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TOC: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 16/2 (2013)

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Date: 11-Mar-2013
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Subject: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition Vol. 16, No. 2 (2013)
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition Volume Number: 16 Issue Number: 2 Issue Date: 2013

Main Text:

Computational modeling of bilingualism: How can models tell us more about thebilingual mind?Ping Li

A neural network model of the effects of entrenchment and memory developmenton grammatical gender learning
Robert DeKeyser, Derek Monner, Karen Vatz, Giovanna Morini, So-One Hwang

Learning the lexical aspects of a second language at different proficiencies: Aneural computational study
Cristiano Cuppini, Elisa Magosso, Mauro Ursino

Simulating cross-language priming with a dynamic computational model of thelexicon
Ping Li, Xiaowei Zhao

The Bilingual Language Interaction Network for Comprehension of Speech
Anthony Shook, Viorica Marian

A computational account of bilingual aphasia rehabilitationSwathi Kiran, Uli Grasemann, Chaleece Sandberg, Risto Miikkulainen

Modeling of word translation: Activation flow from concepts to lexical items
Ardi Roelofs, Svetlana Gerakaki, Ton Dijkstra

Orthographic influences on division of labor in learning to read Chinese andEnglish: Insights from computational modelingHua Shu, Jason Zevin, Jianfeng Yang, Bruce McCandliss

Individual differences reveal stages of L2 grammatical acquisition: ERP evidenceJulia Herschensohn, Darren Tanner, Judith McLaughlin, Lee Osterhout

L1 and L2 picture naming in Mandarin–English bilinguals: A test of Bilingual DualCoding TheoryDebra Jared, Rebecca Pei Yun Poh, Allan Paivio

German pitches in English: Production and perception of cross-varietal differencesin L2Christiane Ulbrich

The timing and magnitude of Stroop interference and facilitation in monolingualsand bilingualsWalter van Heuven, Kathy Conklin, Emily Coderre

Examining English–German translation ambiguity using primed translationrecognitionNatasha Tokowicz, Chelsea Eddington

Translation ambiguity but not word class predicts translation performanceJudith Kroll, Brian Macwhinney, Anat Prior

Inhibitory control predicts language switching performance in trilingual speechproduction – CORRIGENDUM
Gretchen Sunderman, John Schwieter, Jared Linck

Priming of code-switches in sentences: The role of lexical repetition, cognates,and language proficiency – CORRIGENDUM
Ton Dijkstra, Janet van Hell, Gerrit Jan Kootsra

BIL volume 16 issue 2 Cover and Front matter

BIL volume 16 issue 2 Cover and Back matter

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science                             Computational Linguistics                             Language Acquisition                             Psycholinguistics                             Sociolinguistics

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