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Name: Martin  R.  Gitterman
Institution: City University of New York
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: NY
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Phonetics
Sociolinguistics
Neurolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
French
Selected Publications: Selected Publications

Books:
Gitterman, M. 2011. Teaching Speech to English Language Learners: A Theoretical and Practical Focus. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Gitterman, M., M. Goral, and L. Obler (Eds.). 2012. Aspects of Multilingual Aphasia. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Articles/Book Chapters:
Gitterman, M. and L. Sies. 1992. Nonbiological determinants of the organization of language in the brain: A comment on Hu, Qiou, and Zhong. Brain and Language 43: 162-165.
Gitterman, M. 1996. Improving the pronunciation of English as a second language (ESL) students. The Speech Communication Teacher 10 (4): 5-6.
Gitterman, M. 1999. The critical period: Some thoughts on Grinshaw et al. (1998). Brain and Language 66: 377-381.
Gitterman, M. 2005. Aphasia in multilingual populations. In M. Ball (Ed.), Clinical Sociolinguistics (pp. 219-229). Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishing.
Gitterman, M. 2006. Thoughts on teaching pronunciation. As We Speak 3 (2).
Gitterman, M. 2013. Language varieties: Challenges in educational and clinical settings: In T. Le and Q. Le (Eds.), Conducting Research in a Changing and Challenging World (pp. 201-212). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Reviews:
Gitterman, M. 2006. A review of: Garcia, E. 2005. Teaching and Learning in Two Languages: Bilingualism and Schooling in the United States. Language, Society and Culture (19).
Gitterman, M. 2013. A review of: Francis, N. 2012. Bilingual Competence and Bilingual Proficiency in Child Development. The Modern Language Journal 97: 1003-1004.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Aspects of Multilingual Aphasia
Courses Taught: Selected Undergraduate Courses:
Articulatory Phonetics
Introduction to Linguistics
Bilingualism
Fundamentals of Oral Communication

Selected Graduate Courses:
Language and Linguistics
Phonetics of American English
Studies in the Neurolinguistics of Bilingualism
Seminar in Educational / Urban Linguistics
Dissertation Director * of: Lexical Access and Language Proficiency of Trilingual Speakers
(Mira Goral, Author)
Reviewer of: Pronunciation Fundamentals (LL Issue 27.1634)
Language in Education (LL Issue 25.3799)
Understanding Language Use in the Classroom (LL Issue 26.728)

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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