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Emily Sabo

Emily  Sabo

2011-2012

Undergraduate Student - Spanish and World Education


Biography:

I am a sophomore currently in the throes of my undergraduate career, pursuing a double major in Spanish (Bachelor of Science with Applied Spanish and World Education (Spanish Option) and a minor in International Studies. I am overjoyed to have been asked to join the CLS team and to represent the lab as a PIRE fellow. The question I ask in my research is simply this: Do proficient L2 learners (Spanish-English bilinguals in Spain) recognize and process syntactical ambiguity in the same way that L1s (English monolinguals in the United States) do when it comes to verb-bias and plausibility? 

Institution:

Pennsylvania State University, USA

Lab/Group:

Center for Language Science