Applying pause analysis to explore cognitive processes in the copying of sentences by second language users

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Zulkifli, Putri Afzan Maria Binti;
(2013)
  • Subject: P0101 | BF0309

Pause analysis is a method that investigates processes of writing by measuring the amount of time between pen strokes. It provides the field of second language studies with a means to explore the cognitive processes underpinning the nature of writing. This study examine... View more
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