LINGUIST List 18.1948|
Thu Jun 28 2007
Qs: Perception and Expression of Emotions
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Perception and Expression of Emotions
Message 1: Perception and Expression of Emotions
From: Katarzyna Ozanska-Ponikwia <orzannainteria.pl>
Subject: Perception and Expression of Emotions
I'm a PhD student at Birkbeck College, University of London and I'm in the
process of getting the data for my research ' Perception and expression of
emotions by bilinguals and second language users'. I concentrate on Polish
bilinguals, second language users and monolinguals that live both in Poland
and in English speaking countries. So, if you are Polish or you happen to
know any Polish people I would appreciate if you could fill in an online
questionnaire (takes 30 minutes, it's anonymous and in Polish) or circulate
that among your friends : http://www.testykasi.prv.pl
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