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Bangkok's Linguistic Landscapes: Environmental Print, Codemixing and Language Change
This paper examines the linguistic landscapes of 15 Bangkok neighbourhoods to explore questions of language contact, language mixing and language dominance. It provides a linguistic framework for
Morphometric brain abnormalities in boys with conduct disorder.
The data suggest that boys with CD and comorbid attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder show brain abnormalities in frontolimbic areas that resemble structural brain deficits, which are typically observed in adults with antisocial behavior.
Emotional processing in male adolescents with childhood-onset conduct disorder.
Increased rather than reduced amygdala activation found in this study may indicate an enhanced response to environmental cues in adolescents with early-onset CD, and is not consistent with the assumption of a reduced capacity to take note of affective information in the social environment.
Order-of-Acquisition vs. Dynamic Paradigm: A Comparsion of Method in Interlanguage Research.
Much of the research in recent years on interlanguage focuses on the order of acquisition of morphemes as determined by their appearance in obligatory Standard English contexts. Although this
Linguistic Systems and Linguistic Change in an Interlanguage
The question central to interlanguage research, and all language acquisition research, is ‘How do acquirers internalize linguistic patterns of the target language?’ Much research addressing this
Establishing point of view: the development of coding mechanisms in a second language for the expression of cognitive and perceptual organization
Recent literature in linguistics has focused on the relationship between cognitive and perceptual structures and the encoding of these structures in natural languages. The current paper assumes this
Impact of Chemotherapy for Childhood Leukemia on Brain Morphology and Function
It is demonstrated that childhood ALL, treated with chemotherapy, is associated with smaller grey matter volumes of neocortical and subcortical grey matter and lower hippocampal memory performance in adolescence and adulthood.
The Impact of Power-of-Speech Style, Argument Strength, and Need for Cognition on Impression Formation, Cognitive Responses, and Persuasion
This study investigated the impact of power-of-speech style, need for cognition, and argument quality on participants’ perceptions of a speaker, cognitive responses, and attitude toward the topic.