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Filtering by: Participant type Bilinguals Remove constraint Participant type: Bilinguals Area of research Multilingualism Remove constraint Area of research: Multilingualism Feature being learned Lexis (vocabulary) Remove constraint Feature being learned: Lexis (vocabulary)

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  1. Mixing or not mixing languages when learning novel objects doesn't change memory-related neural patterns

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  2. Mastering a second language without forgetting your first

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  3. Drawing on young children’s linguistic diversity in class can benefit motivation and learning

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  4. Does strong vocabulary knowledge in a sign language help deaf children to read better in English?

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  5. Which factors influence the ability to recognise unconventional word sequences?

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  6. How learners cope with ambiguity in foreign language vocabulary learning

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  7. Who knows more words: bilingual or monolingual children?

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