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|Selected Publications:||Bernat, E. (2007). EFL learners’ and teachers’ mismatched beliefs about language learning in an academic setting. In C. Gitsaki (Ed.), Language and languages: Global and local tensions (pp. 171-184). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Bernat, E. & Lloyd, R. (2007, August). Exploring the role of gender in EFL learners’ beliefs about language learning. Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 7, 79-91 http://www.newcastle.edu.au/group/ajedp/Archive/Volume_7/v7-bernat_lloyd.html
Bernat, E. (in press). Bridging the gap: Teachers’ and learners’ diversity of beliefs in SLA. English Australia Journal.
Bernat, E. (in press). Beyond belief: psycho-cognitive, sociocultural, and emergent ecological perspectives in learner perceptions about foreign language learning. Asian EFL Journal
Bernat, E. (in press). Classroom Management in Language Education. Book review, Prospect: Australian Journal of TESOL.
Agosti, C. & Bernat, E. (2007). Marking Codes or Reformulation: What are teachers' and students' beliefs regarding their effectiveness? (in review)
Bernat, E. (2007). Self-constructed representational systems: The case of ‘impostor syndrome’ among pre-service non-native speaker teachers (NNSTs) of TESOL. (forthcoming)
Bernat, E., Carter, N. & Hall, D. (2007). The role of stable individual factors in language learner beliefs: Exploring links to personality traits. (forthcoming)
Piechurska-Kuciel, E. & Bernat, E. (2006). Gender differences in language learner beliefs of Polish secondary school students acquiring English. Manuscript submitted for publication to Learning and Individual Differences.
Gvozdenko, I. & Bernat, E. (2006). Beliefs about language learning of adult ESL learners from the former Soviet Union. Manuscript submitted for publication to TESOL in Context.
Bernat, E. (2006, June). Assessing EAP learners’ beliefs about language learning in the Australian context. Asian EFL Journal, 8(2), http://www.asian-efl-journal.com/June_06_eb.php
Bernat, E. (2006). Attending to the adult learners: Affective domain in the ESL classroom. IRL Journal, 2(2). (reprinted with permission)
Bernat, E., & Gvozdenko, I. (2005, June). Beliefs about language learning: Current knowledge, pedagogical implications and new research directions. TESL-EJ, 9(1), http://tesl-ej.org/ej33/a1.html
Bernat, E. (2004). Investigating Vietnamese ESL learners’ beliefs about language learning. English Australia Journal, 21(2), 40-55
Bernat, E. (2004, September). Attending to adult learners: Affective domain in the ESL classroom. Humanizing Language Teaching, 6(3), http://www.hltmag.co.uk/sept04/mart2.htm
Bernat, E. (2002). Teaching English as an International Language. Prospect: Australian Journal of TESOL, 17(3), 83-84 http://nceltr.edu.au/prospect/17/bookrev1.asp
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