The Handbook of the Neuroscience of Multilingualism

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John W. Schwieter
John Wiley & Sons, 13 mar 2019 - 880

The definitive guide to 21st century investigations of multilingual neuroscience

The Handbook of the Neuroscience of Multilingualism provides a comprehensive survey of neurocognitive investigations of multiple-language speakers. Prominent scholar John W. Schwieter offers a unique collection of works from globally recognized researchers in neuroscience, psycholinguistics, neurobiology, psychology, neuroimaging, and others, to provide a multidisciplinary overview of relevant topics. Authoritative coverage of state-of-the-art research provides readers with fundamental knowledge of significant theories and methods, language impairments and disorders, and neural representations, functions, and processes of the multilingual brain.

Focusing on up-to-date theoretical and experimental research, this timely handbook explores new directions of study and examines significant findings in the rapidly evolving field of multilingual neuroscience. Discussions on the bilingual advantage debate, recovery and rehabilitation patterns in multilingual aphasia, and the neurocognitive effects of multilingualism throughout the lifespan allow informed investigation of contemporary issues.

  • Presents the first handbook-length examination of the neuroscience and neurolinguistics of multilingualism
  • Demonstrates how neuroscience and multilingualism intersect several areas of research, such as neurobiology and experimental psychology
  • Includes works from prominent international scholars and researchers to provide global perspective
  • Reflects cutting-edge research and promising areas of future study in the dynamic field of multilingual neuroscience

The Handbook of the Neuroscience of Multilingualism is an invaluable resource for researchers and scholars in areas including multilingualism, psycholinguistics, second language acquisition, and cognitive science. This versatile work is also an indispensable addition to the classroom, providing advanced undergraduate and graduate students a thorough overview of the field.

 

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List of Tables
Special Foreword
Processing Speed
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Antagonistic Phenomena 10 Subcortical Multilingual Aphasia 11 Conclusion
REFERENCES
Introduction
REFERENCES
Brainbased Challenges of Second Language Learning in Older Adulthood 1 Introduction
Brainbased CognitiveLinguistic Changes in Healthy Ageing
Second Language Acquisition SLA
The Neurobiology of First and Second Languages
Designing L2 Experiences to Enhance Older Adults L2 Learning
Conclusion
Acknowledgements REFERENCES

