Language Attrition Research Archive
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FIRST LANGUAGE ATTRITION


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Al Arishi, Ali Yahya. (1994) Language Attrition of Saudi ESL- and EFL- Trained Teachers: Articles and Prepositions.In. Journal of King Saud University. Educational Sciences & Islamic Studies. Volume 6, No 2. (1994/1414),1-19.

Allard, Réal & Rodrigue Landry (1992) Ethnolinguistic vitality beliefs and language maintenance and loss. In W. Fase et al. (eds.). Maintenance and loss of minority languages, 171-195.f

Altenberg, Evelyn P. (1991) Assessing first language vulnerability to attrition. In Herbert.W. Seliger & Robert M. Vago (eds.). First language attrition, 189-206. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Altenberg, Evelyn P. and Vago, Robert M. (2004) The role of gramatically judgements in investigating first language attrition:a cross disciplinary perspective. In 'First Language Attrition:Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Methodological Issues, Monika S. Schmid, Barbara Kopke, Merel Keijzer and Lina Weilemar (eds.) 105-29. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Ammerlaan, Antonius A. (1986) First language attrition on second language environment. Second Language Acquisition Workshop, Sydney: University of Sydney.

Ammerlaan, Antonius A. (1987) Attrition and interlanguage development. Explaining Interlanguage Development Workshop. Melbourne: La Trobe University.

Ammerlaan, Antonius A. (1990a) Linguistic variables in L1 attrition, Combined ALAA/ALS Conference. Sydney: Macquarie University (in Conference Abstracts, 49).

Ammerlaan, Antonius A. (1990b October / 1990c, November) Reasons for language loss amongst the Dutch I / II, Dutch Courier, 12-13 / 16-17.

Ammerlaan, Antonius A. (1991) Testing linguistic variables in first language attrition. In F. Lovejoy (ed.), Studies in language loss, 20-41.

Ammerlaan, Antonius A. (1993) Taalverlies onder Nederlandse emigranten. Newsletter Australia 3.3, 3-5.

Ammerlaan, T., M. Hulsen, et al., Eds. (2001) Sociolinguistic and Psycholinguistic Perspectives on Maintenance and Loss of Minority Languages. Münster/New York/München/Berlin, Waxmann.

Ammerlaan, Tom (1996) 'you get a bit wobbly...'-Exploring bilingual lexical retrieval process in the context of first language attrition. Ph.D. thesis, Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen.

Andersen, Roger W. (1982) Determining the linguistic attributes of language attrition. In R.D. Lambert & B.F. Freed (eds.). The loss of language skills, 83-118.

Anderson, R. (1999) Noun phrase gender agreement in language attrition. Preliminary results. Bilingual Research Journal No.23, 238-243

Appel, René & Pieter Muysken (1987) Language loss. In R. Appel & P. Muysken. Language contact and bilingualism, London: Edward Arnold, 42-45.

Armon-Lotem, S (2000) “Language Attrition: Why Are Resumptive Pronouns so Susceptible?” In Proceedings of the 24th Annual BUCLD, edited by, S. Catherine Howell, S. A. Fish, and T. Keith-Lucas, 58–67. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla.

Badstübner, Tina. (2011) L1 attrition: German immigrants in the U.S. PhD dissertation, University of Arizona at Tuscon.

Bahrick, Harry P., L.K. Hall, J.P. Goggin, L.E. Bahrick & S.A. Berger (1994) Fifty years of language maintenance and language dominance in bilingual Hispanic immigrants. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 123, 264-283.

Baladzhaeva, L. (2013) L1 attrition without L2 acquisition: a case of Russian-speaking immigrants in Israel. MA dissertation, University of Haifa, Haifa.

Beganovic, Jasminka. (2006) First language attrition and syntactic subjects: a study of Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian intermediate and advanced speakers in Dutch. M.A. thesis, University of Edinburugh

Ben-Rafael, M. & Schmid, M. S. (2007) Language Attrition and Ideology: two groups of immigrants in Israel. In: Köpke, B., Schmid, M. S., Keijzer, M., and Dostert, S., editors, Language Attrition: theoretical perspectives, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 205-26.

