Guust Meijers

List of John Benjamins publications for which Guust Meijers plays a role.

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Meijers, Guust, Ineke Vedder, Wander Lowie en Alies Maclean 2006 VoorwoordToegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen 75, pp. 7–8
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Meijers, Guust, Ineke Vedder, Wander Lowie, Willemijn Heeren en Jan ten Hije 2005 VoorwoordMeertaligheid zonder meer, pp. 7–9
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Meijers, Guust, Lydius Nienhuis en Maaike Hajer 2001 VoorwoordOnderzoek ontmoet onderwijs 2, pp. 7–8
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Meijers, Guust, Lydius Nienhuis, Maaike Hajer en Nanette Maalman 2001 VoorwoordToegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen 65, pp. 7–8
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This article provides an overview of the Third Sociolinguistics Conference, which was held in Lunteren (The Netherlands) on 8 and 9 March 1999. In particular, attention is focussed on the topics and theories that turned out to play ah important role at this conference. The article begins with a… read more | Article
Bol, Gerard, Wilma Eising, Lydius Nienhuis en Guust Meijers 1998 VoorwoordTaal(leer)problemen, pp. 7–8
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Backus, Ad, Erica Huls en Guust Meijers 1997 VoorwoordInterculturele communicatie, pp. 5–8
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Nienhuis, Lydius, Wilma Elsing, Rick de Graaff, Guust Meijers en Mirjam Woutersen 1995 VoorwoordToegepaste Taalwetenschap in Artikelen 53, pp. 5–8
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This contribution gives a global introduction into recent developments in theory and research on individual differences in language learning. It attempts to outline a more general framework for the contributions in this volume on learner differences. The following five questions are focused upon:… read more | Article
Since 1985 English has been an obligatory subject in the last two classes of Dutch primary schools. This fact provided an inducement to carry out an investigation to examine if balanced bilingual Turkish and Moroccan children would react differently from Dutch monolingual children to these English… read more | Article
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This article gives a critical review of some research in listening comprehension in a foreign language. Several important methodological failures are discussed: lack of systematic variation of the input, measurement after the relevant initial listening process and measurement by means of… read more | Article
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