Greg Poarch
Greg Poarch
Assistant Professor English Linguistics & ESL
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Executive functions and inhibitory control in multilingual children: Evidence from second-language learners, bilinguals, and trilinguals
GJ Poarch, JG van Hell
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 113 (4), 535-551, 2012
2972012
Effects of bilingualism and aging on executive function and working memory.
E Bialystok, GJ Poarch, L Luo, FIM Craik
Psychology and Aging 29 (3), 696-705, 2014
1852014
Cross-language activation in children’s speech production: Evidence from second language learners, bilinguals, and trilinguals
GJ Poarch, JG van Hell
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 111 (3), 419-438, 2012
1332012
Bilingualism as a model for multitasking
GJ Poarch, E Bialystok
Developmental Review 35, 113–124, 2015
1112015
Language experience changes language and cognitive ability
E Bialystok, GJ Poarch
Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 17 (3), 433–446, 2014
832014
Fostering self-monitoring of university students by means of a standardized learning journal – a longitudinal study with process analyses
S Fabriz, C Dignath-van Ewijk, GJ Poarch, G Büttner
European Journal of Psychology of Education 29 (2), 239-255, 2014
612014
Accessing word meaning in beginning second language learners: Lexical or conceptual mediation?
GJ Poarch, JG van Hell, JF Kroll
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 18 (3), 357-371, 2015
372015
Raising multilingual children
J Festman, GJ Poarch, JM Dewaele
Raising Multilingual Children, 2017
292017
Assessing the implications of migrant multilingualism for language education
GJ Poarch, E Bialystok
Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft 20 (2), 175-191, 2017
252017
Why is lexical retrieval slower for bilinguals? Evidence from picture naming
MD Sullivan, GJ Poarch, E Bialystok
Bilingualism: Language & Cognition, 1-10, 2017
232017
The effect of bidialectalism on executive function
GJ Poarch, J Vanhove, R Berthele
International Journal of Bilingualism 23 (2), 612–628, 2019
192019
A bilingual advantage? An appeal for a change in perspective and recommendations for future research.
GJ Poarch, A Krott
Behavioral Sciences 9, 95, 2019
182019
Multilingual language control and executive function: A replication study
GJ Poarch
Frontiers in Communication 3, 46, 2018
112018
How much bilingual experience is needed to affect executive control?
JG van Hell, GJ Poarch
Applied Psycholinguistics 35 (5), 925-928, 2014
102014
Cross-language activation in same-script and different-script trilinguals
GJ Poarch, JG van Hell
International Journal of Bilingualism 18 (6), 693-716, 2014
102014
Bilingualism and the development of executive function in children: The interplay of languages and cognition
GJ Poarch, JG Van Hell
Executive Function: Development Across the Life Span, 172-187, 2017
82017
Does performance on executive function tasks correlate? Evidence from child trilinguals, bilinguals, and second language learners
GJ Poarch, JG Van Hell
Bilingualism, Executive Function, and Beyond: Questions and Insights, 223-236, 2019
62019
Förderung von Selbstregulationskompetenz mit standardisierten Lerntagebüchern [Promotion of self-regulation competence with standardized learning diaries]
S Fabriz, C Dignath, GJ Poarch
Psychologiedidaktik und Evaluation VI, 95-104, 2007
52007
What bimodal and unimodal bilinguals can tell us about bilingual language processing.
GJ Poarch
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 19 (2), 256-258, 2016
42016
Anders, of toch niet?: Het Nederlandse pronominale genus door de bril van Duitse NVT-leerders
L Urbanek, GJ Poarch, S Schimke, J Fanta, G De Vogelaer
Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 6 (2), 147-173, 2017
32017
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