Preprint of our state-of-the-art paper

Highlights from the paper:

  • We review 48 questionnaires quantifying bilingualism in children
  • 32 constructs and 194 components across tools are identified. We report how frequently they are documented across questionnaires.
  • The review reveals low comparability in several estimates (e.g., exposure and use).
  • We argue for greater transparency and comparability of bilingualism measures

The preprint is available via the OSF.