Prediction in Second Language Processing and Learning

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| University of Florida
| University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa
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There is ample evidence that language users, including second-language (L2) users, can predict upcoming information during listening and reading. Yet it is still unclear when, how, and why language users engage in prediction, and what the relation is between prediction and learning. This volume presents a collection of current research, insights, and directions regarding the role of prediction in L2 processing and learning. The contributions in this volume specifically address how different (L1-based) theoretical models of prediction apply to or may be expanded to account for L2 processing, report new insights on factors (linguistic, cognitive, social) that modulate L2 users’ engagement in prediction, and discuss the functions that prediction may or may not serve in L2 processing and learning. Taken together, this volume illustrates various fruitful approaches to investigating and accounting for differences in predictive processing within and across individuals, as well as across populations.
[Bilingual Processing and Acquisition, 12]  2021.  xiii, 234 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
vii
List of contributors
x–xiii
Chapter 1. Prediction in second language processing and learning: Advances and directions
Edith Kaan and Theres Grüter
2–24
Chapter 2. Automaticity and prediction in non-native language comprehension
Aine Ito and Martin J. Pickering
26–46
Chapter 3. Second language prediction ability across different linguistic domains: Evidence from German
Judith Schlenter and Claudia Felser
48–68
Chapter 4. Influence of syntactic complexity on second language prediction
Eunjin Chun, Si Chen, Shulin Liu and Angel Chan
70–89
Chapter 5. Language prediction in second language: Does language similarity matter?
Alice Foucart
92–114
Chapter 6. Prediction in bilingual children: The missing piece of the puzzle
Figen Karaca, Susanne Brouwer, Sharon Unsworth and Falk Huettig
116–137
Chapter 7. Code-switching: A processing burden, or a valuable resource for prediction?
Aleksandra Tomić and Jorge R. Valdés Kroff
140–166
Chapter 8. Prediction and grammatical learning in second language sentence processing
Holger Hopp
168–185
Chapter 9. The role of prediction in second language vocabulary learning
Chiara Gambi
188–206
Chapter 10. Forcing prediction increases priming and adaptation in second language production
Theres Grüter, Yanxin Alice Zhu and Carrie N. Jackson
208–231
Index
Index
233
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CFDM – Bilingualism & multilingualism
BISAC Subject: LAN009040 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Psycholinguistics
ONIX Metadata
ONIX 2.1
ONIX 3.0
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2021029295 | Marc record