Stimulated Recall Methodology in Applied Linguistics and L2 Research provides researchers and students in second language acquisition and applied linguistics with the only how-to guide on using stimulated recalls in their research practice. This new edition expands on the scope of the previous edition, walking readers step-by-step through a range of studies in applied linguistics in order to demonstrate the history of stimulated recalls and their efficacy as a data collection tool. With its exclusive focus on stimulated recalls, coverage of the most up-to-date research studies, and pedagogically rich text design, Stimulated Recall Methodology in Applied Linguistics and L2 Research supplies researchers and students with the practical skills to elicit richer data in their own research.
Table of Contents
Chapter One: Introduction to Introspective Methods
Chapter Two: Introspection and L2 Research
Chapter Three: Characterization of Stimulated Recall
Chapter Four: Data Analysis
Chapter Five: Using Stimulated Recall as an Additional Data Source
Chapter Six: Limitations
Susan M. Gass is University Distinguished Professor in the Department of Linguistics and Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages at Michigan State University, USA.
Alison Mackey is Professor in the Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University, USA.