Motion-Event conceptualization and encoding by Chinese-German bilingual children

In this project, we investigate how Chinese-German bilingual children conceptualize and verbally encode motion events in comparison to monolingual children of both languages using eye-tracking during language production tasks. The aim is to obtain insights into bilingual processing patterns at the level of information selection, message generation, formulation, as well as potentially diverging learning strategies.

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