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Heritage-culture images disrupt immigrants’ second-language processing through triggering first-language interference

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

For bicultural individuals, visual cues of a setting’s cultural expectations can activate associated representations, switching the frames that guide their judgments. Research suggests that cultural cues may affect judgments through automatic priming, but has yet to investigate consequences for linguistic performance.

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