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. Polat, B. and Kim, Y. (2014). Dynamics of Complexity and Accuracy: A Longitudinal Case Study of Advanced Untutored Development, Applied Linguistics, 35(2), 184-207. doi:10.1093/applin/amt013
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Type of subjects/data: Turkish immigrant, Native English Speakers
No. of subjects/data: 1, 3
Instruments: Interview
Method of analysis: dynamic systems approach
Other aspects: Dynamic Systems Theory
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Keywords:
complexity, accuracy, SLA, dynamic systems approach, linguistic development

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. Kinsella, C. and Singleton, D. (2014). Much More Than Age. Applied Linguistics, 35(4), 441-462. doi:10.1093/applin/amu032
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Type of subjects/data: anglophone near-native users of French
No. of subjects/data: 20
Instruments: Test, Task/ activity, Questionnaire, Interview
Method of analysis: - test was scored
- data from the interview were examined
- pearson correlations were conducted to determine relationship between different variables
Other aspects: - lexico-grammatical test
- linguistic background questionnaire
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Keywords:
proficiency, French, anglophone adult learners, native-likeness

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. Sparrow, W. (2014). Unconventional word segmentation in emerging bilingual students’ writing: A longitudinal analysis. Applied Linguistics, 35(3), 263-282. doi:10.1093/applin/amt012
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 25
Instruments: Written report/ paper
Method of analysis: - instances of hyposegmentation and hypersegmentation in writing samples were analysed.
- instances of unconventional segmentation were compared across students, languages, and grade levels
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Keywords:
unconventional segmentation, hyposegmentation, hypersegmentation, bilingual students

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. Zhang, X. and Lu, X. (2014). A Longitudinal study of receptive vocabulary breadth knowledge growth and vocabulary fluency development. Applied Linguistics, 35(3), 283-304. doi:10.1093/applin/amt014
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 300
Instruments: Test
Method of analysis: - growth in vocabulary breadth knowledge and development of vocabulary fluency at different levels were measured.
- vocabulary fluency among groups with different and similar vocabulary breadth knowledge were compared.
- vocabulary fluency development after full breadth knowledge is acquired was measured.

*statistical tests used in the analysis: means, standard deviation, ANOVAs, Tukey's Honestly Significant Difference (HSD) post hoc tests, two-step cluster analysis with Schwarz's Bayesian Criterion
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Keywords:
vocabulary breadth knowledge, vocabulary fluency

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. Durrant, P. (2014). Discipline and level specificity in university students’ written vocabulary. Applied Linguistics, 35(3), 328-356. doi:10.1093/applin/amt016
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Type of subjects/data: Corpus (BAWE)
No. of subjects/data: 1 (5,770,728 words)
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Method of analysis: - a high-frequency vocabulary list for students from different disciplines and at different stages of academic study was created.
- the degree to which these vocabulary are overlapped was determined.
- clusters of student groups with shared vocabulary needs were identified.
Other aspects: - open-source statistical package R
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Keywords:
vocabulary, academic vocabulary, specialized vocabulary, BAWE

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. Muñoz, C. (2014). Contrasting Effects of Starting Age and Input on the Oral Performance of Foreign Language Learners. Applied Linguistics, 35(4), 463-482. doi:10.1093/applin/amu024
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Type of subjects/data: students
No. of subjects/data: 160
Instruments: Questionnaire, Test
Method of analysis: - all narrative samples were transcribed
- oral performance in terms of structural and lexical complexity, accuracy, and fluency was measured
Other aspects: measures of oral performance
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Keywords:
age, input, early start, oral performance, fluency, lexical diversity, syntactic complexity, accuracy

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. Granena, G. (2014). Language Aptitude and Long-term Achievement in Early Childhood L2 Learners. Applied Linguistics, 35(4), 483-503. doi:10.1093/applin/amu013
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Type of subjects/data: early childhood learners/ native speakers of Spanish
No. of subjects/data: 50/ 20
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview, Test
Method of analysis: the speeded- and non-speeded-response tests and language aptitude tests were scored by means of:
- average aptitude scores
- average response time
- percentage accuracy scores

*statistics: Cronbach's alpha, mean, sd, one sample K-S tests, z-scores, independent samples t-test, correlations, Levene's test, Cohen's d
Other aspects: quantitative analysis methods
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Keywords:
language aptitude, SLA, early childhood learners, early bilinguals

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. Kinsella, C. and Singleton, D. (2014). Much More Than Age. Applied Linguistics, 35(4), 441-462. doi:10.1093/applin/amu032
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Type of subjects/data: anglophone near-native users of French
No. of subjects/data: 20
Instruments: Test, Task/ activity, Questionnaire, Interview
Method of analysis: - test was scored
- data from the interview were examined
- pearson correlations were conducted to determine relationship between different variables
Other aspects: - lexico-grammatical test
- linguistic background questionnaire
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Keywords:
proficiency, French, anglophone adult learners, native-likeness

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. McGrath, L. (2014). Parallel language use in academic and outreach publication: A case study of policy and practiceOriginal Research Article. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 13, 5-16.
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Type of subjects/data: scholars
No. of subjects/data: 15
Instruments: Questionnaire, Interview, Document
Method of analysis: content analysis
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Keywords:
Parallel language use, Language policy, Multilingual scholars, Writing for publication, Language choice

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. Gnutzmann, C. and Rabe, F. (2014). ‘Theoretical subtleties’ or ‘text modules’? German researchers' language demands and attitudes across disciplinary cultures. Journal for Academic Purposes, 13, 31-40.
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Type of subjects/data: scholars
No. of subjects/data: 24
Instruments: Interview
Method of analysis: interview data was thematized
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Keywords:
Language demands, Non-native English-speaking scholars, Academic writing, Disciplinary cultures, Interviewing, Language norms

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