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  • Schwartz, B.D. (1998). 'On two hypotheses of ʺtransferʺ in L2A: minimal trees and absolute L1 influence. In S. Flynn, G. Martohardojono & W. O'Neil (eds) The Generative Study of Second Language Acquisition. pp.35-59. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Schwartz, B.D. & R.A. Sprouse (1994). 'Word order and nominative case in nonnative language acquisition: a longitudinal study of (L1 Turkish) German interlanguage.' In T. Hoekstra & B.D. Schwartz (eds) Language Acquisition Studies in Generative Grammar: Papers in Honor of Kenneth Wexler from the 1991 GLOW Workshops. pp.317-368. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Schwartz, B.D. & R.A. Sprouse (1996). 'L2 cognitive states and the full transfer/full access model.' Second Language Research 12: 40-72.
  • Unsworth, S., T. Parodi, A. Sorace & M. Young-Scholten (eds) (2005). Paths of Development in L1 and L2 Acquisition. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
  • Vainikka, A & Young-Scholten M (1994) 'Direct access to X'-theory: evidence from Korean and Turkish adults learning German.' In T. Hoekstra & B.D. Schwartz (eds) Language Acquisition Studies in Generative Grammar: Papers in Honor of Kenneth Wexler from the 1991 GLOW Workshops. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Vainikka, A. & M. Young-Scholten (1996). 'Gradual development of L2 phrase structure.' Second Language Research 12: 7-39.
  • Vainikka, A. & M. Young-Scholten (1998). 'Functional categories and related mechanisms in child second language acquisition.' In S. Flynn, G. Martohardojono & W. O'Neil (eds) The Generative Study of Second Language Acquisition. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  • Vainikka, A. & M. Young-Scholten (2003). 'Review of Roger Hawkins (2001): Second Language Syntax: a Generative Introduction.' Lingua.
  • White, L. (1991). 'Adverb placement in second language acquisition: some effects of positive and negative evidence in the classroom.' Second Language Research 7: 133-161.
  • White, L. (2003). Second Language Acquisition and Universal Grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (1993). The Acquisition of Prosodic Structure in a Second Language. Tübingen: Niemeyer.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (1994). 'Positive evidence and ultimate attainment in L2 phonology.' Second Language Research 10: 193-214.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (1995). 'The negative effects of 'positive' evidence on L2 phonology.' In L. Eubank, L. Selinker & M. Sharwood Smith (eds) The Current State of Interlanguage. Amsterdam: Benjamins. pp.107-121.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (1999). 'Focus on form and linguistic competence: why Krashen is still right about acquisition'. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Association for Applied Linguistics, Stamford, CT, March 1999.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (2002). 'Orthographic input in L2 phonological development.' In P. Burmeister, T. Piske & A. Rohde (eds) An Integrated View of Language Development - Papers in Honour of Henning Wode. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. pp.263-279.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (2004a). 'Prosodic constraints on allophonic distribution in adult L2 acquisition.' International Journal of Bilingualism 8: 67-77.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (2004b). 'Longitudinal treasures out of Pandora's Box.' Voies vers le Plurilinguisme. Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté.
  • Young-Scholten, M. (2005). 'Interlanguage goes to the movies: Steven Spielberg’s The Terminal'. Working paper based on talk given at the University of Leeds conference Language in the Media: Representations, Identities, Ideologies, 12-14th September 2005. Abstract available from the University of Leeds.
  • Young-Scholten, M., M. Akita & N. Cross (1999). 'Focus on form in phonology: orthographic exposure as a promoter of epenthesis.' In P. Robinson & N.O. Jungheim (eds) Pragmatics and Pedagogy: Proceedings of the Third PacSLRF. Volume 2. Tokyo: Aoyama Gakuin University. pp. 227-233.
  • Young-Scholten, M. & J. Archibald (2000). 'Second language syllable structure.' In J. Archibald (ed.) Second Language Acquisition and Linguistic Theory. Oxford: Blackwell. pp.64-101. ISBN 0631205926.
  • Young-Scholten, M. & T. Piske (eds) (2008). Input Matters. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.