Language and the Human Lifespan (LHLS)
Aims and Scope
De Gruyter Mouton and the American Psychological Association (APA) are partnering to co-publish an exciting new book series entitled Language and the Human Lifespan [LHLS]. The volumes in this series feature the best contemporary research on topics where psychology and language intersect. Individual volumes explore the theories, methods, and practices of language acquisition, psycholinguistics, culture and emotion, infant and child development, bilingualism, aging, and more. Each volume has chapters written by both psychologists and linguists. The volume editors are also chosen from both disciplines. The series is essential for all who work in or are interested in the porous disciplinary boundaries of psychology and linguistics. The prestige and reach of the APA and De Gruyter Mouton publishing programs represent a combination of leading-edge scholarship and world-wide coverage in all media.
- DE GRUYTER MOUTON
- Entrenchment and the Psychology of Language Learning (2016) Ed. by Schmid, Hans-Jörg
- Research Methods in Language Acquisition (2016)
- Innovative Investigations of Language in Autism Spectrum Disorder (2016) Ed. by Naigles, Letitia
- Bilingualism Across the Lifespan (2016) Ed. by Nicoladis, Elena / Montanari, Simona