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Designing Research on Bilingual Development - Monika S. Schmid


Year 2016

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Chapter 1 Introduction1.1 Types of Bilingualism1.2 The Monolingual Baseline1.3 Choosing Crosslinguistic Variables for Testing1.3.1 Grammatical Gender as a Challenge to Bilingual Development1.3.2 Grammatical Gender in German and Dutch1.4 Methodological Challenges1.5 A Sample Study1.6 Overview of the BookReferencesChapter 2 Multi-factorial Studies: Populations and Linguistic Features2.1 Cross-Study Variability and the Importance of Participant Documentation2.2 Exclusion Criteria2.3 Personal Variables2.3.1 Biographical Data2.3.2 Intelligence, Working Memory and Other Cognitive Factors2.3.3 Attitude and Use2.4 Language Proficiency2.5 ConclusionReferencesChapter 3 The Multi-lab, Multi-language, Multi-method Challenge3.1 Introduction3.2 How to Choose Partner Centers: Not All Labs Are Equal3.3 Data Collection at Different Centers3.4 The Role of Local Assistants3.5 Planning Ahead: Visas, Ethics and Hurricanes3.6 ChecklistsChapter 4 Collecting and Analyzing Spontaneous Speech Data4.1 Introduction4.2 Areas of Investigation4.2.1 Phonetics and Phonology4.2.2 Disfluencies4.2.3 Lexical Variability4.3 Elicitation and Data Collection4.3.1 The Film Retelling Task4.3.2 Ensuring Adequate Audio Recording Quality4.3.3 Eliciting Specific Data4.4 Transcription4.5 Specific Annotation for Target Analyses: Gender CodingSuggestions for Further ReadingReferencesChapter 5 Eye-Tracking and the Visual World Paradigm5.1 Eye-Movements and Cognition5.1.1 Gaze and Language Processing5.1.2 Advantages and Challenges of the Method5.1.3 Eye-Tracking and Grammatical Processing5.2 General Design Issues5.2.1 Fixating Visual Objects: Important Potential Confounding Factors5.2.2 Presenting Auditory Stimuli: Important Potential Confounding Factors5.2.3 Controlling Timing5.2.4 Summary of General Considerations5.3 The Present Experiment5.3.1 Rationale of the Experiment5.3.2 Materials5.3.3 Procedure5.4 Data Recording and Analysis5.4.1 Eye-Tracking Devices5.4.2 Dependent and Independent Measures5.4.3 Combining Data from Different Eye-Tracking Systems5.4.4 Statistical ApproachesReferencesChapter 6 EEG and Event-Related Brain Potentials6.1 ERPs and the Study of On-line Language Processing6.1.1 Introduction to the Method6.1.2 Monolingual and Bilingual Processing6.1.3 ERPs and Grammatical Gender6.2 Designing an ERP Experiment6.2.1 General Design Issues6.2.2 Multifactorial Considerations6.3 Materials6.4 Experimental Procedure6.5 Data Recording and Analysis6.6 Statistical Approaches and Interpretation of ResultsReferences
 
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