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This table lists the various scholarly activities by Queens College faculty dating back to 2008.  Use the options below to filter by year, academic department, category, or faculty name.  You may also search for a faculty name or description by using the Keyword search box.
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2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference Presentationde Jong, CorneliaFrishkoff, G., Levin, L., Pavlik, P., Idemaru, K., De Jong, N. (2008). A model-based approach to second-language learning of grammatical constructions. Cognitive Science, Washington, D.C., July 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference Presentationde Jong, Corneliade Jong, N. The study of oral fluency development in ESL. Presentation given at the Colloquium on Teaching and Learning World Languages, Queens College of CUNY, March 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference Presentationde Jong, Corneliade Jong, N. Oral fluency development in a second language. Presentation given at the Cognitive Approaches to Second Language Acquisition research group at the University of Amsterdam, January 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersBook, Chapter or Introductionde Jong, Corneliade Jong, N. (2008). Second language learning of grammar: Output matters too. In M. Young-Scholten & T. Piske (Eds.), Input Matters in SLA (pp. 95-115). Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersBook, Chapter or Introductionde Jong, CorneliaFrishkoff, G., Levin, L., Pavlik, P., Idemaru, K., & de Jong, N. (2008). A model-based approach to second-language learning of grammatical constructions. In B. C. Love, K. McRae, & V. M. Sloutsky (Eds.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1665-1670). Austin, TX: Cognitive Science Society.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersBook, Chapter or IntroductionFernández, EvaSekerina, I. A., Fernández, E. M., & Petrova, K. (2008).  Processing of structurally ambiguous relative clauses (RC) in Bulgarian.  In Comati, S. (Ed.), BulgaristicaStudia et Argument: Festschrift für Ruselina Nitsolova zum 65. Geburtstag (pp. 328-336). Munich, DE: Verlag Otto Sagner.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersBook, Chapter or IntroductionFernández, EvaSekerina, I., Fernández, E. M. & Clahsen, H. (2008). Introduction. In Sekerina, I., Fernández, E. M., & Clahsen, H. (eds.), Language processing in children (pp. vii-xv). Amsterdam, NL: John Benjamins.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationFernández, EvaWebman, R., Fodor, J. D., & Fernández, E. M. Prosody and attachment in a double-PP construction in Hebrew. Poster session, AMLaP (Architectures and mechanisms for Language Processing), Cambridge, UK, September 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationFernández, EvaBobb, J., Fernández, E. M., Lord, K., Schwarz, S., Silverman, L., Smaldone, E., Winks, C. Transforming Queens College gen ed: Creating courses for a new curriculum. Confronting the hard questions: What it takes to teach and learn at CUNY, Borough of Manhattan Community College, New York, NY, September 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationFernández, EvaFernández, E. M. Writing technologies. College of Foreign Languages, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai, China, June 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationFernández, EvaFernández, E. M. Human sentence processing: An introduction. College of Foreign Languages, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai, China, May 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationFernández, EvaFernández, E. M., Scott, D., Lord, K., Callis, C. & denBoer, M. From theory to practice: The design and implementation of a new general education curriculum at Queens College. Fourth Annual CUNY General Education Conference, Gen Ed: Making it work and making it matter, Baruch College, New York, NY, May 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationFernández, EvaStoyneshka, I., Fodor, J. D. & Fernández, E. M. Phoneme restoration methods reveal prosodic influences on syntactic processing. Experimental and theoretical advances in prosody, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, April 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersBook, Authored or EditedFernández, EvaSekerina, I., Fernández, E. M. & Clahsen, H. (eds.) (2008). Language processing in children. Amsterdam, NL: John Benjamins Publishers.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersNewspaper or Review CommentaryFernández, EvaFernández, E. M. (2008). No hay monolingües. Revisions: A Zine on Writing at Queens College, 5, 3-6.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersJournal Article or PatentGerber, SimaLongtin, S. and Gerber, S. (2008). Contemporary perspectives on facilitating language acquisition for children on the autistic spectrum: Engaging the parent and the child. Journal of Developmental and Learning Disorders, 3 (1), 38-51.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationGerber, SimaGerber, S. The treatment of a child: Contemporary views of working with children with challenges in language development (and why it doesnt look like work at all). The YCS Institute for Infant and Preschool Mental Health. 6th Annual Conference. Two day conference. October 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationGerber, SimaGerber, S. Contemporary approaches to working (and playing) with children on the autistic spectrum. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Chicago, November 2008.
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationGerber, SimaGerber, S. The Changing Face of Language Intervention: The Science of Integration and The Art of Inspiration, Full day seminar. Master Clinician Series, NY, NY, Full day seminar. University of Redlands, California, January 2008
2008Linguistics and Communication DisordersConference PresentationGerber, SimaGerber, S. Rethinking our work (and play) with children on the autistic spectrum: The power of contemporary models of development, language, and affect for guiding intervention, Cape May County, Special Services School District, Cape May, NJ, June 2008.
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