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Journal Title: Studies in Second Language Acquisition
Volume/Issue:   27/2
Date: June 2005
Table of Contents: Theoretical and empirical issues in the study of implicit and explicit learning
by Jan H. Hulstijn
pp 129-140

Measuring Implicit and explicit knowledge of a second language: Introduction
by Rod Ellis
pp 141-172

Implicit and explicit measures of sensitivity to violations in second language grammar
by Natasha Tokowicz, Brian Macwhinney
pp 173-204

Can second language grammar be learned through listening?: An Experimental Study
by Nel de Jong
pp 205-234

Cognitive abilities, chunk-strength, and frequency effects in implicit artificial grammar and incidental L2 learning
by Peter Robinson
pp 235-268

Learning without awareness
by John N. Williams
pp 269-304

At the interface: Dynamic interactions of explicit and implicit language knowledge
by Nick C. Ellis
pp 305-352

PUBLICATIONS RECEIVED
by Nick C. Ellis
pp 353-359

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Language Acquisition
 
LL Issue: 16.1584