Is there proactive inhibitory control during bilingual and bidialectal language production?

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Description: A project containing two experiments investigating whether bilinguals (Dutch/English, Experiment 1) and "bidialectals" (Dundonian Scots/English, Experiment 2) use proactive inhibitory control during language production.

License: CC-By Attribution 4.0 International


Experimental materials for both experiments are available as Open Materials on the Gorilla Experiment Builder platform. Experiment 1 Materials Experiment 2 Materials Both Experiments contain an additional Accuracy Coding Task, used to code participants' responses. A guide and some code to convert raw Gorilla outputs into a new Gorilla task spreadsheet(s) is available in the files section below.


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  • Experiment 1: Dutch/English

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  • Experiment 2: Dundonian/English

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  • Analyses both experiments

    Contains analyses script for both experiments

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