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1. Cross-language priming is a widely used experimental paradigm in psycholinguistic research to study bilingual lexical representation and organization.

2. The current study examines cross-language priming effects between Chinese and English in bilinguals with different L2 proficiency levels and learning history, using a lexical decision task.

3. The results show larger priming effects from L1 to L2 than from L2 to L1, stronger facilitation for translation priming than semantic priming, and how such asymmetries in priming change as the bilinguals’ L2 learning history changes.

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