The representation and processing of identical cognates by late bilinguals: RT and ERP effects
Across the languages of a bilingual, translation equivalents can have the same orthographic form and shared meaning (e.g., TABLE in French and English). How such words, called orthographically identical cognates, are processed and represented in the bilingual brain is not well understood. In the... Full description
|1st Person:||Peeters, David|
|Additional Persons:||Dijkstra, Ton; Grainger, Jonathan|
|Source:||in: Journal of Memory and Language (New York: Academic Press, 2013), Vol. 68, p. 315-332|
|Type of Publication:||Article|
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