Entrenchment and the Psychology of Language Learning: How We Reorganize and Adapt Linguistic Knowledge

Entrenchment and the Psychology of Language Learning: How We Reorganize and Adapt Linguistic Knowledge

by Hans-Jorg Schmid (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9783110634891
Publisher: De Gruyter
Publication date: 11/19/2018
Series: Language and the Human Lifespan (LHLS) Series
Pages: 475
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Hans-Jörg Schmid, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany.

Table of Contents

Contributors vii

Introduction Hans-Jörg Schmid 3

I Setting the Scene

1 A Framework for Understanding Linguistic Entrenchment and its Psychological Foundations Hans-Jörg Schmid 9

II Linguistic Perspectives on Entrenchment

2 Entrenchment in Cognitive Grammar Ronald W. Langacker 39

3 Entrenchment in Construction Grammar Martin Hilpert Holger Diessel 57

4 Entrenchment Effects in Language Change Hendrik De Smet 75

5 The Corpus-Based Perspective on Entrenchment Anatol Stefanowitsch Susanne Flach 101

6 Entrenchment From a Psycho linguistic and Neurolinguistic Perspective Alice Blumenthal-Dramé 129

7 Entrenchment as Onomasiological Salience Dirk Geeraerts 153

III Cognitive Foundations of Linguistic Entrenchment Processes

8 Memory Consolidation Atsuko Takashima Iske Bakker 177

9 On the Automaticity of Language Processing Robert J. Hartsuiker Agnes Moors 201

10 Statistical Learning as a Domain-General Mechanism of Entrenchment Ethan Jost Morten H. Christiansen 227

11 Entrenchment, Gestalt Formation, and Chunking Fernand Gobet 245

12 The Roles of Analogy, Categorization, and Generalization in Entrenchment Anne-Kristin Cordes 269

13 Salience, Attention, and Perception Franziska Günther Hermann J. Müller Thomas Geyer 289

IV Entrenchment in Language Learning and Language Attrition

14 Entrenchment in First Language Learning Anna L. Theakston 315

15 Entrenchment in Second-Language Learning Brian MacWhinney 343

16 Entrenchment and Language Attrition Rasmus Steinkrauss Monika S. Schmid 367

V Deconstructing Entrenchment

17 Entrenchment, Embeddedness, and Entanglement: A Dynamic Complexity View Philip Herdina 387

18 Entrenchment: A View From Radical Embodied Cognitive Science Stephen J. Cowley 409

VI Synopsis

19 Linguistic Entrenchment and Its Psychological Foundations Hans-Jörg Schmid 435

Index 453

About the Editor 475

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