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Research and publications

Publications (in chronological order)

1. "Approaches to syllabus definition", FTA Bulletin: Bulletin de l'Association des Professeurs de Français en Irlande, Spring 1978, 7-10.

2. Overview of the proposed syllabus. Mimeo. Dublin: Institiúid Teangeolaíochta Éireann, 1979. 4pp.

3. "Syllabus definition: concepts and approaches", Teagasc na Gaeilge 1 (1980), pp. 34-40.

4. Skeleton syllabus (principles and guidelines). Dublin: Institiúid Teangeolaíochta Éireann, 1980. 32pp. [Co-authors: Little, D. French, N. and  Sheils, J.].

5. "The communicative syllabus: premises and proposals", FTA Bulletin: Bulletin de l'Association des Professeurs de Français en Irlande, 1980-81, 1, 5-9.

6. "The communicative approach to language teaching", The Secondary Teacher 10.3 (1981), 12-13.

7. Language transfer: a review of some recent research. Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 1), 1981. 33pp.

8. Age as a factor in second language acquisition. Dublin:  Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 3), and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC Reports ED 217 712, 1981.70pp.

9. "The Trinity College research project on independent language learning", Teanga: Journal of the Irish Association of Applied Linguistics 2 (1981), 83-84. [Co-author: Little, D.].

10. Editor, Innovations in curriculum and examinations at second level: proceedings of the First National Modern Languages Convention. Dublin:  Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, 1982. 102pp. [Co-editor: Ruane, M.].

11. "Applied linguistics: what exactly have we been applying?" Studies, Autumn 1982, 280-295.

12. "Building bridges across the communication gap", FTA Bulletin: Bulletin de l'Association des Professeurs de Français en Irlande 1982-83, 1, 7-14.

13. Learning Irish with Anois is Arís. Dublin:  Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 6 - published in association with Radio Telefís Éireann), and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC Reports ED 232 437, 1983. 126pp.

14. "Learning Irish: experience and aspirations", Teagasc na Gaeilge 3 (1982-83), 35-65. [Co-authors: Little, D. and Silvius, W.].

15. "Language and society", ATE: Journal of the Association of Teachers of English, Spring 1983, 46-54.

16. "Alien intrusions in learner French: a case study", Teanga: Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics 3 (1983), 87-128.

17. Learning second languages in Ireland: experience, attitudes and needs. Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC reports ED 246 670, 1984. [Co-authors: Little, D. and Silvius, W.].

18. Editor, Language across cultures: proceedings of a symposium held at St Patrick's College, Dublin, 8-9 July 1983. Dublin: Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, 1984. 284pp. [Co-editor: Mac Mathúna, L.].

19. "A first encounter with Dutch: perceived language distance and language transfer as factors in comprehension, in Language across cultures, eds. Mac Mathúna, L.and Singleton, D., Dublin: Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, 1984, 259-269. [Co-author:  Little, D.].

20. "Native speaker clarifications and the notion of simplicity", in AILA Brussels 84: proceedings, 1984, Volume 3. Brussels: Association Belge de Linguistique Appliqueé, 1984, 1170-1171 [Co-author: Maclaran, R.].

21. Editor, Language learning in formal and informal contexts: proceedings of a joint seminar of the Irish and British Associations for Applied Linguistics held at Trinity College, Dublin 11-13 September 1984.  Dublin: Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, 1984. 200pp. [Co-editor: Little, D.].

22. "Foreigner register", in Language learning in formal and informal contexts, eds. Singleton D. and Little, D., Dublin: Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, 1984, 115-124. [Co-author: Maclaran, R.].

23. Report on a visit to eight French research centres in Ireland-France exchange of research personnel. Dublin: National Board for Science and Technology, 1984, 69-72.

24. Report on the joint IRAAL-BAAL seminar, EFL Gazette 58 (1984), 16.

25. Foreign languages at second level: the need for defined content syllabuses, with particular reference to more advanced learners.  Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 12), 1985. 17pp. [Co-author: Little, D.].

