John H. Schumann

Affiliations: 
Applied Linguistics and TESL University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Second language acquisition, neurolinguistics
Website:
http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/teslal/jschumann/
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Stella de Bode grad student 1996- UCLA (Neurotree)
Robert A. Agajeenian grad student 2001 UCLA
Namhee Lee grad student 2003 UCLA
Donald F. Favareau grad student 2004 UCLA
Emily J. Goldknopf grad student 2006 UCLA
Christopher J. Koenig grad student 2008 UCLA
Andrea W. Mates grad student 2009 UCLA
Lisa M. Mikesell grad student 2009 UCLA
Amy L. Hubbard grad student 2002-2009 UCLA
Emre Guvendir grad student 2011 UCLA
Patricia A. Turner grad student 2012 UCLA
Gail F. Adams grad student 2014 UCLA
Laura Amador grad student 2014 UCLA
Mai-Han Nguyen grad student 2014 UCLA
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Schumann JH. (2013) Societal Responses to Adult Difficulties in L2 Acquisition: Toward an Evolutionary Perspective on Language Acquisition Language Learning. 63: 190-209
Schumann JH. (2012) Applied Linguistics and the Neurobiology of Language The Oxford Handbook of Applied Linguistics, (2 Ed.)
Lee N, Mikesell L, Joaquin ADL, et al. (2009) The Interactional Instinct: The Evolution and Acquisition of Language The Interactional Instinct: the Evolution and Acquisition of Language. 1-256
Schumann JH. (2007) A linguistics for the evolution and neurobiology of language Journal of English Linguistics. 35: 278-287
Burgin M, Schumann JH. (2006) Three levels of the symbolosphere Semiotica. 160: 185-202
Schumann JH. (2006) Summing up: Some themes in the cognitive neuroscience of second language acquisition Language Learning. 56: 313-319
Gullberg M, Indefrey P, Schumann JH. (2006) Language Learning: Foreword Language Learning. 56: vii-viii
Logan RK, Schumann JH. (2005) The symbolosphere, conceptualization, language, and neo-dualism Semiotica. 155: 201-214
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