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Second Language Vol.16 (December 22, 2017)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Lexical Facility: Bringing Size and Speed Together

   Michael Harrington (University of Queensland) ………5

Moving Generative SLA from Knowledge of Constraints to Production Data in Educational Settings

   Alan Juffs (University of Pittsburgh) ………19

Linguistic Theory and Second Language Classroom Research: The Effectiveness of Explicit Instruction

  Makiko Hirakawa (Chuo University) ………39

 

Second Language Vol.15 (October 1, 2016)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Missing the Trees for the Forest: Morphology in Second Language Acquisition

   Donna LARDIERE (Georgetown University) ………5

Part ARTICLES

The Role of Universal Semantic Features in L2 English Article Choice by L1 Japanese Speakers

   Keisuke KUME (Nanzan University) ……………… 31

Control and Raising Constructions in Early L2 English Acquisition

   Noriko YOSHIMURA (University of Shizuoka), Mineharu NAKAYAMA (The Ohio State University)

   Atsushi FFUJIMORI (Shizuoka University), Hiroya SHIMIZU (Shizuoka High School) …… 53

 

Second Language Vol.14 (November 1, 2015)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Native vs. Non-native Processing of Discontinuous Dependencies

   Claudia FELSER (University of Potsdam) ………………………………………………5

Part ARTICLES

Matching Strategies of Kanji Readings in Korean and Japanese by Korean Learners of Japanese

   Sungmi JUNG (University of Tsukuba) ………………………………………………… 23

Null Arguments in Thai Learners’ L2 Grammar

   Naparat MEECHANYAKUL & Pornsiri SINGHAPREECHA (Thammasat University)…… 41

 

Second Language Vol.13 (December 1, 2014)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Connecting interaction-based research with other disciplines

   Suzan GASS (Michigan State University) …………………………………… 5

Part ARTICLES

Japanese EFL learners’ access to English homographic words: A psycholinguistic study using priming experiments

   Kohei MIKI (Kwansei Gakuin University)……………………………………19

The Acquisition of Nominative Case Marking in L2 Japanese: A Corpus Study

   Miyuki NOJI(Jyoetsu University of Education) ………………………… 39

 

Second Language Vol.12 (May 1, 2013)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Reflective Pronouns in Second Language Acquisition

   William O’Grady (University of Hawai’i at Manoa) …………………………5

Part ARTICLES

A Processability Theory (PT)-based Analysis of the Acquisition of Japanese Morphology and Syntax:

A case of an Intensive Adult Learner

   Junko IWASAKI (Edith Cowan University) …………………………………… 21

What do Timed Grammaticality Judgement Test Reveal within the Framework of Implicit and Explicit Knowledge?

   Kazuyuki SHITE (Tokyo University of Social Welfare) ……………… 43

Does Preemption Help Adult Second Language Learners Learn Verb Transitivity?

   Takaaki SUZUKI & Takehiko YAGI (Kyoto Sangyo University) …… 61

Why Do We Need a Linguistic Theory to Describe Learners’ Behaviors?

    Shigenori WAKABAYASHI (Chuo University) …………………………81

 

Second Language Vol.11 (December 25, 2012)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

L2 knowledge at the Mapping of Syntax and Discourse

   Roumyana SLABAKOVA (University of Iowa and IKERBASQUE) …………………………… 3

Part ARTICLES

Processing Relative Clauses and Working Memory in L2 Japanese

   Akiko KASHIWAGI-WOOD & Mineharu NAKAYAMA(The Ohio State University)……27

The effect of prosodic boundary in understanding English sentences by Japanese EFL learners

   Chie NAKAMURA (Keio University) ……………………………………………………………………47

Acquisition of Goals for Wh-Movement by Japanese L2 Learners of English

   Hideki YOKOTA & Andrew RADFORD (Kanazawa Gakuin University & University of Essex)……59

 

Second Language Vol.10 (June 10, 2011)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Thinking in a Mind with Two Languages

   Vivian COOK (Newcastle University) ……………………………………………………3

Part ARTICLES

Do English learners of Japanese produce isolated nouns with Standard Japanese lexical accent?

   Becky TAYLOR (Nagoya Univeristy)……………………………………………………15

 Prosody and comprehension in Oral Reading by L2 Japanese learners

    Seth GOSS & Mineharu NAKAYAMA (The Ohio State University) ……… 33

Past Tense Morphology in Chinese-Japanese Interlanguage: Evidence for   Prosodic Transfer

   Mari UMEDA & Yoko ISSE (Fukuoka University) ……………………………… 51

L2 Intonation: A study of L1 transfer in Japanese intonation by English-speaking learners

   Chiharu TSURUTANI (Griffith University )……………………………………… 79

 

Second Language Vol.9 (December 1, 2010)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Implicit learning and SLA

   John WILLIAMS (University of Cambridge) ………………………………………3

Part ARTICLES

On the acquisition of English locative verbs by Japanese L2 learners: A brief sketch on the issue of markedness and transfer

   Yoshiharu ABE (Hosei Univeristy)……………………………………………………19

Effects of Syllable Duration and Pause on Word Identification by Native and Non-native English speakers

   Tamami KATAYAMA (Prefectural University of Hiroshima)……………… 49

On the Resetting of the Subject Parameter by Japanese Learners of English: A Survey of Junior High School Students

  Hiroyuki NAWATA & Keiko TSUBOKURA (Shimane University) ……… 63

Learning Verb System in Second Language: the Influence of Lexical Knowledge of L1 in Learning the Relationships between the Meanings of Verbs in L2

  Noburo SAJI, Yuki KAJITA & Mutsumi IMAI (Keio University) …………83

Sensitivity to Morphosyntactic Violations in English as a Second Langauge

  Mikako SATO & Claudia FELSER (University of Essex)………………………101

 

