FATMA DEMİRAY AKBULUT
(Instructor, Abant Izzet Baysal University, School of Foreign Languages, email:)
Yıl: 2014Cilt: 14Sayı: 1ISSN: 1303-0035 / 2147-3064Sayfa Aralığı: 115 - 128İngilizce

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LEXICAL ACCESS MODELS DURING LANGUAGE SELECTIVITY IN BILINGUAL SPEECH PRODUCTION
Bu çalışmada, dil seçim alanı ikidillilik söylem üretimi açısından tartışılacak ve Kavram Seçim Modeli ve Engelleyici Kontrol Modeli kapsamında ele alınacaktır. Dil değişiminin ve dil seçim işlemlemesinin ardındaki bilişsel özellikler sunulacaktır. Araştırmanın asıl amacı ikidilli zihinde seçilecek olan diller arasındaki yarışın kavramsal düzeyde mi yoksa sözcüksel düzeyde mi gerçekleşip gerçekleşmediğini açıklamaktır. Diğer bir deyişle, bu çalışma, ikidilli bireylerin iki farklı dillerinin sözcüksel dizgilerini nasıl kontrol ettiklerini incelemektedir. Bu araştırma, kontrol düzeneklerinin farklı düzeyleri bağlamında kavramsal seçim ve engelleyici kontrol düzenekleri incelemektedir. Bu modeller, La Heij (2005) ve Green'in (1998) bakış açılarından ve araştırmacıların bu kuramsal alanlardaki deneysel çalışmaları açısından değerlendirilecektir.
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