26. Review of John Harris, Spoken Irish in the primary school, Studies in Education 3.1 (1985), 65-66.

27. A functional-notional syllabus for adult learners of Irish. Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC Reports ED 263 740, 1985. Xv + 184pp. [Co-authors: Ó Murchú, H. and Little, D.].

 28. Towards a communicative curriculum for Irish. Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, in association with Bord na Gaeilge, 1985. 241pp. [Co-authors Ó Murchú, H. and Little, D.].

29. Editor, Perspectives on the English language in Ireland: proceedings of the First Symposium on Hiberno-English. Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC Reports ED 268 817, 1986. 282pp. [Co-editors: Harris, J. & Little, D.].

30. Review of Alvino E. Fantini, Language acquisition of a bilingual child: a sociolinguistic perspective, Studies in Education 4.1(1986), 69-71.

31. Editor, New approaches in the language classroom: coping with change: proceedings of the Second National Modern Language Convention - Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC Reports ED 268 824, 1986. 114pp. [Co-editors: Little, D. and O'Meadhra, B.].

32. "Grammatical instruction in the second language class: beware the pendulum". Teanga: Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics 6 (1986), 60-74. [Co-author: Little, D.].

33. "The fall and rise of language transfer", in The advanced language learner, eds. Coleman J.  and Towell R.,.London, Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research, 1987, 27-53.

34. Review of Birgit Harley, Age in second language acquisition, Studies in Education 5.1 (1987), 69-71.

35. "Mother and other tongue influences on learner French: a case study", Studies in Second Language Acquisition 9.3 (1987), 327-345.

36. "Communicative needs: the case of Irish", in Proceedings from the Symposium on the Evaluation of Foreign Language Proficiency, ed. Valdman, A., Bloomington, Indiana, Indiana University (CREDLI), 1987, 78-83.

37. Review of Birgit Harley, Age in second language acquisition, Studies in Second Language Acquisition 10.2 (1988), 272-273.

38. Authentic materials and the role of fixed support in language teaching: towards a manual for language learners. Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 20), and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC Reports ED 316 033, 1988. 114pp. [Co-author: Little, D.].

39. Report on work of subgroup concerned with the analysis of authentic conversations in French, in International workshops for trainers of modern language teachers, 1985. Report on Workshop 13, ed. Palamidesi Cesaretti F., Strasbourg, Council of Europe, 1988, 100-101.

40. Editor, The less widely taught languages of Europe: proceedings of the UNESCO/AILA/IRAAL symposium held at St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, 23-25, April, 1987. Dublin: Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, 1988. Viii + 206pp. [Co-editors: Mac Mathúna, L., French, N. and Murphy, E.].

41. Authentic texts in foreign language teaching: theory and practice. Dublin: Authentik, 1988. 112pp. [Co-authors: Little, D. and Devitt, S.].

42. Review of Janice Yalden, Principles of course design for language teaching, Studies in Second Language Acquisition 10.3 (1988), 412-414.

43. "Pedagogical grammar as 'linguistics applied'", Journal of Applied Linguistics 4 (1988), 81-90.

44. Review of Martin J. Ball (ed.), The use of Welsh, Language and Education 2.4 (1988), 281-283.

45. Review of W.E Rutherford (ed.), Language universals and second language acquisition, Teanga: Journal of the Irish Association of Applied Linguistics 9 (1989), 102-104.

46. Language acquisition: the age factor, Clevedon, Multilingual Matters Ltd., 1989. Xii + 323pp.

47. Learning foreign languages from authentic texts: theory and practice, Dublin, Authentik, in association with the Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research (London), 1989. 122pp. [Co-authors: Little, D. and Devitt, S.].

48. "Setting the context: language learning, self-instruction and autonomy", in Self-access systems for language learning, ed. Little D., Dublin, Authentik, in association with the Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research (London), 1989, 1-33. [Co-author: Little, D.].