Ben-Rafael, Miriam. (2004) Language contact and attrition. The spoken French of Israeli francophones. In 'First Language Attrition: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Methodological Issues', Monika S.Schmid, Barbara Kopke, Merel Kijzer and Lina Weilemar (eds). 164-87. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Berman, Ruth (1979) The re-emergence of a bilingual: A case study of a Hebrew-English speaking child. Working Papers on Bilingualism, 19, 157-180.

Bettoni, Camilla (1985) Italian language attrition: A Sydney case study. In M. Clyne (ed.), Australia, meeting place of languages, Pacific Linguistics, Canberra: ANU, C/92:63-79.

Bettoni, Camilla (1986) Italian language attrition in Sydney: the role of birth order. In C. Bettoni (ed.). Altro Polo - Italian abroad: Studies on language contact in English-speaking countries. Sydney: University of Sydney, 61-85.

Bettoni, Camilla (1989) Language loss among Italians in Australia: A summary of current research. ITL Review of Applied Linguistics 83-84, 37-50.

Bettoni, Camilla (1990) Italian language attrition in Sydney: The role of dialect. In M.A.K. Halliday et al. (eds.). Learning, keeping, and using language, Vol. II. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 75-89.

Bettoni, Camilla & John Gibbons (1987) Italian speakers in Australia: Creative in practice but traditional in attitudes. ARAL S/4, 66-80.

Birdsong, David. (2006) Age and second language acquistion and processing: a selective overview. 'Language Learning' 56(s1):9-49.

Block, David (2008) On the Appropriateness of the Metaphor of LOSS. In Peter K.W. Tan and Rani Rubdy (Eds.), Language as Commodity: Global Structures, Local Marketplaces. London: Continuum, 186-203.

Bolonyai, A., & Dutkova-Cope, L. (2001) L1 attrition of verbal morphology in bilingual children and adults. In X. Bonch-Bruevich, W. J. Crawford, J. Hellermann, C. Higgins, & H. Nguyen (Eds.), The past, present, and future of second language research (pp.104︲123). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla.

Bolonyai, Agnes (1998) In-between languages: Language shift/maintenance in childhood bilingualism. International Journal of Bilingualism 2:21-43.

Bolonyai, Agnes (1999) The hidden dimensions of language contact: The case of Hungarian-English bilingual children. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of South Carolina, Columbia.

Bolonyai, Agnes (2000) "Elective affinities": Language contact in the abstract lexicon and its structural consequences. International Journal of Bilingualism, Vol.1, Number 1, 81-106.

Bolonyai, Agnes (2001) Definiteness agreement in Hungarian-English bilingual children. In Agnes Bolonyai and Ludmilla Dutkova-Cope (Chairs). Can spiders forget how to spin spider webs? Language attrition and some unresolved questions. Symposium conducted at the Third International Symposium on Bilingualism. Bristol, U.K.

Bolonyai. A., & Dutkova-Cope, L. (2001) L1 attrition of verbal morphology in bilingual children and adults. In X. Bonch-Bruevich, W. J. Crawford, J. Hellerman, C. Higgins and H. Nguyen (Eds.). The past, present and future of second language research (pp.104-123). Somerville. MA: Cascadilla.

Boyd, Sally (1986) Using the present to predict the future in language contact: The case of immigrant minority languages in Sweden. In Bert Weltens et al. (eds.), Language attrition in progress, 99-115.

Boyd, Sally & Paula Andersson (1988) Linguistic change among bilingual speakers of Finnish and American English in Sweden -- Background and some tentative findings. Version 3. Workshop on Maintenance and Loss of Ethnic Minority Languages, Noordwijkerhout, NL, mimeo.

Bravo de Urquía, Loreto (1994) Atrición y regresión. Problemas de merma lingüística. In R. Martín-Gaitero (ed.), V Encuentros Complutenses en torno a la traducción. Madrid: Editorial Complutense, 99-104.

Brewer, J. (2003) Language loss in Korean- American biracial/bicultural military families. Dissertation Abstracts International, 64 (5), 1499-1499A.

Buckley, Dominique (1988) First language attrition in additive bilinguals. MA thesis, Honolulu: Department of English as a Second Language, University of Hawaii.

