Second language proficiency effects on cross-language positive and negative priming in Twi-English bilinguals (2018)
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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KeywordsL2 proficiency; bilingualism; positive priming; negative priming; selective attention
ANZSRC Fields of Research17 - Psychology and Cognitive Sciences::1702 - Cognitive Science::170204 - Linguistic Processes (incl. Speech Production and Comprehension)
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