Second Language Acquisition and the Critical Period Hypothesis

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Figures 2.1, 2.2, 2.3, and 2.4 are reprinted from Christine M. Weber-Fox and Helen J. Neville, "Maturational Constraints on Functional Specializations for Language Processing: ERP and Behavioral Evidence in Bilingual Speakers", Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 8:3 ( May, 1996), pp. 231-256. Copyright 1996 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Reprinted with permission.

Tables 6.1 and 6.3 are adapted from Theo Bongaerts, Chantal van Summeren , Brigitte Planken, and Erik Schils, "Excellente tweedetaalleerders en uitspraakverwerving", Gramma/TTT 4 ( 1995), pp. 87- 102. Copyright by ICG Publications. Adapted with permission.

Table 6.2 is reprinted from Theo Bongaerts, Chantal van Summeren, Brigitte Planken, and Erik Schils, "Age and Ultimate Attainment in the Pronunciation of a Foreign Language", Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 19:4, pp. 447-465. Copyright 1997 by Cambridge University Press. Reprinted with permission.

Table 6.3 is adapted from Theo Bongaerts, Chantal van Summeren, Brigitte Planken, and Erik Schils, "Age and Ultimate Attainment in the Pronunciation of a Foreign Language", Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 19:4, pp. 447-465. Copyright 1997 by Cambridge University Press. Adapted with permission.

Note: Versions of Table 6.3 appear in both Gramma/TTT and Studies in Second Language Acquisition.

Tables 6.4, 6.5, and 6.6 are adapted from Marie-José Palmen, Theo Bongaerts , and Erik Schils, "L'authenticité de la prononciation dans l'acquisition d'une langue étrangére au-delá de la période critique: les apprenants néerlandais parvenus á un, niveau trés avancé du français", Acquisition et Interaction en Langue Étrangée, 9 ( 1997), pp. 173-191. Adapted with permission.

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