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Filtering by: Participant type Second (additional) language learners Remove constraint Participant type: Second (additional) language learners Feature being learned Grammar (morphosyntax) Remove constraint Feature being learned: Grammar (morphosyntax)

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  1. Do learners’ characteristics matter in second language learning?

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  2. Learning grammar from watching captioned TV series

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  3. Interleaved (mixed) grammar practice can assist learners with weaker working memory

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  4. Aspectual contrasts in the English present tense revisited: Exploring the role of input and L1 influence

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  5. What kind of feedback is more effective: instructor feedback on free writing or automatic corrective feedback in drills?

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  6. Learners re-use the grammar of the people they are speaking with, face to face or via computer chat, and this helped learning direct questions but not indirect questions

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  7. Are first and second language similarities an advantage for second language learners?

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  8. How much does our second language help when we learn to perceive events in a new way?

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  9. Second language learners' processing of grammar during real-time reading

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  10. The interaction between cognitive individual differences and feedback type

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