Who knows more words: bilingual or monolingual children? Public Deposited

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De Houwer, A., Bornstein, M. & Putnick, D. (2014). A bilingual–monolingual comparison of young children's vocabulary size: Evidence from comprehension and production. Applied Psycholinguistics, 35(6), 1189-1211.
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Andringa, S., Bailey, E., De Houwer, A., Marsden, E., Kasprowicz, R., Bornstein, M., Putnick, D.
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07 September 2018
Topic
Multilingualism
Acquisition
Bilingualism
Vocabulary
Language Summary Written in
English
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Monolinguals
Bilinguals
Age of Learners
Young learners
Of likely interest to ...
Policy-makers
Parents
Teachers
Researchers
Licence
By nc sa.eu

First Language of Learners
Dutch
French
Proficiency of Learners
Bilingual since infancy
Gender of Learners
Mixed
Context of Language Use
Home
Country / region
Belgium

Language feature
Lexis (vocabulary)


Andringa, S. et al. (2018). Who knows more words: bilingual or monolingual children?. OASIS Summary of De Houwer, Bornstein & Putnick (2014) in Applied Psycholinguistics. https://oasis-database.org/concern/summaries/nv9352841?locale=en