Bilingual lexical selection as a dynamic process: Evidence from Arabic-French bilinguals.

  title={Bilingual lexical selection as a dynamic process: Evidence from Arabic-French bilinguals.},
  author={Mariem Boukadi and Robert A. I. Davies and Maximiliano A. Wilson},
  journal={Canadian journal of experimental psychology = Revue canadienne de psychologie experimentale},
  volume={69 4},
The nature of the lexical selection process in bilingual spoken word production is one of the pending questions of research on bilingualism. According to one view this competitive process is language-specific, while another holds that it is language-nonspecific (i.e., lexical competition is cross-linguistic). In recent years, research on bilingual language production has seen the rise of a third view that postulates that lexical selection is in fact dynamic and may function as language-specific… CONTINUE READING
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