Compiled by Goro Murahata, Yoshiko Murahata and Vivian Cook
This bibliography brings together books and papers that either explicitly mention multi-competence or are closely related to the multi-competence perspective.
Agrillo, C. and Roberson, D. 2008. ‘Colour language and colour cognition: Brown and Lenneberg revisited’, Visual Cognition 17, 412–430.
Akamatsu, N. 2010. Nihonjin Eigo Gakushusha no Kanshi Shiyo to Ninchi [The use of the English articles by Japanese learners of English and their cognition]. Paper read at the 36th Annual Conference of The Society of English Language Education, Kansai University, Osaka, Japan.
Akamatsu, N. 2011. ‘Does a foreign language affect cognition? Re-evaluating evidence for L2 effects on bilinguals’ object classification’, Studies in English Language Teaching (The Kansai English Language Education Society) 34, 1–10.
Akbar, F. S. 2013. ‘The case against Monolingual Bias in Multilingualism’, Teachers College, Columbia University Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics 13 (2), 42–44.
Alotaib, H. 2014. ‘The validity of likeability as a new construct of ESL pronunciation’, Advances in Language and Literary Studies 5, 48–58.
Alptekin, C. 2010. ‘Redefining multi-competence for bilingualism and EFL’, International Journal of Applied Linguistics 20, 95–110.
Ameel, E., Storms, G., Malt, B. C. and Sloman, S. A. 2005. ‘How bilinguals solve the naming problem’, Journal of Memory and Language 53, 60–80.
Andrews, D. 1994. ‘The Russian color categories sinij and goluboj: an experimental analysis of their interpretation in the standard and émigré languages’, Journal of Slavic Linguistics 2, 9–28.
Aronin, L. and Singleton, D. 2012. Multilingualism. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Athanasopoulos, P. 2006. ‘Effects of grammatical representation of number on cognition in bilinguals’, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 9, 89–96.
Athanasopoulos, P. 2009. ‘Cognitive representation of color in bilinguals: the case of Greek blues’, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 12, 83–95.
Athanasopoulos, P. 2011a. ‘Color and bilingual cognition’, in Cook, V. J. and Bassetti, B. (eds), pp. 241–261.
Athanasopoulos, P. 2011b. ‘Cognitive restructuring in bilingualism’, in Pavlenko, A. (ed.), pp. 29–65.
Athanasopoulos, P. and Aveledo, R. 2012. ‘Linguistic relativity and bilingualism’, in Altarriba, J. and Isurin, L. (eds), Memory, Language, and Bilingualism: Theoretical and Applied Approaches, pp. 236–255. Cambridge University Press.
Athanasopoulos, P., Damjanovic, L., Krajciova, A. and Sasaki, M. 2011. ‘Representation of colour concepts in bilingual cognition: the case of Japanese blues’, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 14 (special issue), 9–17.
Athanasopoulos, P., Dering, B., Wiggett, A., Kuipers, J. R. and Thierry, G. 2010. ‘Perceptual shift in bilingualism: brain potentials reveal plasticity in pre-attentive colour perception’, Cognition 116, 437–443.
Athanasopoulos, P. and Kasai, C. 2008. ‘Language and thought in bilinguals: the case of grammatical number and nonverbal classification preferences’, Applied Psycholinguistics 29, 105–123.
Athanasopoulos, P., Sasaki, M. and Cook, V. J. 2004. Do bilinguals think differently from monolinguals? Evidence from colour categorization by speakers of Japanese. Paper presented at the 14th European Second Language Association Conference, San Sebastian, Spain.
Azuma, S. 2000. Bailingalizumu [Bilingualism]. Tokyo: Kodansha.
Bak, T. H. and Alladi, S. 2014. ‘Can being bilingual affect the onset of dementia?’, Future Neurology 9 (2), 101–103.
Balcom, P. 1995. ‘Argument structure and multi-competence’, Linguistica Atlantica (Memorial University of Newfoundland) 17, 1–17.
Balcom, P. 1999. ‘These constructions don’t acquire easily: middle constructions and multi-competence’, Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics 2, 5–20.
Balcom, P. 2003. ‘Cross-linguistic influence of L2 English on Middle Constructions in L1 French’, in Cook, V. J. (ed.), pp. 168–192.
Bassetti, B. 2007. ‘Bilingualism and thought: grammatical gender and concepts of objects in Italian–German bilingual children’, International Journal of Bilingualism 11, 251–273.
Bassetti, B. 2011. ‘The grammatical and conceptual gender of animals in second language users’, in Cook, V. J. and Bassetti, B. (eds), pp. 357–384.
Bassetti, B. 2014. ‘Is grammatical gender considered arbitrary or semantically motivated? Evidence from young adult monolinguals, second language learners and early bilinguals’, British Journal of Psychology 105 (2), 273–297.
Bassetti, B. and Cook, V. J. 2011. ‘Relating language and cognition: the second language user’, in Cook, V. J. and Bassetti, B. (eds), pp. 143–190.
Bialystok, E. 2001. Bilingualism in Development: Language, Literacy and Cognition. Cambridge University Press.
Bialystok, E., Craik, F. I. M. and Freedman, M. 2007. ‘Bilingualism as a protection against the onset of symptoms of dementia’, Neuropsychologia 45, 459–464.
Birdsong, D. 2005. ‘Nativelikeness and non-nativelikeness in L2A research’, IRAL 43, 319–328.
Block, D. 2007. Second Language Identities. London: Continuum.
Blum-Kulka, S. 1990. ‘You don’t touch lettuce with your fingers: parental politeness in family discourse’, Journal of Pragmatics 14 (2), 259–288.