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Author: Klaus Faerch,Gabriele Kasper
ISBN: 0905028732
Pages: 296 pages
Publisher: Multilingual Matters; 1St Edition edition (October 15, 1987)
Language: English
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e-Book Introspection in 2nd Language Research (Multilingual Matters) epub download

by Klaus Faerch,Gabriele Kasper

Series: Multilingual Matters

Series: Multilingual Matters.

Lightbown, P. (1984). TESL Canada Journal, 1, 55–67. Applied Linguistics, 4, 179–191. Recommend this journal.

Claus Faerch; Gabriele Kasper. Book Description Multilingual Matters, 1987. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has soft covers. Published by Multilingual Matters (1987). ISBN 10: 0905028724 ISBN 13: 9780905028729.

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Hardcover, 296 pages. Published October 15th 1987 by Multilingual Matters Limited. 0905028732 (ISBN13: 9780905028736).

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This book presents a new solution to one of the major methodological problems of second language research, the reconstruction of learners' processes of language learning and language use. Based on recent developments in cognitive psychology, the contributors to the volume demonstrate how introspective methods - verbal reports by learners about thier thought processes - provide valuable information about central areas in second language research: cognitive comprehension, translation and test-taking.