Journal of Second Language Studies 1:1
| University of Maryland
[Journal of Second Language Studies, 1:1] 2018. iii, 230 pp.
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Table of Contents
Grammatical gender processing in L2 speakers of Spanish: The role of cognate status and gender transparencyLauren Halberstadt, Jorge R. Valdés Kroff, and Paola E. Dussias | pp. 5–30
Suprasegmental information cues morphological anticipation during L1/L2 lexical accessNuria Sagarra and Joseph V. Casillas | pp. 31–59
Possibility of semantic involvement in the L1-L2 congruency effect in the processing of L2 collocationsJunko Yamashita | pp. 60–78
Effects of second language proficiency and working memory span on novel language learningKaitlyn L. Zavaleta and Janet L. Nicol | pp. 79–105
Early and late learners decompose inflected nouns, but can they tell which ones are inflected correctly?Kira Gor, Anna Chrabaszcz, and Svetlana Cook | pp. 106–140
The effects of transliterations, thematic organization, and working memory on adult L2 vocabulary learningAlison M. Tseng, Martin C. Doppelt, and Natasha Tokowicz | pp. 141–165
The use of lexical and sublexical cues in speech segmentation by second language learners of EnglishCandise Yue Lin and Min Wang | pp. 166–198
Associative networks from L2 words in early and late Vietnamese-English bilingualsJuliet Huynh and Naoko Witzel | pp. 199–230