49. "Success factors in the language classroom" in Languages in the 1990s: proceedings of the MTLA's Third National Modern Language Convention, eds. O'Meadhra, B., Richardson, B. and ó Cuilleanáin, C., Dublin, Modern Language Teachers' Association/Dublin City University, 1989, 118-123.

50. Review of Håkan Ringbom, The role of the mother tongue in foreign language learning, Studies in Education 6.2 (1990), 58-60.

51. Review of Robert S. Ilson (ed.), A spectrum of lexicography: papers from AILA Brussels 84, Teanga: Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics 10 (1990), 133-137.

52. "Support for the self-instructional language learner: the case of the TCD engineers", Teanga: Journal of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics 10 (1990), 39-52.

53. "Cognitive styles and learning approach", in Learning styles, eds. Duda, R.  and Riley, P., Nancy, Presses Universitaires de Nancy, 1990, 11-19. [Co-author: Little, D.].

54. The cross-linguistic factor in second language learning: a report on some small-scale studies recently conducted at the CLCS, Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 24), 1990, 20pp.

55. "The cross-linguistic factor in second language learning: a report on some small-scale studies recently conducted in Ireland" (abridged version of item 54), in Studies in applied linguistics, eds. Shimapla, T. and Yano, Y., Tokyo: Liber Press, 90-95.

56. "What can we do about vocabulary?" FTA Bulletin Spring/Summer 1990, 2-4.

57. "The Junior Certificate syllabuses for Italian and Spanish", Studies in Education 7.1 (1990), 50-56.

58. Report on a visit to Université de Nancy II, Université de Grenoble III and Université de Savoie, in Ireland/France Exchange of Research Personnel 1989. Dublin: EOLAS - The Irish Science and Technology Agency, 1990, 45-48.

59. The TCD Modern Languages Research Project: objectives, instruments and preliminary results - Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 26), and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC Reports ED 333 723, 1990. 19pp.

60. "Authentic texts: pedagogic grammar and language awareness in foreign language learning". In Language awareness in the classroom, eds. James C. and Garrett, P., London: Longman, 1991, 123-132. [Co-author: Little, D.].

61. "The second language lexicon: some evidence from university learners of French and German", Second Language Research 7.1 (1991), 61-82. [Co-author: Little, D.].

62. Review of J. Rey-Debove (ed.), Le Robert méthodique: dictionnaire méthodique du français actuel, Journal of French Language Studies 1 (1991), 234-235.

63. Review of M. Ghadessy (ed.), Registers of written English: situational factors and linguistic features, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 12.3 (1991), 229-232.

64. Review of T. Odlin, Language transfer: cross-linguistic influence in language learning, Applied Linguistics 13.1 (1992), 120-122.

65. "Education towards language awareness in Ireland", Language Awareness 1.1 (1992), 47-57.

66. "Languages in the schools: the limits of iconoclasm", Oideas 38 (1992), 62-75.

67. "Le lexique mental de l'apprenant d'une langue étrangère: quelques aperçus apportés par le TCD Modern Languages Research Project", in Acquisition et enseignement/apprentissage des langues, eds. Bouchard, R., Billiez, J., Colletta, J.-M. , de Nuchèze, V. and Millet, A., Grenoble: LIDILEM, 1992, 395-402. [Co-author: Little, D.].

68. French: some historical background. Dublin: Authentik, 1992. 81pp.

69. "National identity and international needs: the case of language teaching in Ireland", in  Fremdsprachenunterricht im internationalen Vergleich - Perspecktive 2000, eds. Gnutzman, C., Königs, F.  and Pfeiffer, W., Frankfurt, Verlag Moritz Diesterweg, 1992, 77-89.

70. "Second language instruction: the when and the how", AILA Review/Revue de l'AILA 9 (1992), 46-54.

71. "The C-test as an elicitation instrument in second language research". In Der C-Test. Theoretische Grundlagen und praktische Anwendungen ed. R. Grotjahn, Volume 1, Bochum, Universitätsverlag Dr N. Brochmeyer, 1992, 173-190. [Co-author: Little, D.].

