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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   21 / 4
Date: 2018
Table of Contents: INTRODUCTION: Recent developments in early bilingualism
by Tanja Kupisch
pp 653-655

Early child second language acquisition: French gender in German children
by Jürgen Meisel
pp 656-673

The development of gender in simultaneous and successive bilingual acquisition of French – Evidence for AOA and input effects
by Jonas Granfeldt
pp 674-693

Crosslinguistic influence in the discovery of gender: the case of Greek–Dutch bilingual children
by Evelyn Egger, Aafke Hulk, Ianthi Tsimpli
pp 694-709

The development of rhotics: a comparison of monolingual and bilingual children
by Margaret Kehoe
pp 710-731

Aspects of the Phonology of Spanish as a Heritage Language: from Incomplete Acquisition to Transfer
by Conxita Lleó
pp 732-747

Cross-linguistic similarities and differences in bilingual acquisition and attrition: Possessives and double definiteness in Norwegian heritage language
by Merete Anderssen, Björn Lundquist, Marit Westergaard
pp 748-764

The same or different: An investigation of cognitive and metalinguistic correlates of Chinese word reading for native and non-native Chinese speaking children
by Yanling Zhou, Catherine McBride
pp 765-781

Cross-language semantic influences in different script bilinguals
by Tamar Degani, Anat Prior, Walaa Hajajra
pp 782-804

Differences in phonetic-to-lexical perceptual mapping of L1 and L2 regional accents
by Saioa Larraza, Catherine Best
pp 805-825

Studying texts in a second language: No disadvantage in long-term recognition memory
by Heleen Beken, Evy Woumans, Marc Brysbaert
pp 826-838

The role of general executive functions in receptive language switching and monitoring
by Jussi Jylkkä, Minna Lehtonen, Anna Kuusakoski, Fred Lindholm, Suzanne Hut, Matti Laine
pp 839-855

Translation equivalents facilitate lexical access in very young bilinguals
by Diane Poulin-Dubois, Olivia Kuzyk, Jacqueline Legacy, Pascal Zesiger, Margaret Friend
pp 856-866

From Bilingualism to Bilingualisms: Bilingual experience in Edinburgh and Singapore affects attentional control differently
by Seok Ooi, Winston Goh, Antonella Sorace, Thomas Bak
pp 867-879

Translation equivalents facilitate lexical access in very young bilinguals – CORRIGENDUM
by Diane Poulin-Dubois, Olivia Kuzyk, Jacqueline Legacy, Pascal Zesiger, Margaret Friend
pp 880-880

Effects of early home language environment II: Speech comprehension and cognitive functions – ERRATUM
by Lily Tao, Qing Cai
pp 881-881

BIL volume 21 issue 4 Cover and Front matter
by Tanja Kupisch
pp f1-f2

BIL volume 21 issue 4 Cover and Back matter
by Tanja Kupisch
pp b1-b5

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 29.3132