A Literature Review on Individual Differences in Second Language Acquisition

Yilun Yang, Liping Chen

Abstract


There are many factors influencing second language acquisition, such as learner external factors including social factors, the input of second language acquisition and the relationship between acquisition; internal factors including the transfer of language, cognition of second language and language universals, etc, which influence the psychological factors of learner's second language; individual differences include some factors in physiological emotion, cognition, and learning strategies. This article is to explore the role of learners in second language acquisition from the perspective of individual differences (age, aptitude, learning motivation).


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijl.v10i6.14007

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