Review of Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching

Kadriye Aksoy

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Exploring Psychology in Language Learning and Teaching, Marion Williams, Sarah Mercer, and Stephen Ryan. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2016). ix+171 pp. ISBN: 978-0-19-442399-1 (pbk)

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psychology; language learning; teaching

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