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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   23 / 4
Date: 2020
Table of Contents: Interpreting: A window into bilingual processing
by Yanping Dong, Ping Li, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 703-705

A theory of prediction in simultaneous interpreting
by Rhona Amos, Martin Pickering, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 706-715

Attentional control in interpreting: A model of language control and processing control
by Yanping Dong, Ping Li, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 716-728

Taxing the bilingual mind: Effects of simultaneous interpreting experience on verbal and executive mechanisms
reviewed by Adolfo García, Edinson Muñoz, Boris Kogan, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 729-739

The neurobiology of simultaneous interpreting: Where extreme language control and cognitive control intersect
reviewed by Alexis Hervais-Adelman, Laura Babcock, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 740-751

Slowly but surely: Interpreting facilitates L2 morphological anticipation based on suprasegmental and segmental information
by Cristina Lozano-Argüelles, Nuria Sagarra, Joseph Casillas, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 752-762

White matter microstructure predicts foreign language learning in army interpreters
by Johan Mårtensson, Johan Eriksson, Nils Bodammer, Magnus Lindgren, Mikael Johansson, Lars Nyberg, Martin Lövdén, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 763-771

Adaptive control in interpreters: Assessing the impact of training and experience on working memory
by Soudabeh Nour, Esli Struys, Helene Stengers, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 772-779

Gaze and eye movement in dialogue interpreting: An eye-tracking study
by Elisabet Tiselius, Kayle Sneed, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 780-787

Language selection contributes to intrusion errors in speaking: Evidence from picture naming
by Xiaochen Zheng, Ardi Roelofs, Kristin Lemhöfer, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 788-800

Understudied factors contributing to variability in cognitive performance related to language learning
by Madeleine Long, Mariana Vega-Mendoza, Hannah Rohde, Antonella Sorace, Thomas Bak, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 801-811

The effect of second-language vocabulary on word retrieval in the native language
by Eve Higby, Seamus Donnelly, Jungmee Yoon, Loraine Obler, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 812-824

Vulnerability of clitics and articles to bilingual effects in typically developing Spanish–English bilingual children
by Anny Castilla-Earls, Ana Pérez-Leroux, Lourdes Martinez-Nieto, Maria Restrepo, Christopher Barr, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 825-835

Mixing the stimulus list in bilingual lexical decision turns cognate facilitation effects into mirrored inhibition effects
by Flora Vanlangendonck, David Peeters, Shirley-Ann Rueschemeyer, Ton Dijkstra, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 836-844

Complexity matching and lexical matching in monolingual and bilingual conversations
by Sara Schneider, Adolfo Ramirez-Aristizabal, Carol Gavilan, Christopher Kello, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 845-857

Monolinguals and bilinguals respond differently to a delayed matching-to-sample task: An ERP study
by Cassandra Morrison, Farooq Kamal, Kim Le, Vanessa Taler, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 858-868

You win some, you lose some: Comprehension and event-related potential evidence for L1 attrition
by David Miller, Jason Rothman, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 869-883

How do bilingual dyslexic and typically developing children perform in nonword repetition? Evidence from a study on Italian L2 children
by Maria Vender, Denis Delfitto, Chiara Melloni, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 884-896

Error-related negativity (ERN) and ‘hot’ executive function in bilingual and monolingual preschoolers
by Srishti Nayak, Amanda Tarullo, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 897-908

How different code-switching types modulate bilinguals’ executive functions: A dual control mode perspective
by Julia Hofweber, Theodoros Marinis, Jeanine Treffers-Daller, Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp 909-925

BIL volume 23 issue 4 Cover and Front matter
by Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp f1-f2

BIL volume 23 issue 4 Cover and Back matter
by Yanping Dong, Ping Li
pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 31.2623