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Chinese Language Learning Sciences

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2520-1727

ISSN ELECTRONIC

2520-1719

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This book series investigates several critical issues embedded in fundamental, technical, and applied research in the field of Chinese as second language (CSL) learning and teaching, including learning mechanism in the brain, technology application for teaching, learning and assessment. The book series discusses these issues from the perspectives of science (evidence-based approach) and technology.The studies in the book series uses the methods from the fields of linguistics (such as corpus linguistics and computational linguistics), psychological and behavioural sciences (such as experimental design and statistical analyses), informational technology (such as information retrieval and natural language processing) and brain sciences (such as neuroimaging and neurolinguistics).The book series generally covers three main interdisciplinary themes: (1) fundamental investigation of Chinese as a first or second language acquisition, (2) development in Chinese language learning technology, and (3) applied research on Chinese language education. More specifically, the book series involves seven research topics:- language transfer mechanism in Chinese as a second language - factors of Chinese as a second language acquisition in childhood- cultural influence on Chinese acquisition- information technology, corpus- teaching material design- teaching strategies and teacher training- learning models- assessment methodsSeries Editors:Cheng, Chin-chuan, University of Illinois & Academia Sinica & National Taiwan Normal University Chang, Kuo-En, National Taiwan Normal UniversityExecutive Editors: Sung, Yao-ting, National Taiwan Normal University, TaiwanLi, Ping, Pennsylvania State University, USAEditorial Board:Chu-Ren Huang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, ChinaYen-Hui Audrey Li, University of Southern California, USAChin-Hui Lee, Georgia Institute of Technology, USACatherine McBride-Chang, Chinese University of Hong Kong, ChinaBrian MacWhinney, Carnegie Mellon University, USACharles Perfetti, University of Pittsburgh, USAAlain Peyraube, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, FranceLi-Hai Tan, University of Hong Kong, ChinaOvid Jyh-Lang Tzeng, Academia Sinica, TaiwanWilliam Shi-Yuan Wang, Chinese University of Hong Kong, ChinaJo?l Bellassen, Minist?re de l'?ducation nationale & Institut national des langues et civilizations orientales, FrancePlease contact Lawrence Liu (e-mail: Lawrence.Liu@springer.com) for submitting book proposals for this series.

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