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The effects of bilingualism on colour perception
Peltola et al. (2012) showed that there are two types of bilinguals. Balanced bilinguals mix their two languages and are effected by linguistic categories from both. Dominant bilinguals seem to ...
Jun 25 '12 at 3:36
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