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Document Type : Latin Dissertation
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 155549
Doc. No : 7626p
Call number : ‭7626‬
Main Entry : Shafiee Nahrkhalaji, Saeedeh
Title Proper : Spoken Word Processing in Proficient Persian-English Bilinguals:Semantic, Translation and Auditory Word Priming Effects
Supervisor : ; Ahmad Reza Lotfi
Advisor : ; Mansour Koosha
College : Isfahan (Khorasgan)
Date : , 2014=1393
Degree : PH.D
field of study : , Teaching English
College : , Isfahan (Khorasgan)
student score : , 1393/06/31, 1392/00/00
Page No : x, 166p.
Note : 890
Abstract : Psycholinguistic research into bilingual memory and bilingual cognitive processes has always been a subject of major interest to those involved in SLA research and language pedagogy (see Keatley, 1992, for a history of bilingualism research in cognitive psychology; see also Altarriba and Isurin, 2013, for an extensive overview of recent studies investigating bilingual memory). Priming paradigm is one of the main tools these researchers have applied to uncover the mental representation of more than one language in memory and to examine bilingual lexicon organization. We combined priming paradigm with a divided attention procedure at retrieval and transferred it to auditory modality. Motivated to demonstrate the effects of priming and dividing attention during implicit retrieval, we investigated spoken L2 word processing in a group of unbalanced proficient bilinguals (L1=Persian, L2=English) using behavioral measures (i.e. reaction time and accuracy). Auditory word repetition priming (Experiment 1), within L2 semantic priming (Experiment 2) and translation priming in the L2-L1 (Experiment 3) and L1-L2 (Experiment 4) directions were used in two different attention conditions. The present study compared a Divided Attention (DA) condition, in which participants carried out one of these priming tasks as the memory test in auditory modality while simultaneously performing a secondary task in visual modality, and a Full Attention (FA) condition, in which participants performed only the priming task. We also examined whether conceptual or perceptual types of secondary tasks had different effects on the same memory test and whether retrieval produced large and consistent costs to secondary tasks..
Title and statement of responsibility and : Spoken Word Processing in Proficient Persian-English Bilinguals:Semantic, Translation and Auditory Word Priming Effects [Thesis]; Ahmad Reza Lotfi; Mansour Koosha
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : Bibliography :p. 118-144
 
 
 
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