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Name: Cristina  Sanz (IPA: kristina sans)
Institution: Georgetown University
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://www.georgetown.edu/faculty/sanzc
State and/or Country: DC
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): Spanish
Language Family(ies): Romance
Selected Publications: •(2005) Mind and Context in Adult Second Language Acquisition. Georgetown University Press.

•(2000) Guest Editor of Spanish Applied Linguistics 4 (2), a special volume titled “Cognition & Spanish Bilinguals.”

•(2000) Spanish Applied Linguistics at the Turn of the Millenium. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press. (With R.P. Leow)

•2004 Positive Evidence vs. Explicit Rule Presentation and Explicit Negative Feedback: A Computer-Assisted Study. Language Learning, 54:1. (With Kara Morgan-Short)

•2004 L’estat de la recerca sobre l’adquisició de terceres llengües a Catalunya. Caplletra, 36, a Monographic volume on Language Acquisition.

•2003. Computer Delivered Implicit vs. Explicit Feedback in Processing Instruction. In Bill VanPatten (Ed.) Processing Instruction. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum

•2000. Bilingual education enhances third language acquisition: Evidence from Catalonia. Applied Psycholinguistics, 21: 23-44

•2000. What form to focus on? Linguistics, Language Awareness, and the Education of L2 Teachers . In Lee, J.F. & Valdman, A. (Eds). Meaning and Form: Multiple Perspectives. 1999 volume for the AAUSC series.

•2000. Implementing LIBRA for the design of experimental research in SLA. Language Learning and Technology Millennial issue l3, 2: 27-31

•1998. On Input Processing, Processing Instruction, and the nature of replication tasks: A response to M. Rafael Salaberry. The Canadian Modern Language Review 54, 263-73 (First author, with B. VanPatten).

•1997. Experimental tasks in SLA research: Amount of production, modality, memory, and production processes. In Glass, W.R. and A.T. Pérez-Lerroux (Eds.) Contemporary perspectives on the acquisition of Spanish, vol. 2., pp. 41-56. Somerville: Cascadilla Press.

•1995. Ser and estar in Tortosí Catalan: Language Use, Language Variation, and Language Change. Sintagma 7, 5-25, Barcelona, Spain. (First author, with M.J. González).

•1995. From Input to Output: Processing Instruction in Communicative Tasks. In Eckman, F. R., D. Highland, P. W. Lee, J. Mileham, & R. R. Weber (Eds). Second Language Acquisition Theory and Pedagogy, pp. 169-86. Hillsdale, NY: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. With B. VanPatten.

•1992. Non-native processing of verbal morphology in Spanish. MIT Working Papers in Linguistics 16, 155-69 , Cambridge, MA. (First author, with M.S. Fernández)

•1991. Diglòssia a Catalunya? Teoria i realitat als 60 i al present. Sintagma 3, 49-61, Barcelona, Spain.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Spanish Applied Linguistics at the Turn of the Millennium
 Mind and Context in Adult Second Language Acquisition
 Implicit and Explicit Language Learning
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Mind and Context in Adult Second Language Acquisition
 Implicit and Explicit Language Learning
Courses Taught: Instructed SLA (grad)
L2 Teaching methods (Grad)
Bilingualism & Cognition (Grad)
Information-processing approaches to sla (grad)
Dissertation Director * of: Spanish and English Voiced Stop Phonemes and Spirantization: A study in second language acquisition
(Mary L. Zampini, Author)
Dissertation Director * of: The Segmenting/Parsing Unit in Cairene Arabic Spoken Language
(Rajaa Aquil, Author)
Dissertation Director * of: A Neurolinguistic Investigation of Late-Learned Second Language Knowledge: The effects of explicit and implicit conditions
(Kara Morgan-Short, Author)

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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