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Author Arabski, Prof. Janusz
Title Neurolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Perspectives on SLA
Imprint Bristol : Channel View Publications, 2009
©2010
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (204 pages)
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Series Second Language Acquisition ; v.No. 48
Second Language Acquisition
Note Intro -- Contents -- Contributors -- Introduction -- Part 1 Neurolinguistic Perspective -- Chapter 1 Identifying the Neural Substrates of Second Language Acquisition: What is the Contribution from Functional and Structural MRI? -- Chapter 2 The Critical Period Hypothesis: Evidence from Information Structural Processing in French -- Chapter 3 On Neuroanatomical Substrates of Dyslexia: With Some Implications for Foreign Language Acquisition -- Chapter 4 Emotion versus Cognition, or What Psycho and Neurolinguistics Tell us about Affectivity in Second Language Acquisition -- Chapter 5 Observable Strategizing: On Limbic Communication in Advanced Users of Language -- Part 2 Psycholinguistic Perspective -- Chapter 6 Bilingual Language Control in Translation Tasks: A TAP Study into Mental Effort Management by Inexperienced Translators -- Chapter 7 A Connectionist-Enactivist Perspective on Learning to Write -- Chapter 8 Cross-Linguistic Conceptual Influence from a Bilingual Perspective: In Search of Research Paradigm -- Chapter 9 On the Asymmetry of Verb-Noun Collocations -- Chapter 10 Gender Differences in L1 and L2 Reading -- Chapter 11 An Educational Language Community: External and Internal Language Use by Multilingual Students -- Chapter 12 Language Awareness in Using Cognate Vocabulary: The Case of Polish Advanced Students of English in the Light of the Theory of Affordances
This is a collection of twelve chapters, reporting on research results and presenting theoretical insights into the processes of language acquisition. The first part outlines the neurobiological processes which assist formation of additional language in the brain, while the second part offers psyc
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Link Print version: Arabski, Prof. Janusz Neurolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Perspectives on SLA Bristol : Channel View Publications,c2009 9781847692412
Subject Second language acquisition -- Psychological aspects.;Neurolinguistic programming.;Psycholinguistics
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Alt Author Wojtaszek, Adam
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