Special issue on Native Language Perception in the context of multilingualism and language learning, open access journal Languages.
The guest editors are Esther de Leeuw, Olga Dmitrieva, Chiara Celata & Natalia Kartushina
The goal of this peer-reviewed special issue is to bring together the most current state-of-the-art work that explores the effects of additional languages on native language perception using a variety of methodologies and in a variety of multilingual populations. More information on this special issue can be found here.
The tentative submission dates are as follows:
– Notification of abstract acceptance: November 15, 2021
– Full manuscript submission deadline: May 15, 2022
Languages (ISSN 2226-471X) is an international, open access scholarly journal whose central concern is the promotion of understanding of the diverse aspects of the world’s languages along three dimensions: languages in space (including geopolitical, sociological, psychological, neurobiological and educational perspectives); languages in time (including evolutionary, real-time processing, acquisitional and life-span developmental perspectives); and languages in interaction (including perspectives from research on translation, language mixing, cross-language and cross-modal influences and cross-cultural communication).