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Previous studies showed reduced hemispheric asymmetry in face perception in bilinguals compared with monolinguals, suggesting that hemispheric asymmetry in visual stimulus processing may be modulated by language reading experience. Here we examined whether this phenomenon can also be observed in bilinguals with different language backgrounds. We compared English monolinguals, European-English bilinguals (who know two alphabetic languages), and Chinese-English bilinguals (who have mastered adoi:10.1017/s1366728913000734 fatcat:gyhp222ikvfjdkqjiwedjzklfy