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François Grosjean
Professor Emeritus


Psychology Today blog, Life as a bilingual, by François Grosjean and Aneta Pavlenko

List of published posts by content area

General

Life as a bilingual
A bilingual challenge
Myths about bilingualism
The mysteries of bilingualism I
The mysteries of bilingualism II
Bilingualism's best kept secret
How many are we?
Chasing down those 65%
Bilinguals in the United States


Adults and children
(see also Children)

Who is bilingual?
What do bilinguals and hurdlers have in common?
Visualizing one's languages
What is it like to be bilingual?
Becoming bilingual
Bilinguals and accents
Retaining an accent
The person-language bond
The wax and wane of languages
Changing a first language permanently
Language forgetting
Can a first language be totally forgotten?
Can a first language be totally forgotten? II
Dormant bilinguals and President Obama
Keeping a language alive
Refusing to speak a language
Aging with two or more languages
The psycholinguistics of bilingualism
When bilinguals speak
When bilinguals listen
Does processing language differently mean more efficiently?
Perceptual insensibility in a second language


Children

Planned bilingualism: Five questions to consider
How early a second language?
Born with a preference for two languages
Born to be bilingual
Bilingual infants
Speech discrimination in bilingual infants
Do they know as many words?
Intermingling languages in children
Coming back to bilingualism
Two American kids in a small Swiss village
Nuturing bilingualism in children
The languages you speak to your bilingual child
What are the effects of bilingualism?
Learning languages in the classroom and "in the wild" (by Aneta Pavlenko)
From second language learning to bilingualism in schools
Cognitive advantages of second language immersion education


Using two or more languages

What a bilingual's languages are used for
Two questions bilinguals ask themselves when communicating with others
Intermingling languages: From conversation to literature
Interacting in just one language
False friends and other unwanted companions
Thinking and dreaming in two (or more) languages
Forgotten? Try your other language
Bilingual memory (by Aneta Pavlenko)
Why aren't you speaking the right language?
Emotions in more than one languageHumor in bilingual couples
Poetry and the language of the heart (by Aneta Pavlenko)
Humor in bilingual couples
Why are they talking so fast?


The bilingual mind and brain

The bilingual mind
Bilingual cognitive advantage: Where do we stand? (by Aneta Pavlenko)
The bilingual brain
Understanding the bilingual brain
The man who could no longer speak to his wife
The man who could no longer speak to his wife II


Biculturalism / Personality

How cultures combine and blend in a person
Becoming bicultural: Celebrating Thanksgiving (reposted as Discovering Thanksgiving)
Who am I?
Advantages of being bicultural
Change of language, change of personality?
Change of language, change of personality? Part II
Falling in love with a culture and a language


Special bilinguals

Teaching and living with two or more languages
Desperately seeking a final translation
Those incredible interpreters
The linguistic and cultural skills of sleeper agents
Passing for a native speaker (by Aneta Pavlenko)
Portraying heritage language speakers
Amazing bilingual writers I
Amazing bilingual writers II


Other

Noam Chomsky on bilingualism
Sign language and bilingualism
When sign language influences speech
The day the Supreme Court ruled on the bilingual mind
The rose
What did he say?


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