Emma Marsden, Director of NCELP, spoke at the AAAL (American Association for Applied Linguistics) 2019 Conference, 9-12 March 2019.

In her plenary, she described and reflected on several open science initiatives being developed and used within applied linguistics, such as IRIS (Instruments for Research in Second Languages), OASIS (Open Accessible Summaries in Language Studies), the Centre for Open Science, pre-registered multi-site replication (Morgan-Short et al., 2018), and Registered Reports (Marsden et al., 2018b).

Preview the abstract: Open Science and Applied Linguistics: Where are we, and where are we heading? Emma Marsden, University of York

Emma also presented the following papers at the conference:

  • Teaching learners to process morphosyntactic cues: Active and passive voice in second language English. Sophie Thompson and Emma Marsden
  • Developing and validating a test of language analytic ability for young foreign language learners. Rowena Kasprowicz and Emma Marsden

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