ED 2 - Bilingualism

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Section 1

Question Answer
Volterra and Taeschner (1978)Unitary Language System Hypothesis
Saer (1923)Bilingual lower intelligence scores
Goodenough (1926)Mental retardation
Genessee and Nicoladis (2007)linguistic milestones
Oller et al (1997)cannonical babbling
Bialystock et al. (2010)english PPVT, lower bilingual vocabulary
Pearson et al. (1993)Half vocabulary score, same combined
Gathercole and ThomasVocabulary score depends upon exposure
Sandoval et al. Lower category and letter fluency - lexical access
Gallon and Acenas tip of the tongue moments
Nicoladis et al. (2007)Morphosyntax stories
Paradis (2010)Morphosyntax depends upon exposure
Davidson et al. (2010)Urdu-English better syntactical awareness
Cromdall (1999)Syntactic awareness depends upon proficency of languages - balanced do better
Sais and CambellPhonological advantage
Bialystock et al.No difference in phonological awareness of children of school age.
Loizou and Stewart Phonological advantage depends on language - Greek-English/English-Greek
Dodd, So and LamCantonese-Putagh
Genessee et al. (1995)Bilinguals can differentiate between languages at 1/2 word stage
Siegal et al. (2010)Better at identifying Grice's conversational maxims
Antinou et al. (2010)Bilingualism did not effect ability to comprehend implicatures
Pearl and Lambert Increased nonverbal/verbal IQ - cognitive advantage?
Bialystock and Martin (2004)DCCS - Bilinguals better inhibitory control
Abutalebi and Green (2008)Brain imaging - two areas active at once
Emory et al Sign language/spoken - two areas not active
Morales et alworking memory - frog matrix task
Kovacs and Mehler Infants as young as 7 months old show inhibitory control advantage
Goetz (2003)Appearance reality/false belief task advantage
Kovacs (2003)Language specific TOM test - advantage (statistically significant?)
Bialystock and SenmanTOM correlated with inhibitory control?

Section 2

Question Answer
Phelan et al. Students multiple world's study and cultural compatibility theory
Ericksonnconflicts between worlds accumulate - leading to academic trouble
Phelan, Davidson and YuChildren approach borders differently - case studies of Trinh, Donna and Carmelita.