Competing activation in bilingual language processing : Within-and between-language competition

@inproceedings{Spivey2003CompetingAI,
  title={Competing activation in bilingual language processing : Within-and between-language competition},
  author={M. Spivey},
  year={2003}
}
Two eye-tracking experiments examined spoken language processing in Russian-English bilinguals. The proportion of looks to objects whose names were phonologically similar to the name of a target object in either the same language (within-language competition), the other language (between-language competition), or both languages at the same time (simultaneous competition) was compared to the proportion of looks in a control condition in which no objects overlapped phonologically with the target… CONTINUE READING
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