Language lateralization in English-French bilinguals.

@article{Albanse1985LanguageLI,
  title={Language lateralization in English-French bilinguals.},
  author={J F Alban{\`e}se},
  journal={Brain and language},
  year={1985},
  volume={24 2},
  pages={
          284-96
        }
}
Forty English-French bilinguals divided into equal numbers of nonfluent and fluent subjects took part in a dichotic listening test involving both intralingual and interlingual conditions. No difference in lateralization was found between primary and secondary language in either condition. In the intralingual condition, however, fluent bilinguals showed a significantly lower right ear advantage than did their nonfluent counterparts. In the interlingual condition, French-dominant subjects were… CONTINUE READING