The Internal Context of Bilingual Processing

| National Tsing Hua University
| Heriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh
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This book offers a broad-based account of bilingual processing, drawing on research findings and current thinking from various domains across cognitive science. The theoretical approach adopted is the Modular Cognition Framework in which language processing is characterized as an interaction between dedicated linguistic systems and the other modules of the human mind. The latter provide the 'internal context' of bilingual processing. This internal context involves goals, value, emotion, self, and representations of the external context. The book combines all these elements into a coherent picture of the bilingual's internal context and the way it shapes processing. It then shows how some central concepts in cognitive science and bilingualism fit in with – and follow from – this view. These concepts include working memory, consciousness, attention, effort, codeswitching, and the possible cognitive benefits of being bilingual. The book should be of interest to professionals in the field as well as postgraduate students and advanced undergraduates.
[Bilingual Processing and Acquisition, 8]  2019.  xv, 327 pp.
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Table of Contents
List of figures
xiii–xiv
List of MCF abbreviations
xv
Chapter 1. Introduction
2–21
Chapter 2. The Modular Cognition Framework
24–53
Chapter 3. Outside in: External sources of internal context
56–79
Chapter 4. Inherently internal context
82–99
Chapter 5. Bilingual representation
102–124
Chapter 6. Cognitive control and language control
126–150
Chapter 7. Control as inherently internal context: Part I. Goals, value, and emotion as controllers
152–174
Chapter 8. Control as inherently internal context: Part II. Self as controller
176–208
Chapter 9. Coactivation phenomena
210–233
Chapter 10. Internal context and attention, working memory, and effort
236–256
Chapter 11. Consciousness and internal context
258–273
Chapter 12. Conclusion
276–283
References
285–320
General Index
321
Name Index
325
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