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Neurolinguistic Perspective1. Identifying the neural substrates of second language acquisition: what is the contribution from functional and structural MRI? On neuroanatomical substrates of dyslexia.
With some implications for FL acquisition - Joanna Nijakowska4. Emotion versus cognition, or what psycho- and neurolinguistics tell us about affectivity in SLA - Danuta Gabrys-Barker5. Observable strategizing - on limbic communication in advanced users of language - Agnieszka Slezak-SwiatII.
Psycholinguistic and Sociolinguistic Perspectives on Second Language Learning and Teaching
Psycholinguistic Perspective6. Bilingual language control in translation tasks. A connectionist-enactivist perspective on learning to write - Jan Zalewski8. Cross-linguistic conceptual influence from a bilingual perspective: in search of research paradigm - Jolanta Latkowska9. On the asymmetry of verb-noun collocations - Wojciech Malec Gender differences in L1 and L2 reading - Liliana Piasecka An educational language community; external and internal language use by multilingual students - Anna Ewert In Search of Research Paradigm.
Liliana Piasecka. Internal Language Use by Multilingual Students. Their research interests include psycholinguistics, language acquisition and linguistic pragmatics.
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They have invited twelve researchers and practitioners in neurolinguistics and psycholinguistics to contribute papers reporting on their recent studies related to the processes of language acquisition. Coming from a teaching background, the contributors provide reviews of a heterogeneous set of theoretical positions and research approaches. Some may find it eclectic, I found it stimulating.
This book is a must for all interested in SLA, multilingualism and language learning in general.sintraport.org.br/templates/como/rastreador-de-celular-vivo-gratis.html
Introducing Second Language Acquisition - Asian EFL Journal : Asian EFL Journal
It offers a well-composed selection of thought-provoking perspectives stemming from neuro- and psycholinguistic studies focusing on the second language learner. The various scholars study a wide range of topics in two promising areas of research and thereby give evidence of the multifaceted nature of methodologies used in modern linguistics. This source will certainly open up new research avenues in the field.
Their research interests include psycholinguistics, language acquisition and linguistic pragmatics.