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The Role of Cross-Linguistic and Cross-Cultural Experiences in Bilinguals' Divergent Thinking

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Language Proficiency Conceptual System Conceptual Representation Divergent Thinking Bilingual Child 
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  1. 1.American University of SharjahSharjah

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