72. University-level learners of Spanish in Ireland: a profile based on data from the TCD Modern Languages Research Project.  Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 35), and Alexandria, Virginia: ERIC Reports ED 354 781, 1992. [Co-author: Singleton, E.].

73. Modularity and lexical processing: an L2 perpective". In Current issues in European second language acquisition research, eds. Kettemann, B. and  Wieden, W., Tübingen: Narr, 1993, 253-262.

74. "Activités métalinguistiques et apprentissage des langues étrangères: la dimension lexicale", in La grammaire: à quoi ça sert? eds. Bourgignon, C. and Foerster, C., Grenoble, Presses Universitaires de Grenoble (Issue 9 of  LIDIL), 1993, 161-173.

75. Editor, L'acquisition du lexique d'une langue étrangère. Paris: Encrages.  1993-94. (Issue 3 of Acquisition et Interaction en Langue Étrangère).

76. "Le rôle de la forme et du sens dans le lexique mental en L2", in L'acquisition du lexique d'une langue étrangère (see above), 3-27.

77. Chapters on morphology, language acquisition and language processing, plus half of the chapter on language variation, in Introduction to language study, ed. Little, D., Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, 1993, 15-28, 29-34, 56-68. 

78. "The communicative approach and authentic texts", in Teaching modern languages, ed. Swarbrick, A., London, Routledge, 1994.  Reprint of Chapter 2 of item 47 above.  [Co-authors: Little, D. and Devitt, S.].

79.  "Defending notional-functional syllabuses", in The work of the Council of Europe and second language teaching, ed. Brumfit, C., London, Macmillan, 1994, 75-80.

80. “Learning L2 lexis: a matter of form?”  in The dynamics of language processes: essays in honor of Hans Dechert, eds. Bartelt, G., , Narr, 45-58.

81. Review of R. Schreuder and  B. Weltens (eds.), The bilingual lexicon, Applied Linguistics 16.1, (1995), 125-127.

82. Editor, The age factor in second language acquisition: a critical look at the Critical Period Hypothesis. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters Ltd., 1995 viii + 160 pp. [Co-editor: Lengyel, Z.].

83. "Introduction: a critical look at the Critical Period Hypothesis in second language acquisition research", in The age factor in second language acquisition: a critical look at the Critical Period Hypothesis, eds.  Singleton, D. and Lengyel, Z., Clevedon, Multilingual Matters Ltd., 1995, 1-29.

84. "Strategic L2 lexical innovation: case study of a university-level ab initio learner of German", Second Language Research 11.2 (1995), 137-148.  [Co-author: Ridley, J.].

85.  "Contrastivity and individual learner contrasts", Fremdsprachen Lehren und Lernen 24 (1995), 123-137.  [Co-author: Ridley, J.].

86.  "Second languages in the primary school: the age factor dimension", Teanga: The Irish Yearbook of Applied Linguistics 15 (1995), 155-166.

87. "Formal aspects of the L2 mental lexicon: some evidence from university-level learners of French", in Approaches to second language acquisition, eds. Sajavaara, K.  and Fairfeather, C., Jyväskylä, University of Jyväskylä (Jyväskylä Cross-Language Studies 17), 1996, 79-85.

88. "Crosslinguistic lexical operations and the L2 mental lexicon", in Language, education and society in a changing world, eds. Hickey, T. and  Williams, J., Clevedon, IRAAL/Multilingual Matters Ltd, 1996, 246-252.

89. "Authentic texts, social reality and vocabulary learning", in The sociolinguistic dimension in the teaching and learning of modern languages: proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the Greek Applied Linguistics Association, eds. Tsopanoglou, A. and Tryfona-Antonopoulou, N., Thessaloniki, Greek Applied Linguistics Association, 1996, 298-309.

