Table of contents for Third or additional language acquisition / Gessica De Angelis.

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Contents
Chapter 1 - The multilingual learner and speaker
1.1	Introduction
1.2	From Second Language Acquisition to Third or Additional Language 
Acquisition
1.3	Terminological (in)consistencies
1.4	The monolingual and the bilingual bias in language acquisition research
1.5	Book outline
Chapter 2 - Factors affecting non-native language influence
2.1 	Non-native languages and crosslinguistic influence 
2.2 	Language distance	
2.3	Proficiency in the target language and proficiency in the source language
2.4	Recency of use
2.5 	Length of residence and exposure to a non-native language environment	
2.6	Order of acquisition
2.7	Formality of context
Chapter 3 - What can be transferred from one or more non-native language to another
3.1	Lexis
3.2	Phonetics and Phonology 
3.3 	Morphology 
3.4	Syntax
Chapter 4 - Multilingual speech production
4.1.	Two influential monolingual speech production models: Dell (1986) and 
	Levelt (1989)
4.2 	Bilingual and multilingual speech production 
	4.2.1 Green (1986)
	4.2.2 De Bot (1992)
	4.2.3 Grosjean (1992)
4.3 	Language choice
Chapter 5 - The multilingual lexicon
5.1	From bilingual to multilingual memory
5.2	Proficiency and lexico-semantic organization
5.3	Storage capacity and processing load
5.4	Separation and integration of knowledge 
Chapter 6 - Prior language knowledge, cognitive development and the language 
acquisition process
6.1 	Prior language knowledge: an obstacle or an asset? An historical overview
6.2	Prior language knowledge and foreign language achievement
6.3 	Metalinguistic awareness and metalinguistic thinking
6.4	Prior language knowledge and the lack of significant effects
6.5	Number of languages known: does it make a difference? 
Chapter 7 - Conclusion
7.1	Major findings and some suggestions for future research
7.2	A final comment
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Multilingualism.
Language and languages -- Study and teaching.