Second Language Acquisition and Linguistic Theory
February 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
1. The interrelation between speech and phonological acquisition from infant to adult: Cynthia Brown (University of Delaware).
2. Second language syllable structure: Martha Young-Scholten and John Archibald (University of Durham and University of Calgary).
3. Mapping features to forms in second language acquisition: Donna Lardiere (Georgetown University).
4. Second language acquisition: from initial to final state: Lydia White (McGill University).
5. When syntactic theories evolve: consequences for L2 acquisition research: Bonnie D. Schwartz and Rex A. Sprouse (University of Durham and University of Indiana).
6. An overview of the second language acquisition of links between verb semantics and morpho-syntax: Alan Juffs (University of Pittsburg).
7. Representation and processing in the second language lexicon: the homogeneity hypothesis: Gary Libben (University of Alberta).
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