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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   24 / 4
Date: 2021
Table of Contents: Obituary: Pieter Muysken
by Harald Clahsen
pp 597-598

Non-native Readers Are More Sensitive to Changes in Surface Linguistic Information than Native Readers
by Denisa Bordag, Andreas Opitz, Max Polter, Michael Meng
pp 599-611

Bilinguals on the garden-path: Individual differences in syntactic ambiguity resolution
by Trevor Brothers, Liv Hoversten, Matthew Traxler
pp 612-627

Reanalysis processes in non-native sentence comprehension
by Hiroki Fujita, Ian Cunnings
pp 628-641

The neural timecourse of American English vowel discrimination by Japanese, Russian and Spanish second-language learners of English
by Valerie Shafer, Sarah Kresh, Kikuyo Ito, Miwako Hisagi, Nancy Vidal, Eve Higby, Daniela Castillo, Winifred Strange
pp 642-655

Phonological transfer effects in novice learners: A learner's brain detects grammar errors only if the language sounds familiar
by Sabine Berthelsen, Merle Horne, Yury Shtyrov, Mikael Roll
pp 656-669

N170 reflects visual familiarity and automatic sublexical phonological access in L2 written word processing
by Yen Yum, Sam-Po Law
pp 670-680

Priming and persistence in bilinguals: What codeswitching tells us about lexical priming in sentential contexts
by Michael Johns, Laura Rodrigo, Rosa Tamargo, Aliza Winneg, Paola Dussias
pp 681-693

Bilingual acquisition of reference: The role of language experience, executive functions and cross-linguistic effects
by Jacopo Torregrossa, Maria Andreou, Christiane Bongartz, Ianthi Tsimpli
pp 694-706

Language of instruction affects language interference in the third language
by Brendan Tomoschuk, Wouter Duyck, Robert Hartsuiker, Victor Ferreira, Tamar Gollan
pp 707-718

The effects of input and output modalities on language switching between Chinese and English
by Wai Wong, Urs Maurer
pp 719-729

Cognitive restructuring in the multilingual mind: language-specific effects on processing efficiency of caused motion events in Cantonese–English–Japanese speakers
by Yi Wang, Li Wei
pp 730-745

Lexical alignment is affected by addressee but not speaker nativeness
by Ellise Suffill, Timea Kutasi, Martin Pickering, Holly Branigan
pp 746-757

Literacy, metalinguistic, and executive functions processing in bilingual children speakers of similar typology languages in a border area
by Talita Gonçalves, Vanisa Viapiana, Rochele Fonseca, Lilian Hübner
pp 758-766

The role of L1 and L2 frequency in cross-linguistic structural priming: An artificial language learning study
by Merel Muylle, Sarah Bernolet, Robert Hartsuiker
pp 767-778

Cross-linguistic interactions across modalities: Effects of the oral language on sign production
by Marc Gimeno-Martínez, Andreas Mädebach, Cristina Baus
pp 779-790

Insights into codeswitching from online communication: Effects of language preference and conditions arising from vocabulary richness
by Laurie Feldman, Vidhushini Srinivasan, Rachel Fernandes, Samira Shaikh
pp 791-797

How are words felt in a second language: Norms for 2,628 English words for valence and arousal by L2 speakers– CORRIGENDUM
by Constance Imbault, Debra Titone, Amy Warriner, Victor Kuperman
pp 798-798

BIL volume 24 issue 4 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

BIL volume 24 issue 4 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 32.2654