|aSecond language processing /|cCristina Baus and Albert Costa.
|aMalden, MA :|bJohn Wiley & Sons Ltd,|cc2016
|a236 pages :|billustrations, map ;|c24 cm.
|aThe Language Learning Cognitive Neuroscience Series
|a"This special issue is a compilation of studies presented at the workshop Issues on Second Language Processing held in Barcelona in June 2015. The workshop was sponsored by the journal Language Learning and organized by the Center on Cognition Brain and Language (CBC) at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona, Spain)."
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aSecond language acquisition|vCongresses.
|aUniversitat Pompeu Fabra,|eorganizer.
|aResearch Club in Language Learning (Ann Arbor, Mich.)|esponsor.
This special issue is comprised of a selection of studies presented at the Language Learning Workshop: Issues on Second Language Processing held in Barcelona, Spain in 2015. Organized by the Center for Brain and Cognition (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) and sponsored by the journal Lanuage Learning, the workshop brought together prominent researchers in the field of language processing and bilingualism. Among them were Andrea Weber, María Teresa Bajo, and Narly Golestani. The contributions to this special issue are the result of the very fruitful discussions on various major issues of bilingualism. In particular, the nine articles included in this volume provide the most relevant experimental and theoretical evidence regarding second language learning as well as the linguistic and cognitive consequences of bilingualism across the lifespan. The contributions to this special issue are theresult of the very fruitful discussions on various major issues ofbilingualism. In particular, the nine articles included in this volumeprovide the most relevant experimental and theoretical evidenceregarding second language learning as well as the linguistic andcognitive consequences of bilingualism across the lifespan.