Cambridge Handbook of Working Memory and Language

Cambridge Handbook of Working Memory and Language

Schwieter, John W.; Wen, Zhisheng (Edward)

Cambridge University Press





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1. Working memory and language: an overview of key topics; Part I. Introduction: 2. Working memory and the challenge of language; Part II. Theoretical Models and Measures: 3. The evolution of working memory and language; 4. The phonological loop as a 'language learning device': an update; 5. The Embedded-Processes Model and language use; 6. Long-term working memory and language comprehension; 7. The cognitive neuroscience of working memory and language; 8. Computational models of working memory for language; 9. The time-based resource sharing model of working memory for language; 10. The Ease of Language Understanding Model; 11. Assessing children's working memory; 12. Measuring individual differences in working memory capacity and attention control and their contribution to language comprehension; Part III. Linguistic Theories and Frameworks: 13. Have grammars been shaped by working memory and if so, how?; 14. Branching and working memory: a cross-linguistic approach; 15. Working memory and natural syntax; 16. The role of working memory in shaping syntactic dependency structures; 17. Working memory in the Modular Cognition Framework; 18. Short-term and working memory capacity and the language device: chunking and parsing complexity; Part IV. First Language Processing: 19. Working memory in word reading; 20. The role of working memory in language comprehension and production: evidence from neuropsychology; 21. Working memory and high-level text comprehension processes; 22. Working memory and speech planning; 23. How do novice and skilled writers engage working memory?; Part V. Bilingual Acquisition and Processing: 24. How measures of working memory relate to L2 vocabulary; 25. Working memory and L2 grammar development in children; 26. Working memory and L2 grammar learning among adults; 27. Working memory and L2 sentence processing; 28. Methodological issues in research on working memory and L2 reading comprehension; 29. Working memory and second language speaking tasks; 30. Working memory in second language interaction; 31. Working memory and interpreting studies; 32. A methodological synthesis of working memory tasks in L2 research; Part VI. Language Disorders, Interventions, and Instruction: 33. Specific learning disorders as a working memory deficit; 34. A new perspective on the connection between memory and sentence comprehension in children with developmental language disorder; 35. Working memory and childhood deafness; 36. Working memory training in the classroom; 37. Working memory and classroom learning; 38. Cognitive load theory and instructional design for language learning; 39. Working memory training: meta-analyses and clinical implications; Part VII. Conclusion: 40. Towards an integrated account of working memory and language; Index.
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