90. "Communication and language teaching" in  Jezik i komunikacija (Language and communication), eds. Abdrijaševic, M. and Zergollern-Miletic, L., Zagreb, Croatian Applied Linguistics Association, 1996, 9-21.

91. "Early second language instruction: evaluating the age factor dimension", in Jezik i komunikacija (Language and communication), eds. Abdrijaševic, M. and Zergollern-Miletic, L., Zagreb, Croatian Applied Linguistics Association, 1996, 458-462.

92. “Cross-lexical consultation: out of the horse’s mouth”, Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses (La Laguna), 32-33 (1996), 9-18.

93. "Crosslinguistic aspects of the mental lexicon", in Language history and language modelling, eds. Hickey, R. and Puppel, S., Berlin: Mouton, 1997, 1641-1652.

94. "Form and meaning in the L2 mental lexicon: a review of some relevant evidence", Applied Linguistic Studies in Central Europe (Veszprém), 1 (1997), 155-169. 

95. “Learning and processing L2 vocabulary”, state of the art article, Language Teaching 30 (1997), 213-225.

96. "Age and second language learning", in Encyclopedia of language and education.  Volume 4: second language education, eds. Tucker, G. R.  and Corson, D., Dordrecht, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1997, 43-50.

97. Lexical processing and the "language module".  Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, CLCS Occasional Paper 53), and Alexandria, Virginia (ERIC Reports ED 421 856), 1998, 38 pp.

98. Review of R. Ellis, Second language acquisition, System 26 (1998), 143-145.

99. "L'approche communicative et « l'éveil au langage »: des frères ennemis?  Quelques aperçus apportés par une expérience de l'enseignement précoce du français langue étrangère", in De la didactique des langues à la didactique du plurilinguisme, ed. Billiez J., Grenoble, CDL-LIDILEM, 1998. 285-290. [Co-author: Áine Furlong].

100.  “Age and the second language lexicon”, Studia Anglica Posnaniensia, 23 (1998), 365-376.

101. Exploring the second language mental lexicon.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999, xviii + 341pp.

102. "Learning and not learning L2 lexis: a case study", in Acquisition et Interaction en Langue Étrangère, special issue, volume 2, Du mot à la structure, 1999, 37-47.

103. Review of S. Krashen, Foreign language education: the easy way, System 27 (1999), 283-285.

104. “Connectivité interlinguistique dans l’acquisition et l’exploitation du lexique de la langue seconde”, in Le Français dans le Monde, special issue, Une didactique des langues pour demain, 2000, 56-69.

105. Language and the lexicon: an introduction.  London: Edward Arnold 2000, xii + 244pp.

106.  At the sharp end of language revival: English-speaking parents raising Irish-speaking children.  Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies, CLCS Occasional Paper 57), 2000, 12 pp. [Co-authors: Harrington, S. and Henry, A.].

107. Review of S. Lapkin (ed.), French second language education in Canada: empirical studies, System 28 (2000), 626-628.

108. “Age factors”, in Routledge encyclopedia of language teaching and learning, ed. Byram, M., London: Routledge, 2000, 21-24

109. “A második nyelv a ‘mentális lexikon’ kontextusában” (“The second language mental lexicon in context”), Modern Nyelvoktatás (“Modern Languages”) (Budapest) 6.2-3 (2000), 3-23.

110. “Age and second language acquisition”, Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 21 (2001), 77-89

111. “Cross-linguistic interactions in the multilingual mental lexicon”, in Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Third Language Acquisition (CD-ROM) ed. Hooghiemstra, M., Leeuwarden, Fryske Akademy, 2002.

112. “Atomistic and incidental approaches to vocabulary learning”, in Time for words: studies in foreign language vocabulary acquisition, ed. Arabski, J., Frankfurt-am-Main: Peter Lang, 2002, 191-199.

113. “The C-test and L2 acquisition/processing research”, in University language testing and the C-test, eds. Coleman, J.A., Grotjahn, R.  and Raatz, U.,   Bochum: AKS-Verlag, 2002, 143-168 [Co-author: Singleton, E.].

