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Psycholinguistics — AILA-Review 1986, Edited by T. Slama-Cazacu, Bucharest, Spring 1987

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Editor's Note
Ron Carter
5-9
A factor of difficulty in vocabulary learning: deceptive transparency
Batia Laufer
10-20
Vocabularies in the reading process
Cay Dollerup, Ester Glahn, & Carsten Rosenberg Hansen
21-33
The learner as word processor
Kirsten Haastrup
34-46
What makes a word English?
Rolf Palmberg
56-65
Vocabulary and grammar: a multitrait-multimethod investigation
Pierre Arnaud
66-74
Matrix models of vocabulary acquisition
Paul Meara
66-74
Vocabulary learning through reading: which conditions should be met when presenting words in texts?
Caroline Schouten-van Parreren
75-85
Processes in the developing lexicon of adult immigrant learners
Peter Broeder, Guus Extra & Roland van Hout
86-109
The use of vocabulary and collocations in the writing of primary school students in Singapore
Mohsen Ghadessy
110-117
Lexical phrases, speech acts and teaching conversation
James Nattinger & Jeanette Decarrico
118-138