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Measuring Two Types of Inhibitory Control in Bilinguals and Trilinguals: Is There a Trilingual Advantage? Journal article
Psychological Studies, 2018,Volume: 63,Issue: 1,Page: 52-60
Authors:  Madrazo,Arnel R.;  Bernardo,Allan B.I.
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Bilingualism  Cognitive Advantage  Inhibitory Control  Simon Arrow Task  Trilingualism  
Translanguaging in multimodal Macao posters: Flexible versus separate multilingualism Journal article
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUALISM, 2017,Volume: 21,Issue: 1,Page: 34-56
Authors:  Zhang, Hong;  Chan, Brian Hok-Shing
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Flexible multilingualism  separate multilingualism  translanguaging  Macao (Macau)  posters  multimodality  
Portmanteau Constructions, Phrase Structure, and Linearization Journal article
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 2015,Volume: 6,Page: 1-16
Authors:  Brian Hok-Shing Chan
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Code-switching  Portmanteau Construction  Word Order  Phrase Structure  Linearization  
A diachronic-functional approach to explaining grammatical patterns in code-switching: Postmodification in Cantonese–English noun phrases Journal article
International Journal of Bilingualism, 2015,Volume: 19,Issue: 1,Page: 17-39
Authors:  Chan,Brian Hok Shing
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Bilingual Speech Model  Code-switching  Matrix Language Frame Model  noun phrases  Null Theory  postmodification  reinsertion  schematization  
Language and society in Macao A review of sociolinguistic studies on Macao in the past three decades Journal article
Chinese Language and Discourse, 2010,Volume: 1,Issue: 2,Page: 293–324
Authors:  Xi Yan;  Andrew Moody
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Macao  Sociolinguistics  Bilingualism/multilingualism