The Bilingual Lexicon

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In the study of bilingualism, the lexical level of language is of prime importance because, in practical terms, vocabulary acquisition is an essential prerequisite for the development of skill in language use; from a theoretical point of view, the mental lexicon, as a bridge between form and meaning, plays a crucial role in any model of language processing. A central issue in this volume is at which level of the bilingual speaker's lexicon languages share representations and how language-specific representations may be linked.
The contributors favor a dynamic, developmental perspective on bilingualism, which takes account of the change of the mental lexicon over time and pays considerable attention to the acquisition phase. Several papers deal with the level of proficiency and its consequences for bilingual lexical processing, as well as the effects of practice. This discussion raises numerous questions about the notion of (lexical) proficiency and how this can be established by objective standards, an area of study that invites collaboration between researchers working from a theoretical and from a practical background.
[Studies in Bilingualism, 6]  1993.  viii, 307 pp.
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Table of Contents
Preface
vii
The Bilingual Lexicon: An Overview
Robert Schreuder and Bert Weltens
1
Visual Word Recognition in Bilinguals
Jonathan Grainger
11
Word-Type Effects in Bilingual Processing Tasks: Support for a mixed-Representational System
Annette M.B. de Groot
27
Accessing Conceptual Representations for Words in a Second Language
Judith F. Kroll
53
Translating versus Picture Naming: Similarities and Differences
Joan Gay Snodgrass
83
Vocabulary Size, Growth, and Use
I.S.P. Nation
115
Attrition of Vocabulary Knowledge
Bert Weltens and Marjon Grendel
135
A Theoretical Account of Lexical Communication Strategies
Nanda Poulisse
157
Word Production and the Bilingual Lexicon
Kees de Bot and Robert Schreuder
191
The Bilingual Lexicon: Exercise, Meaning and Morphology
Kim Kirsner, Erin Lalor and Kathryn Hird
215
Towards a Model of L2 Comprehension and Production
David W. Green
249
The Bilingual Lexicon and the Teaching of Vocabulary
Paul Meara
279
List of Contributors
299
Index
301
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
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