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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   22 / 3
Date: 2019
Table of Contents: Persistent differences between native speakers and late bilinguals: Evidence from inflectional and derivational processing in older speakers
by Jana Reifegerste, Kirill Elin, Harald Clahsen
pp 425-440

Cross-linguistic activation of implicit causality biases in Korean learners of English
by Hyunwoo Kim, Theres Grüter
pp 441-455

A Bayesian approach to establishing coreference in second language discourse: Evidence from implicit causality and consequentiality verbs
by Wei Cheng, Amit Almor
pp 456-475

The impact of cross-language phonological overlap on bilingual and monolingual toddlers’ word recognition
by Katie Holzen, Christopher Fennell, Nivedita Mani
pp 476-499

Noticing vocabulary holes aids incidental second language word learning: An experimental study
by Johanna Vos, Herbert Schriefers, Kristin Lemhöfer
pp 500-515

When a seven is not a seven: Self-ratings of bilingual language proficiency differ between and within language populations
by Brendan Tomoschuk, Victor Ferreira, Tamar Gollan
pp 516-536

Bilingual lexical access: A dynamic operation modulated by word-status and individual differences in inhibitory control
by Aruna Sudarshan, Shari Baum
pp 537-554

On the flexibility of bilingual language control: The effect of language context
by Kalinka Timmer, Ingrid Christoffels, Albert Costa
pp 555-568

Lexical selection, cross-language interaction, and switch costs in habitually codeswitching bilinguals
by Souad Kheder, Edith Kaan
pp 569-589

Cognitive control among immersed bilinguals: Considering differences in linguistic and non-linguistic processing
by Laura Sabourin, Santa Vīnerte
pp 590-605

A domain-general monitoring account of language switching in recognition tasks: Evidence for adaptive control
by Esli Struys, Evy Woumans, Soudabeh Nour, Olga Kepinska, Maurits Noort
pp 606-623

Symmetries of bilingual language switch costs in conflicting versus non-conflicting contexts
by Cong Liu, Lu Jiao, Ziyi Wang, Mengxing Wang, Ruiming Wang, Yan Wu
pp 624-636

The effects of language dominance switch in bilinguals: Galician new speakers' speech production and perception
by Gisela Lourido, Bronwen Evans
pp 637-654

BIL volume 22 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
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BIL volume 22 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 30.2845