John G. Grundy
List of John Benjamins publications for which John G. Grundy plays a role.
Subjects Cognition and language | Language acquisition | Multilingualism | Psycholinguistics | Theoretical linguistics
The lasting impact of Ellen Bialystok’s research on bilingualism has been momentous. In this concluding chapter, we synthesize the arguments and evidence presented in previous chapters to explain how her impressive contributions have helped inform our understanding of multilingual experiences,… read more | Chapter
Electroencephalogram (EEG) has been instrumental in research examining the effects of bilingualism on cognition, and much of this research has been inspired and spearheaded by Ellen Bialystok. In this chapter, we explore recent developments in EEG research that highlight the complexity of the… read more | Chapter
Evaluation of the cognitive level of older adults, including decisions about meeting clinical thresholds for dementia, is typically based on behavioral levels of performance. However, individuals with high cognitive reserve will outperform the levels typically associated with their brain structure,… read more | Article
The strength of each representation in the mental lexicon depends on factors such as word frequency and conceptual concreteness. For bilinguals, each concept has two lexical representations, and so representational strength also depends on the salience of first- and second-language activation and… read more | Chapter
Lifelong experience with multiple languages is believed to produce a number of executive function advantages including enhanced top-down control, improved attention, and greater working memory capacity. This bilingual advantage is generally believed to be the result of having multiple lexical… read more | Article