Language selection in bilingual word production: electrophysiological evidence for cross-language competition.

@article{Hoshino2011LanguageSI,
  title={Language selection in bilingual word production: electrophysiological evidence for cross-language competition.},
  author={Noriko Hoshino and Guillaume Thierry},
  journal={Brain research},
  year={2011},
  volume={1371},
  pages={100-9}
}
Previous research has demonstrated that cross-language activation is present even when proficient bilinguals perform a task only in one language. The present study investigated the time-course of cross-language activation during word production in a second language (L2) by using a picture-word interference paradigm with event-related potentials (ERPs). Spanish-English bilinguals living in an L2 environment named pictures in their L2 English while ignoring L2 English distractor words that were… CONTINUE READING

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