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Mon Aug 31 2009

Qs: Behavior-Genetics Studies of L2 Acquisition

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        1.    Brian Byrne, Behavior-Genetics Studies of L2 Acquisition

Message 1: Behavior-Genetics Studies of L2 Acquisition
Date: 28-Aug-2009
From: Brian Byrne <bbyrneune.edu.au>
Subject: Behavior-Genetics Studies of L2 Acquisition
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As an informal group working on genetically-sensitive studies of second
language acquisition, we're interested to hear about other individuals or
groups conducting or planning similar studies. We're interested in part
because of the possibility of organizing a conference in two years' time
to present the results of such research. We know of work in Australia,
the TEDS group, and the Netherland Twins Register. Contact Brian Byrne.
Thanks,

Brian Byrne
Professor of Psychology
University of New England
Armidale NSW 2351
Australia
Phone +612 6773 2370
Fax +612 6773 3820

Linguistic Field(s): Anthropological Linguistics
                            Applied Linguistics
                            Cognitive Science

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