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Time-course of attentional bias for culture-related cues in Mongolian-Chinese bilingual children
Yu, Hongyu1; Yao, Nisha2; Zhang, Jijia3; Gao, Bing1
Corresponding AuthorYu, Hongyu(ruline520@126.com)
2019-12-01
Source PublicationINTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUALISM
ISSN1367-0069
Volume23Issue:6Pages:1483-1501
AbstractAims and objectives/purpose/research questions: Using a modified dot-probe task, the present research examined the time-course of attentional bias for culture-related cues in Mongolian-Chinese bilinguals. Design/methodology/approach: Using a mixed experimental design, children with different language fluency (fluent bilingual, limited bilingual and mandarin monolingual) were recruited (N = 168; 51% boys; M-age = 9.88 years, SD = 0.38 years; 59% Mongolian) to complete a dot-probe task in which they were shown pairs of pictures representing Mongolian and Han culture for short (60 ms) and long (500 ms) exposure durations. The difference between fluent and limited bilinguals lies in their proficiency in Mongolian. Data and analysis: The attentional bias scores (d) were entered into a 2 x 3 mixed design repeated-measures analysis of variance with language fluency (fluent bilingual versus limited bilingual versus monolingual) as a between-subjects variable and the time-course (60 versus 500 ms) as a within-subject variable. Findings/conclusions: In the task, compared with pictures representing Han culture, all students showed preferential attention to pictures conveying Mongolian culture across presentation durations. However, for 60 ms, fluent bilinguals showed a smaller attentional bias than did monolinguals, with no difference between limited bilinguals and monolinguals; there was no significant difference among the three groups at 500 ms. Originality: Relatively less research has been performed on comparative analysis between fluent and non-fluent bilinguals, and most of the culture-related content is measured by subjective methods. This study attempts to directly compare these two bilinguals' attentional bias for culture-related cues using a dot-probe task.
KeywordMongolian-Chinese bilinguals attentional bias time-course culture children
DOI10.1177/1367006918808047
Indexed BySCI ; SCI
Language英语
Funding OrganizationYouth Education Project of the National Social Science Fund of China ; Key National Research Project of the National People's Committee
Funding ProjectYouth Education Project of the National Social Science Fund of China[CMA150131] ; Youth Education Project of the National Social Science Fund of China[046/60381701] ; Key National Research Project of the National People's Committee[2017-GMA-004]
WOS Research AreaLinguistics
WOS SubjectLinguistics ; Language & Linguistics
WOS IDWOS:000485296700015
PublisherSAGE PUBLICATIONS LTD
WOS KeywordNONSPATIAL FEATURE ; ETHNIC-IDENTITY ; LANGUAGE ; FACES ; OWN
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/29849
Collection脑与认知科学国家重点实验室
Corresponding AuthorYu, Hongyu
Affiliation1.Minzu Univ China, Sch Educ, 27 South Zhongguancun Ave, Beijing 100081, Peoples R China
2.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Psychol, CAS Ctr Excellence Brain Sci & Intelligence Techn, State Key Lab Brain & Cognit Sci, Beijing, Peoples R China
3.Renmin Univ China, Dept Psychol, Beijing, Peoples R China
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Yu, Hongyu,Yao, Nisha,Zhang, Jijia,et al. Time-course of attentional bias for culture-related cues in Mongolian-Chinese bilingual children[J]. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUALISM,2019,23(6):1483-1501.
APA Yu, Hongyu,Yao, Nisha,Zhang, Jijia,&Gao, Bing.(2019).Time-course of attentional bias for culture-related cues in Mongolian-Chinese bilingual children.INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUALISM,23(6),1483-1501.
MLA Yu, Hongyu,et al."Time-course of attentional bias for culture-related cues in Mongolian-Chinese bilingual children".INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUALISM 23.6(2019):1483-1501.
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