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100 1  Carroll, Susanne E 
245 10 Input and Evidence :|bThe raw material of second language 
       acquisition 
264  1 Philadelphia :|bJohn Benjamins Publishing Company,|c2001 
264  4 |c©2001 
300    1 online resource (480 pages) 
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505 0  INPUT AND EVIDENCE -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC 
       data -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of tables -- List 
       of figures -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1 Questions, 
       problems, and definitions -- Chapter 2 Property and 
       transition theories -- Chapter 3 The representational and 
       developmental problems of language acquisition -- Chapter 
       4 The autonomous induction model -- Chapter 5 Constraints 
       on i-learning -- Chapter 6 The logical problem of (second)
       language acquisition revisited -- Chapter 7 Input and the 
       Modularity Hypothesis -- Chapter 8 The evidence for 
       negative evidence -- Chapter 9 Feedback in the Autonomous 
       Induction Theory -- Chapter 10 The interpretation of 
       verbal feedback -- Epilogue -- Appendix 1 Acceptability 
       judgement task -- Appendix 2 Experimentalsession -- 
       References -- Subject index 
520    Input and Evidence: the raw material of second language 
       acquisition is an empirical and theoretical treatment of 
       one of the essential components of SLA: the input to 
       language learning mechanisms. It reviews and adds to the 
       empirical studies showing that negative evidence 
       (correction, feedback, repetitions, reformulations) play a
       role in language acquisition in addition to that played by
       ordinary conversation. At the same time, it embeds 
       discussion of input within a framework which includes a 
       serious treatment of language processing, including the 
       problem of modularity and the question of how semantic 
       representations can influence grammatical ones. It lays 
       the foundation for the development of a truly explanatory 
       theory of SLA in the form of the Autonomous Induction 
       Theory which combines a model of induction with an 
       interpretation of Universal Grammar, thereby permitting, 
       for the the first time, a coherent approach to the problem
       of constraining induction in SLA 
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       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
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650  0 Second language acquisition.;Linguistic models 
655  4 Electronic books 
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