Language in Cognition and Affect

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ISBN: 978-3-642-35304-8 (Print) 978-3-642-35305-5 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx

  2. Language

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-16

      Gendered Use of the Hedge in Academic Discourse

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      Pages 17-31

      Clean Reads for Teens? Purification Strategy in Andreas Steinhöfels Rico, Oskar und die Tieferschatten in the Chicken House’s Edition

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      Pages 33-57

      Infotainment or ‘Infotamination’? Some Remarks on Target Audience Reception of Linguistic Humour in TV News Headlines

  3. Cognition

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 59-59

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      Pages 61-80

      The Development of Discourse Competence in Advanced L2 Speech: A Look at Relexicalization

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      Pages 81-94

      Beginner Students’ Speech Fluency in a Second Language Compared Across Two Contexts of Acquisition

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      Pages 95-110

      How to Foster Critical Literacy in Academic Contexts: Some Insights from Action Research on Writing Research Papers

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      Pages 111-131

      The Influence of Cohesion and Coherence on Text Quality: A Cross-Linguistic Study of Foreign Language Learners’ Written Production

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      Pages 133-149

      Differential Effects of Input-Providing and Output-Inducing Corrective Feedback on the Acquisition of English Passive Voice

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      Pages 151-170

      The Acquisition of the English Article System by Polish Learners in Different Proficiency Groups Juxtaposed with a Case Study

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      Pages 171-188

      Reducing Cognitive Barriers to Successful Dictionary Use: Advancements in Pedagogical Lexicography

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      Pages 189-201

      Socioeconomic Status and Parental Involvement as Cognitive and Affective Factors Fostering Very Young Learners’ Second Language Development

  4. Affect

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 203-203

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      Pages 205-218

      Cultural Conceptualisations of Emotions in Intercultural Communication in English as a Lingua Franca in a Polish-Ukrainian Project

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      Pages 219-237

      What Does it Feel Like to Use English? Empirical Evidence from EFL Students

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      Pages 239-253

      The Effect of Affect on Learning: Self-Esteem and Self-Concept

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      Pages 255-274

      Foreign Language Pronunciation and Listening Anxiety: A Preliminary Study

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      Pages 275-294

      Task Motivation in L3 Comprehension and Use, as Revealed by Think-Aloud Protocols and Communication Strategies

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      Pages 295-314

      Teachers’ Beliefs About EFL Grammar Learning and Teaching

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      Pages 315-343

      “English Self-Taught”: Self-Study Guides for Polish Learners of English (1860–1945)