Essential Topics in Applied Linguistics and Multilingualism

Studies in Honor of David Singleton

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ISBN: 978-3-319-01413-5 (Print) 978-3-319-01414-2 (Online)

Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

  2. Essential Topics in Applied Linguistics

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-20

      Can you Learn to Love Grammar and so Make it Grow? On the Role of Affect in L2 Development

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      Pages 21-41

      It’s All in the Eyes: How Language Dominance, Salience, and Context Affect Eye Movements During Idiomatic Language Processing

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      Pages 43-50

      The Critical Period Hypothesis for Second Language Acquisition: Tailoring the Coat of Many Colors

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      Pages 51-68

      The Association Between Aptitude Components and Language Skills in Young Learners

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      Pages 69-88

      Cross-Linguistic Influence in L2 Writing: The Role of Short-Term Memory

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      Pages 89-109

      Another Look at Temporal Variation in Language Learning Motivation: Results of a Study

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      Pages 111-128

      Testing Linguistic Awareness Among Learners of Hungarian

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      Pages 129-154

      Dyslexia in the European EFL Teacher Training Context

  3. Essential Topics in Multilingualism

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 155-155

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      Pages 157-173

      The Concept of Affordances in Applied Linguistics and Multilingualism

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      Pages 175-184

      On Multilingual Awareness or Why the Multilingual Learner is a Specific Language Learner

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      Pages 185-204

      Face to Face with One’s Thoughts: On Thinking Multilingually

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      Pages 205-224

      Crosslinguistic Influence in Instructed L3 Child Phonological Acquisition

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      Pages 225-233

      Crosslinguistic Influence and Bilingual Children’s Weaker Language

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      Pages 235-251

      Learners’ Reflections on Their Narratives on L2 and L3 Learning

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      Pages 253-266

      Exploring the Impact of the Proficiency and Typology Factors: Two Cases of Multilingual Learners’ L3 Learning

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      Pages 267-290

      Standard Punctuation and the Punctuation of the Street

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      Pages 291-298

      The Homunculus in the Multilingual Brain

  4. Back Matter

    Pages 299-305