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Using ERPs and eye-tracking to study language learning and processing in adult learners.

In an increasingly global environment, both within the US and abroad, the ability to rapidly gain native-like linguistic competence is a critical asset. The ability to use an L2 in a way that is both expected and recognized by its native speakers is important both to the broad public, and to specific sectors, such as military personnel, that must develop native-like competence in a foreign language in a limited amount of time. The studies conducted under this IRB protocol will examine how learners/speakers of a second language acquire and process multi-word units (e.g., carry a business; run a store) in their second language, and how knowledge from the first language might influence the learning and processing of multi-word units in a second language.
Manuel Pulido at mfp149@psu.edu
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18 year(s) or older
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Inclusion Criteria:
Be a native speaker of English or Spanish
Not fluent in other languages
No history of neurological or language disorders
Normal or normal-to-corrected vision
Right-handed
Exclusion Criteria:
Native speaker of a language different from English or Spanish
Older than 40 years old
Left-handed or ambidextrous
A history of neurological disorders or language disorders
Language & Linguistics, Education
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State College, PA