Correlação entre fatores de experiência linguística bilíngue e controle inibitório

  • Rodrigo Alan Koch
  • Ana Beatriz Arêas da Luz Fontes Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Palavras-chave: Controle inibitório, Efeito Simon, Funções executivas, Bilinguismo

Resumo

Há um debate na literatura quanto à existência da vantagem bilíngue nas funções executivas e fatores linguísticos possivelmente associados a ela. Esta pesquisa exploratória teve por objetivo investigar quais fatores de experiência linguística bilíngue podem estar correlacionados com a vantagem bilíngue no controle inibitório. Descobriu-se que o controle inibitório se correlacionou positivamente com a quantidade de mixing (mistura de duas ou mais línguas ao se comunicar) que os bilíngues efetuavam. Houve também correlação negativa entre o controle inibitório e a idade de aquisição média de uma L3. Ambas as evidências estão em desacordo com as concepções acerca da relação entre fatores de experiência linguística e
funções executivas vigentes na literatura, que preveria que a realização de mixing e a idade de aquisição de uma L3 estariam associados a um controle inibitório maior.

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Publicado
2018-06-05
Como Citar
Koch, R. A., & Fontes, A. B. A. da L. (2018). Correlação entre fatores de experiência linguística bilíngue e controle inibitório. Letras De Hoje, 53(1), 70-79. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7726.2018.1.28691
Seção
Linguagem na perspectiva da Psico/Neurolinguística e da Neurociência Cognitiva