NatashaTokowicz, DavidWGreen
pp 373-381

Effects of age and experience on the production of English word-final stops by Korean speakers
by WendyBaker
pp 263-278

Explaining individual variation in L2 perception: Rounded vowels in English learners of German
by RobertAlexanderMayr, PaolaEscudero
pp 279-297

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Computational Linguistics
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 21.3073