The emotional Stroop task and emotionality rating of negative and neutral words in late Thai-English bilinguals.

@article{Winskel2013TheES,
  title={The emotional Stroop task and emotionality rating of negative and neutral words in late Thai-English bilinguals.},
  author={Heather Winskel},
  journal={International journal of psychology : Journal international de psychologie},
  year={2013},
  volume={48 6},
  pages={1090-8}
}
The current study investigated how emotions are represented in the lexicon of late Thai-English bilinguals and a comparison group of native English speakers. Two tasks were used. In the emotional Stroop task, which taps into an automatic early lexical level of processing, the bilingual participants did not display the same automatic level of activation in their second language (L2) as in their first language (L1). In the emotionality-rating task, which involves a later, more in-depth conscious… CONTINUE READING