New Trends in Language Acquisition Within the Generative Perspective
This book presents a comprehensive, state-of-the-art treatment of the acquisition of Indo- and Non-Indo-European languages in various contexts, such as L1, L2, L3/Ln, bi/multilingual, heritage languages, pathology as well as language impairment, and sign language acquisition. The book explores a bro...
|Edition:||1st ed. 2020|
|Series:||Studies in Theoretical Psycholinguistics
|Collection:||Springer eBooks 2005- - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
- Section I Second-language
- Putnam, Michael T., The role of formal features in an exo-skeletal grammar: Implications for language acquisition and maintenance
- Ahern, Aoife, José Amenós-Pons and Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes, Intepreting evidentiality in non-evidential languages: L2 Spanish by L1 French speakers
- Tuniyan, Elina and Roumyana Slabakova, L2 acquisition of definiteness in English: non-target mapping of anaphoricity onto the ..
- Diaubalick, Tim, Pedro Guijarro-Fuentes and Katrin Schmitz, Language influence in the acquisition of aspect: Advanced L2 learners versus heritage speakers
- Genevska-Hanke, Dobrinka, Pronominal use in late L1 attrition in near-native L2 acquisition: the case of pro-drop L1 Bulgarian and non-pro-drop L2 German
- Section II Language acquisition under specific conditions
- Wimmer, Eva, Bernadette Witecy and Martina Penke, Syntactic problems in German individuals with Down syndrome: evidence from the production of wh-questions
- Smeets, Liz and Luisa Meroni, Stress or context for the computation of scalar implicatures
- Herbert, Marjorie and Acrisio Pires, Contact signing and English-based production among L1 and L2 deaf ASL-English bilinguals
- Müller, Natascha and Abira Sivakumar-Thiyagarajah, Acquiring three languages from birth: It does matter
- Section III First language
- Ito, Masuyo and Kenneth Wexler, Maximality trouble? Japanese-speaking children’s interpretation of comparatives
- Agostinho, Celina and Anna Gavarró, The acquisition of implicit control in European Portuguese
- De Villiers, Jill, Jessica Kotfila, and Tom Roeper, When is recursion easier for children?
- Sicuro Correa, Letícia Maria, On the domain specificity of intervention effects in children’s comprehension of relative clauses and coordinate clauses
- Bosch, Jasmijn, Shalom Zuckermann and Manuela Pinto, The acquisition of ‘bridging’ tested in a coloring task
- Roeper, Tom, Jennifer Rau, Dagmar Bittner, Nadine Balbach, Milena Kuehnast, Presuppositions, implicatures, and repair emerge slowly