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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   13/4
Date: 2010
Table of Contents: Semantic interaction in early and late bilinguals: All words are not created equally
by Virginia C. Mueller Gathercole, Ruba Abdelmatloub Moawad
pp 385-408

Adverb code-switching among Miami's Haitian Creole–English second generation
by Benjamin Hebblethwaite
pp 409-428

Past tense grammaticality judgment and production in non-native and stressed native English speakers
by Janet L McDonald, Cristine C. Roussel
pp 429-448

Transfer effects in the interpretation of definite articles by Spanish heritage speakers
by Silvina A Montrul, Tania Ionin
pp 449-473

Interface conditions on postverbal subjects: A corpus study of L2 English
by Cristóbal Lozano, Amaya María Mendikoetxea
pp 475-497

Phonological and visual similarity effects in Chinese and English language users: Implications for the use of cognitive resources in short-term memory
by Rachel L Cole, Susan J. Pickering
pp 499-512

Implicit language learning: Adults' ability to segment words in Norwegian
by Megan M. Kittleson, Jessica M Aguilar, Gry Line Tokerud, Elena Plante, Arve E. Asbjørnsen
pp 513-523

Receptive vocabulary differences in monolingual and bilingual children
by Ellen Bialystok, Gigi Luk, Kathleen F. Peets, Sujin Yang
pp 525-531

The effect of age on language attrition: Evidence from bilingual returnees
by Cristina Maria Flores
pp 533-546

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Phonology
Psycholinguistics
Semantics
Syntax
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
English
Creole, Haitian
Norwegian Nynorsk
Spanish
 
LL Issue: 21.3659