The distinction between implicit and explicit learning is currently a major theme within cognitive psychology, particularly in relation to memory and learning. Learning can take place implicitly, with explicit problem-solving skills, or as a result of explicit instruction. Employing a cognitive approach to combine contributions from specialists in disciplines such as psychology, linguistics, neuroscience and computing, this book presents a general study of how learing takes place. In particular, it looks at how various processes affect and influence language acquisition.
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"Clearly this valuable addition to the SLA literature raises fundamental issues for future research."
--Peter Robinson in STUDIES IN SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
"This is a good collection and should be on the shelves of any library which serves language research."
--BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
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