Neural basis of language switching in the brain: fMRI evidence from Korean–Chinese early bilinguals


Using fMRI, we conducted two types of property generation task that involved language switching, with early bilingual speakers of Korean and Chinese. The first is a more conventional task in which a single language (L1 or L2) was used within each trial, but switched randomly from trial to trial. The other consists of a novel experimental design where… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bandl.2014.08.009


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