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Works cited in the critical period hypothesis article

  • Bialystok, E. & K. Hakuta (1994). In Other Words: The Science and Psychology of Second Language Acquisition. New York: HarperCollins.
  • Bongaerts, T., B. Planken & E. Schils (1995). Can late learners attain a native accent in a foreign language? A test of the Critical Period Hypothesis. In D. Singleton & Z. Lengyel (eds) The Age Factor in Second Language Acquisition. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. pp.30-50.
  • Curtiss, S. (1977) Genie: a Psycholinguistic Study of a Modern-day "Wild Child'. New York: Academic Press.
  • Dechert, H. (1995). Some critical remarks concerning Penfield's theory of second language acquisition. In D. Singleton & Z. Lengyel (eds) The Age Factor in Second Language Acquisition. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. pp.67-94.
  • DeKeyser, R. (2003). Implicit and explicit learning. In C. Doughty & M.H. Long (eds) The Handbook of Second Language Acquisition. Malden, MA: Blackwell. pp.313–348.
  • Jones, P.E. (1995). 'Contradictions and unanswered questions in the Genie case: a fresh look at the linguistic evidence'. Language and Communication 15: 261-280.
  • Lenneberg, E.H. (1967). Biological Foundations of Language. New York: Wiley.
  • Moyer, A. (1999). 'Ultimate attainment in L2 phonology: the critical factors of age, motivation, and instruction.' Studies in Second Language Acquisition 21: 81-108.
  • Oyama, S. (1976). 'A sensitive period for the acquisition of a nonnative phonological system.' Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 5: 261-285.
  • Penfield, W. & L. Roberts (1959). Speech and Brain Mechanisms. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  • Pinker, S. (1994). The Language Instinct. New York: Morrow.
  • Scovel, T. (1969). 'Foreign accents, language acquisition, and cerebral dominance.' Language Learning 19: 245-253.
  • 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 Honor of Henning Wode. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier. pp.263-279.

Further reading

  • Cook, V. (2001). Second Language Learning and Language Teaching. London: Hodder Arnold.
  • Johnson, J.S. & E.L. Newport (1989). 'Critical period effects in second language learning: the influence of maturational state on the acquisition of English as a second language'. Cognitive Psychology 21: 60-99.
  • Lamendella, J.T. (1977). 'General principles of neurofunctional organization and their manifestation in primary and non-primary language acquisition.' Language Learning 27: 155-159.
  • Lightbown, P. & N. Spada (2006). How Languages are Learned. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2nd edition. ISBN 0194422240.
  • Mitchell, R. & F. Myles (2006). Second Language Learning Theories. London: Hodder Arnold. 2nd edition.
  • Newport, E.L. (1990). 'Maturational constraints on language learning'. Cognitive Science 14: 11-28.
  • Singleton, D. & Z. Lengyel (1995). The Age Factor in Second Language Acquisition. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
  • White, L. (2003). Second Language Acquisition and Universal Grammar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.