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Communication strategies for linguistic problems in second language oral communication: A qualitative examination of 12 Korean university students
This qualitative study examines communication strategies (CS) for linguistic problems in second language (L2) oral communication, addressing two research questions: (a) What types of CS are used to manage linguistic problems ...
Comparison across the reference frame: Rotation of Galileo spaces with inconsistent objects. An example of comparison of use's perceptions and online legal policies
Clearly the choice of a reference frame has significant bearing on the result of any investigation, and choices of reference frames are of essential importance in science. But most researchers in cognitive and cultural ...
Cortical indices of picture name encoding times in fluent and stuttering adults
Speakers generate utterances through a system of psycholinguistic processes, including lexical selection, grammatical encoding, and phonological encoding. Efficiency in these processes facilitates verbal fluency. Since ...