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Motivational variables in second-language acquisition.
The writer is grateful to Dr. T. McIlhone, Associate General Director in Charge of English Classes of the Montreal Catholic School Board, for his kind cooperation in making subjects available, and to the Principals and French teachers of each high school for their assistance and cooperation during the testing programs.
Evaluational reactions to spoken languages.
Regarding language as an identifying feature of a national or cultural group, English and French students were asked to evaluate English-speaking and French-speaking speakers. Bilinguists were used
Evaluational reactions to accented English speech.
Interlingual interference in a bilingual version of the Stroop color-word task.
The present study examines the functional relations between the bilingual's two languages. These experiments attempt to determine whether the activation of one language system makes the other