The 2016 Lexical Studies conference took place on 9th -11th March, at St Michael’s College in Cardiff. A final programme for this conference can be found here and a book of abstracts can be found here.
|Emma Marsden, University of York|
Open science, pre-registration and multi-site replication in SLA research: A case study investigating attention to form during comprehension in Spanish L2
(Thursday 10th March, 10.00-11.00)
|Kevin Donnelly, Free Software developer and CorCenCC project consultant|
|What’s the point of linguists?
(Thursday 10th March, 16.15-17.00)
|Paul Rayson, Lancaster University|
|Speeding up the development of multilingual semantic lexicons
(Friday 11th March, 15.00-16.00)
|2 December (12.10-1pm in room 0.36 John Percival Building)||Irina Elgort (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)Effects of two types of elaboration on contextual word learning in English as a second language by Chinese and Dutch speakers|
|1 December(11.10-12pm in room 1.31 John Percival Building)||John Racine (Dokkyo University, Japan and Cardiff University, UK)Cognitive Processes and Priming in L2 Word Association|
|28 October (4.30-5.30 in room 3.66 John Percival Building)||Andrés Canga Alonso (La Rioja University, Spain)Lexical Availability|
|15 October (12.00-1pm in room 1.45 John Percival Building)||Ahlam Bouirane (PhD student in Setif University, Algeria)The Role of Integrating Various Patterns of Activity Sequencing in Promoting Vocabulary Knowledge|
The programme for the Centre for Language and Communication research seminar series for 2015-2016 can be found here.