Differences in word recognition between early bilinguals and monolinguals: behavioral and ERP evidence.

@article{Lehtonen2012DifferencesIW,
  title={Differences in word recognition between early bilinguals and monolinguals: behavioral and ERP evidence.},
  author={Minna Lehtonen and Annika Hult{\'e}n and Antoni Rodr{\'i}guez-Fornells and Toni Cunillera and Jyrki Tuomainen and Matti Laine},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2012},
  volume={50 7},
  pages={1362-71}
}
We investigated the behavioral and brain responses (ERPs) of bilingual word recognition to three fundamental psycholinguistic factors, frequency, morphology, and lexicality, in early bilinguals vs. monolinguals. Earlier behavioral studies have reported larger frequency effects in bilinguals' nondominant vs. dominant language and in some studies also when compared to corresponding monolinguals. In ERPs, language processing differences between bilinguals vs. monolinguals have typically been found… CONTINUE READING

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