More from Janusz Arabski Adam Wojtaszek. More about Neurolinguistics Psycholinguistics Second language acquisition. Wojtaszek, Adam. Publisher: Bristol : Multilingual matters, Description: XIV, p. Series: Second language acquisition ; 48 Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references. Identifying the neural substrates of second language acquisition: what is the contribution from functional and structural MRI?
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Summary. Neurolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Perspectives on SLA is a collection of twelve chapters, reporting on research results and. Neurolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Perspectives on SLA is a collection of twelve chapters, reporting on research results and presenting theoretical insights into.
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The Feeling Brain. Ortega, Lourdes Dianna T. Multiculturalism, Multilingualism and the Self. Through a wide array of topics and theoretical percpectives, it shows that language attrition is another window into the workings of the bilingual mind and therefore must have a place in an integrated picture of bilingual language development.
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Neurolinguistic Perspective1. Identifying the neural substrates of second language acquisition: what is the contribution from functional and structural MRI? On neuroanatomical substrates of dyslexia. With some implications for FL acquisition - Joanna Nijakowska4.
Emotion versus cognition, or what psycho- and neurolinguistics tell us about affectivity in SLA - Danuta Gabrys-Barker5. Observable strategizing - on limbic communication in advanced users of language - Agnieszka Slezak-SwiatII.
Psycholinguistic Perspective6. Bilingual language control in translation tasks.
A connectionist-enactivist perspective on learning to write - Jan Zalewski8. Cross-linguistic conceptual influence from a bilingual perspective: in search of research paradigm - Jolanta Latkowska9. Coming from a teaching background, the contributors provide reviews of a heterogeneous set of theoretical positions and research approaches. Some may find it eclectic, I found it stimulating. Their research interests include psycholinguistics, language acquisition and linguistic pragmatics.
The editors and the contributing authors are active members of many scientific committees and organizations devoted to the investigation of language acquisition processes, and they regularly participate in many conferences and publish extensively. The author list comprises experienced scholars as well as young and promising researchers. His major field of interest is linguistic pragmatics, psycholinguistics and language of persuasion. He has published two books on advertising language, Deciphering Radio Commercials - A Pragmatic Perspective and Theoretical Frameworks in the Study of Press Advertisements - Polish, British and Chinese Perspective , as well as a number of articles on the topic.
He is also the author of a chapter on morphosyntactic development in the volume edited by Danuta Gabrys-Barker, Readings in Second Language Acquisition He is also one of the organizers of the annual international SLA conference held in Szczyrk, Poland, a major event of international recognition, initiated in the mid 's by Janusz Arabski.
Neurolinguistic Perspective 1. Identifying the neural substrates of second language acquisition: what is the contribution from functional and structural MRI? Reichle 3. On neuroanatomical substrates of dyslexia.