Language Control in the Bilingual Brain. Crinion et al. (2006) Ema Salja. Background. Bilinguals can voluntarily control which language is used Distinguish language heard/read Which language speech is to be produced in Inhibition of non-selected language
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Language Control in the Bilingual Brain
Crinion et al. (2006)
Determine adjacent & connecting pathways
Test other bilingual groups
Check effect of varying proficiencies (one language more dominant then other)
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No clear question, hypothesis or variables
Not enough information or detail regarding subjects & procedures
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Aso, T., Crinion, J., Fukuyama, H., Green, D. W., Grogan, A., Hanakawa, T.,…Urayama, S. (2006). Language control in the bilingual brain. Science, 312, 1537-1540. doi: 10.1126/science.1127761.