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LINGUIST List 21.1908

Wed Apr 21 2010

Qs: Looking for Participants for an ESL Study

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        1.    Nadya Dich, Looking for Participants for an ESL Study

Message 1: Looking for Participants for an ESL Study
Date: 18-Apr-2010
From: Nadya Dich <nld26cornell.edu>
Subject: Looking for Participants for an ESL Study
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Dear LINGUIST community,

I am currently conducting an online research project aimed at
investigating how certain properties of native language orthography
influence the ways individuals spell in English as a second language
(ESL). More specifically, I am interested in native speakers of Danish,
Italian and Russian who currently live in Denmark, Italy and Russia and
have intermediate to advanced ESL proficiency. In particular, I am
interested in testing *undergraduate and graduate students* of various
specializations.

I would like to invite everyone who qualifies to participate and also
kindly ask the readers to forward this information to qualified students
who might be interested in participating. Please find a brief description
of the study below:

- This is an online study that can be completed from any computer with
high-speed internet.
- The study consists of 5 spelling tasks and a quick survey and takes
about 35 minutes.
- Every 15th participant wins a prize: a yearly subscription to an
educational English language magazine (e.g. National Geographic)
- The study website is: http://languagetest.dyndns.org/ad.htm

Should you need additional information about the project, please feel
free to contact me at nld26cornell.edu.

Thank you for your help!

Nadya Dich
PhD candidate
Deptartment of Human Development
Cornell University

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                            Cognitive Science
                            Language Acquisition

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