Second language proficiency effects on cross-language positive and negative priming in Twi-English bilinguals (2018)
AuthorsNeumann E, Nkrumah I, Chen Zshow all
The ability to use multiple languages selectively is an impressive feat of the human information processing system. Although bilinguals scarcely commit random cross-language errors when they speak, there is evidence that both languages are active when one is in use.
CitationNeumann E, Nkrumah I, Chen Z (2018). Second language proficiency effects on cross-language positive and negative priming in Twi-English bilinguals. Journal of Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Science. 2(1). 8-16.
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