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Journal Title: Applied Psycholinguistics
Volume/Issue:   27 / 1
Date: January 2006
Table of Contents: Introduction
by Martha Crago
pp 1-1

The usability of syntax
by Sergey Avrutin
pp 43-46

Dominance, proficiency, and second language grammatical processing
by pp 46-49

The shallow structure hypothesis of second language sentence processing: What is restricted and why?
by Manuel Carreiras
pp 49-52

Shallow processing: a consequence of bilingualism or second language learning?
by Susanne E. Carroll
pp 53-56

How do you like your doughnuts?
by Nigel G. Duffield
pp 56-59

How do second language learners build syntactic structure?
by Eva M. Fernández
pp 59-64

Commentary on Clahsen and Felser
by pp 64-65

It is time to work toward explicit processing models for native and second language speakers
by pp 66-69

Grammar and parsing and a transition theory
by Alan Juffs
pp 69-71

How language learners comprehend and produce language in real time
by Gary Libben
pp 72-74

How do children become adult sentence producers?
by Cecile McKee, Dana I. McDaniel, Merrill F. Garrett
pp 74-81

Does the shallow structures proposal account for qualitative differences in first and second language processing?
by Laura Sabourin
pp 81-84

Pervasiveness of shallow processing
by Patricia J. Brooks
pp 84-88

Possible manifestations of shallow processing in advanced second language speakers
by pp 88-91

How dynamic is second language acquisition?
by Karsten Steinhauer
pp 92-95

Commentary on Clahsen and Felser
by Matthew J. Traxler
pp 95-97

The declarative/procedural model and the shallow structure hypothesis
by Michael T. Ullman
pp 97-105

Continuity and shallow structures in language processing
by pp 107-126

Grammatical processing in language learners
by Claudia Felser
pp 3-42

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Psycholinguistics
LL Issue: 17.2313