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The Oxford Handbook of Language Attrition : Oxford Handbooks - Monika S. Schmid

The Oxford Handbook of Language Attrition

Oxford Handbooks

By: Monika S. Schmid (Editor), Barbara Köpke (Editor)

Hardcover Available: 11th September 2019
ISBN: 9780198793595
Number Of Pages: 656

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This volume is the first handbook dedicated to language attrition, the study of how a speaker's language may be affected by crosslinguistic interference and non-use. The effects of language attrition can be felt in all aspects of language knowledge, processing, and production, and can offer unique insights into the mind of bilingual language users. In this book, international experts in the field explore a comprehensive range of topics in language attrition, examining its theoretical implications, psycho- and neurolinguistic approaches, linguistic and extralinguistic factors, L2 attrition, and heritage languages. The chapters summarize current research and draw on insights from related fields such as child language development, language contact, language change, pathological developments, and second language acquisition.

1: Monika S. Schmid and Barbara Köpke: Introduction Part I: Theoretical Implications of Language Attrition 2: Brian MacWhinney: Language attrition and the Competition Model 3: Michael T. Putnam, Silvia Perez-Cortes, and Liliana Sanchez: Language attrition and the Feature Reassembly Hypothesis 4: Gloria Chamorro and Antonella Sorace: The Interface Hypothesis as a framework for studying L1 attrition 5: Roumyana Slabakova: Implications of the Bottleneck Hypothesis for language attrition 6: Conny Opitz: A Complex Dynamic Systems perspective on personal background variables in L1 attrition Part II: Psycholinguistic and Neurolinguistic Approaches to Language Attrition 7: Barbara Köpke & Merel Keijzer: Psycholinguistic and neurolinguistic approaches to language attrition 8: Michael Sharwood Smith: Language attrition as a special case of processing change: A wider cognitive perspective 9: Jared A. Linck and Judith F. Kroll: Memory retrieval and language attrition: Language loss or manifestations of a dynamic system? 10: Paola E. Dussias, Jorge Valdés Kroff, Michael Johns, and Álvaro Villegas: How bilingualism affects syntactic processing in the native language: Evidence from eye movements 11: Elma Blom, Tessel Boersma, and Jan de Jong: First language attrition and Developmental Language Disorder 12: Eve Higby, Aviva Lerman, Marta Korytkowska, Taryn Malcolm, and Loraine K. Obler: Aging as a confound in language attrition research: Lexical retrieval, language use, and cognitive and neural changes 13: Melissa Barkat-Defradas, Frédérique Gayraud, Barbara Köpke, and Laurent Lefebvre: Linguistic regression in bilingual patients with Alzheimer's disease 14: Karsten Steinhauer and Kristina Kasparian: Electrophysiological approaches to L1 attrition 15: Eleonora Rossi, Yanina Prystauka, and Michele T. Diaz: Neuroimaging perspectives on L1 attrition and language change Part III: Linguistic factors in language attrition 16: Monika S. Schmid and Esther de Leeuw: Introduction to linguistic factors in language attrition 17: Charles B. Chang: Phonetic drift 18: Esther de Leeuw: Phonetic attrition 19: Chiara Celata: Phonological attrition 20: Elena Schmitt: Morphological attrition 21: Scott Jarvis: Lexical attrition 22: Ayşe Gürel: Null and overt pronouns in attrition Part IV: Extralinguistic Factors in Language Attrition 23: Monika S. Schmid and Mirela Cherciov: Introduction to extralinguistic factors in language attrition 24: Emanuel Bylund: Age effects in language attrition 25: Monika S. Schmid: The impact of frequency of use and length of residence on L1 attrition 26: Gülsen Yılmaz: L1 attrition, L2 development, and integration 27: Claudia Maria Riehl: Language contact and language attrition Part V: Second Language Attrition 28: Teodora H. Mehotcheva and Barbara Köpke: Introduction to L2 attrition 29: Teodora H. Mehotcheva and Kleopatra Mytara: Exploring the impact of extra-linguistic factors on L2/FL attrition 30: Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig and David Stringer: Syntax and phonology in L2 attrition: Modularity and resilience 31: Jenifer Larson-Hall: L2 lexical attrition 32: Hideyuki Taura: Attrition studies on Japanese returnees 33: Lee Osterhout, Ilona Pitkänen, and Judith McLaughlin: Event-related potentials as metrics of foreign-language learning and loss Part VI: Heritage Languages 34: Silvina Montrul and Maria Polinsky: Inroduction to heritage language development 35: Sharon Unsworth: Quantifying language experience in heritage language development 36: Fatih Bayram, Diego Pascual y Cabo, and Jason Rothman: Intra-generational attrition: Contributions to heritage speaker competence 37: Tanja Kupisch: 2L1 simultaneous bilinguals as heritage speakers 38: Lara J. Pierce, Fred Genesee, and Denise Klein: Language loss and language learning in internationally-adopted children: Evidence from behaviour and the brain 39: Janet S. Oh, Terry Kit-fong Au, Sun-Ah Jun, and Richard M. Lee: Childhood language memory in adult heritage language (re)learners 40: Cristina Flores: Language development in bilingual returnees Kees de Bot: Concluding remarks Monika S. Schmid: Annotated bibliography References Index

ISBN: 9780198793595
ISBN-10: 0198793596
Series: Oxford Handbooks
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 656
Available: 11th September 2019
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.6 x 17.1

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