Is there proactive inhibitory control during bilingual and bidialectal language production? Experiment 1: Dutch/English bilinguals

This project contains materials used in Experiment 1: of Declerck, M., Özbakar, E., & Kirk, N. W. (2021, May 19). Is there proactive inhibitory control during bilingual and bidialectal language production?. Retrieved from psyarxiv.com/enxpf

Materials for Experiment 2 available from: https://app.gorilla.sc/openmaterials/241271

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Exp1: Dutch/English Proactive Language Control - Experiment Tree

This contains the experiment tree for the demonstration, practice, and main task. It also contains language background/LexTale task. Participant information/consent and debrief have been removed and replaced with placeholders - this preserves the experimental tree but others can replace these with their own forms.

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Declerck, M., Özbakar, E., & Kirk, N. W. (2021). Is there proactive inhibitory control during bilingual and bidialectal language production?.
https://psyarxiv.com/enxpf/


ParticipantInfo_placeholder

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Mic Check

A short microphone check used in both Experiment 1 and 2.

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Exp1: Dutch/English Demo

This contains a short demonstration of the task, accompanied by sound files of a Dutch/English speaker naming the objects.

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Exp1: CSI Dutch/English Practice

This contains a practice task where the participant names five items with 0ms CSI and five items with a long (1250ms) CSI. Within that structure,, items from both language varieties are presented randomly. This task does not use scripting - rather, it uses a "jump to row" function within the task. Once 10 trials have been completed the task ends.

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Exp1 : CSI Dutch/English Main Task

The main task used in this experiment. It contains four spreadsheets. These spreadsheets cover the combinations of Language cue to variety (i.e. Dutch = blue, English = green, and vice versa) as well as counterbalancing the trial sequence across CSI blocks (i.e the block sequence starts with either Dutch-Dutch, or English-English trials).

Order of Presentation of CSI blocks is randomised through the use of the "randomise block" spreadsheet column, thus does not need to be done through the use of separate spreadsheets.

Each block contains 72 trials.

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Declerck, M., Özbakar, E., & Kirk, N. W. (2021, May 19). Is there proactive inhibitory control during bilingual and bidialectal language production?.
https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/enxpf


LanguageBackground(Dutch/English)

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OtherLanguageBackgroundQ

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Dutch LexTALE

Dutch LexTale as used in https://psyarxiv.com/enxpf/

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English LexTALE

English LexTale as used in https://psyarxiv.com/enxpf/

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Debrief_Placeholder

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AccuracyCoding_OpenMaterials

An accuracy coding task used for coding participants' accuracy from speech production studies. A guide and code are available from: https://osf.io/rdwgp/

This task does not currently contain a spreadsheet so is not previewable. Please see guide above.

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Declerck, M., Özbakar, E., & Kirk, N. W. (2021). Is there proactive inhibitory control during bilingual and bidialectal language production?.
https://psyarxiv.com/enxpf

Preferred Citation Declerck M, Özbakar E, Kirk NW (2021) Is there proactive inhibitory control during bilingual and bidialectal language production? PLoS ONE 16(9): e0257355. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0257355
https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0257355
Conducted at Abertay University, Dundee, Scotland, UK.
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium
Published on 19 May 2021
Corresponding author Dr Neil Kirk Division of Psychology and Forensice Sciences
Abertay University