Handbook of Bilingualism: Psycholinguistic Approaches by Judith F. KrollHandbook of Bilingualism: Psycholinguistic Approaches by Judith F. Kroll

Handbook of Bilingualism: Psycholinguistic Approaches

EditorJudith F. Kroll, Annette M.B. DeGroot

Paperback | March 2, 2009

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How is language acquired when infants are exposed to multiple language input from birth and when adults are required to learn a second language after early childhood? How do adult bilinguals comprehend and produce words and sentences when their two languages are potentially always active andin competition with one another? What are the neural mechanisms that underlie proficient bilingualism? What are the general consequences of bilingualism for cognition and for language and thought? This handbook will be essential reading for cognitive psychologists, linguists, applied linguists, andeducators who wish to better understand the cognitive basis of bilingualism and the logic of experimental and formal approaches to language science.
Judith F. Kroll is Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Linguistics, and Women's Studies at Pennsylvania State University. Her research takes a psycholinguistic approach to the acquisition, comprehension, and production of words in two languages during second language learning and in proficient bilingual performance. Together with An...
Title:Handbook of Bilingualism: Psycholinguistic ApproachesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:608 pages, 7.01 × 9.88 × 1.81 inPublished:March 2, 2009Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195373650

ISBN - 13:9780195373653


Table of Contents

Part I: AcquisitionNick Ellis: Introduction to Part I: Acquisition1. Annette M.B. de Groot and Janet G. van Hell: The Learning of Foreign Language VocabularySYNTAX2. Annick De Houwer: Early Bilingual Acquisition: Focus on Morphosyntax and the Separate Development Hypothesis3. Brian MacWhinney: A Unified Model of Language Acquisition4. Nuria Sebastian-Galles and Laura Bosch: Phonology and BilingualismBIOLOGICAL BASES5. Robert DeKeyser and Jenifer Larson-Hall: What Does the Critical Period Really Mean?6. David Birdsong: Interpreting Age Effects in Second Language Acquisition7. Manfred Pienemann, Bruno Di Biase, Satomi Kawaguchi, and Gisela Hakansson: Processing Constraints on L1 Transfer8. Jaap M.J. Murre: Models of Monolingual and Bilingual Language AcquisitionPart II: ComprehensionNatasha Tokowicz and Charles A. Perfetti: Introduction to Part II: Comprehension9. Ton Dijkstra: Bilingual Visual Word Recognition and Lexical Access10. Michael S.C. Thomas and Walter J.B. van Heuven: Computational Models of Bilingual Comprehension11. Rosa Sachez-Casas and Jose E. Garcia-Albea: The Representation of Cognate and Noncognate Words in Bilingual Memory: Can Cognate Status Be Characterized as a Special Kind of Morphological Relation?12. Wendy S. Francis: Bilingual Semantic and Conceptual Representation13. Cheryl Frenck-Mestre: Ambiguities and Anomalies: What Can Eye Movements and Event-Related Potentials Reveal About Second Language Sentence Processing?Part III: Production and ControlHerbert Schriefers: Introduction to Part III: Production and Control14. Wido La Heij: Selection Processes in Monolingual and Bilingual Lexical Access15. Albert Costa: Lexical Access in Bilingual Production16. Carol Myers-Scotton: Supporting a Differential Access Hypothesis: Code Switching and Other Contact Data17. Renata F.I. Meuter: Language Selection in Bilinguals: Mechanisms and Processes18. Norman Segalowitz and Jan Hulstijn: Automaticity in Bilingualism and Second Language Learning19. Erica B. Michael and Tamar H. Gollan: Being and Becoming Bilingual: Individual Differences and Consequences for Language ProductionPart IV: Aspects and Implications of BilingualismMichel Paradis: Introduction to Part IV: Aspects and Implications of BilingualismCOGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES20. Ellen Bialystok: Consequences of Bilingualism for Cognitive Development21. Aneta Pavlenko: Bilingualism and Thought22. Ingrid K. Christoffels and Annette M.B. de Groot: Simultaneous Interpreting: A Cognitive PerspectiveCOGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE APPROACHES23. Rachel Hull and Jyotsna Vaid: Clearing Cobwebs From the Study of the Bilingual Brain: Converging Evidence From Laterality and Electrophysiological Research24. Jubin Abutalebi, Stefano F. Cappa, and Daniela Perani: What Can Functional Neuroimaging Tell Us About the Bilingual Brain?25. David W. Green: The Neurocognition of Recovery Patterns in Bilingual Aphasics26. Judith F. Kroll and Natasha Tokowicz: Models of Bilingual Representation and Processing: Looking Back and to the FutureAuthor IndexSubject Index

Editorial Reviews

"Kroll and de Groot have been two of the most prolific and influential researchers in the psycholinguistic investigation of bilingualism. In this book, they have brought together a truly impressive group of researchers. As the editors note, studies of bilingualism from a cognitive-scienceperspective have exploded in the last decade, as scientists have come to appreciate how normal bilingual language use is. Thus, the cutting-edge work presented in this collection should be of great interest to anyone who is looking for a better understanding of human language, and of cognition morebroadly." --Arthur Samuel, Professor of Psychology, SUNY Stony Brook