Kara Morgan-Short

List of John Benjamins publications for which Kara Morgan-Short plays a role.

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Faretta-Stutenberg, Mandy, Irene Finestrat and Kara Morgan-Short 2023 Chapter 7. Technology in cognitive research: Methods to examine second language processing in study abroad researchMethods in Study Abroad Research: Past, present, and future, Pérez-Vidal, Carmen and Cristina Sanz (eds.), pp. 157–179
This chapter provides an overview of research instruments and technologies that can inform questions about language processing among study abroad learners. Specifically, we consider behavioral, eye-tracking, and electrophysiological methods. For each method, we provide a description of the… read more | Chapter
A critical question about bilingualism is how two or more languages are processed in the bilingual mind (e.g., Kroll, Bobb, & Hoshino, 2014). Previous research shows that bilinguals’ languages interact, at least at the lexical and phonological levels. Relatively little research has addressed… read more | Chapter
Issa, Bernard, Kara Morgan-Short, Briana Villegas and Gary Raney 2015 An Eye-tracking Study on the Role of Attention and its Relationship with MotivationEUROSLA Yearbook: Volume 15 (2015), Roberts, Leah, Kevin McManus, Norbert Vanek and Danijela Trenkic (eds.), pp. 114–142
This study aimed to assess whether attentional allocation to direct object pronouns in L2 Spanish was influenced by external or internal manipulations of attention and whether these manipulations caused learning of the form. Attention was measured by fixation duration and skipping rate on the… read more | Article
Morgan-Short, Kara, Mandy Faretta-Stutenberg and Laura Bartlett-Hsu 2015 Contributions of event-related potential research to issues in explicit and implicit second language acquisitionImplicit and Explicit Learning of Languages, Rebuschat, Patrick (ed.), pp. 349–384
This chapter discusses how event-related potential (ERP) methodology and research may contribute to the issue of explicit and implicit learning of second languages (L2s). To start, we provide a general introduction to ERPs and an overview of common language-related ERP components, including… read more | Article