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Revitalizing Endangered Languages

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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   24 / 3
Date: 2021
Table of Contents: Morphological processing in heritage speakers: A masked priming study on the Turkish aorist
by Serkan Uygun, Harald Clahsen
pp 415-426

Children's interpretation of negation and quantifier scope in L3 English
by Kyuhee Jo, Kitaek Kim, Hyunwoo Kim
pp 427-438

Young learners’ L2 English after the onset of instruction: longitudinal development of L2 proficiency and the role of individual differences
by Vanessa Wilde, Marc Brysbaert, June Eyckmans
pp 439-453

The missing link in Spanish heritage trill production
by Gemma Repiso-Puigdelliura, Ji Kim
pp 454-466

Matching the Mismatch: The interaction between perceptual and conceptual cues in bilinguals’ speech perception
by Noelle Wig, Adrián García-Sierra
pp 467-480

Phonetic categorization ability and vocabulary size contribute to the encoding of difficult second-language phonological contrasts into the lexicon
by Miquel Llompart
pp 481-496

High-Variability Phonetic Training enhances second language lexical processing: evidence from online training of French learners of English
by Gerda Melnik, Sharon Peperkamp
pp 497-506

L2-L1 noncognate masked translation priming as a task-specific phenomenon
by Mark McPhedran, Stephen Lupker
pp 507-523

Overlapping and distinct neural networks supporting novel word learning in bilinguals and monolinguals
by Iske Bakker-Marshall, Atsuko Takashima, Carla Fernandez, Gabriele Janzen, James McQueen, Janet Hell
pp 524-536

Reading across writing systems: A meta-analysis of the neural correlates for first and second language reading
by Hehui Li, Jia Zhang, Guosheng Ding
pp 537-548

An ear and eye for language: Mechanisms underlying second language word learning
by Marie-Josée Bisson, Anuenue Kukona, Angelos Lengeris
pp 549-568

Profiles of bilingualism in early childhood: A person-centred Latent Profile Transition Approach
by Ryanne Francot, Elma Blom, Martine Broekhuizen, Paul Leseman
pp 569-582

Does language switching behavior rely on general executive functions?
by Jussi Jylkkä, Matti Laine, Minna Lehtonen
pp 583-595

BLC mini-series: Tools to document bilingual experiences – CORRIGENDUM
by Gigi Luk, Alena Esposito
pp 596-596

BIL volume 24 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

BIL volume 24 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 32.1777