Vigo International Journal of Applied Linguistics VIAL

Contents of Number 8, Year 2011:

* Effects of second language on cognition in English users of L2 Japanese. Panos Athanasopoulos, Bangor University, UK and Chise Kasai, Gifu University, Japan: 13-27. Abstract

* Ultimate attainment of event segmentation and temporal structuring patterns in speakers of L2 Swedish. Emanuel Bylund, Univerity of Western Cape, South Africa / Stockholm University, Sweeden: 28-53. Abstract

* The Effect of Second-Language Experience on Native-Language Processing. Margarita Kaushanskaya, Jeewon Yoo, University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI, USA and Viorica Marian, Northwestern University, IL, USA: 54-77. Abstract

* Individual Differences in the Ability to Resolve Translation Ambiguity across Languages. Erica B. Michael, University of Maryland, MD, USA, Natasha Tokowicz, Tamar Degani, and Courtney J. Smith, Northwestern University, PA, USA: 78-97. Abstract

* A Lexical-Constructional Model Account of Illocution. Lorena Pérez Hernández and Francisco José Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Universidad de la Rioja, Spain: 98-137. Abstract

* Do L2 speakers think in the L1 when speaking in the L2? Barbara Schmiedtová, University of Heidelberg, Germany: 139-179. Abstract

* Applying Cognitive Linguistics to Learning the Semantics of English to, for and at: An Experimental Investigation. Andrea Tyler, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA, Charles Mueller, George Washington University, Washington DC, USA and Vu Ho, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA: 181-205. Abstract

* Idiom comprehension in the first language: A developmental study. Mila Vulchanova, Valentin Vulchanov, Norwegian University of Science & Technology, Norway and Margarita Stankova,New Bulgarian University, Bulgary:206-234. Abstract

* Review of Dewaele, Jean-Marc. 2010. Emotions in Multiple Languages. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1-4039-4316-3, 260 pages. Amelia Huzum, Universidade de Vigo, Spain: 235:238 Abstract