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Part II : Neurological and Psychological Aspects of Bilingualism


Subject Sociolinguistics » Bilingualism

DOI: 10.1111/b.9780631227359.2005.x


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Introduction 3. Bilingual Aphasia 4. The Bilingual Child 5. Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition 6. Two Linguistic Systems in Contact: Grammar, Phonology and Lexicon 7. The Comprehension of Words and Sentences in Two Languages 8. Speech Production in Bilinguals 9. Bilingual Memory 10. Bilingualism: Language, Emotion, and Mental Health 11. Code Switching and Grammatical Theory 12. Sign Language-Spoken Language Bilingualism: Code Mixing and Mode Mixing by ASL-English Bilinguals 13. Social and Psychological Factors in Language Mixing 14. Bilingual Accommodation ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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