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Measuring implicit and explicit knowledge in second language research. / Rebuschat, Patrick.

In: Language Learning, Vol. 63, No. 3, 09.2013, p. 595–626.

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Rebuschat, Patrick. / Measuring implicit and explicit knowledge in second language research. In: Language Learning. 2013 ; Vol. 63, No. 3. pp. 595–626.

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abstract = "This article reviews three types of measures which have been widely used in psychological research to assess the conscious or unconscious status of knowledge: retrospective verbal reports, direct and indirect tests, and subjective measures. The goal is to make these techniques available to a wide audience of second language (L2) researchers and to offer suggestions for their sound use in order to promote the study of implicit L2 learning. Each section begins with a brief definition of what it means to have acquired unconscious (implicit) knowledge according to the measure in question. This is followed by a description of representative studies that illustrate how the technique has been used and by a discussion of its limitations. Each section concludes with specific guidelines on how to apply the respective measure to the investigation of implicit and explicit L2 learning.",
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