List of John Benjamins publications for which Susanne Brouwer plays a role.
Chapter 6. Prediction in bilingual children: The missing piece of the puzzle. Prediction in Second Language Processing and Learning, Kaan, Edith and Theres Grüter (eds.), pp. 115–1382021.
A wealth of studies has shown that more proficient monolingual speakers are better at predicting upcoming information during language comprehension. Similarly, prediction skills of adult second language (L2) speakers in their L2 have also been argued to be modulated by their L2 proficiency. How… read more | Chapter
Semantic prediction in monolingual and bilingual children. Cross-linguistic Influence in Bilingualism: In honor of Aafke Hulk, Blom, Elma, Leonie Cornips and Jeannette Schaeffer (eds.), pp. 49–742017.
One of the mechanisms responsible for the fast recognition of spoken language is prediction. This study examined whether 4–5 year old monolingual children differ from bilingual children in predicting the upcoming noun on the basis of the lexical semantics of the verb. In an eye-tracking task, we… read more | Chapter
Misrepresentation of Dutch neuter gender in older bilingual children?. Current Trends in Child Second Language Acquisition: A generative perspective, Haznedar, Belma and Elena Gavruseva (eds.), pp. 83–962008.
Previous research revealed that monolingual children between 11- and 13-yearold show a target-like production with respect to gender assignment of definite determiners whereas this is not the case for bilingual children who massively overgeneralize de. In order to further investigate this… read more | Article