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Name: Larissa  Nossalik
Institution: McGill University
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State and/or Country: Canada   
Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
Language Acquisition
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Nossalik, Larissa. in press. L2 acquisition of the Russian aspectual suffix -va by English speakers. In Proceedings of the Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition (GALA), The Lisbon Meeting, Cambridge Scholars Publishing Ltd., p. 15

Nossalik, Larissa. in press. ‘The aspectual function of Slavic inceptive morphemes.’ In Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics #18: The Cornell Meeting, W. Browne (ed.), Michigan Slavic Publications, Ann Arbor. p.12

Nossalik, Larissa. 2010. ‘Slavic inceptive verbs: accomplishments or achievements?’ In Proceedings of the 2009 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, Fred Mailhot (ed.). ISSN 0027-9633, p.15

Nossalik, Larissa. 2009. ‘L2 Acquisition of the Russian Telicity Parameter.’ In Proceedings of the 10th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2009), Melissa Bowles et al (eds.). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. p. 248-263.

Nossalik, Larissa. 2005. ‘Problems with the A/A’-dichotomy: Evidence from Russian Scrambling.’ In Proceedings of the 2005 annual conference of the Canadian Linguistic Association, ed. Claire Gurski, p.15.
Courses Taught: Introduction to the Study of Language
Introduction to Linguistics, Language Acquisition
Dissertation Abstract: L2 Acquisition of Russian Aspect

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