I simply do not have the "time" (no pun intended) to read this issue. Listed below is a statement of the journals mission, followed by a listing of the articles in this special issue. I've provided a link to the introductory editorial (click here). If any reader is interested in reading a copy of any of the articles, in exchange for a summary that would be posted as a guest blog post at the IQ Brain Clock blog, drop me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Language Learning is a scientific journal dedicated to the understanding of language learning broadly defined. It publishes research articles that systematically apply methods of inquiry from disciplines including psychology, linguistics, cognitive science, educational inquiry, neuroscience, ethnography, sociolinguistics, sociology, and semiotics. It is concerned with fundamental theoretical issues in language learning such as child, second, and foreign language acquisition, language education, bilingualism, literacy, language representation in mind and brain, culture, cognition, pragmatics, and intergroup relations. A subscription includes an annual supplement - a volume from the Best of Language Learning Series or the Language Learning Monograph Series - as well as a biennial monograph - the Language Learning-Max Planck Institute Cognitive Neurosciences Series.
Baggio, G. (2008). Processing Temporal Constraints: An ERP Study. Language Learning, 58, 35-55.
Burt, C. D. B. (2008). Time, Language, and Autobiographical Memory. Language Learning, 58, 123-141.
Carota, F., & Sirigu, A. (2008). Neural Bases of Sequence Processing in Action and Language. Language Learning, 58, 179-199.
Casasanto, D. (2008). Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Whorf? Crosslinguistic Differences in Temporal Language and Thought. Language Learning, 58, 63-79.
Dewaele, J. M., Petrides, K. V., & Furnham, A. (2008). Effects of Trait Emotional Intelligence and Sociobiographical Variables on Communicative Anxiety and Foreign Language Anxiety Among Adult Multilinguals: A Review and Empirical Investigation. Language Learning, 58(4), 911-960.
Ellis, N. C. (2008). Temporal Cognition and Temporal Language the First and Second Times Around. Commentary on McCormack and Hoerl. Language Learning, 58, 115-121.
Evans, V. (2008). Simulation Semantics and the Linguistics of Time. Commentary on Zwaan. Language Learning, 58, 27-33.
Graham, S., & Macaro, E. (2008). The role of metacognition in second/foreign language teaching and learning. Language Learning, 58(4), 747-783.
Gullberg, M., & Indefrey, P. (2008). Cognitive and Neural Prerequisites for Time in Language: Any Answers? Language Learning, 58, 207-216.
Jackson, C. (2008). Proficiency Level and the Interaction of Lexical and Morphosyntactic Information During L2 Sentence Processing. Language Learning, 58(4), 875-909.
Kempe, V., & Brooks, P. J. (2008). Second Language Learning of Complex Inflectional Systems. Language Learning, 58(4), 703-746.
Klein, W. (2008). Time in Language, Language in Time. Language Learning, 58, 1-12.
Kolk, H. (2008). Time in Agrammatic Aphasia. Commentary on Wearden. Language Learning, 58, 173-177.
Lazarte, A. A., & Barry, S. (2008). Syntactic Complexity and L2 Academic Immersion Effects on Readers' Recall and Pausing Strategies for English and Spanish Texts. Language Learning, 58(4), 785-834.
McCormack, T., & Hoerl, C. (2008). Temporal Decentering and the Development of Temporal Concepts. Language Learning, 58, 89-113.
Muysken, P. (2008). Nominal Tense. Time for Further Whorfian Adventures? Commentary on Casasanto. Language Learning, 58, 81-88.
Roberts, L. (2008). Processing Temporal Constraints and Some Implications for the Investigation of Second Language Sentence Processing and Acquisition. Commentary on Baggio. Language Learning, 58, 57-61.
Sheen, Y. (2008). Recasts, Language Anxiety, Modified Output, and L2 Learning. Language Learning, 58(4), 835-874.
Tendolkar, I. (2008). How Semantic and Episodic Memory Contribute to Autobiographical Memory. Commentary on Burt. Language Learning, 58, 143-147.
Toni, I. (2008). Sequential Event Processing: Domain Specificity or Task Specificity? Commentary on Carota and Sirigu. Language Learning, 58, 201-205.
Wearden, J. H. (2008). The Perception of Time: Basic Research and Some Potential Links to the Study of Language. Language Learning, 58, 149-171.
Zwaan, R. A. (2008). Time in Language, Situation Models, and Mental Simulations. Language Learning, 58, 13-26.
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