Bilingual Language Processing and Interference in Bilinguals: Evidence From Eye Tracking and Picture Naming

@inproceedings{Kaushanskaya2007BilingualLP,
  title={Bilingual Language Processing and Interference in Bilinguals: Evidence From Eye Tracking and Picture Naming},
  author={Margarita Kaushanskaya and Viorica Marian},
  year={2007}
}
Recognition and interference of a nontarget language (Russian) during production in a target language (English) were tested in Russian-English bilinguals using eye movements and picture naming. In Experiment 1, Russian words drew more eye movements and delayed English naming to a greater extent than control nonwords and English translation equivalents. In Experiment 2, Russian words spelled using English-specific letters drew more eye movements than control nonwords and English translation… CONTINUE READING

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