Language Processing and Second Language Development

Processability theory

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This book marks a new development in the field of second language acquisition research. It explores the way in which language processing mechanisms shape the course of language development. Language Processing and Second Language Development thus adds one major psychological component to the search for a theory of second language acquisition.
The core of the book is Pienemann’s Processability Theory which spells out which second language forms are processable at which developmental stage. The theory is based on recent research into language processing and is formalised within Lexical-Functional Grammar.
The predictions of the theory are applied to the second language development of English, German, Japanese and Swedish. The theory is also tested in on-line experiments. In addition, Processability Theory has major implications for interlanguage variation (including task variation) and age-related differences in language acquisition. All of these issues are explored from a processing perspective with theoretical and empirical rigor.
[Studies in Bilingualism, 15]  1998.  xviii, 366 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
xiii
Preface: A brief overview
xv
Explanatory issues in SLA
1
Language processing and language acquisition
39
Processing procedures and the development of grammar
89
Empirical and theoretical issues in processability theory
117
Cross-linguistic validity and on-line evidence
165
Hypothesis space
231
Epilogue
331
Notes
337
References
341
Author Index
359
Subject Index
363
“I found this a very interesting and stimulating book. The author develops an original point of view which has never before been made accessible in the form of a coherent argument in a single volume. In addition, there are many aspects of the theory and of its coverage which are new.”
“[Language Processing and Second Language Development: Processability theory ] is a very good book indeed. The contents are rich, there are many discussions of similar models, and the differences between them and PT are thoroughly accounted for. Even if one were not primarily interpreted in PT, one would still learn a great deal about SLA from this book. So it is really a gift to SLA researchers. Buy it — you will be sure to use it many times as a source of inspiration and for references.”
“Pienemann's book represents a significant contribution to theoretical debates in SLA with its systematic description of language development in terms of cognitive factors relating to human processing abilities as well as formal/linguistic notions derived from a theory of grammar.

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