Examining the role of Inhibitory control in bilingual language switching

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Bilingual language production is widely believed to be a competitive process. Bilinguals may manage this competition by relying on inhibiting one language while speaking in the other. However, it remains unclear if this process relies on domain general inhibitory mechanisms, and, if so, when and where during language production inhibitory control is applied… (More)

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@inproceedings{Shell2015ExaminingTR, title={Examining the role of Inhibitory control in bilingual language switching}, author={Alison Shell and Jared Linck and L. Robert Slevc}, booktitle={CogSci}, year={2015} }