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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   15 / 2
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: On the distinction between preposition stranding and orphan prepositions
by Yves Roberge
pp 243-246

Is retrieval-induced forgetting behind the bilingual disadvantage in word production?
by Elin Runnqvist, Albert Costa
pp 365-377

Concurrent models and cross-linguistic analogies in the study of prepositional stranding in French in Canada
by Ricardo Otheguy
pp 226-229

Benchmark varieties and the individual speaker: Indispensable touchstones in studies on language contact
by Martin Elsig
pp 230-232

Cross-linguistic influence in French–English bilingual children's possessive constructions
by Elena Nicoladis
pp 320-328

The construct of language proficiency in the study of bilingualism from a cognitive perspective
by Jan H. Hulstijn
pp 422-433

A milestone study: Structured variability as the key to unraveling (contact-induced) language change
by Rena Torres Cacoullos
pp 233-236

The effect of bilingualism on letter and category fluency tasks in primary school children: Advantage or disadvantage?
by Reza Kormi-Nouri, Ali-Reza Moradi, Shahram Moradi, Saeed Akbari-Zardkhaneh, Haedeh Zahedian
pp 351-364

Comprehension of competing argument marking systems in two Australian mixed languages
by Carmel O'Shannessy, Felicity Meakins
pp 378-396

Receptive vocabulary differences in monolingual and bilingual adults
by Ellen Bialystok, Gigi Luk
pp 397-401

Acquisition of complement clitics and tense morphology in internationally adopted children acquiring French
by K. Gauthier, Fred Genesee, K. Kasparian
pp 304-319

The relation between the working memory skills of sign language interpreters and the quality of their interpretations
by Rick Van Dijk, Ingrid K. Christoffels, Albert Postma, Daan Hermans
pp 340-350

Cross-language effects in written word recognition: The case of bilingual deaf children
by Ellen A. Ormel, Daan Hermans, Harry Knoors, Ludo Verhoeven
pp 288-303

Can native Japanese listeners learn to differentiate /r–l/ on the basis of F3 onset frequency?
by Erin M. Ingvalson, Lori L. Holt, James L. McClelland
pp 255-274

Linguistically directed attention to the temporal aspect of action events in monolingual English speakers and Chinese–English bilingual speakers with varying English proficiency
by Jenn-Yeu Chen, Jui-Ju Su, Chao-Yang Lee, Padraig G. O'Seaghdha
pp 413-421

Preposition stranding and orphaning: The case of bare prepositions in French
by Georg A. Kaiser
pp 240-242

Stop consonant productions of Korean–English bilingual children
by Sue Ann S. Lee, Gregory K. Iverson
pp 275-287

Can experience with co-speech gesture influence the prosody of a sign language? Sign language prosodic cues in bimodal bilinguals
by Diane Brentari, Marie A. Nadolske, George Wolford
pp 402-412

Phrase-final prepositions in Quebec French: An empirical study of contact, code-switching and resistance to convergence
by Shana Poplack, Lauren Renee Zentz, Nathalie Dion
pp 203-225

Another icon of language contact shattered
by Pieter C. Muysken
pp 237-239

Coordinating comprehension and production in simultaneous interpreters: Evidence from the Articulatory Suppression Effect
by Carolina Yudes, Pedro Macizo, Maria Teresa Bajo
pp 329-339

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): American Sign Language
Chinese, Mandarin
Kurdish, Northern
Persian, Iranian
Kurdish, Central
Kurdish, Southern
Language Family(ies): Sign Language
LL Issue: 23.4020