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(PDF) The bilingual lexicon. Studies in bilingualism, Vol. 6.

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

Directions for future research such as documenting the underpinnings of recent behavioral findings on polyglots' lexicons, individual variability, and language attrition are outlined. Any errors therein should be reported to them. Responsibility: edited by Robert Schreuder, Bert Weltens. Word-Type Effects in Bilingual Processing Tasks: Support for a mixed-Representational System by Groot, Annette M. When given spoken instructions to pick up an object, in a monolingual session, late bilinguals looked briefly at a distractor object whose name in the irrelevant language was initially phonetically similar to the spoken word more often than they looked at a control distractor object. The contributors to this volume favour a dynamic, developmental perspective on bilingualism, which takes account of the change of the mental lexicon over time and pays considerable attention to the acquisition phase.

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Schreuder Robert, Weltens Bert. The Bilingual Lexicon [PDF]

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

Several topics that warrant further research can be identified: 1. The sizable literature on polyglot aphasia suggests left-hemisphere dominance for all the languages of most polyglots. Word Production and the Bilingual Lexicon by Bot, Kees de ; 11. Concomitantly, Spanish words have few phonological neighbors that are English words. The two behavioural experiments both showed a facilitatory effect of Dutch Family Size, indicating that the morphological family in the L1 is activated regardless of language context. The contributors favor a dynamic, developmental perspective on bilingualism, which takes account of the change of the mental lexicon over time and pays considerable attention to the acquisition phase.

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Schreuder Robert, Weltens Bert. The Bilingual Lexicon [PDF]

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

Several papers deal with the level of proficiency and its consequences for bilingual lexical processing, as well as the effects of practice. Several papers deal with the level of proficiency and its consequences for bilingual lexical processing, as well as the effects of practice. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. This list is based on CrossRef data as of 15 february 2019. . Less negative waveforms were observed for words with a high L1 Family Size compared to words with a low L1 Family Size in the N400 time window, in both the L1 and L2 task.

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Bilingual Lexicon by Robert Schreuder

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

We investigated processing strategies in the reading of Dutch compound words e. The Bilingual Lexicon: An Overview by Schreuder, Robert ; 3. Second, does nontarget language activation in L2 processing spread beyond the item itself, to the morphological family of the activated nontarget word? Details: Master and use copy. The present study examined Morphological Family Size effects in first and second language processing. In this paper we integrate and reinterpret new data from a set of experiments in our lab in order to tease apart many of the factors thought to influence bilingual processing. Attrition of Vocabulary Knowledge by Weltens, Bert ; 9.

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The Bilingual lexicon (eBook, 1993) [yamakyu-fukuya.co.jp]

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

The results are discussed in terms of theories on morphological processing and reading acquisition. A Theoretical Account of Lexical Communication Strategies by Poulisse, Nanda ; 10. This discussion raises numerous questions about the notion of lexical proficiency and how this can be established by objective standards, an area of study that invites collaboration between researchers working from a theoretical and from a practical background. Translating versus Picture Naming: Similarities and Differences by Snodgrass, Joan Gay ; 7. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Eventually we will want to have explanations for the research that suggests differential processing involved in accessing the structural lexicon and semantics of items in the first and second languages, and differences in directional translation between them i. However, the L2 learners were typically less efficient in processing this information.

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The Bilingual Lexicon: An Overview

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

Turkish-Dutch bilingual children L2 and Dutch monolingual children L1 from second, fourth and sixth grade performed a lexical decision task in which the frequency of the whole compound, the frequency of the first constituent and the frequency of the second constituent was manipulated. Specifically we combine data from studies investigating age of immersion AoI , manner of acquisition MoA , proficiency and context of bilingualism to 1 investigate the organization of the bilingual mental lexicon and 2 determine the nature of the interaction between bilingualism and cog-nitive control. Several papers deal with the level of proficiency and its consequences for bilingual lexical processing, as well as the effects of practice. The E-mail message field is required. A central issue in this volume is at which level of the bilingual speaker's lexicon languages share representations and how language-specific representations may be linked. Please note that it may not be complete.

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Schreuder Robert, Weltens Bert. The Bilingual Lexicon [PDF]

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

In this paper we integrate and reinterpret new data from a set of experiments in our lab in order to tease apart many of the factors thought to influence bilingual processing. Further, bilinguals with an integrated bilingual lexicon i. In the study of bilingualism, the lexical level of language is of prime importance because, in practical terms, vocabulary acquisition is an essential prerequisite for the development of skill in language use; from a theoretical point of view, the mental lexicon, as a bridge between form and meaning, plays a crucial role in any model of language processing. These observations appear to undermine certain accounts of bilingual language processing, and have significant implications for the processing and representation of word-forms in bilinguals. A central issue in this volume is at which level of the bilingual speaker's lexicon languages share representations and how language-specific representations may be linked. This discussion raises numerous questions about the notion of lexical proficiency and how this can be established by objective standards, an area of study that invites collaboration between researchers working from a theoretical and from a practical background. This result indicates some overlap between the two languages in bilinguals, and provides support for parallel, interactive accounts of spoken word recognition in general.

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Schreuder Robert, Weltens Bert. The Bilingual Lexicon [PDF]

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

We found that reaction times and accuracy scores were influenced by both whole-word and constituent information in both the L1 and L2 learners in all grades. This discussion raises numerous questions about the notion of lexical proficiency and how this can be established by objective standards, an area of study that invites collaboration between researchers working from a theoretical and from a practical background. A corpus analysis of phonological word-forms shows that English words have few phonological neighbors that are Spanish words. In addition, the way in which whole-word and constituent frequency was processed by the L1 and L2 learners was not stable across grades. The Bilingual Lexicon: Exercise, Meaning and Morphology by Kirsner, Kim ; 12. In the study of bilingualism, the lexical level of language is of prime importance because, in practical terms, vocabulary acquisition is an essential prerequisite for the development of skill in language use; from a theoretical point of view, the mental lexicon, as a bridge between form and meaning, plays a crucial role in any model of language processing. The contributors favor a dynamic, developmental perspective on bilingualism, which takes account of the change of the mental lexicon over time and pays considerable attention to the acquisition phase.

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Bilingual Lexicon by Robert Schreuder

the bilingual lexicon schreuder robert weltens bert

Supporting evidence comes from the literature studying lateral dominance in non-brain-damaged bilingual participants and studies of crossed aphasia. To study the brain regions and networks that underlie knowledge of more than one language, neurolinguists have traditionally compared what is impaired with what is spared in the language disturbance of aphasia. A central issue in this volume is at which level of the bilingual speaker's lexicon languages share representations and how language-specific representations may be linked. Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : J. In addition, these Family Size effects persisted in later time windows. We suggest that a naturalistic MoA promotes the integration of the bilingual lexicon, and that an early AoI per se is somewhat less important though it tends to lead to a more naturalistic MoA. This discussion raises numerous questions about the notion of lexical proficiency and how this can be established by objective standards, an area of study that invites collaboration between researchers working from a theoretical and from a practical background.

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