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Title: LEX-BADAT: Language EXperience in Bilinguals With and Without Aphasia DATaset
Author: Marte, Manuel Jose
Carpenter, Erin
Falconer, Isaac B.
Scimeca, Michael
Abdollahi, Fatemeh
Peñaloza, Claudia
Kiran, Swathi
Keywords: Afàsia
Trastorns del llenguatge
Language disorders
Issue Date: 13-Jun-2022
Publisher: Frontiers Media SA
Abstract: Bilingualism is a gradient of experiences that show significant variation across individuals who speak more than one language (DeLuca et al., 2019). This inter-individual variation is evident along several axes between first- (L1) and second-acquired (L2) languages, including proficiency and daily usage, especially when considering unbalanced bilinguals. As the incidence of acquired brain injury (ABI), e.g., stroke, increases (Katan and Luft, 2018) leading to language impairment in aging bilingual populations, it can be expected that bilingual people with aphasia (BPWA) will comprise a greater share of caseloads in forthcoming years (Centeno et al., 2020).
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It is part of: Frontiers in Psychology, 2022, vol. 13, num. 875928
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ISSN: 1664-1078
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