5 edition of Bilingualism across the Lifespan found in the catalog.
September 29, 1989
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Kenneth Hyltenstam (Editor), Loraine K. Obler (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||266|
Written for core introductory coursework on language disorders, LANGUAGE DISORDERS ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN, 3rd edition has been thoroughly updated to illustrate how the latest research can be applied to actual practice by speech-language pathologists when diagnosing and treating language delays and disorders in clients of all ages. Ellen Bialystok, OC, FRSC (born ) is a Canadian psychologist and professor. She carries the rank of Distinguished Research Professor at York University, in Toronto, and is also an associate scientist at the Rotman Research Institute of the Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care.. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Toronto in with a specialization in cognitive and language.
2. The Bilingual Advantage. Early views on bilingualism were that of it being a debilitating factor .These views prevailed until the s research conducted with children in Canada , a turn that to some extent may have been language policy-driven .The early detrimental views could also have an influence on the present debate in that there may still be the urge to defend bilingualism as. from book Psychology of Bilingualism: The Cognitive and We conclude that the changes in naming ability across the life span reflect more than simply a breakdown in lexical retrieval and that.
Winner of the TESOL Award for Distinguished Research and of the British Association for Applied Linguistics Best Book of the Year Award See my personal homepage Tags: Multilingualism, Bilingualism, Forensic linguistics, Crosslinguistic influence, Language and identity, Narratives, Bilingualism and cognition, Language Ideologies. The organization of the book features four main component parts: (1) the inner cognitive world of the bilingual mind (2) bilingual language representation, and (3) bilingualism across the lifespan, and 4) bilingual cognitive and personality dimensions. Taken collectively, the included chapters provide a multidimensional and up-to-date.
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While the nature of bilingualism and multilingualism has often been misunderstood, the bilingual community is a dynamic and ever-growing part of the global population.
This book pioneers the study of bilingualism across the lifespan and in all its diverse : The time has come for language researchers to abandon the monolingual model in favor of more inclusive theories of language development and processing that are inclusive of the bilingual experience.
Clearly, Bilingualism Across the Lifespan is an essential read for all psycholinguists and developmental : $ Surprisingly, although age is one of the key variables discussed in relation to any potential positive effect of bilingualism on cognitive development and performance, there are only a couple of studies looking at the bilingual cognitive advantage across the life span from childhood to the older age (Bialystok et al., ; Gathercole et al Author: Ana B.
Vivas, Elisavet Chrysochoou, Aristea I. Ladas, Vasiliki Salvari. The aim of this volume is to integrate the current literature about the psychological dimensions of bilingualism: that is, to analyze psychological, subjective, and internal perspectives on bilinguali.
Both mechanisms seem to be induced by the increased cognitive load for executive control functions that bilingualism entails across the lifespan (Perani & Abutalebi, ). In other contexts, neural reserve has been defined as the capacity for resilience to the expected age-related deterioration and pathology of the brain (Barulli and Stern Cited by: The bilingual experience is captured through a multifaceted prism that includes aspects of language and literacy development in child bilinguals with and without developmental language disorders, language processing and mental representations in adult bilinguals across the lifespan, and the cognitive and neurological basis of bilingualism.
The field of educational neuroscience uses new insights about the neural mechanisms of learning to improve educational practices and outcomes. The first volume to bring together the latest knowledge on the development of educational neuroscience from a life-span perspective, this important text offers state of the art, authoritative research findings in educational neuroscience before.
Cambridge Core - Sociolinguistics - The Cambridge Handbook of Bilingualism - edited by Annick De Houwer. The disabilities appear before the age of 22 and are likely to progress across the lifespan.
Some developmental disorders are largely physical issues, such as cerebral palsy or epilepsy. Some individuals may have a disorder that includes a physical and intellectual disability; for example, Down syndrome or fetal alcohol syndrome.
This study examines the role of grammatical prerequisites on code-switching in young bilingual children. It is proposed that code-switching is constrained not only by grammatical properties of the languages involved; it is also regulated by principles and mechanisms of language use.
In a lively and often entertaining book, an international authority on bilingualism, son of an English mother and a French father, explores the many facets of bilingualism. In this book, François Grosjean draws on research, interviews, autobiographies, and the 5/5(2).
Bilingualism is a heterogeneous phenomenon and patterns of language use across the life-span are diverse. Research has supported the assumption that using two or more different languages can.
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The bottom line is that bilingualism is good for you.” long studied bilingualism across the lifespan.
Research on children who have grown up bilingual show they are often stronger than. Bilingualism Across the Lifespan by Elena Nicoladis; Simona Montanari The study of bilingualism unfolds against a varied backdrop of sociocultural and sociopolitical factors.
While the nature of bilingualism and multilingualism has often been misunderstood, the bilingual community is a dynamic and ever-growing part of the global population. Author: John W. Oller Publisher: Plural Publishing ISBN: Size: MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: Get Books.
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Bilingualism across the Lifespan Aspects of Acquisition, Maturity and Loss by Kenneth Hyltenstam, Loraine K. Obler Paperback, Pages, Published by Cambridge University Press ISBNISBN: The Lifespan Cognition and Development Lab is a cognitive neuroscience laboratory in the Department of Psychology at York University directed by Dr.
Ellen Bialystok. Our research examines the effect of bilingualism on cognitive and linguistic processing across the lifespan, including both healthy and patient populations. Human Development Across the Life Span is a comprehensive guide to understanding all of your clients, and providing the type of counseling that facilitates more positive outcomes.
Growth And Development Across The Lifespan E Book. In spite of early warnings of dire consequences of bilingualism for children's cognitive development, research in the past 50 years has revealed that bilingualism is in fact a positive developmental experience.
These benefits were more recently shown to extend across the life span. Books Music Art & design TV & radio The cognitive enhancement across the life span of a bilingual person is quite dramatic.
It was possible that bilingualism protected the brain and they.The Psycholinguistics of Bilingualism presents a comprehensive introduction to the foundations of bilingualism, covering language processing, language acquisition, cognition and the bilingual brain.