114. “Cross-linguistic operations in the mental lexicon and lexical change”, in Interpreting the history of French, eds. Sampson, R. and Ayres-Bennett, W., Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, 2002, 243-258.

115. Editor, Le facteur de l’âge dans l’acquisition d’une seconde étrangère, Paris, Encrages, 2003 (Issue 18 of Acquisition et Interaction en Langue Étrangère), 127 pp.

116. “Le facteur de l’âge dans l’acquisition d’une L2: remarques préliminaires”, Acquisition et Interaction en Langue Étrangère 18 (2003), 1-15.

117. “Critical period or general age factor(s)?” in Age and the acquisition of English as a foreign language, eds. García Mayo, M.P. and García Lecumberri, M.L., Clevedon, Multilingual Matters, 2003, 3-22

118. “Perspectives on the multilingual lexicon: a critical synthesis”, in The multilingual lexicon, eds. Cenoz, J., Jessner, U. and Hufeisen, B., Dordrecht, Kluwer, 2003, 167-176.

119. Language acquisition: the age factor, Second Edition, Clevedon, Multilingual Matters, 2004, viii + 289pp. [Co-author: Ryan, L.].

120. Metaphorical competence and the L2 learner. Angles on the English-Speaking World 4 (2004), 69-84. [Co-author: Cieślicka, A.]

121. “Criticizing the Critical Period Hypothesis”, in Pragmatics and language learning, ed . Arabski, J., Kraków, Universitas, 2004, 219-229.

122. “Lexicon/Lexikon”, in Sociolinguistics / Soziolinguistik: An International handbook of the science of language and society / Ein internationales Handbuch zur Wissenschaft von Sprache und Gesellschaft, eds. Ammon, U. , Dittmar, N.,  Mattheier, K.J. and Trudgill, P., Berlin, Walter de Gruyter, Second Edition, Volume 1, 2005, 530-539. [Co-author: Kallen, J.].

123. “A first encounter with Dutch: perceived language distance and transfer as factors in comprehension”, in Introductory readings in L3, eds. Hufeisen, B. and Fouser, R.J., Tübingen, Stauffenberg Verlag, 2005, 101-109. First published in Language across cultures, eds. Mac Mathúna, L.and Singleton, D., Dublin: Irish Association for Applied Linguistics, 1984, 259-269. [Co-author: Little, D.].

124. “Lexical acquisition: a meaningful experience”, in Semantika prirodnog jezika i metajezik semantike (Natural language semantics and the metalanguage of semantics), ed. J. Granić, Zagreb/Split, Hvratsko društvo za primijenjenu lingvistiku – HDPL. 2005, 665-680.

125. “The Critical Period Hypothesis: a coat of many colours”, International Review of Applied Linguistics (IRAL) 43 (2005), 269-285. 

126. “Psychotypology and the ‘L2 factor’ in cross-lexical interaction: an analysis of English and Irish influence in learner French, in Språk, lärande och utbildning i sikte, eds. Bendtsen, M., Björklund, M., Fant, C. & Forsman, L., Vasa, Faculty of Education, Åbo Akademi., 2006, 191 – 205. [Co-author: Ó Laoire, M.].

127. “Lexical transfer: interlexical or intralexical?” in Cross-linguistic influences in the second language lexicon, ed. Arabski, J., Clevedon, Multilingual Matters Ltd, 2006, 130–143.

128."Psychotypologie et facteur L2 dans l'influence translexicale. Une analyse de l'influence de l'anglais et de l'irlandais sur le français L3 de l'apprenant", Acquisition et Interaction en Langue Étrangère 24 (2006), 101–117. [Co-author Ó Laoire, M.].

129. “Identity and the second language learner” in Language and identity. English and American studies in the age of globalization. Volume 2: Language and Culture, eds. Lesniewska, J. and Witalisz, E., Kraków, Jagiellonian University Press, 2006, 13-28.

