book aims to review the work done in psychology and linguistics on
language processing and to relate it to the learning of a second
language. It is aimed at the student language teacher who will also be
studying aspects of linguistics such as phonology alongside
psychological theories and theories of language learning.
It is an attempt to pull together the two disciplines with a specific focus on the second language learner.
It will also be of interest to postgraduate students in off ering them a wide variety of sources for further research.