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Title: Beyond global differences between monolingual and bilingual children on the nonword repetition task: retention skills for phonemes' identity and serial order
Authors: Schraeyen, Kirsten
Van Der Elst, Wim 
Geudens, Astrid
Ghesquiere, Pol
Sandra, Dominiek
Issue Date: 2018
Source: BILINGUALISM-LANGUAGE AND COGNITION, 21(2), p. 403-418
Abstract: This study compared NRT-performance in monolingual Dutch and bilingual Turkish-Dutch third-graders using a Dutch Nonword Repetition Task (NRT). Several novel response analyses at the phoneme level were applied to further understand the earlier reported overall accuracy differences in NRT-performance between bilinguals and monolinguals. Analyses in which the retention of phonemes and the retention of their serial order were disentangled revealed that monolinguals outperform bilinguals with respect to the retention of the phonemes themselves. However, both groups did not differ in their retention of the serial order of correctly recalled phonemes. Furthermore, this study confirms that expressive vocabulary skills do affect overall NRT-performance. The results are discussed in light of current short-term memory (STM) models and the role of long-term phonological knowledge in NRT tasks.
Notes: Schraeyen, K (reprint author), Molenstr 8, B-2018 Antwerp, Belgium, Kirsten.schraeyen@thomasmore.be
Keywords: nonword repetition; bilingualism; serial order; phonological knowledge; short-term memory
Document URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/26223
ISSN: 1366-7289
e-ISSN: 1469-1841
DOI: 10.1017/S1366728917000244
ISI #: 000426662900014
Category: A1
Type: Journal Contribution
Validations: ecoom 2019
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