Grammatical Constraints on Language Switching: Language Control is not Just Executive Control.

@article{Gollan2016GrammaticalCO,
  title={Grammatical Constraints on Language Switching: Language Control is not Just Executive Control.},
  author={Tamar Hela Gollan and Matthew Goldrick},
  journal={Journal of memory and language},
  year={2016},
  volume={90},
  pages={
          177-199
        }
}
The current study investigated the roles of grammaticality and executive control on bilingual language selection by examining production speed and failures of language control, or intrusion errors (e.g., saying el instead of the), in young and aging bilinguals. Production of mixed-language connected speech was elicited by asking Spanish-English bilinguals to read aloud paragraphs that had mostly grammatical (conforming to naturally occurring constraints) or mostly ungrammatical (haphazard… CONTINUE READING
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