Bullock, Barbara E &Gerfen, Chip. (2004) Frenchville French: A case study in Phonological Attrition

Bullock, Barbara E., Gerfen, Chip (2004) Frenchville French: A case study in phonological attrition, International Journal of Bilingualism, 8, 3, 303-320.

Burn, J.A. ; Crezee, I. ; Hastwell, K. ; Brugh, E. & Harison, R. (2014) ‘I study long, long time in my language, so I never forget it’: reading and first language maintenance. Intercultural Education, 2014, Vol.25(5), 377-390

Burnham, Denis K. (1986) Developmental loss of speech perception: Exposure to and experience with a first language. Applied Psycholinguistics 7, 207-240.

Bylund E., Abrahamsson N., Hyltenstam K. (2009) The role of language aptitude in first language attrition: the case of pre-pubescent attriters. Appl. Ling. 31 443–464. 10.1093/applin/amp059

Bylund Spangberg, Emanuel. (2009) Maturational constraints and first language attrition. 'Language Learning' 59(3): 687-715.

Bylund, E. (2008) Age Differences in First Language. Stockholm University PhD dissertation.

Bylund, E. (2009) Maturational constraints and first language attrition. In: Language Learning; 59(3): 687-715

Bylund, Emanuel, Abrahamsson Niclas and Hytenstam, Kenneth. (2010) The Role of Language Aptitude in First Language Attrition: The Case of pre-pubescent Attriters. 'Applied Linguistics', 31(3) 443-464.

Campbell, Camilla B. (1979) Lexical and semantic transference among first generation Italians: A North Queensland case-study. AUMLA 51, 29-39.

Campbell, Camilla B. (1980) Second Generation Australian Italian in Giru, North Queensland. ITL Review of Applied Linguistics 49-50, 5-22.Daswani, Chander J. (1985) Language attrition - The case of Indian Sindhi. In V.Z. Acson & R.L. Leed (eds.), For Gordon H. Fairbanks. Honolulu: University of Hawaii, 191-198.

Caporael, L. & G. Culbertson (1986) Verbal response modes of baby talk and other speech at institutions for the aged. Language & Communication 6, 1/2, 99-112.

Caramazza, A. & E.B. Zurif (eds.) (1978) Language acquisition and language breakdown: Parallels and divergencies. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.

Celata, C. & Cancila, J. (2010) Phonological attrition and perceptual decay: the consonant length feature in the Luchesse community in San Francisco (CA). International Journal of Bilingualism No.14(2), 185-209.

Chang, Charles B. (2010) First Language Phonetic Drift During Second Language Acquisition. PhD dissertation, Berkeley: University of California.

Chang, Yufen. (2012) First language attrition: an investigation of Taiwanese tones and tone Sandhi. PhD dissertation, Indiana University.

Cherciov, M (2013) Investigating the impact of attitude on first language attrition and second language acquisition from a Dynamic Systems Theory perspective. International Journal Of Bilingualism, 2013 Dec, Vol.17(6), pp.716-733

Cherciov, Mirela. (2011) Between acquisition and attrition: the dynamics between two languages in adult migrants' PhD dissertation, University of Toronto.

Clark, J. L. D. (1982) Measurement Considerations in Language Attrition Research. In: R. D. Lambert and B. F. Freed. (Eds.) The Loss of Language Skills. Rowley, Massachusetts, Newbury House: 138-154.

Cook, Vivian J. (2005) The changing L1 in the L2 user's mind. Plenary lecture presented at the 2nd International Conference on First Language Attrition, Amsterdam, August.

Crezee, Ineke H. M. (2008) I understand it well, but I cannot say it proper back: language use among older Dutch migrants in New Zealand. PhD dissertation, University of Auckland.

Cuza-Blanco, A. (2008) The L2 acquisition and L1 attrition of the interpretation and use of aspectual properties in Spanish among Englishspeaking L2 learners and long-term Spanish immigrants. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

D. Kimbrough Oller (2012) Billingual Language Development and Disorders in Spanish-English Speakers (second edition). Brian A. Goldstein, (ed).

Dastgoshadeh, A., & Jalilzadeh, K. (2011) Language Loss, Identity and English as an International Language. European Journal of Social sciences, 21(4), 659665.

