Schmid/Hopp AHRC-DFG Case for Support – references

AHRC-DFG Application “Frequency and rules in lexicon and grammar – Bilingual development and linguistic knowledge” – Prof Monika S. Schmid & Prof. Holger Hopp
Full list of references cited in Case for Support
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Schmid, M. S., & Hopp, H. (2014). Comparing foreign accent in L1 attrition and L2 acquisition: Range and rater effects. Language Testing, 31(3), 367-388.

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