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Language dominance shapes non-linguistic rhythmic grouping in bilinguals
To what degree non-linguistic auditory rhythm perception is governed by universal biases (e.g., Iambic- Trochaic Law; Hayes, 1995) or shaped by native language experience is debated. It has been proposed that rhythmic ...
Stereotypes override grammar: Social knowledge in sentence comprehension
(Brain & Language, 2016)
Many studies have provided evidence for the automaticity and immediacy with which stereotypical knowledge affects our behavior. However, less is known about how such social knowledge interacts with linguistic cues during ...
Cross-linguistic interactions influence reading development in bilinguals: a comparison between early balanced French-Basque and Spanish-Basque bilingual children
(Developmental Science, 2016)
This study investigates whether orthographic consistency and transparency of languages have an impact on the development of reading strategies and reading sub-skills (i.e. phonemic awareness and visual attention span) in ...