Jan H. Hulstijn
Jan H. Hulstijn
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Incidental vocabulary acquisition in a second language: The construct of task-induced involvement
B Laufer, J Hulstijn
Applied linguistics 22 (1), 1-26, 2001
18532001
Incidental vocabulary learning by advanced foreign language students: The influence of marginal glosses, dictionary use, and reoccurrence of unknown words
JH Hulstijn, M Hollander, T Greidanus
The modern language journal 80 (3), 327-339, 1996
10941996
Some empirical evidence for the involvement load hypothesis in vocabulary acquisition
JH Hulstijn, B Laufer
Language learning 51 (3), 539-558, 2001
10672001
Intentional and incidental second language vocabulary learning: A reappraisal of elaboration, rehearsal and automaticity
JH Hulstijn
na, 2001
10562001
Retention of inferred and given word meanings: Experiments in incidental vocabulary learning
JH Hulstijn
Vocabulary and applied linguistics, 113-125, 1992
8941992
12 Incidental and Intentional Learning
J HULSTIJN
The handbook of second language acquisition 27, 349, 2008
6802008
Theoretical and empirical issues in the study of implicit and explicit second-language learning: Introduction
JH Hulstijn
Studies in second language acquisition 27 (2), 129-140, 2005
5992005
Aptitude in second language acquisition
P Robinson
The encyclopedia of applied linguistics, 2012
493*2012
When do foreign-language readers look up the meaning of unfamiliar words? The influence of task and learner variables
JH Hulstijn
The modern language journal 77 (2), 139-147, 1993
4671993
Towards a unified account of the representation, processing and acquisition of second language knowledge
J Hulstijn
Second Language Research 18 (3), 193-223, 2002
3952002
Under what conditions does explicit knowledge of a second language facilitate the acquisition of implicit knowledge? A research proposal
JH Hulstijn, R De Graaff
AILA review 11 (97-112), 1994
3681994
First language and second language writing: The role of linguistic knowledge, speed of processing, and metacognitive knowledge
R Schoonen, A Gelderen, K Glopper, J Hulstijn, A Simis, P Snellings, ...
Language learning 53 (1), 165-202, 2003
3662003
1 Q Mnemonic methods in foreign language vocabulary learning
JH Hulstijn
Second language vocabulary acquisition: A rationale for pedagogy, 203, 1997
3641997
Metacognitive and language‐specific knowledge in native and foreign language reading comprehension: An empirical study among Dutch students in grades 6, 8 and 10
R Schoonen, J Hulstijn, B Bossers
Language learning 48 (1), 71-106, 1998
3381998
Automaticity in bilingualism and second language learning
N Segalowitz, J Hulstijn
Handbook of bilingualism: Psycholinguistic approaches 371, 388, 2005
3352005
Grammatical errors as a function of processing constraints and explicit knowledge
JH Hulstijn, W Hulstijn
Language learning 34 (1), 23-43, 1984
3291984
Linguistic Knowledge, Processing Speed, and Metacognitive Knowledge in First-and Second-Language Reading Comprehension: A Componential Analysis.
A Van Gelderen, R Schoonen, K De Glopper, J Hulstijn, A Simis, ...
Journal of educational psychology 96 (1), 19, 2004
3092004
Avoidance: Grammatical or semantic causes?
JH Hulstijn, E Marchena
Studies in second language acquisition 11 (3), 241-255, 1989
2781989
The shaky ground beneath the CEFR: Quantitative and qualitative dimensions of language proficiency
JH Hulstijn
The Modern Language Journal 91 (4), 663-667, 2007
2652007
Development of adolescent reading comprehension in language 1 and language 2: A longitudinal analysis of constituent components.
A Van Gelderen, R Schoonen, RD Stoel, K De Glopper, J Hulstijn
Journal of Educational Psychology 99 (3), 477, 2007
2322007
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