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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   15 / 2
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: On the distinction between preposition stranding and orphan prepositions
by YvesRoberge
pp 243-246

Is retrieval-induced forgetting behind the bilingual disadvantage in word production?
by ElinRunnqvist, AlbertCosta
pp 365-377

Concurrent models and cross-linguistic analogies in the study of prepositional stranding in French in Canada
by RicardoOtheguy
pp 226-229

Benchmark varieties and the individual speaker: Indispensable touchstones in studies on language contact
by MartinElsig
pp 230-232

Cross-linguistic influence in French–English bilingual children's possessive constructions
by ElenaNicoladis
pp 320-328

The construct of language proficiency in the study of bilingualism from a cognitive perspective
by JanH.Hulstijn
pp 422-433

A milestone study: Structured variability as the key to unraveling (contact-induced) language change
by RenaTorresCacoullos
pp 233-236

The effect of bilingualism on letter and category fluency tasks in primary school children: Advantage or disadvantage?
by RezaKormi-Nouri, Ali-RezaMoradi, ShahramMoradi, SaeedAkbari-Zardkhaneh, HaedehZahedian
pp 351-364

Comprehension of competing argument marking systems in two Australian mixed languages
by CarmelO'Shannessy, FelicityMeakins
pp 378-396

Receptive vocabulary differences in monolingual and bilingual adults
by EllenBialystok, GigiLuk
pp 397-401

Acquisition of complement clitics and tense morphology in internationally adopted children acquiring French
by K.Gauthier, FredGenesee, K.Kasparian
pp 304-319

The relation between the working memory skills of sign language interpreters and the quality of their interpretations
by RickVan Dijk, IngridK.Christoffels, AlbertPostma, DaanHermans
pp 340-350

Cross-language effects in written word recognition: The case of bilingual deaf children
by EllenA.Ormel, DaanHermans, HarryKnoors, LudoVerhoeven
pp 288-303

Can native Japanese listeners learn to differentiate /r–l/ on the basis of F3 onset frequency?
by Erin M.Ingvalson, LoriL.Holt, JamesL.McClelland
pp 255-274

Linguistically directed attention to the temporal aspect of action events in monolingual English speakers and Chinese–English bilingual speakers with varying English proficiency
by Jenn-YeuChen, Jui-JuSu, Chao-YangLee, PadraigG.O'Seaghdha
pp 413-421

Preposition stranding and orphaning: The case of bare prepositions in French
by GeorgA.Kaiser
pp 240-242

Stop consonant productions of Korean–English bilingual children
by Sue AnnS.Lee, GregoryK.Iverson
pp 275-287

Can experience with co-speech gesture influence the prosody of a sign language? Sign language prosodic cues in bimodal bilinguals
by DianeBrentari, MarieA.Nadolske, GeorgeWolford
pp 402-412

Phrase-final prepositions in Quebec French: An empirical study of contact, code-switching and resistance to convergence
by ShanaPoplack, LaurenZentz, NathalieDion
pp 203-225

Another icon of language contact shattered
by PieterC.Muysken
pp 237-239

Coordinating comprehension and production in simultaneous interpreters: Evidence from the Articulatory Suppression Effect
by CarolinaYudes, PedroMacizo, Maria TeresaBajo
pp 329-339

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): American Sign Language
Chinese, Mandarin
Kurdish, Northern
Persian, Iranian
Kurdish, Central
Kurdish, Southern
Language Family(ies): Sign Language
LL Issue: 23.4020