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Journal Title: Studies in Second Language Acquisition
Volume/Issue:   40 / 3
Date: 2018
Table of Contents: Semantic and Structural Tasks for the Mapping Component of L2 Vocabulary LEarning: Testing the Topra Model from a New Angle
by Shusaku Kida, Joe Barcroft
pp 477-502

The Role of L1 Phonology in L2 Morphological Production: L2 English Past Tense Production by L1 SPanish, Mandarin, and Japanese Speakers
by Jennifer Amaro, Gonzalo Campos-Dintrans, Jason Rothman
pp 503-527

Pupillometry in Linguistic Research: an Introduction and Review for Second Language Researchers
by Jens Schmidtke
pp 529-549

Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition Through Viewing L2 Television and Factors that Affect Learning
by Elke Peters, Stuart Webb
pp 551-577

Exploring Lexical Effects in Second Language Interpretation: the Case of Mood in Spanish Adverbial Clauses
by Matthew Kanwit, Kimberly Geeslin
pp 579-603

Role of the Emotions and Classroom Environment in Willingness to Communicate: Applying Doubly Latent Multilevel Analsis in Second Language Acquisition Research
by Gholam Khajavy, Peter MacIntyre, Elyas Barabadi
pp 605-624

Definite Discourse-New Reference in L1 and L2: the Case of L2 Mandarin
by Peter Crosthwaite, Yuk Yeung, Xuefei Bai, Li Lu, Yeonsuk Bae
pp 625-649

Incidental Vocabulary Learning in SLA: Effects of Frequency, Aural Enhancement and Working Memory
by Jonathan Malone
pp 651-675

The Important of Prime Repetition Among Intermediate-Level Second Language Learners
by Carrie Jackson, Helena Ruf
pp 677-692

Some Notes on the Shallow Structure Hypothesis
by Harald Clahsen, Claudia Felser
pp 693-706

SLA volume 40 issue 3 Cover and Front matter
by pp f1-f3

SLA volume 40 issue 3 Cover and Back matter
by pp b1-b2

Publisher: Cambridge University Press
LL Issue: 29.4264