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Consciousness in second language learning, Edited by Jan H. Hulstijn & Richard Schmidt

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Guest editors' introduction
Jan H. Hulstijn & Richard Schmidt
5-10
Deconstructing consciousness is search of useful definitions for applied linguistics
Richard Schmidt
11-26
Evaluating the role of consciousness in second language acquisition: Terms, linguistic features and research methodology
Bill Vanpatten
27-36
Consciousness in second language learning: Psychological perspectives on the role of conscious processes in vocabulary acquisition
Nick C. Ellis
37-56
Appealing to consciousness in the L2 classroom
Birgit Harley
57-68
Language awareness, contingency, and interaction
Leo van Lier
69-82
How implicit can adult second language learning be?
Robert M. Dekeyser
83-96
Under what conditions does explicit knowledge of a second language facilitate the acquisition of implicit knowledge? A research proposal
Jan H. Hulstijn & Rick de Graff
97-112
Contributors to this issue 113