Syntactic complexity measures as linguistic correlates of proficiency level in learner Russian
Klimov A., Kopotev M., Kisselev O.
Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2022
Language outcomes in Adults with a History of Institutionalization: Behavioral and Neurophysiological Characterization
, , et al., Scientific Reports 2019 Vol. 9 P. 1-13
Impoverished early care environments are associated with developmental deficits in children raised in institutional settings. Despite the accumulation of evidence regarding deficits in general cognitive functioning in this population, less is known about the impact of institutionalization on language development at the level of brain and behavior. We examined language outcomes in young adults and ...
Added: March 13, 2019
Language in individuals with left hemisphere tumors: Is spontaneous speech analysis comparable to formal testing?
, , et al., Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 2018 Vol. 40 No. 7 P. 722-732
Background: The relationship between spontaneous speech and formal language testing in people with brain tumors (gliomas) has been rarely studied. In clinical practice, formal testing is typically used, while spontaneous speech is less often evaluated quantitatively. However, spontaneous speech is quicker to sample and may be less prone to test/retest effects, making it a potential ...
Added: June 20, 2018
, , Journal of Research in Applied Linguistics 2019 Vol. 10 P. 64-79
The paper considers studying the perception and assessment of media content in the Russian-language social networks, analyzing the causes that affect the perception and distribution of network content. The importance of language learning and communication in Russian-language social networks, and problems of content effectiveness is determined by the growth in the number and activity of ...
Added: October 23, 2019