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Technology and the Psychology of Second Language Learners and Users

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Introduction and Overview: The Inescapable Confluence of Technology, Psychology and Second Language Learners and Users
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    Chapter 2 The Acquisition of Pragmatically Appropriate Requests by Second Language Learners of Spanish Using an Input-Based Virtual Environment
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    Chapter 3 Exploiting Vocabulary CALL Interventions to Operationalize and Test the Depth Levels of the Processing Model
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    Chapter 4 The Cognitive and Psychological Effects of YouTube Video Captions and Subtitles on Higher-Level German Language Learners
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    Chapter 5 Computer-Assisted Language Testing and Learner Behavior
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    Chapter 6 Blogging in an Autonomous, Constructivist and Blended Learning Environment: A Case Study of Turkish EFL Pre-service Teachers
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    Chapter 7 EFL Student Engagement in an English for Specific Purposes Tourism Class: Flipping the Class with Facebook
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    Chapter 8 Learner Autonomy and Responsibility: Self-learning Through a Flipped Online EFL Course
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    Chapter 9 A Spanish Speaker and a Friend: Identity Transformation in Foreign Language Chat
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    Chapter 10 Catalan Teenagers’ Identity, Literacy and Language Practices on YouTube
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    Chapter 11 The Phenomenology of Experiencing Oneself Online: Critical Dimensions of Identity and Language Use in Virtual Spaces
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    Chapter 12 Leveraging Multilingual Identities in Computer Science Education
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    Chapter 13 The Implications of Using Online Social Networks for EFL Learner Self-Concept
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    Chapter 14 EFL Blogging in the Greek Secondary School Classroom: The Effects on Student Participation and Attitude
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    Chapter 15 Chinese Language Learners’ Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Perceptions of a Pinyin Text-to-Speech System
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    Chapter 16 Gliding Across the Digital Divide with High Anxiety: Electronic Resource Selection Toward Self-Directed Writing Practice in a South African EAP Context
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    Chapter 17 Artificial Intelligence Technology for EAP Speaking Skills: Student Perceptions of Opportunities and Challenges
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    Chapter 18 A Need to Communicate: An Intercultural Story of Motivation Generated in Disrupted Text-Based Electronic Chat
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    Chapter 19 A Motivational Story in Hong Kong: Generating Goals for Language Learners and Blended Learning Designers from a Mixed-Method Learning Analytics Approach in English for Academic Purposes
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    Chapter 20 The Impact of Digital Storytelling on the Motivation and Engagement of Young Foreign Language Learners
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    Chapter 21 The Impact of Online Lower-Level Courses on World Language Learners’ Self-Perceptions, Mindset and Willingness to Communicate
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    Chapter 22 Criteria for Motivational Technology-Enhanced Language Learning Activities
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    Chapter 23 Future Considerations Concerning Technology and the Psychology of Second Language Learners and Users
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Title
Technology and the Psychology of Second Language Learners and Users
Published by
Springer International Publishing, March 2020
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-34212-8
ISBNs
978-3-03-034211-1, 978-3-03-034212-8
Editors

Freiermuth, Mark R., Zarrinabadi, Nourollah

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