Second Language Vol.8 (September 1, 2009)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Changing Perspectives on Universal Grammar and the Critical Period Hypothesis

   Lydia WHITE (McGill University) ………………………………………………………………3

   Japanese translation of the introduction of White. L. (this volume) ………………23

Part ARTICLE

The Effect of Shadowing with Two Different Difficulties of Texts on Listening Comprehension and Metacognitive Strategies

   Yo HAMADA (Yokote Seiryo Gakuin Junior and Senior High School)………………27

 

Second Language Vol.7 (May 1, 2008)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Revisiting the Origins of Modern Study of Second-Language Acquisition : Contributions from the Japanese Context, 1956-1959

    Margaret THOMAS …………………………………………  3

Part ARTICLES

Phonological recoding in naming English nonwords and words by Japanese ESL readers

   Megumi YAMADA, Jun-ichi ABE ……………… 25

Effects of Sentence Processing Strategy Proximity on the Comprehension of Second Languages

   Hiroko YAMASHITA ………………………………………… 43

 

Second Language Vol.6 (May 1, 2007)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Optionality at the syntax-discourse interface in near-native L2 speakers

   Antonella SORACE(University of Edinburgh)…………………………………………………………………3

   Japanese translation of the introduction of Sorace, A. (this volume) …………………………  16

Part ARTICLE

Japanese speakers’ sensitivity to third person singular-s in English: Arguments based on ERP data

   Shigenori WAKABAYASHI (Chuo University), Kazuhiko FUKUDA (Fukushima University),

   Masanori BANNAI (Fukushima National College of Technology), Shoichi ASAOKA (Waseda University)…19

 Part BOOK REVIEW

 Harumi OISHI (2006). No-kagaku kara no dainigengo shutoku

    Koji SUDA (Sendai National College of Technology) ……………………………………………………49

 

Second Language Vol.5 (May 1, 2006)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

What’s left in early L2 Architecture

   Bonnie D. SCHWARTZ (University of Hawai’i) …………………………………………………………………… 3

   Japanese translation of the introduction of Schwartz., B.D. (this volume) ……………………… 27

Filtered input and obscured Full Access in phonological acquisition

   John MATTHEWS (Shizuoka University) …………………………………………………………………………… 29

   Japanese translation of the introduction of Matthews, J. (this volume) …………………………  57

Part ARTICLE

UG-constrained wh-movement in Japanese learners’ English questions

   Andrew RADFORD (University of Essex) & Hideki YOKOTA (Gifu University of Medical Science)…61

 

Second Language Vol.4 (May 1, 2005)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Japanese Introduction to Hawkins, R. (this volume)

   Tomohiko SHIRAHATA (Shizuoka University) …………… 3

Explaining Full and Partial Success in the Acquisition of Second Language Grammatical Properties

   Roger HAWKINS (University of Essex) ……………………… 7

Part ARTICLES

The Acquisition of no in Japanese noun phrases by L2 children

   Tomohiko SHIRAHATA (Shizuoka University) & Mitsuko HISANO (Shizuoka University)……29

Background and Vocabulary Knowledge as a Factor for Text Comprehension in Second Language

   Hideko SHIBASAKI (University of Tokyo) ……………………51

Overgeneralisation in Second Language Acquisition of Transitivity Alternations

   Keiko MATSUNAGA (University of Essex)……………………75

L2 Acquisition of Surface Unaccusativity in English

   Chieko KURIBARA …………………………………………………… 111

 

Second Language Vol.3 (May 1, 2004)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Critical Period Hypothesis on Language Acquisition

   Tomohiko SHIRAHATA (Shizuoka University) ……………………………………………3

Part ARTICLES

Acquisition of Yo-on (Japanese contracted sounds) in L1 and L2 phonology

   Chiharu TSURUTANI (Griffith University)…………………………………………………27

The L2 Acquisition of English Locatives by Korean Speakers

   Gerald BULLOCK (University of Hawai’i at Manoa) …………………………………49

Misanalysis of Subjects in Japanese English Interlanguage

   Chieko KURIBARA (Kansai University) ……………………………………………………69

Part BOOK REVIEWS

Makiko HIRAKAWA (2003). Unaccusativity in Second Language Japanese and English

   Hiroyuki OSHITA (Ohio University) ……………………………………………………99

Yukiko A. HATASA (Ed.)(2003). An investigation to Second Language Acquisition Research in Japanese: In Honor of Seiichi Makino

   Tomohiko SHIRAHATA (Shizuoka University) …………………………………101

 

 Second Language Vol.2 (May 1, 2003)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

Parsing in Second Language Acquisition: A Study of Gap-Processing

   Kazue KANNO (University of Hawaii)……………………………………………………………3

Part ARTICLES

Knowledge of Deep versus Surface Unaccusativity in Second Language Japanese

   Makiko HIRAKAWA (Tokyo International University) …………………………………23

Asymmetry of Subjects and Objects in Japanese Speakers’ L2 English

   Shigenori WAKABAYASHI (Gunma Prefectural Women’s University) & Rumiko NEGISHI (High School of

   Takasaki City University of Economics) ………………………………………………………53

 

Second Language Vol.1 (May 1, 2002)

Part SPECIAL CONTRIBUTION

A Linguistic Approach to the Study of Language Acquisition

   William O’GRADY………………………………………… 3

Part ARTICLES

The Effect of Explicit Instruction on Modality Use in L2 Academic Writing

   Akemi FU……………………………………………………20

Uneasiness with the Easiest : On the Subject-Verb Order in L2 English

   Hiroyuki OSHITA………………………………………… 45

The Acquisition of Japanese Binding Form, Zibun by English-Speaking Children

   Tomohiko SHIRAHATA……………………………………62

 

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