The 31st Second Language Research Forum
Building Bridges Between Disciplines: SLA in Many Contexts
October 18-21, 2012

Student Travel Awards

We would like to congratulate the following students, whose abstracts received the highest ratings, and will receive a travel award in the amount of $250.

Elliot Collins (University of Washington) Neural dynamics of syntactic processing in intermediate and advanced second language learners: An electrophysiological study

Mark Conroy (University of New England, Australia) L2 structural priming of English passives and stranded prepositions

Melisa Dracos (The Pennsylvania State University) Working memory and training enhance morphological processing in beginning L2 learners

Stephen Fafulas (Indiana University) The Acquisition of Narrative Sentence Structure: An Exploration of Syntactic Development in L2 Spanish

Jui Namjoshi (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Effects of continuing linguistic input on the use of segmentation cues

Kyae-Sung Park (University of Hawaii) L1-English L2ers’ sensitivity to the Given-before-New Principle in Korean dative constructions

Tetyana Smotrova (The Pennsylvania State University) “Chin goes down; voice goes up:” Gesture in teaching L2 pronunciation

Megan Solon (Indiana University) The acquisition of future time expression by English-speaking learners of Spanish

Congratulations again on your achievement!