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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   14/1
Table of Contents: Conceptual transfer: Crosslinguistic effects in categorization and construal
by Scott H. Jarvis
pp 1-8

Kitchen Russian: Cross-linguistic differences and first-language object naming by Russian–English bilinguals
by Aneta Pavlenko, Barbara C. Malt
pp 19-45

L2 effects on L1 event conceptualization
by Emanuel Bylund, Scott H. Jarvis
pp 47-59

Event conceptualization by early Dutch–German bilinguals: Insights from linguistic and eye-tracking data
by Monique Flecken
pp 61-77

Bidirectional cross-linguistic influence in event conceptualization? Expressions of Path among Japanese learners of English
by Amanda Brown, Marianne Gullberg
pp 79-94

Representation of colour concepts in bilingual cognition: The case of Japanese blues
by Panos Athanasopoulos, Ljubica Damjanovic, Andrea Krajciova, Miho Sasaki
pp 9-17

Transfer of conceptualization patterns in bilinguals: The construal of motion events in Turkish and German
by Helmut Michael Daller, Jeanine Treffers-Daller, Reyhan Furman
pp 95-119

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): Dutch
English
German
Greek, Modern
Japanese
Russian
Spanish
Swedish
Turkish
 
LL Issue: 22.198