Bilingual Lexical Access - Testing for Non-Selectivity Using L1 AttritionPu, He.
Abstract: Research in the past few decades has generally supported a nonselective view of bilingual lexical access where a bilinguals' two languages are both active during monolingual processing. However, recent work by Costa et al., 2016, has brought this into question by reinterpreting evidence for nonselectivity in a selective manner: bilinguals are capable of activating their target language w... read more
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