Research
What Do Bilingual Models Tell Us About the Neurocognition
List of Tables
Psycholinguistic Methods in Multilingual Research
RealTime Measures of the Multilingual Brain
Chapter 6
Key multilingual studies regarding neural substrates
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In Search of Memory Traces of a Forgotten Language 1 Introduction
Language Forgetting in Adoptees
Age Regression Hypnosis in Uncovering Suppressed Language
fMRI Studies in Uncovering Memory Remnants of a Lost Language
Behavioural Tasks in Uncovering Memory Remnants of a Lost Language
The Savings Paradigm
Conclusion
REFERENCES
Brain Adaptations and Neurological Indices of Processing in Adult Second Language Acquisition 1 Introduction 2 Reframing Questions and the Evid...
A Brief Description of ERPs and their Use in Language Processing Research
Evidence from fMRI
Brain Structure and Regions of Interest
How Does Language Learning Affect the Brain? Structural and Functional Evidence for BilingualismInduced Neuroplasticity
Conclusion
REFERENCES
Neural Representations
Language Organization in the Bilingual and Multilingual Brain 1 Introduction
Brain Basis of L2 Phonology
Brain Basis of L2 Grammar
Brain Basis of L2 LexicoSemantics
Brain Basis of Language Control
Conclusion
REFERENCES
Bilingual Word Production 1 Introduction
Common or Distinct Neural Signatures?
The Neurophysiology of Timing Aspects of Bilingual Word
Factors Moderating Neural Representations of Bilingual Word Production
Conclusion REFERENCES
Multilingualism and Brain Plasticity 1 Introduction
Grey and White Matter in the Brain
The Effects of BiMultilingualism on the Grey Matter of the Brain 4 The Effects of BiMultilingualism on the White Matter of the Brain
What about Function?
Bilingualism and the Ageing Brain
Conclusion and Further Directions
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Factors Affecting Cortical Representation 1 Introduction 2 Language Properties
Individual Differences 4 Language Acquisition and Ability
Language Experience
Number of Languages and Neuroprotection 7 Conclusion
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Learning
Exogenous Factors that Influence Language Learning
Brain Differences Between Monolinguals and Bilinguals
Endogenous Factors that Influence Learning and Brain
Conclusion Acknowledgements
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Lexical Organization and Reorganization in the Multilingual Mind 1 Introduction 2 The Notion of a Mental Lexicon
Architecture of the Mental Lexicon
Structurally Complex Words as the Meeting Ground
Modelling Multilingual Connections and the Functional
Concluding Remarks REFERENCES
Emotion and Emotion Concepts 1 Introduction
Behavioural Work
Psychophysiological and Neuroimaging Work
Applied Work in Clinical and Counselling Settings
Conclusions and Recommendations for Future Research
REFERENCES
Representing Detecting and Translating Humour in the Brain 1 Introduction
What Is Humour?
Humour and Language 4 Theories of Verbal Humour 5 Humour and Language Learning
Conclusion
Acknowledgements
REFERENCES
Functions and Processes
Conceptual Overlap 3 Metacognitive Regulation and Executive Function
Neuroanatomical Considerations
Description and Critique of Methods Used for Measuring Metacognition
Metacognition and Multilingualism
Executive Function Metacognition and Multilingualism
Conclusion
Acknowledgement REFERENCES
Factors Affecting Multilingual Processing 1 Introduction 2 Working Memory Capacity
Proficiency
Conclusion
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Learning and Memory in the Bilingual Mind and Brain 1 Introduction 2 Overview of Theories and Models of BilingualMultilingual Memory
Methodological Considerations for L2 Studies
Distinguishing the Memory Models
Conclusions and Suggestions for Future Directions
Age of Acquisition
Language Control and Attention during Conversation 1 Introduction
Language Control and Attentional States
Attentional States and Topics With Their Neural Signatures
Attentional States and Their Dynamics in a Speech
Review and Conclusion
Acknowledgement REFERENCES
CrossTalk Between Language and Executive Control 1 Introduction
Theoretical Perspectives
Neural Basis of BLC and
Brain Damage and Deficits of EC and
What Language Experience Tells us about Cognition 1 Introduction 2 The Role of Variable Input in Monolingual Language Processing
The Role of Variable Input in Bilingual Language Processing
Variability in Bilingual Language Use and its Implications for Language Processing
Conclusion REFERENCES
Translation Interpreting and the Bilingual Brain 1 Introduction
Bilingualism and the Control of Switching and Interference
Implications for Translating and Interpreting
Neuroplasticity and CrossLanguage Task Performance
Advantages and Disadvantages
Conclusion
Neuroprotective Effects of Bilingualism in Normal Ageing and in Neurodegenerative Disease
Disadvantages or Neutrality 8 Conclusion
Acknowledgements REFERENCES
Neuroimaging Studies of Multilingual Speech
Theories and Evidence from Behavioural Studies
ERPs and Nonliteral Language Processing
Conclusion
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Impairments and Disorders
Aphasia in the Multilingual Population 1 Introduction 2 Assessment of Multilingual Aphasia
Typical Symptoms of Multilingual Aphasia
Patterns of Language Impairment
Main Factors Influencing Impairment 6 Parallel Impairment 7 Differential Impairment 8 Selective Impairment
Recovery and Rehabilitation Patterns in Bilingual and Multilingual Aphasia 1 Introduction 2 Impairment in Bilingual Aphasia
Language Recovery in Bilingual Aphasia
Efficacy and Generalization Effects
Neuroimaging Evidence of TreatmentInduced Recovery in Bilingual Aphasia
Conclusions
REFERENCES
Primary Progressive Aphasia in Bilinguals and Multilinguals 1 Introduction
Bilingual and Multilingual PPA 3 Support for Language Models
Conclusion Acknowledgements REFERENCES
Acquired Reading Disorders in Bilingualism 1 Introductions
Models of Reading
Acquired Reading Disorders in Bilingual and Biscriptal Adults
Conclusion
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Dementia and Multilingualism 1 Introduction 2 The Influence of Dementia on Multilingualism
Does Bilingualism Influence Dementia?
Possible Mechanisms
Papers Questioning Bilingualism Effects
Complex and Multifactorial
REFERENCES
Schizophrenia and Bilingualism
Neurobiological Features Underlying SZ and
Language Characteristics of SZ BL and Their Interface
Towards an Integrative Approach to the Study of the SZBL Interface
REFERENCES
Cognitive and Neurocognitive Consequences
Neurocognitive Effects of Multilingualism Throughout the Lifespan 1 Introduction
Age of Acquisition Matters for Multilingualism
The Role of Individual Differences in Multilingual Outcomes
Genetic Jackpot or a Love for Language?
Other Effects of Multilingualism
Conclusion
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The Intense Bilingual Experience of Interpreting and Its Neurocognitive Consequences 1 Introduction
Interpreting Experience and Its Consequences on
Interpreting Experience and Its Consequences on Inhibitory Control
Interpreting Experience and Its Consequences on Cognitive Flexibility
Conclusion
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The Bilingual Advantage Debate 1 Introduction
Quantity of Evidence
Methodological and Statistical Issues
Counterarguments
Reformulations
Multilingual Speech Networks
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The Bilingual Advantage Debate 1 Introduction
Publication Bias
Publication Bias in Bilingualism and Executive Control
The Decline Effect
Exposure and Language
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John W. Schwieter is Associate Professor of Spanish and Linguistics and a Faculty of Arts Teaching Scholar at Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada. He has edited numerous books on cognitive neuroscience and linguistics, including The Handbook of Translation and Cognition (with Aline Ferreira, Wiley Blackwell, 2017), Cognitive Control and Consequences of Multilingualism (2016), and The Cambridge Handbook of Bilingual Processing (2015).

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