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Bristol and Bath Seminar Series - Professor Ellen Bialystok - Shared screen with speaker view
Law
00:51
ill leave im a student
Law
01:00
thank you
Markus Damian
19:41
Feel free to ask questions in the chat!
Edwin Dalmaijer
52:30
SES is notoriously varied in its measurement. One would imagine the most crucial subcomponent here is parental education. Did Hartanto et al include that, or was it an income-based score? (This is obviously not a problem just in the referenced study, but a common problem in the SES literature.)
Edwin Dalmaijer
54:44
Publication bias affects the ratio, but also the validity of positive results. Given the frequentist framework that most of us tend to use, a ratio of 1/20 is expected if there is a true null result. Hence, a ratio near this in the true studies would invalidate the positive results as random chance. Publication bias can skew the true 1/20 ratio to something that seems like 1/<20.
timle
57:04
Do the observations correlate/extend to tri and multi-ligual I wonder?
timle
57:13
lingual
Karla Holmboe
57:46
I have a question about the Miyake model. As I understand it, each indicator task will contribute variance to the factor it loads onto (the beta values), but will also have its own variance (considered ‘error’). Given that the factors are considered the ‘pure’/common variance across individual tasks (i.e., IC, WM and CF factors), wouldn’t it make sense to look at the factors in relation to bilingualism? Has anybody done this?
Polly Barr
58:54
What would you say to the critics that state only retrospective studies find a bilingual delay in dementia (not prospective?)
Karin Petrini
01:00:31
is the type and quantitive of exposure matters for BBP? I’m specifically thinking to children with parents speaking the same language at home and children with only one parent speaking one of the language….
Karin Petrini
01:00:42
quantity
Ying Chen
01:02:55
where could I see the slides
Karin Petrini
01:03:13
also does early music training give similar results to bilingualism as in my field for example bilingualism and music training give similar results on different cognitive processes , just saw you quickly touched on this parallel
Graeme Fairchild
01:03:48
Why did the age of dementia diagnosis differ so much across studies (including your own)? Is this comparing male and female only studies or those conducted in different countries?
Roland Baddeley
01:07:33
Very Nice!
hani akasheh
01:07:48
Wow … That was an amazing lecture . This proves we are social creatures that are born with social antenna's . The low SES population show difference between mono and bilingual is defiantly an incredible piece of insight into the importance of language. Any studies on learning a 3rd language in adults leading to cognitive benefits ?
Bruce Hood
01:12:03
Brilliant talk and answers - Many thanks!!!
Laura Ayravainen
01:12:06
Thank you Ellen!
hani akasheh
01:12:12
Brilliant Talk ! Thank you
Karla Holmboe
01:12:14
Wonderful talk, thank you!
Thomas
01:12:15
Thank you
Alice Anderson
01:12:17
Thank you so much Ellen!
Cristiana Roiu
01:12:18
thank you very much!
Ying Chen
01:12:19
Thank you
Karin Petrini
01:12:19
thank you
Graeme Fairchild
01:12:21
Thanks!
Janina Hoffmann
01:12:23
A great talk, brilliant!
Ava Cheung
01:12:23
Thank you!
Kristi Mandova
01:12:24
Thank you!
Lucas Muller
01:12:26
Thank you
Katherine Button
01:12:26
Thank you
Yanshu Wen
01:12:28
thank you
Yifan Huang
01:12:28
thank you
Alexandra Voinescu
01:12:29
many thanks
Adam Hahn
01:12:29
Thank you very much, fantastic!
Chris Jarrold
01:12:31
Thanks for a great talk Ellen!
Marlene Staginnus
01:12:31
Really interesting, thank you very much!
Alexander MacLellan
01:12:35
Thank you!
Jake Portch
01:12:41
thankyou, plenty of food for thought
Masha Remskar
01:12:43
Fantastic talk and impressive body of work, thank you!