Two languages, two minds: Flexible cognitive processing driven by language of operation
AffiliationLancaster University ; Stockholm University ; Stockholm University ; University of Chester ; Newcastle University ; Otto von Guericke University ; Newcastle University ; University of Bangor
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AbstractPeople make sense of objects and events around them by classifying them into identifiable categories. The extent to which language affects this process has been the focus of a long-standing debate: Do different languages cause their speakers to behave differently?
CitationTwo languages, two minds: Flexible cognitive processing driven by language of operation. Psychological Science, 2015, 26(4), pp. 518-526
DescriptionThis is the authors' accepted version (version 2) of an article published by SAGE in Psychological Science, 2015. The published version is available at http://pss.sagepub.com/lookup/doi/10.1177/0956797614567509
SponsorsThis work was supported by the Experimental Psychology Society (United Kingdom), the Centre for Research in Linguistics and Language Sciences at Newcastle University, and the University of Chester.
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