Zur theory der kognitiven verarbeitungstiefe in korrelation mit der lexikalischen lernleistung beim fremdsprachenerwerb

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    Abstract

    This paper briefly reviews the changes of theoretical paradigms in foreign language learning research during the last five decades. As a result of these changes, vocabulary acquisition theory has become more and more influenced by interdisciplinary cooperation, especially by psychological concepts dealing with word learning and retention. This article focuses on the involvement-load hypothesis, created by Laufer/Hulstijn (2001) and completed by other researchers during the last ten years. The advantages and disadvantages of the original concept and its later derivatives are discussed. Necessary enlargements are also suggested in order to account for the complex correlations that are involved in the process of vocabulary acquisition and its theory.

    Original languageGerman
    Pages (from-to)453-466
    Number of pages13
    JournalGermanica Wratislaviensia 141: Ansätze - Begründungen - Maßstäbe
    Volume141
    Publication statusPublished - 2016

    Swedish Standard Keywords

    • Languages and Literature (602)

    Keywords

    • cognition
    • foreign language learning
    • levels of processing

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