List of John Benjamins publications for which Jeanette Altarriba plays a role.
Emotion words in the monolingual and bilingual lexicon
Edited by Jeanette Altarriba, Aneta Pavlenko and Norman Segalowitz
Special issue of The Mental Lexicon 3:1 (2008) 156 pp.
Subjects Computational & corpus linguistics | Multilingualism | Neurolinguistics | Psycholinguistics | Semantics
Translation ambiguity in Mandarin-English bilinguals: Translation production differences in concrete, abstract, and emotion words Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 10:4, pp. 559–5862020
Research focused on the cognitive processes surrounding bilingual language representation has revealed the important role that translation ambiguity plays in how languages are stored in memory (Tokowicz & Kroll, 2007). In addition, translation of emotionally related information has been shown to be… read more | Article
Chapter 2. Acquiring second language vocabulary through the use of images and words Applying priming methods to L2 learning, teaching and research: Insights from Psycholinguistics, Trofimovich, Pavel and Kim McDonough (eds.), pp. 21–482011
Two experiments explored the relative benefits of learning vocabulary in a second language by varying the learning formats both within and between participants. English monolingual speakers were taught vocabulary words in Spanish by pairing those words with their English translations,… read more | Article
1. Empirical approaches to the study of code-switching in sentential contexts Multidisciplinary Approaches to Code Switching, Isurin, Ludmila, Donald Winford and Kees de Bot (eds.), pp. 3–252009
Emotion words in the mental lexicon: A new look at the emotional Stroop effect Emotion words in the monolingual and bilingual lexicon, Altarriba, Jeanette, Aneta Pavlenko and Norman Segalowitz (eds.), pp. 29–462008
The representation of emotion words in memory is a relatively new area of research within the cognitive domain. In the present paper, these words will be examined with the use of the Stroop paradigm. In the past, this paradigm has been used to investigate a wide variety of word types, including… read more | Article