Publication reviewing the state-of-the-art in bilingualism questionnaires

In our our newly published state-of-the-art paper, we:

  • review 48 questionnaires documenting bilingualism in children
  • report the frequency of documenting 32 constructs and 194 components across tools
  • reveal low comparability in several estimates (e.g., exposure and use)
  • argue for grater transparency and comparability in bilingualism measures
  • include a list of identified questionnaires in the supplements, as well as additional data on construct/component frequency

The paper has been published in Bilingualism: Language and Cognition and it can be accessed freely here.