One Mind, Two Languages: Bilingual Language Processing
February 2001, Wiley-Blackwell
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"This book will be an excellent resource for the many cognitive scientists interested in the study of the psychology of bilinguals, which has deep implications for language education as well as for gaining an understanding of the relation between language and thought. Mary C. Potter, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"This edited volume contains detailed, substantive, theoretical, and research pieces by major figures in both the fields of bilingualism/second language learning and of language processing. It is an outstanding, highly recommended resource for any researcher/scholar interested in how the bilingual mind works." David Swinney, University of California, San Diego
"This volume which aims at advanced students of billingualism and the scholars in the fields of bilingualism and cognitive science, constitutes an excellent resource for all those interested in particularities of bilingual language processing and production in such diverse areas as phonology, morphosyntax, lexicon, and orthography. The chapters are written by leading authorities in the fields of linguistics, bilingualism, psycholinguistics, and cognitive psychology, and constitute up-to-date theoretical and empirical treatments of the respective issues." Dr. Aneta Pavlenko, Temple University, for ABES, a computerized annotated international database edited by Sweits & Zeitlinger Publishers, Netherlands.
"One Mind, Two Languages constitutes an excellent summary of current issues in bilingual language processing that engages the reader with the different areas that encompass this field. The most important feature of this book is the connectedness between the chapters and the resulting cohesiveness of the book. The editor must be credited fully for this first rate ensemble on bilinguialism." Journal of Sociolinguistics