Statistical learning and second language literacy in Côte d’Ivoire

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  1. Joelle Hannon
  2. Élise Kouadio
  3. Hermann Akpé
  4. Fabrice Tanoh
  5. Axel Seri

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Description: A study of the link between statistical learning and childhood literacy, based on Arciuli & Simpson (2012) and Qi et al. (2019). Submitted as Stage 1 Registered Report to Language Learning special issue: "SLA for all? Reproducing SLA research in non-academic samples" https://osf.io/mp47b/

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Statistical learning (SL) is a widely employed experimental paradigm that does not directly depend on the participant’s knowledge of a language, but appears to predict language and literacy outcomes for children and adults. However, research linking SL and literacy has not addressed children who first learn to read in a second language acquisition context, a very common circumstance in primary edu...

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  • Three pilot experiments in statistical learning

    Zinszer, Hannon, Kouadio & 5 more
    Children around the world learn to read across radically different educational systems and communities. In the west African nation of Côte d’Ivoire, c...

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