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Revitalizing Endangered Languages

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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   22 / 5
Date: 2019
Table of Contents: Native and non-native (L1-Mandarin) speakers of English differ in online use of verb-based cues about sentence structure
by Zhiying Qian, Eun-Kyung Lee, Dora Lu, Susan Garnsey
pp 897-911

Processing foreign-accented speech in a second language: Evidence from ERPs during sentence comprehension in bilinguals
by Sarah Grey, Laura Schubel, James McQueen, Janet Hell
pp 912-929

The nature of first and second language processing: The role of cognitive control and L2 proficiency during text-level comprehension
by Ana Pérez, Laura Hansen, Teresa Bajo
pp 930-948

Using clausal embedding to identify language impairment in sequential bilinguals
by Maureen Scheidnes, Laurice Tuller
pp 949-967

The central processing bottleneck during word production: Comparing simultaneous interpreters, bilinguals and monolinguals
by Longjiao Sui, Haidee Kruger, Helen Slatyer
pp 968-985

Effects of home language input on the vocabulary knowledge of sequential bilingual children
by Shirley Chueng, Pui Kan, Ellie Winicour, Jerry Yang
pp 986-1004

A comparison of verb and noun retrieval in Mandarin–English bilinguals with English-speaking monolinguals
by Ran Li, Yasmeen Faroqi-Shah, Min Wang
pp 1005-1028

What do I choose? Influence of interlocutor awareness on bilingual language choice during voluntary object naming
by Keerthana Kapiley, Ramesh Mishra
pp 1029-1051

Bilingualism as a desirable difficulty: Advantages in word learning depend on regulation of the dominant language
by Cari Bogulski, Kinsey Bice, Judith Kroll
pp 1052-1067

Language dominance predicts cognate effects and inhibitory control in young adult bilinguals
by Jonathan Anthony, Henrike Blumenfeld
pp 1068-1084

Robustness of phonolexical representations relates to phonetic flexibility for difficult second language sound contrasts
by Miquel Llompart, Eva Reinisch
pp 1085-1100

Now you hear it, now you don't: Malleable illusory vowel effects in Spanish–English bilinguals
by Matthew Carlson
pp 1101-1122

Explicit and implicit aptitude effects on second language speech learning: Scrutinizing segmental and suprasegmental sensitivity and performance via behavioural and neurophysiological measures
by Kazuya Saito, Hui Sun, Adam Tierney
pp 1123-1140

When blue is a disyllabic word: Perceptual epenthesis in the mental lexicon of second language learners
by Isabelle Darcy, Trisha Thomas
pp 1141-1159

Linguistic immersion and structural effects on the bilingual brain: a longitudinal study
by Vincent Deluca, Jason Rothman, Christos Pliatsikas
pp 1160-1175

Bilinguals as “experts”? Comparing performance of mono- to bilingual individuals via a mousetracking paradigm
by Markus Damian, Wenting Ye, Minah Oh, Sian Yang
pp 1176-1193

A diffusion model approach to analyzing performance on the Flanker task: The role of the DLPFC
by Sergio Soares, Gabriel Ong, Jubin Abutalebi, Nicola Maschio, David Sewell, Brendan Weekes
pp 1194-1208

Exploring the relationship between multilingualism and tolerance of ambiguity: A survey study from an EFL context
by Rining Wei, Yuhang Hu
pp 1209-1219

BIL volume 22 issue 5 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

BIL volume 22 issue 5 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 30.4409