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Akifumi Yanagisawa
Akifumi Yanagisawa
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The effects of repetition on incidental vocabulary learning: A meta‐analysis of correlational studies
T Uchihara, S Webb, A Yanagisawa
Language learning 69 (3), 559-599, 2019
2642019
How do different forms of glossing contribute to L2 vocabulary learning from reading? A meta-regression analysis
A Yanagisawa, S Webb, T Uchihara
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 42 (2), 411-438, 2020
942020
How effective are intentional vocabulary‐learning activities? A meta‐analysis
S Webb, A Yanagisawa, T Uchihara
The Modern Language Journal 104 (4), 715-738, 2020
842020
To what extent does the involvement load hypothesis predict incidental L2 vocabulary learning? A meta‐analysis
A Yanagisawa, S Webb
Language Learning 71 (2), 487-536, 2021
622021
Measuring depth of vocabulary knowledge
A Yanagisawa, S Webb
The Routledge handbook of vocabulary studies, 371-386, 2019
402019
Involvement load hypothesis plus: Creating an improved predictive model of incidental vocabulary learning
A Yanagisawa, S Webb
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 44 (5), 1279-1308, 2022
312022
How effective is second language incidental vocabulary learning? A meta-analysis
S Webb, T Uchihara, A Yanagisawa
Language Teaching 56 (2), 161-180, 2023
212023
The Effects of Receptive and Productive Word Retrieval Practice on Second Language Vocabulary Learning
A Yanagisawa
KATE journal 30, 139-152, 2016
62016
Learning new verbs with known cue words: The relative effects of noun and adverb cues
K Kasahara, A Yanagisawa
Language Teaching Research 28 (1), 138-155, 2024
12024
Lessons from Western’s symposium on teaching and learning vocabulary in another language
T Uchihara, A Yanagisawa
Retrieved December, 2019
12019
Input Processing and Intentional Vocabulary Acquisition
A Yanagisawa
The Routledge Handbook of Second Language Acquisition and Input Processing, 2024
2024
How can we Predict Incidental L2 Vocabulary Learning? A Meta-Analytic Examination of the Involvement Load Hypothesis
A Yanagisawa
The University of Western Ontario (Canada), 2020
2020
To what extent do glosses contribute to vocabulary learning? A meta-regression analysis
A Yanagisawa, T Uchihara
2019 conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 2019
2019
Frequency of Encounters and Incidental Vocabulary Learning: A Meta-Analysis
T Uchihara, A Yanagisawa
2019 conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 2019
2019
To be published in Language Learning (Wiley-Blackwell): To What Extent Does the Involvement Load Hypothesis Predict Incidental L2 Vocabulary Learning? A Meta‐Analysis
A Yanagisawa, S Webb
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