By Richard Jackson Harris (Eds.)
This number of 33 papers represents the most up-tp-date pondering andresearch at the examine of cognitive processing in bilingual contributors. Thecontributors comprise famous figures within the box and promising newscholars, representing 4 continents and paintings in dozens of languages.Instead of the social, political, or academic implications ofbilingualism, the point of interest is on how bilingual humans (mostly adults) thinkand procedure language.
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1984) and the Gerard and Scarborough (1989) experiments they rejected real words in the second language as fast as nonwords. The answer may lie in how much the experimental designs encouraged them to focus on representations in the “inactive” language. While these experiments, and those in the last two sections, examined influence and interference in functioning across languages, the next sections review lexical decision experiments which test questions of bilingual memory organization. Cross-laneuaee reDetition effects.
W. Keatley This is activation which is assumed to automatically flow from an activated representation of the prime to the representation of the target and to all other related concepts in memory (Collins & Loftus, 1975). In the bilingual test, the primes and targets are presented in different languages in cross-language conditions. For the bilingual literature, the most important assumption of the primed LDT is that the priming effect reflects the basic organization of semantic representations of word stimuli in memory.
Tested the two hypotheses by comparing processing times on various tasks. They found that subjects could name a picture in L2 as fast as they could translate the name from L1 to L2. This demonstrated that they did not need to access the translation equivalent of an L2 word in L1 in order to access the conceptual representation of the picture. In addition, categorization of items was carried out with equal speed whether the category and item were named in the same or in different languages. This result was also reported earlier by Caramazza and Brones (1980).
Cognitive Processing in Bilinguals by Richard Jackson Harris (Eds.)