Christopher J Hall
Christopher J Hall
Professor of Applied Linguistics, York St John University
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The automatic cognate form assumption: Evidence for the parasitic model of vocabulary development
CJ Hall
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 40 (2), 69-87, 2002
Mapping applied linguistics: A guide for students and practitioners
CJ Hall, PH Smith, R Wicaksono
Routledge, 2011
Morphology and mind: A unified approach to explanation in linguistics
CJ Hall
Routledge, 1992
Parasitism as a default mechanism in L3 vocabulary acquisition
CJ Hall, P Ecke
The multilingual lexicon, 71-85, 2003
Integrating diachronic and processing principles in explaining the suffixing preference
CJ Hall
Explaining Language Universals, 321-349, 1988
Learners' implicit assumptions about syntactic frames in new L3 words: The role of cognates, typological proximity, and L2 status
CJ Hall, D Newbrand, P Ecke, U Sperr, V Marchand, L Hayes
Language learning 59 (1), 153-202, 2009
Cognitive contributions to plurilithic views of English and other languages
CJ Hall
Applied linguistics 34 (2), 211-231, 2013
An introduction to language and linguistics: breaking the language spell
CJ Hall
Continuum, 2005
Moving beyond accuracy: From tests of English to tests of ‘Englishing’
CJ Hall
Elt Journal 68 (4), 376-385, 2014
Tracking tip-of-the-tongue states in a multilingual speaker: Evidence of attrition or instability in lexical systems?
P Ecke, CJ Hall
International journal of bilingualism 17 (6), 734-751, 2013
Lexikalische Fehler in Deutsch als Drittsprache. Translexikalischer Einfluss auf drei Ebenen der mentalen Repräsentation
P Ecke, CJ Hall
Deutsch als Fremdsprache 37 (1), 30-36, 2000
English reconceived: Raising teachers' awareness of English as a ‘plurilithic’ resource through an online course
CJ Hall, R Wicaksono, S Liu, Y Qian, X Xiaoqing
British Council ELT Research Papers, 2013
Making the Right Connections: Vocabulary Learning and the Mental Lexicon.
CJ Hall
Exploring teachers' ontologies of English: Monolithic conceptions of grammar in a group of Chinese teachers
CJ Hall, R Wicaksono, S Liu, Y Qian, X Xu
International Journal of Applied Linguistics 1 (27), 87-109, 2017
Countability in world Englishes
CJ Hall, D Schmidtke, J Vickers
World Englishes 32 (1), 1-22, 2013
Cognitive perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca
CJ Hall
The Routledge Handbook of English as a Lingua Franca, 74-84, 2017
Complimenting in Mexican Spanish: Developing grammatical and pragmatic competence
G Nelson, CJ Hall
Spanish Applied Linguistics 3 (1), 91-121, 1999
Educators’ beliefs about English and languages beyond English: From ideology to ontology and back again
CJ Hall, C Cunningham
Linguistics and Education 57, 100817, 2020
The parasitic model of L2 and L3 vocabulary acquisition: evidence from naturalistic and experimental studies
P Ecke, CJ Hall
Fórum Linguístico 11 (3), 360-372, 2014
Tres niveles de la representación mental: Evidencia de errores léxicos en estudiantes de un tercer idioma [Three levels of mental representation: Evidence from lexical errors …
P Ecke, CJ Hall
Estudios de Lingüística Aplicada 33, 13-30, 1998
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