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Journal Title: Bilingualism: Language and Cognition
Volume/Issue:   16/2
Date: 2013
Table of Contents: Computational modeling of bilingualism: How can models tell us more about the bilingual mind?
by Ping Li
pp 241-245

A neural network model of the effects of entrenchment and memory development on grammatical gender learning
by Derek Monner, Karen Vatz, Giovanna Morini, So-One Hwang, Robert DeKeyser
pp 246-265

Learning the lexical aspects of a second language at different proficiencies: A neural computational study
by Cristiano Cuppini, Elisa Magosso, Mauro Ursino
pp 266-287

Simulating cross-language priming with a dynamic computational model of the lexicon
by Xiaowei Zhao, Ping Li
pp 288-303

The Bilingual Language Interaction Network for Comprehension of Speech
by Anthony Shook, Viorica Marian
pp 304-324

A computational account of bilingual aphasia rehabilitation
by Swathi Kiran, Uli Grasemann, Chaleece Sandberg, Risto Miikkulainen
pp 325-342

Modeling of word translation: Activation flow from concepts to lexical items
by Ardi Roelofs, Ton Dijkstra, Svetlana Gerakaki
pp 343-353

Orthographic influences on division of labor in learning to read Chinese and English: Insights from computational modeling
by Jianfeng Yang, Hua Shu, Bruce D. McCandliss, Jason Zevin
pp 354-366

Individual differences reveal stages of L2 grammatical acquisition: ERP evidence
by Darren Scott Tanner, Judith McLaughlin, Julia Rogers Herschensohn, Lee Osterhout
pp 367-382

L1 and L2 picture naming in Mandarin–English bilinguals: A test of Bilingual Dual Coding Theory
by Debra Jared, Rebecca Pei Yun Poh, Allan Paivio
pp 383-396

German pitches in English: Production and perception of cross-varietal differences in L2
by Christiane Ulbrich
pp 397-419

The timing and magnitude of Stroop interference and facilitation in monolinguals and bilinguals
by Emily L. Coderre, Walter J. B. van Heuven, Kathy Conklin
pp 420-441

Examining English–German translation ambiguity using primed translation recognition
by Chelsea M. Eddington, Natasha Tokowicz
pp 442-457

Translation ambiguity but not word class predicts translation performance
by Anat Prior, Judith F. Kroll, Brian Macwhinney
pp 458-474

Inhibitory control predicts language switching performance in trilingual speech production
by Jared A. Linck, John W. Schwieter, Gretchen Sunderman
pp 475-475

Priming of code-switches in sentences: The role of lexical repetition, cognates, and language proficiency – CORRIGENDUM
by Gerrit Jan Kootsra, Janet G van Hell, Ton Dijkstra
pp 476-476

BIL volume 16 issue 2 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b6

BIL volume 16 issue 2 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics
Cognitive Science
Language Acquisition
LL Issue: 24.1203