Article published In:
Journal of Second Language Studies
Vol. 7:1 (2024) ► pp.4474
Acheson, D. J., Wells, J. B., & MacDonald, M. C.
(2008) New and updated tests of print exposure and reading abilities in college students. Behavior Research Methods, 40 (1), 278–289. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Agudo, J. de D. M.
(2017) Native and Non-Native Teachers in English Language Classrooms: Professional Challenges and Teacher Education. Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Altenberg, B., & Tapper, M.
(1998) The use of adverbial connectors in advanced Swedish learners’ written English. In Learner English on Computer. Routledge.Google Scholar
Anderson, G.
(2014) So, Transitions: Linking Adverbial Use of University ESL Students. CATESOL Journal, 26 (1), 1–13.Google Scholar
Baayen, H.
(2008) Analyzing Linguistic Data: A practical introduction to statistics using R. Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bates, D., Mächler, M., Bolker, B., & Walker, S.
(2014) Fitting Linear Mixed-Effects Models using lme4. arXiv:1406.5823 [Stat]. [URL]
Blakemore, D.
(2002) Relevance and linguistic meaning: The semantics and pragmatics of discourse markers (Vol. 991). Cambridge University Press. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Benzitoun, C., Debaisieux, J.-M., & Deulofeu, H.-J.
(2016) Le projet ORFÉO: Un corpus d’étude pour le français contemporain. Corpus, 15 1, Article 15. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Bolton, K., Nelson, G., & Hung, J.
Brysbaert, M.
(2013) Lextale_FR a fast, free, and efficient test to measure language proficiency in French. PSYCHOLOGICA BELGICA, 53 (1), Article 1. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Caron, J., Micko, H. C., & Thüring, M.
(1988) Conjunctions and the recall of composite sentences. Journal of memory and language, 27 (3), 309–323. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Chen, P.-J.
(2014) Learners’ Use of English Adverbial Connectors in Academic. International Journal on Studies in English Language and Literature, 81.Google Scholar
Christofalos, A. L., Raney, G. E., Daniel, F., & Demos, A. P.
(2020) Titles support the development of coherent situation models. Journal of Research in Reading, 43 (4), 417–433. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Clahsen, H., & Felser, C.
(2006) How native-like is non-native language processing? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 10 (12), 564–570. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Crewe, W. J.
(1990) The illogic of logical connectives. ELT Journal, 44 (4), 316–325. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Crible, L., & Pickering, M. J.
(2020) Compensating for processing difficulty in discourse: Effect of parallelism in contrastive relations. Discourse Processes, 57 (10), 862–879. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Crible, L.
(2021) Negation Cancels Discourse-Level Processing Differences: Evidence from Reading Times in Concession and Result Relations. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Crosson, A. C., Lesaux, N. K., & Martiniello, M.
(2008) Factors that influence comprehension of connectives among language minority children from Spanish-speaking backgrounds. Applied Psycholinguistics, 29 (4), 603–625. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Degand, L., & Sanders, T.
(2002) The impact of relational markers on expository text comprehension in L1 and L2. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 151. 739–757. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Degand, L., & Hadermann, P.
(2009) Structure narrative et connecteurs temporels en français langue seconde. In Eva Havu, Juhani Härmä, Mervi Helkkula, Meri Larjavaara et Ulla Tuomarla (eds). La langue en contexte. Actes du colloque « Représentations du sens linguistique IV », Helsinki 28–30 mai 2008. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique, 19–34
Ellis, R.
(2006) Modelling Learning Difficulty and Second Language Proficiency: The Differential Contributions of Implicit and Explicit Knowledge. Applied Linguistics, 27 (3), 431–463. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
(2009) Implicit and Explicit Learning, Knowledge and Instruction. Multilingual Matters. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Field, Y., & Yip, O. Y. L. M.
(1992) A Comparison of Internal Conjunctive Cohesion in the English Essay Writing of Cantonese Speakers and Native Speakers of English. RELC Journal, 23 (1), 15–28. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Fraser, B.
(1998) Contrastive Discourse Markers in English. In A. H. Jucker & Y. Ziv (Eds.), Discourse Markers. Description and Theory (pp. 301–326). John Benjamins Publishing. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Fox, J., & Weisberg, S.
(2018) An R Companion to Applied Regression. SAGE Publications.Google Scholar
Granger, S., & Tyson, S.
(1996) Connector usage in the English essay writing of native and non-native EFL speakers of English. World Englishes, 15 (1), 17–27. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Ha, M.
(2016) Linking Adverbials in First-Year Korean University EFL Learners’ Writing: A Corpus-Informed Analysis. Computer Assisted Language Learning: An International Journal, 29 (6), 1090–1101. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Halliday, M. A. K., & Hasan, R.
(1976) Cohesion in English. Longman.Google Scholar
(1986) Static and dynamic cohesion: Signals of thinking in writing. Functional Approaches to Writing. Research Perspectives, London: Frances Pinter.Google Scholar
Kidd, E., Donnelly, S., & Christiansen, M. H.
(2018) Individual Differences in Language Acquisition and Processing. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 22 (2), 154–169. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Kanno, Y.
(1989) The Use of Connectives in English Academic Papers Written by Japanese Students. MITA Working Papers in Psycholinguistics, Volume 2, Volume 2. [URL]
Lambda-l Group
(1975) Car, parce que, puisque. Revue Romane 101, 248–280.Google Scholar
Leedham, M., & Cai, G.
