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The size of the cross-lingual masked phonological priming effect does not depend on second language proficiency

Wouter Duyck UGent, Kevin Diependaele UGent, Denis Drieghe UGent and Marc Brysbaert UGent (2004) EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. 51(2). p.116-124
abstract
Using a masked phonological priming paradigm, Brysbaert, Van Dyck, and Van de Poel (1999) showed that Dutch-French bilinguals perform better at identifying tachistoscopically presented L2 words (e.g., oui [yes]) when those words are primed by L1 words or nonwords that are homophonic to the L2 target word according to the L1 grapheme-phoneme conversion rules (e.g., wie [who]). They noted that this priming effect was smaller for balanced bilinguals than for less proficient bilinguals, although the interaction failed to reach significance. Findings of Gollan, Forster, and Frost (1997) suggest that this could be attributed to a greater reliance on phonology in L2 reading, caused by a smaller proficiency in this language. However, in this study we show that the Dutch-French cross-lingual phonological priming effect is equally large for perfectly balanced and less proficient bilinguals. Our findings are in line with more recent work of Van Wijnendaele and Brysbaert (2002).
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journal title
EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Exp. Psychol.
volume
51
issue
2
pages
116-124 pages
publisher
HOGREFE & HUBER PUBLISHERS
place of publication
Göttingen, GERMANY
Web of Science type
Article
Web of Science id
000220598200005
JCR category
PSYCHOLOGY, EXPERIMENTAL
JCR impact factor
2.309 (2004)
JCR rank
12/68 (2004)
JCR quartile
1 (2004)
ISSN
1618-3169
language
English
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A1
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id
214152
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-214152
date created
2004-05-03 23:00:00
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  author       = {Duyck, Wouter and Diependaele, Kevin and Drieghe, Denis and Brysbaert, Marc},
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  journal      = {EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {116--124},
  publisher    = {HOGREFE \& HUBER PUBLISHERS},
  title        = {The size of the cross-lingual masked phonological priming effect does not depend on second language proficiency},
  volume       = {51},
  year         = {2004},
}

Chicago
Duyck, Wouter, Kevin Diependaele, Denis Drieghe, and Marc Brysbaert. 2004. “The Size of the Cross-lingual Masked Phonological Priming Effect Does Not Depend on Second Language Proficiency.” Experimental Psychology 51 (2): 116–124.
APA
Duyck, W., Diependaele, K., Drieghe, D., & Brysbaert, M. (2004). The size of the cross-lingual masked phonological priming effect does not depend on second language proficiency. EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 51(2), 116–124.
Vancouver
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Duyck W, Diependaele K, Drieghe D, Brysbaert M. The size of the cross-lingual masked phonological priming effect does not depend on second language proficiency. EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. Göttingen, GERMANY: HOGREFE & HUBER PUBLISHERS; 2004;51(2):116–24.
MLA
Duyck, Wouter, Kevin Diependaele, Denis Drieghe, et al. “The Size of the Cross-lingual Masked Phonological Priming Effect Does Not Depend on Second Language Proficiency.” EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 51.2 (2004): 116–124. Print.