Posted by: Sarah Standish | November 1, 2012

Remote study on second-language acquisition in need of subjects

Researcher Suzanne Freynik is conducting a study on second-language acquisition and looking for subjects who are speakers of Arabic or learning Arabic to participate.  She writes in an email:

“I’m conducting a study to compare how native speakers and adult learners of Arabic understand Arabic words.

“The study takes less than 1 hour and pays $15. You can complete it remotely on your own computer. I’m looking for both native speakers and non-native learners. If you study or speak Arabic and you might be interested in such a study, please contact me for more information, at freynik [at] umd [dot] edu.

“You can also sign up directly for the study by following this link:”


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