Volume 1, June 2019
Edited by Jo Mynard, Imelda K. Brady, and Sarah Mercer
Introduction to Volume 1
George Herbert Mead and the Psychology of Language Learning
Psychology and Language Learning: The Past, the Present and the Future
Willingness to Communicate in L2: Persons’ Emerging Capacity to Participate in Acts of Meaning Making with One Another
Thoughts on the Launching of a New Journal: A Complex Dynamic Systems Perspective
Methodological Diversity in Emotions Research: Reflexivity and Identities
Motivation and the Support of Significant Others across Language Learning Contexts
Book Review: Positive Psychology Perspectives on Foreign Language Learning and Teaching. Edited Collection by Danuta Gabryś-Barker and Dagmara Galajda.
JOURNAL FOR THE PSYCHOLOGY OF
The Journal for the Psychology of Language Learning is an online, open access, peer reviewed, annual publication. The goal of the journal is to share high quality research related to the psychological aspects of language learning and teaching.