130. Globalization, language and national identity: the case of Ireland. Dublin: Trinity College, Centre for Language and Communication Studies (CLCS Occasional Paper 68), 2007, 11pp.

131 “Multiple language learning in the light of the theory of affordances”, Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching, 1, (1) (2007), 83–96. [Co-author: Aronin, L.].

132. Review of Age in L2 Acquisition and Teaching, by Christián Abello-Contesse, Rubén Chacón-Beltrán, M. Dolores López-Jiménez, M. Mar Torreblanca- López (eds.) , Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 28 (4) (2007), 346-347.

133. Exploring the second language mental lexicon, Chinese Edition, Beijing, Cambridge University Press/Beijing World Publishing, 2007, 341pp. (see above, item 101).

134. “How integrated is the integrated mental lexicon?” in Second language lexical processes, eds. Lengyel, Z. and Navracsics, J., Clevedon, Multilingual Matters Ltd., 2007, 10–29.

135. “Foreign accent in advanced learners: two successful profiles”, The EUROSLA Yearbook 7, (2007) 171-190. [Co-author: Muñoz, C.].

136. “Conceptions of the lexicon: approaches to second language vocabulary teaching: a historical perspective” in On foreign language acquisition and effective learning, ed. Arabski, J., Katowice, University of Silesia Press, 2007, 73–88.

137. “Activation of literal and idiomatic meanings during on-line processing of L1 and L2 idioms”, in Challenging tasks for psycholinguistics in the new century, ed. Arabski, J., Katowice, Oficyna Wydawnicza Waclaw Walasek, University of Silesia, 2007, 267–282. [Co-authors: Cieslicka, A., O'Rourke, B.].

138. “Open choice versus the Idiom Principle in L2 lexical usage”, in Exploring focus on form in language teaching, ed. Pawłak, M., Poznan-Kalisz, Adam Mickiewicz University Press, 2007, 207-222. [Co-authors: Lesniewska, J., Witalisz, E.].

139. “The Critical Period Hypothesis: some problems”, Interlingüística 17 (2007), 48-56

140. “Mulilingualism as a new linguistic dispensation”, International Journal of Multilingualism, 5 (1) (2008), 1-16. [Co-author: Aronin, L.].

141 “The place of English in a multilingual world”, in PASE papers 2007: studies in language and methodology of teaching foreign languages. Volume 1, eds. Arabski, J., Gabrys-Barker, D., Lyda, A., Katowice, University of Silesia/PARA, 2008, 11–21. [Co-author: Aronin, L.].

142. The complexity of multilingual contact and language use in times of globalization, in Dynamics of language contact in the twenty-first century, ed.Vergaro, C. , Perugia, Guerra Edizioni, 2008, 33–47. [Co-author: Aronin, L].

143. The processing of multi-word units: evidence from readers’ eye movements, in Perspektywy glottodydaktyki i językoznawstwa. Tom jubileuszowy z okazji 70. urodzin Profesora Waldemara Pfeiffera, eds. Myczko, K., Skowronek, B., Zabrocki, W., Poznań, Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM, 2008, 39-55. [Co-authors Cieślicka A, O’Rourke B.].

144. Language and the lexicon: an introduction, Korean translation, Seoul, Sam Yung Publishers, 2008, 324pp. (See above, item 105).

145. “The philosophy of multilingualism”, in Achieving multilingualism: wills and ways , eds. Martí Arnándiz, O. and Safont Jordà, M.P., Castelló de la Plana, Universitat Jaume I, 2008, 20-33. [Co-author: Aronin, L].

146. “Age and SLA: research highways and byeways”, in New perspectives on individual differences in language learning and teaching, ed. Pawłak, M., Poznań-Kalisz, Adam Mickiewicz University Press, 2009, 109-124. [Co-author: Leśniewska, J.].

147. “Unspeakable words: the taboo fringe of the lexicon”, in Advances in discourse approaches, ed. Dynel, M., Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars, 2009,130–146.

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