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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   16/3
Table of Contents: L1–L2 convergence in clausal packaging in Japanese and English
by Amanda Brown, Marianne Gullberg
pp 477-494

Memory for emotional words in the first and the second language: Effects of the encoding task
by Pilar Ferré, Rosa Sánchez-Casas, Isabel Fraga
pp 495-507

The influence of sentence context and accented speech on lexical access in second-language auditory word recognition
by Evelyne Lagrou, Robert J. Hartsuiker, Wouter Duyck
pp 508-517

Second language sentence processing in reading for comprehension and translation
by Jung Hyun Lim, Kiel Christianson
pp 518-537

Gender in Italian–German bilinguals: A comparison with German L2 learners of Italian
by Giulia Bianchi
pp 538-557

The role of dynamic contrasts in the L2 acquisition of Spanish past tense morphology
by Laura Domínguez, Nicole Tracy-Ventura, María J. Arche, Rosamond Mitchell, Florence Myles
pp 558-577

Comparison of Spanish morphology in monolingual and Spanish–English bilingual children with and without language impairment
by Gareth P. Morgan, M. Adelaida Restrepo, Alejandra Auza
pp 578-596

Cognitive advantage in children enrolled in a second-language immersion elementary school program for three years
by Anne-Catherine Nicolay, Martine Poncelet
pp 597-607

The effects of bilingualism on efficiency and lateralization of attentional networks
by Anna Marzecová, Dariusz Asanowicz, L'uba Kravá, Zofia Wodniecka
pp 608-623

Direction asymmetries in spoken and signed language interpreting
by Brenda S. Nicodemus, Karen Emmorey
pp 624-636

Reading authentic texts: What counts as cognate?
by Laura Winther Balling
pp 637-653

Learning a novel pattern through balanced and skewed input
by Kim McDonough, Pavel Trofimovich
pp 654-662

Developmental trends and L1 effects in early L2 learners’ onset cluster production
by Anne-Michelle Tessier, Tamara Sorenson Duncan, Johannes Paradis
pp 663-681

Parallel processing of the target language during source language comprehension in interpreting
by Yanping Dong, Jiexuan Lin
pp 682-692

Speech rhythm of monolingual and bilingual children at age 2;6: Cantonese and English
by Peggy P. K. Mok
pp 693-703

Late-L2 increased reliance on L1 neurocognitive substrates: A comment on Babcock, Stowe, Maloof, Brovetto & Ullman (2012)
by Michel Paradis
pp 704-707

BIL volume 16 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b3

BIL volume 16 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin
Catalan-Valencian-Balear
Danish
Dutch
English
Esperanto
French
German
Hindi
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Spanish
Chinese, Yue
 
LL Issue: 24.2177