SLA for all? Reproducing SLA research in non-academic samples

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Description: Gauging the generalizability of SLA research to non-academic samples.

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We invite researchers to join an initiative designed to gauge the generalizability of SLA research findings through registered replications of SLA studies with non-academic participant samples. We plan to organize colloquia at conferences in our field, and to publish a special issue on this topic, with kind support from Language Learning. Interested in participating? We welcome your expressions of...

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