(2013) Besides … on the other hand: Using a corpus approach to explore the influence of teaching materials on Chinese students’ use of linking adverbials. Journal of Second Language Writing, 22 (4), 374–389. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Lyu, S., Tu, J.-Y., & Lin, C.-J. C.
(2020) Processing Plausibility in Concessive and Causal Relations: Evidence from Self-Paced Reading and Eye-Tracking. Discourse Processes, 57 (4), 320–342. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Martin-Chang, S. L., & Gould, O. N.
(2008) Revisiting print exposure: Exploring differential links to vocabulary, comprehension and reading rate. Journal of Research in Reading, 31 (3), 273–284. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Milton, J. C. P., & Tsang, E. S.-C.
(1993) A corpus-based study of logical connectors in EFL students’ writing: Directions for future research.Google Scholar
Mohamed, N.
(2016) Use of conjunctions in argumentative essay by ESL undergraduates. E-Academia Journal, 5 (1), Article 1.Google Scholar
Nippold, M., Schwarz, I., & Undlin, R.
(1992) Use and Understanding of Adverbial Conjuncts. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 35 (1), 108–118. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Papadopoulou, D., & Clahsen, H.
(2003) Parsing strategies in L1 and L2 sentence processing: A study of relative clause attachment in Greek. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 25 (4), 501–528. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
R Core Team
(2020) R: A language and environment for statistical computing. R Foundation for Statistical Computing, Vienna, Austria. URL [URL]
Recio Fernández, I. M.
(2020) The Impact of Procedural Meaning on Second Language Processing: A Study on Connectives [Dissertation]. DOI logo
Roze, C., Danlos, L., & Muller, P.
(2012) LEXCONN: A French Lexicon of Discourse Connectives. Discours. Revue de Linguistique, Psycholinguistique et Informatique. A Journal of Linguistics, Psycholinguistics and Computational Linguistics, 10 1, Article 10. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Schreiber-Gregory, D. N.
(2018) Ridge Regression and multicollinearity: An in-depth review. Model Assisted Statistics and Applications, 13 (4), 359–365. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Shi, J.
(2017) A corpus-based study of contrastive/concessive linking adverbials in spoken English of Chinese EFL learners. Studies in Literature and Language, 14 (2), 17–25.Google Scholar
Spyridakis, J. H., & Standal, T. C.
(1987) Signals in expository prose: Effects on reading comprehension. Reading Research Quarterly, 285–298. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Tapper, M.
(2005) Connectives in advanced Swedish EFL learners’ written English–preliminary results. The Department of English: Working Papers in English Linguistics, 51, 116–144.Google Scholar
Tavakoli, P.
(2019) Chapter 2. Automaticity, fluency and second language task performance. In Z. (Edward) Wen & M. J. Ahmadian (Eds.), Task-Based Language Teaching (Vol. 131, pp. 39–52). John Benjamins Publishing Company. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Moeschler, J.
(2005) Connecteurs pragmatiques, inférences directionnelles et représentations mentales. Cahiers Chronos, 12 1, 35–50. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
van Silfhout, G. van, Evers-Vermeul, J., & Sanders, T. J. M.
Wetzel, M., Zufferey, S., & Gygax, P.
(2020) Second Language Acquisition and the Mastery of Discourse Connectives: Assessing the Factors That Hinder L2-Learners from Mastering French Connectives. Languages, 5 (3), Article 3. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Wetzel, M., Crible, L., & Zufferey, S.
(2022) Processing clause-internal discourse relations in a second language: A case study of specifications in German and French. Journal of second language studies, 5 (2), 206–234.Google Scholar
Wetzel, M., Zufferey, S., & Gygax, P.
(2022a) Do non-native readers rely on connectives? The processing of coherence relations in L2. In M.-J. Cuenca & L. Degand (Eds.), Discourse Markers in Interaction (pp. 89–119). De Gruyter. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
(2022b) How Robust Is Discourse Processing for Native Readers? The Role of Connectives and the Coherence Relations They Convey. Frontiers in Psychology, 13 1. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Wetzel, M., Tskhovrebova, E., Gygax, P. M., & Zufferey, S.
(2023) Pragmatic and syntactic constraints on French causal connectives: An evaluation of native and non-native speakers’ sensitivity. Journal of Pragmatics, 209 1, 89–107. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Zamel, V.
(1983) Teaching those missing links in writing1. ELT Journal, 37 (1), 22–29. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Zufferey, S.
(2014) Givenness, procedural meaning and connectives. The case of French puisque. Journal of Pragmatics, 62 1, 121–135. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Zufferey, S., Mak, W., Degand, L., & Sanders, T.
(2015) Advanced learners’ comprehension of discourse connectives: The role of L1 transfer across on-line and off-line tasks. Second Language Research, 31 (3), 389–411. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Zufferey, S., & Gygax, P. M.
(2017) Processing Connectives with a Complex Form-Function Mapping in L2: The Case of French “En Effet.” Frontiers in Psychology, 8 1, 1198. DOI logoGoogle Scholar
Zufferey, S., & Gygax, P.
(2020) “Roger Broke His Tooth. <However>, He Went to the Dentist”: Why Some Readers Struggle to Evaluate Wrong (and Right) Uses of Connectives. Discourse Processes, 57 (2), 184–200. DOI logoGoogle Scholar