|aThe changing English language :|bpsycholinguistic perspectives /|cedited by Marianne Hundt, Sandra Mollin, Simone E. Pfenninger.
|aCambridge, United Kingdom :|bCambridge University Press, |c2017
|axix, 410 pages : |billustrations ; |c24 cm
|aStudies in English language
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|a"Easily accessible, the book features chapters by psycholinguists presenting cutting edge research on core factors and processes, and develops a model of how this may be involved in language change. Each chapter is complemented with one or several case study in the history of the English language in which the psycholinguistic factor in question may be argued to have played a decisive role. Thus, for the first time, a single volume provides a platform for an integrated exchange between psycholinguistics and historical linguistics on the question of how language changes over time"--|cProvided by publisher.