EUROSLA Yearbook 2015

Posted on 10 September 2015

Research from the EUROSLA 2014 annual conference held at the University of York has been published, edited by Leah Roberts, Kevin McManus, Norbert Vanek and Danijela Trenkic.

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The theoretical perspectives adopted the theoretical perspectives adopted are broad, and the included studies are multilingual and cross-cultural, as befits the make-up of modern-day Europe, whilst demonstrating awareness of scholarly insights from around the world. Submissions are reviewed and professionally edited, and only those of the highest quality are selected.

 

 

 

 

 

The papers included are:

  • Character reference in Greek-German bilingual children’s narratives

Maria Andreou, Eva Knopp, Christiane Bongartz and Ianthi Maria Tsimpli

  • Clause linking in L2 English: The interaction between syntax and semantics

Manon Buysse

  • The development of lexical complexity in second language acquisition: A cross-linguistic study of L2 French and English

Bastien De Clercq

  • Manner and path of motion in descriptions of motion trajectories by Polish L2 users of English

Anna Ewert and Weronika Krzebietke

  • An Eye-tracking Study on the Role of Attention and its Relationship with Motivation

Bernard Issa, Kara Morgan-Short, Briana Villegas and Gary Raney

  • The influences of proficiency levels and working memory capacities on sentence comprehension by Japanese learners of English

Koji Suda

For further information please see: https://benjamins.com/#catalog/journals/eurosla/main