New Directions in Language Learning Psychology

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ISBN: 978-3-319-23490-8 (Print) 978-3-319-23491-5 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-6

    Introduction: New Directions in Language Learning Psychology

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    Chapter

    Pages 7-23

    Intentionality and Complex Systems Theory: A New Direction for Language Learning Psychology

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    Pages 25-38

    New Directions in Language Learning Strategy Research: Engaging with the Complexity of Strategy Use

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    Pages 39-53

    A Systemic View of Learner Autonomy

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    Pages 55-70

    Attachment Theory: Insights into Student Postures in Autonomous Language Learning

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    Pages 71-96

    Emotions and Feelings in Language Advising Discourse

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    Pages 97-112

    “It’s Time, Put on the Smile, It’s Time!”: The Emotional Labour of Second Language Teaching Within a Japanese University

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    Pages 113-134

    A Tale of Two Learners: Discovering Mentoring, Motivation, Emotions, Engagement, and Perseverance

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    Pages 135-157

    Language-Teacher Professional Identity: Focus on Discontinuities from the Perspective of Teacher Affiliation, Attachment and Autonomy

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    Chapter

    Pages 159-183

    Drawings Reveal the Beliefs of Japanese University Students

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    Pages 185-208

    Love or Money? Reinterpreting Traditional Motivational Dimensions in Modern Social and Economic Contexts

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    Pages 209-232

    Attribution Theory: Dimensions of Causality, Stability and Controllability According to Learners

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    Pages 233-247

    Scaffolding 2.0—Redefining the Role of the Teacher in Online Language Learning Environments

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    Pages 249-255

    Conclusion

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 257-259