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An error was made in the preparation of Figure 3 in the article by Kootstra et al., published online on January 4, 2012. The figure should not have presented odds ratios, but odds. The correct version of Figure 3 is given below. This new figure leads to the same interpretation as in the original article, so our conclusions remain the same.

An error was made in the preparation of Figure 3 in the article by Kootstra et al., published online on January 4, 2012. The figure should not have presented odds ratios, but odds. The correct version of Figure 3 is given below. This new figure leads to the same interpretation as in the original article, so our conclusions remain the same.

The authors apologize for this error.

Figure 3. Effects of lexical repetition and cognate status per proficiency group, expressed in terms of the odds that participants switched at the same position as in the prime sentence (versus at a different position than in the prime sentence).

Reference

Kootstra, G. J., van Hell, J. G., & Dijkstra, T.Priming of code-switches in sentences: The role of lexical repetition, cognates, and language proficiency. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, doi: 10.1017/S136672891100068X. Published by Cambridge University Press, January 4, 2012.