Panos Athanasopoulos

List of John Benjamins publications for which Panos Athanasopoulos plays a role.

Book series


Bylund, Emanuel and Panos Athanasopoulos 2022 Chapter 9. Age of acquisition in second language thinkingSecond Language Acquisition Theory: The legacy of Professor Michael H. Long, Benati, Alessandro G. and John W. Schwieter (eds.), pp. 177–196
Debates around age effects in L2 learning have mostly centred around the domains of phonology, morphosyntax, and lexis. In this chapter, we expand the scope to conceptual and cognitive restructuring, much in line with Long’s (1990, 2013) discussion of the limits of age effects. Drawing on an… read more | Chapter
Athanasopoulos, Panos, Steven Samuel and Emanuel Bylund 2017 Chapter 12. The psychological reality of spatio-temporal metaphorsStudies in Figurative Thought and Language, Athanasiadou, Angeliki (ed.), pp. 296–321
Athanasopoulos, Panos and Emanuel Bylund 2013 The ‘thinking’ in thinking-for-speaking: Where is it?Language, Interaction and Acquisition 4:1, pp. 91–100
According to the thinking-for-speaking (TFS) hypothesis, speakers of different languages think differently while in the process of mentally preparing content for speech. The aim of the present paper is to critically discuss the research carried out within the TFS paradigm, against the background of… read more | Article
Hawkins, Roger, Saleh Al-Eid, Ibrahim Almahboob, Panos Athanasopoulos, Rangsiya Chaengchenkit, James Hu, Mohammad Rezai, Carol Jaensch, Yunju Jeon, Amy Jiang, Yan-kit Ingrid Leung, Keiko Matsunaga, Martha Ortega, Ghisseh Sarko, Neal Snape and Kalinka Velasco-Zárate 2006 Accounting for English article interpretation by L2 speakersEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 6 (2006), Foster-Cohen, Susan H., Marta Medved Krajnovic and Jelena Mihaljević Djigunović (eds.), pp. 7–25
Ionin, Ko and Wexler (2004a) have shown that L2 speakers of English whose L1’s lack articles (Russian and Korean) appear to fluctuate in their interpretation of the and a, allowing them to encode either definiteness or specificity. They argue that these are two options of an Article Choice… read more | Article