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Second language acquisition and the critical period hypothesis / edited by David Birdsong
(Second language acquisition research : theoretical and methodological issues / Susan M. Gass, Jacquelyn Schac[h]ter, series editors)

Publisher Mahwah, N.J. : L. Erlbuam Associates
Year 1999
Codes ID=2000821338 NCID=BA41161048

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Language English
Size x, 191 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents 1. Introduction: Whys and why nots of the critical period hypothesis for second language acquisition / David Birdsong
2. Functional neural subsystems are differentially affected by delays in second language immersion: ERP and behavioral evidence in bilinguals / Christine M. Weber-Fox and Helen J. Neville
3. Co-evolution of language size and critical period / James R. Hurford and Simon Kirby
4. Critical periods and (second) language acquisition: Divide et impera / Lynn Eubank and Kevin R. Gregg
5. Age of learning and second language speech / James E. Flege
6. Ultimate attainment in L2 pronunciation: The case of very advanced late L2 learners / Theo Bongaerts
7. Confounded age: Linguistic and cognitive factors in age differences for second language acquisition / Ellen Bialystok and Kenji Hakuta
Notes Chiefly papers presented at a conference held Aug. 1996, Jyväskylä, Finland
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Authors Birdsong, David
Hurford, James R.
Eubank, Lynn, 1950-
Flege, James Emil
Bongaerts, Theo
Bialystok, Ellen
Subjects LCSH:Second language acquisition -- Congresses  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:P118.2
Vol ISBN:0805830847

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North Library (Closed Stack, 5-7th, Media, Foreign Books) :alk paper 401.93/SE24 0173326320
0805830847 1999

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