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Lexical-syntactic representations in bilingual sentence production

@inproceedings{Bernolet2008LexicalsyntacticRI,
  title={Lexical-syntactic representations in bilingual sentence production},
  author={Sarah Bernolet},
  year={2008}
}
Research on sentence production and comprehension has shown that the abstract structure of sentences can be primed (see Pickering & Ferreira, 2008, for a review). Recently, it has been shown that syntactic structures can also be primed between both languages of a bilingual (Hartsuiker et al., 2004; Schoonbaert et al. 2007; Salamoura & Williams, 2007). Hartsuiker et al. (2004) therefore concluded that syntactic representations can be shared between languages in the bilingual lexicon. In this… 
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