Commentary published in:Epistemological issue with keynote article “The relevance of first language attrition to theories of bilingual development” by Monika S. Schmid and Barbara Köpke
[Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 7:6] 2017
► pp. 754–758
The dynamic nature of bilingualism
- 1.The dynamic nature of bilingualism
- 2.Exposure and coactivation in the lexicon and phonology
- 3.Sketch of a new model
Published online: 01 February 2018
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