Her scientific interests lie mostly in Linguistics and Cognitive psychology. She merges First language with Linguistics in her study.
Vivian Cook conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Linguistics and Terminology through her works. Vivian Cook combines topics linked to Determiner phrase with her work on Natural language processing. Vivian Cook undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Determiner phrase and Noun phrase in her work. She carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Noun phrase and Noun. She combines topics linked to Natural language processing with her work on Noun. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Language acquisition and Developmental linguistics through her research. As part of her studies on Developmental linguistics, Vivian Cook often connects relevant subjects like Comprehension approach. Comprehension approach connects with themes related to Second-language attrition in her study. While working on this project, she studies both Second-language attrition and Second-language acquisition.
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Second language learning and language teaching
Going Beyond the Native Speaker in Language Teaching
Vivian J. Cook.
TESOL Quarterly (1999)
Using the First Language in the Classroom
Canadian Modern Language Review-revue Canadienne Des Langues Vivantes (2001)
Chomsky's Universal Grammar: An Introduction
V. J. Cook;Mark Newson.
Linguistics and second language acquisition
Evidence for Multicompetence
Vivian J. Cook.
Language Learning (1992)
The poverty-of-the-stimulus argument and multicompetence
Second Language Research (1991)
Portraits of the L2 User
Language Acquisition (2002)
Effects of the second language on the first
V. J. Cook.
Language Acquisition (2003)
Basing Teaching on the L2 User
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