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  McLoughlin David Anselm
   School of Global Japanese Studies
   Associate Professor
■ Books and Papers
1. Book Attribution theory as an advising tool. In J. Mynard & L. Carson (Eds.) Advising in language learning: Dialogue, tools and context. Harlow: Longman. (Sole-authored) 2012/04
2. Book The portfolio: A practical tool for advising language learners in a self-access centre in Mexico. In J. Mynard & L. Carson (Eds.) Advising in language learning: Dialogue, tools and context. Harlow: Longman. (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2012/04
3. Book Attribution theory and motivation. In C.J. Everhard, J. Mynard & R. Smith (Eds.), Autonomy in language learning: Opening a can of worms (pp.118-122). Canterbury, UK: IATEFL. (Sole-authored) 2011/10
4. Paper The Importance of Affective Factors in Self-Access Language Learning Courses. (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2011/06
5. Paper Reflections on the Second Year of the SGJS English Language Program at Meiji University. (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2011/03
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2010/01/30 The Role of Causal Attributions in Learner Motivation. (Thai TESOL 2010.)
2. 2009/01/05 Japanese University Students’ Causal Attributions for Success and Failure in Learning English. (Hawaii International Conference on Education 2009.)
3. 2008/04/10 Good Language Learners: Motivation and Beyond Symposium. (IATEFL 2008)
4. 2007/07/21 Computer-mediated communication (CMC) in the language classroom. ("Okayama JALT Chapter Conference, July 2007.")
5. 2006/06/20 Models for assessing the presence of higher-order thinking in online discussions. (JALTCALL Conference 2006.)
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