Daswani, C.J. (1985) Language Attrition- The Case of Indian Sindhi. Oceanic Linguistics Special Publications. In. University of Hawai'i Press, No. 20,pp. 191-198.

Datta, H., Obler, L.K. & Shafer, V.L. (2007) Brain bases of first language attrition. International Symposium on Bilingualism, ISB6, Hamburg, 29 mai- 2 juin 2007

Davies, Alan (1986) Language loss and symbolic gain: The meaning of institutional maintenance. In Weltens et al. (eds.). Language attrition in progress, 117-127.

de Bode, Stella (1997) A neurobiological basis for SLA and first language attrition. 31st TESOL Annual Convention. Orlando, FL (in Conference Abstracts, 59).

de Bode, Stella. (1996) First language attrition: productive morphology disintergration and neurobiological support. A case study. M.A. thesis, California state Polytechnic University.

de Bot, K. (1999) Language attrition, competence loss, or performance loss. In B. Spillner (Ed.), Sprache und Politik, 63-35. Frankfurt/New York: Peter Lang.

de Bot, K. (2004) Special issue on language attrition. International Journal of Bilingualism, 8(3), 233︲237.

de Bot, K. and M. Hulsen (2002) Language Attrition: Tests, Self-Assessments and Perceptions. In V. Cook. Portraits of the L2 User. Clevedon/Buffalo/Toronto/Sydney, Multilingual Matters: 253-274.

de Bot, Kees (1990, September) Metalinguistic skills in Dutch immigrants in Australia. Combined ALAA/ALS Conference, Sydney: Macquarie University (in Conference Abstracts, 49).

de Bot, Kees (1996) Language loss. In H. Goebl, P.H. Nelde, Z. Stary & W. Wolck (eds.). Contact linguistics. An international handbook of contemporary research (pp. 579-585). Berlin/New York: Walter de Gruyter.

de Bot, Kees (1998) The psycholinguistics of language loss. In G. Extra, L. Verhoeven (eds.). Bilingualism and migration (pp. 345-361). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

de Bot, Kees (2000) Review of Emiko Yukawa: L1 Japanese Attrition and Regaining: Three Case Studies of Two Early Bilingual Children. Applied Linguistics 21(1):147-149.

de Bot, Kees (2001, April) Language attrition: Products, processes and perceptions. In Agnes Bolonyai and Ludmilla Dutkova-Cope (Chairs). Can spiders forget how to spin spider webs? Language attrition and some unresolved questions. Symposium conducted at the Third International Symposium on Bilingualism. Bristol, U.K.

de Bot, Kees & Bert Weltens (1991) Recapitulation, regression, and language loss. In Seliger and Vago (eds.), (pp. 31-52).

de Bot, Kees & Michael G. Clyne (1994) A 16-year longitudinal study of language attrition in Dutch immigrants in Australia. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 15(1), 17-28.

de Bot, Kees, & Toke Linsten (1986) Foreign-language proficiency in the ederly. In Weltens, de Bot, & Van Els (eds.), (pp. 131-141).

de Bot, Kees, & Toke Linsten (1989) Perception of own language proficiency by elderly adults. I.T.L. Review of Applied Linguistics 83, 51-61.

de Bot, Kees, Gommans, Paul and Rossing, Carola. (1991) L1 loss in an L2 environment:Dutch immigrants in France. In 'First Language Attrition', Herbert W.Seliger and Robert M.Vago (eds). 87-98. Cambridge University Press.

de Bot, Kees. (2007) Dynamic systems theory, lifespan development and language attrition. In Barbara Kopke, Monika S. Schmid, Merel Keijzer and Susan Dostert (Eds),'First Language Attrition: Theoretical Perspectives'. Amsterdam;Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

de Bot, Kees. (2008) Introduction: Second Language Development as a Dynamic Process. The Modern Language Journal 92(2): 166-178.

de Kellett, A. U. (2002) The recovery of a first language: A case study of an English/Spanish bilingual child. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 5(3), 162︲181.

de Leeuw, E. (2008) First language attrition of intonation in German immigrants to Anglophone Canada. In M. S. Schmid & E. de Leeuw (Organizers), ReN language attrition . Symposium conducted at the 15th World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Essen, Germany.

