Marc Brysbaert

List of John Benjamins publications for which Marc Brysbaert plays a role.

Book series

Title

Cross-language Influences in Bilingual Processing and Second Language Acquisition

Edited by Irina Elgort, Anna Siyanova-Chanturia and Marc Brysbaert

[Bilingual Processing and Acquisition, 16] 2023. vi, 321 pp.
Subjects Language acquisition | Multilingualism | Psycholinguistics | Theoretical linguistics

Articles

De Deyne, Simon, Marc Brysbaert and Irina Elgort 2023 Chapter 7. Cross-language influences in L2 semantic and conceptual representation and processingCross-language Influences in Bilingual Processing and Second Language Acquisition, Elgort, Irina, Anna Siyanova-Chanturia and Marc Brysbaert (eds.), pp. 152–186
Languages come with a unique set of words to label concepts so that sometimes a word in one language does not have a semantic equivalent in another language. This lack of equivalence is multi-faceted: words in two languages can be defined at different levels of abstraction, have different… read more | Chapter
Elgort, Irina, Anna Siyanova-Chanturia and Marc Brysbaert 2023 Chapter 1. Cross-language influences in bilingual processing and second language acquisition: An introduction to the volumeCross-language Influences in Bilingual Processing and Second Language Acquisition, Elgort, Irina, Anna Siyanova-Chanturia and Marc Brysbaert (eds.), pp. 1–16
In this chapter, we situate cross-language influences as an interdisciplinary research topic, outline the structure of the volume, and highlight key points from the state-of-the-art review chapters. The chapters critically evaluate the present state of research into cross-language influences… read more | Chapter
Keuleers, Emmanuel and Marc Brysbaert 2012 Detecting inherent bias in lexical decision experiments with the LD1NN algorithmMethodological and Analytic Frontiers in Lexical Research, Libben, Gary, Gonia Jarema and Chris Westbury (eds.), pp. 231–248
A basic assumption of the lexical decision task is that a correct response to a word requires access to a corresponding mental representation of that word. However, systematic patterns of similarities and differences between words and nonwords can lead to an inherent bias for a particular response… read more | Article
Keuleers, Emmanuel and Marc Brysbaert 2011 Detecting inherent bias in lexical decision experiments with the LD1NN algorithmMethodological and Analytic Frontiers in Lexical Research (Part II), Jarema, Gonia, Gary Libben and Chris Westbury (eds.), pp. 34–52
A basic assumption of the lexical decision task is that a correct response to a word requires access to a corresponding mental representation of that word. However, systematic patterns of similarities and differences between words and nonwords can lead to an inherent bias for a particular response… read more | Article