Processability Approaches to Language Acquisition Research & Teaching

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Processability Theory (PT) as developed by Manfred Piene­mann is a prominent theory of second language acquisition. PT serves as a framework for a wide range of research cover­ing issues such as L2 processing, interlanguage variation, typological effects on SLA, L1 transfer, linguistic profiling and L2 assessment, stabilisation/fossilisation and teachability. The PALART series serves as a platform for making current research within the PT framework and its application to measurement and teaching, as well as the interdisciplinary discussion of PT, accessible to both research­ers and graduate students in the field. PALART is designed to provide a thematic platform for the presentation of current high-quality work within the PT framework. The thematic scope of the series reflects the wide scope of theoretical, empirical and practical aspects of PT.
ISSN 2210-6480
Board
Editors
Manfred Pienemann | University of Paderborn
Bruno Di Biase | Western Sydney University
Jörg-U. Keßler | Ludwigsburg University of Education
Advisory Board
Camilla Bettoni | Verona University, Italy
Jonas Granfeldt | Lund University, Sweden
Angela Hahn | Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich, Germany
Gisela Håkansson | Østfold University College
Satomi Kawaguchi | Western Sydney University
Anke Lenzing | Paderborn University
Ingo Plag | Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf
Matti Rahkonen | Jyväskylä University, Finland
Yanyin Zhang | Australian National University, Australia
Volumes
7
Edited by Anke Lenzing, Howard Nicholas and Jana Roos
2019. ix, 404 pp.
6
Edited by Ragnar Arntzen, Gisela Håkansson, Arnstein Hjelde and Jörg-U. Keßler
2019. vii, 263 pp.
5
Edited by Jörg-U. Keßler, Anke Lenzing and Mathias Liebner
2016. xviii, 244 pp.
4
Edited by Kristof Baten, Aafke Buyl, Katja Lochtman and Mieke Van Herreweghe
2015. vii, 273 pp.
3
Anke Lenzing
2013. xx, 280 pp.
2
Kristof Baten
2013. xvii, 304 pp.
1
Edited by Manfred Pienemann and Jörg-U. Keßler
2011. xi, 179 pp.
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