Applied Psycholinguistics publishes original research papers on the psychological processes involved in language. It examines language development and defects in adults and children with and without developmental disabilities. Articles in Applied Psycholinguistics address the nature acquisition and impairments of language expression and comprehension including writing and reading. This journal gathers together the best work from a variety of fields including linguistics psychology reading education language learning sociology speech and hearing and neurology. In addition issues include reviews of important new books problem-oriented reviews of important or emergent areas discussions of previously published papers and methodological notes. In 2000 there will be a special issue on the evaluation of a European interactive format-based second-language teaching method for preschool and school-aged children. In 2001 a special issue on Phonological Representation will be published.
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