The timing and magnitude of Stroop interference and facilitation in monolinguals and bilinguals*

@inproceedings{Coderre2013TheTA,
  title={The timing and magnitude of Stroop interference and facilitation in
monolinguals and bilinguals*},
  author={Emily L. Coderre and Walter J B van Heuven and Kathy Conklin},
  booktitle={Bilingualism},
  year={2013}
}
Executive control abilities and lexical access speed in Stroop performance were investigated in English monolinguals and two groups of bilinguals (English-Chinese and Chinese-English) in their first (L1) and second (L2) languages. Predictions were based on a bilingual cognitive advantage hypothesis, implicating cognitive control ability as the critical factor determining Stroop interference; and two bilingual lexical disadvantage hypotheses, focusing on lexical access speed. Importantly, each… CONTINUE READING
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