Modality effects in language switching: Evidence for a bimodal advantage

Bilingualism: Language and Cognition

Published in:┬áBilingualism: Language and Cognition, Volume 21, Issue 2, 243-250 Abstract “In language switching, it is assumed that in order to produce a response in one language, the other language must be inhibited. In unimodal (spoken-spoken) language switching, the fact that the languages share the same primary output channel (the mouth) means that only one […]

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