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Bilingual Lexical Ambiguity Resolution

Bilingual Lexical Ambiguity Resolution

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Roberto R. Heredia, Anna B. Cieślicka, J. Benjamin Falandays, Michael J. Spivey, Eva Van Assche, Marc Brysbaert, Wouter Duyck, Agnieszka Lijewska, John Schwieter, Anat Prior, Mikel Santesteban, Pauline Palma, Debra Titone, Omar García, Veronica Whitford, Erika L. Guedea, Karolina Rataj, Sayuri Hayakawa, Viorica Marian
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  • Publication planned for: March 2020
  • availability: Not yet published - available from March 2020
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107145610

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  • This book provides students and researchers of bilingualism with the most recent methodological and theoretical advances on how bilinguals resolve ambiguous information across languages. With reports on the latest findings from the behavioral and neuropsychological fields, the authors survey the latest research into bilingual language-system modelling and bilingual lexical ambiguity processing. Each chapter looks at bilingual ambiguity resolution both at the word and sentence levels, explaining how bilinguals ultimately comprehend ambiguous information arising from languages they already know. This volume not only explores enduring theoretical questions in bilingual research, such as bilingual representation and language processing, but also evaluates the extent to which the existing bilingual models can satisfactorily account for the most recent research findings.

    • Clearly formatted for instructional purposes, both in the classroom and self-study
    • Provides an overview of the latest research into bilingual language-system modelling and bilingual lexical ambiguity processing
    • Reports on findings from neuroimaging
    • Explores enduring theoretical questions in bilingual research, such as bilingual representation and bilingual language processing
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    • Publication planned for: March 2020
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107145610
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from March 2020
  • Table of Contents

    Acknowledgements
    Contributors
    Preface
    Part I. Theoretical and Methodological Considerations:
    1. The cross-modal lexical priming paradigm and bilingual exhaustive access Roberto R. Heredia and Anna B. Cieślicka
    2. Theory visualizations for bilingual models of lexical ambiguity resolution J. Benjamin Falandays and Michael J. Spivey
    3. Bilingual lexical access Eva Van Assche, Marc Brysbaert and Wouter Duyck
    Part II. Bilingual Lexical Processing:
    4. Cognate processing effects in bilingual lexical access Agnieszka Lijewska
    5. Translation ambiguity John Schwieter and Anat Prior
    6. Lexical selection and competition in bilinguals Mikel Santesteban and John Schwieter
    Part III. Bilingual Sentence Processing:
    7. Bilingual lexical access and reading Pauline Palma and Debra Titone
    8. Online ambiguity resolution in bilingual lexical access Omar García, Anna B. Cieślicka and Roberto R. Heredia
    Part IV. Neuroscience of Bilingual Lexical Access:
    9. Behavioral and neuro correlates of bilingual lexical ambiguity Veronica Whitford and Erika L. Guedea
    10. Electrophysiology of semantic violations and lexical ambiguity resolution Karolina Rataj
    11. Studying bilingualism through eye tracking and brain imaging Sayuri Hayakawa and Viorica Marian
    Author index
    Subject index.

  • Editors

    Roberto R. Heredia, Texas A & M University
    Roberto R. Heredia is Regents Professor in the Department of Psychology and Communication at Texas A & M International University. He has published on bilingual memory, bilingual lexical representation, bilingual nonliteral language, stereotype processing, and evolutionary psychology.

    Anna B. Cieślicka, Texas A & M University
    Anna B. Cieślicka is Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology and Communication at Texas A & M International University. She has received Texas A & M International University's Teacher and Scholar of the Year Awards.

    Contributors

    Roberto R. Heredia, Anna B. Cieślicka, J. Benjamin Falandays, Michael J. Spivey, Eva Van Assche, Marc Brysbaert, Wouter Duyck, Agnieszka Lijewska, John Schwieter, Anat Prior, Mikel Santesteban, Pauline Palma, Debra Titone, Omar García, Veronica Whitford, Erika L. Guedea, Karolina Rataj, Sayuri Hayakawa, Viorica Marian

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