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The present paper presents two theoretical and research traditions concerning second language acquisition and use: psycholinguistic and sociocultural ones. It provides a historical overview of the field of psycholinguistics and second language acquisition studies since the 1950s with its more recent critiquefrom the representatives of the sociocultural developments in second language theory. The quantitative and qualitative research approaches in contemporary L2 applied linguistics studies aredoi:10.14746/n.2009.32.2 fatcat:nufwv5ixurdzrporurawwpgxvy