Eyewitness memory in late bilinguals: Evidence for discursive relativity

@article{Pavlenko2003EyewitnessMI,
  title={Eyewitness memory in late bilinguals: Evidence for discursive relativity},
  author={A. Pavlenko},
  journal={International Journal of Bilingualism},
  year={2003},
  volume={7},
  pages={257 - 281}
}
  • A. Pavlenko
  • Published 2003
  • Psychology
  • International Journal of Bilingualism
Loftus and Palmer's(1974) ingenious experiments convincingly demonstrated that linguistic changes in the verbal framing of questions result in changes in eyewitness testimonies. Their findings have inspired a new line of research investigating the relationship between language and eyewitness memory. The present study expands the focus of inquiry to bilingual individuals and examines ways in which cross-linguistic differences—and second language learning in adulthood—may influence the… Expand

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