Gregory J. Poarch
List of John Benjamins publications for which Gregory J. Poarch plays a role.
Chapter 14. Does performance on executive function tasks correlate? Evidence from child trilinguals, bilinguals, and second language learners Bilingualism, Executive Function, and Beyond: Questions and insights, Sekerina, Irina A., Lauren Spradlin and Virginia Valian (eds.), pp. 223–2362019
Recent discussion has questioned how well standard executive function tasks tap executive function processes and the convergent validity across executive function tasks. The present study reanalyses data from a study on executive function in children (Poarch & van Hell, 2012a), building empirically… read more | Chapter
Anders, of toch niet? Het Nederlandse pronominale genus door de bril van Duitse NVT-leerders Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 6:2, pp. 147–1732017
Both in Dutch and to a lesser extent in German, pronouns can agree with a noun’s lexical gender or be chosen on semantic grounds. It is well-known that for non-human antecedents, Dutch seems to be shifting towards a more semantic system, via a process labelled ‘hersemantisering’, in which gender… read more | Article