Cognitive Processing in Second Language Acquisition

Inside the learner's mind

Editors
| University of Koblenz-Landau
| University of Pennsylvania
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This edited volume represents state of the field research linking cognition and second language acquisition, reflecting the experience of the learner when engaged in noticing, input/output processing, retrieval, and even attrition of target forms. Contributions are both theoretical and practical, describing a variety of L1, L2 and L3 combinations from around the world as observed in spoken, written, and computer-mediated contexts. The book relates conditions of language, task, medium or environment to how learners make decisions about language, with discussions about the application or efficacy of these conditions on linguistic success and development, and pedagogical implications.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
vii
Introduction: Cognitive processing in second language acquisition
Martin Pütz and Laura Sicola
1–6
I. Cognitive theoretical foundations of language and learning
1. Concept stretching and model merging: An attempt to better account for L2 processing and acquisition of grammatical constructions
Mark Fifer Seilhamer
9–26
2. Construction learning as category learning
Nick C. Ellis
27–48
3. The role of relevance theory in SLA studies
Maria Jodlowiec
49–66
4. Distinct mechanisms in the processing of English past tense morphology: A view from L2 processing
Bilal Kırkıcı
67–84
5. Third language acquisition, macrocategories and synonymy
Ksenya Filatova
85–96
II. Mental processes and acquisition procedures followed by language learners
6. First exposure: Converting target language input to intake
Rebekah Rast
99–116
7. On the stability of representations in the multilingual lexicon
Kees de Bot and Wander Lowie
117–134
8. Conceptual representations in the multilingual mind: A study of advanced Dutch students of English
Wander Lowie, Marjolijn H. Verspoor and Bregtje Seton
135–148
9. Formulaic language in L2: Storage, retrieval and production of idioms by second language learners
Anna Cieslicka
149–168
10. A procedure for testing the Noticing Hypothesis in the context of vocabulary acquisition
Aline Godfroid, Alex Housen and Frank Boers
169–197
11. Construal and the use of impersonalisation strategies in English and Spanish in an FLL context
Juana I. Marín-Arrese
199–226
12. Inside the attriter’s mind: A comparative exploration of the cognitive constraints in Dutch L1 attrition in an L2 English environment and advanced Dutch L1 acquisition
Merel Keijzer
227–240
III. Cognitive language pedagogy
13. Situating and distributing cognition across task demands: The SSARC model of pedagogic task sequencing
Peter Robinson
243–268
14. Typology in the L2 classroom: Second language acquisition from a typological perspective
Luna Filipović and Ivana Vidaković
269–292
15. Metaphoric competence in the first and second language: Similarities and differences
Jeannette Littlemore
293–316
16. Figurative competence is better developed in L1 than in L2, or is it?: Understanding conversational implicatures in L1 and L2
Katarzyna Bromberek-Dyzman and Anna Ewert
317–334
17. Attention to phonological form: Modified output in task-based negotiated interaction
Laura Sicola
335–350
18. Quality and type of corrective feedback, noticing, and learner uptake in synchronous computer-mediated text-based and voice chats
Susana M. Sotillo
351–370
Index
371–374
“Kudos to the editors for putting together such a far-reaching volume. The range of topics will be of broad interest — to those who are interested in cognitive and psycholinguistic processes of second language learning and to those who are interested in understanding what this means for formal classroom learning. This is a must-read for students and scholars of SLA and anyone who wants to learn what SLA can tell us about general human cognition.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFDC – Language acquisition
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2010000584