Parallel language activation and inhibitory control in bimodal bilinguals
Cognition, Volume 141, 2015, Pages 9-25.
bimodal bilingualismcross-linguistic competitioninhibitory controlvisual world paradigm
Findings from recent studies suggest that spoken-language bilinguals engage nonlinguistic inhibitory control mechanisms to resolve cross-linguistic competition during auditory word recognition. Bilingual advantages in inhibitory control might stem from the need to resolve perceptual competition between similar-sounding words both within a...More
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