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Variable Lexicalization of Dynamic Events in Language Production: A Comparison of Monolingual and Bilingual Speakers of French and EnglishDownload
This study explores how bilingualism impacts lexical selection within spontaneous spoken language production. The particular analysis focuses on the choice between synonymous verbs in English. The main hypothesis predicts that, as a result of crosslinguistic influence, bilingual speakers of...
RESEARCH PROBLEM: Research on bilingualism and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is limited. Existing studies have focused on childrenâs second language (L2) development and little attention has been given to heritage language (HL) development. This thesis responds to the question, âdoes an...
The Bilingual Memory and Self-Translation: the Impact of the Relationship between Language and Memory on the Autobiographical Self-TranslationDownload
Submitted on April 15, 2015 in fulfillment of the degree of BA Combined Honors in French and Russian Language and Literature; Supervisors: Dr. Elisabeth Le, Dr. Peter Rolland
This study tests early Chinese-English bilinguals’ perception of Thai lexical tone. Lexical tone is a feature that is used contrastively in Chinese but not in English. Chinese-learning infants exhibit native-like treatment of Thai tonal contours, while English learners exhibit non-native...
If speech-language pathologists are to identify bilingual children in need of intervention, it is essential to understand the normal variations of bilingual acquisition and how it is the same or different from monolingual development. In this paper, we present an overview of the basics of...
La perception des finissants des programmes d'immersion de l'Alberta comme apprenant de langue secondeDownload
This case study explores French Immersion graduates’ perceptions of how they learned their second language. During this research I interviewed five French Immersion students from Western Canada. The goal of these interviews was to understand and analyze the language learning experiences of these...