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The Influence of Cultural Context on Language Activation in Korean-English Bilinguals
Both languages for bilinguals are jointly activated even when performance is clearly restricted to one. The present study investigated the role of cultural cues on the relative level of joint linguistic activation. Twenty-two ...
Bilingualism as a Proxy of Cognitive Reserve
Previous studies have reported bilingualism to be a proxy of cognitive reserve (CR) based on evidence that bilinguals express dementia symptoms ~4 years later than monolinguals yet present with greater neuropathology at ...