De Leeuw, E., Mennen, I., & Scobbie, J. M. (2013) Dynamic systems, maturational constraints and L1 phonetic attrition. International Journal of Bilingualism, 2013, Vol.17(6), pp.683-700

de Leeuw, E., Opitz, C. & Lubinska, D (2013) Dynamics of first language attrition across the lifespan introduction. International Journal Of Bilingualism, 2013 Dec, Vol.17(6), pp.667-674

de Leeuw, Esther. (2008) When your native language sounds foreign: a phonetic investigation into first language attrition. Ph.D. thesis, Queen Margaret University, Edinburugh.

Dewaele, Jean-Marc. (2004) Perceived language dominance and language preference for emotional speech: the implications for attrition research. In 'First Language Attrition: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Methodological Issues', Monika S. Schmid, Barbara Kopke, Merel Keijzer and Lina Weilemar (eds). 81-104. Amsterdam/Philidelphia: John Benjamins.

Dostert, Susan (2004) Sometimes I feel as if there's a big hole in my head where English used to be! — Attrition of L1 English, International Journal of Bilingualism, 8, 3, 383-387.

Dostert, Susan. (2009) Multilingualism, L1 attrition and the concept of 'native speaker'. PhD dissertation, Heinrich-Heine Universität Düsseldorf.

Dressler, W., U. (1991) The sociolinguistic and patholinguistic attrition of Breton phonology, morphology and morphonology. In H.W Seliger and R.M Vago (Eds.), First language attrition, 99-112. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dussias & Nuriua Sagarra (2001, April) The loss of parsing strategies by native Spanish speakers: Evidence from eye-movements. In Agnes Bolonyai and Ludmilla Dutkova-Cope (Chairs). Can spiders forget how to spin spider webs? Language attrition and some unresolved questions. Symposium conducted at the Third International Symposium on Bilingualism. Bristol, U.K.

Dussias, Paola E. (2004) Parsing a first language like a second: The erosion of L1 parsing strategies in Spanish-English Bilinguals, International Journal of Bilingualism, 8, 3, 355-371.

Dutkova, Lida (1997) Assessing child L1 and L2 narrative competence: Evidence for L1 attrition. In Dorit Kaufman & Lynne Hansen (Chairs) First and Second Language Attrition: Insights from Production Data. Symposium conducted at the AAAL Annual Conference, Orlando, FL (in Conference Abstracts, 77).

Dutkova, Lida (1998) Texas Czech: An ethnolinguistic study. Ph.D. dissertation. University of Arizona at Tucson..

Dutkova-Cope, Lida (2001, April) Agnes Bolonyai and Ludmilla Dutkova-Cope (Chairs). Can spiders forget how to spin spider webs? Language attrition and some unresolved questions. Symposium conducted at the Third International Symposium on Bilingualism. Bristol, U.K.

Ecke, Peter and Hall, Christopher J. (2012) Tracking tip-of-the-tongue states in a multilingual speaker: Evidence of attrition or instability in lexical systems? International Journal of Bilingualism. Published online, 9 August. http://ijb.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/08/09/1367006912454623.

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Ghaemyani, Iqbal (2001) First language attrition among Kurdish children in Tehran. M.A. thesis, Azad University of Sanandaj, Sanandaj, Kurdistan, Iran.

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Gurel, Ayse. (2002) Linguistic Characteristics of second language acquistion and first language attrition: Turkish overt versus null pronouns. Ph.D. thesis, McGill University Montreal.

Gurel, Ayse. (2004) Attrition in L1 competence: the case of Turkish. In 'First Language Attrition: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Methodological Issues', Monika S. Schmid, Barbara Kopke, Merel Keijzer and Lina Weilemar (eds). 225-42. Amsterdam/Philidelphia: John Benjamins.

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Halmari, Helena (2001, April) "I'm forgetting both": L1 attrition and codeswitching in Finnish-English contact. In Agnes Bolonyai and Ludmilla Dutkova-Cope (Chairs). Can spiders forget how to spin spider webs? Language attrition and some unresolved questions. Symposium conducted at the Third International Symposium on Bilingualism. Bristol, U.K.

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