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LINGUIST List 16.3167

Wed Nov 02 2005

Qs: On-line Processing Studies on English Articles

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        1.    Kyoungsook Lucy Kim, On-line Processing Studies on English Articles


Message 1: On-line Processing Studies on English Articles
Date: 28-Oct-2005
From: Kyoungsook Lucy Kim <lucykimsiu.edu>
Subject: On-line Processing Studies on English Articles


Dear all:

I am currently working on my Master’s thesis on the interpretation and
processing of English articles by L2 learners. I have come across some
studies on article semantics in English, but still need to investigate more
on the processing part. I am specifically looking for on-line processing
studies on English articles such as a, the, and zero article and anything
related to the article system. Though any studies on processing would be
very useful for me to development my own methodology in the study. I would
thus be grateful for any references on this subject matter.

Thank you very much in advance for your recommendations.

Sincerely,

Kyoungsook Lucy Kim

Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition
                            Psycholinguistics



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