Papers in preparation
Papers in preparation
- *Yadamsuren, O., *Pandza, N., & Hamrick, P. (in prep). Individual differences in declarative memory and L2 lexical abilities.
- Hamrick, P., *Pandza, N., & Ziegler, N. (in prep). Age of onset and sensitivity to statistical information in L2 formulaic sequences.
- Hamrick, P., Lum, J.A.G., & Ullman, M.T. (in submission). Child first language and adult second language are both tied to general-purpose learning systems.
- Hamrick, P., & Sachs, R. (2017). Establishing evidence of learning in experiments employing artificial linguistic systems. Studies in Second Language Acquisition. pdf
- *Ryan, K., Hamrick, P., Miller, R.T., & Was, C.A. (2017). Salience, cognitive effort, and word learning: Insights from pupillometry. In S. Gass, P. Spinner, & J. Behney (Eds.), Salience in second language acquisition. New York: Routledge. pdf
- Hamrick, P., & Ullman, M.T. (2016). A neurocognitive perspective on retrieval interference in L2 sentence processing. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. pdf
- Hamrick, P. (2015). Declarative and procedural memory as individual differences in incidental language learning. Learning and Individual Differences, 44, 9-15. pdf
- Rebuschat, P., Hamrick, P., Sachs, R., Ziegler, N., & Riestenberg, K. (2015). Triangulating measures of awareness: A contribution to the debate on learning without awareness. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 37, 299-334. pdf
- Hamrick, P., & *Pandza, N.B. (2014). Competitive lexical activation during ESL spoken word recognition. International Journal of Innovation in English Language Teaching and Research, 3, 1-21. pdf
- Hamrick, P. (2014). Recognition memory for novel syntactic structures. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, 2-7. pdf
- Hamrick, P. (2014). A role for chunk formation in statistical learning of second language syntax. Language Learning, 64, 247-278. pdf
- Hamrick, P., & Rebuschat, P. (2014). Frequency effects, learning conditions, and the development of implicit and explicit lexical knowledge. In J. Connor-Linton & L. Amoroso (Eds.), Measured language: Quantitative approaches to acquisition, assessment, processing, and variation. Georgetown University Press: Washington, D.C. pdf
- Rebuschat, P., Hamrick, P., Sachs, R., *Ziegler, N., & *Riestenberg, K. (2013). Implicit and explicit knowledge of form-meaning connections: Evidence from subjective measures. In J. Bergsleithner, S. Frota, & J. Yoshioka (Eds.), Noticing and Second Language Acquisition: Studies in Honor of Richard Schmidt. (pp. 249-270). Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press. pdf
- Hamrick, P., & Rebuschat, P. (2012). How implicit is statistical learning? In P. Rebuschat & J. Williams (Eds.), Statistical learning and language acquisition. (pp. 365-382). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pdf
- Ziegler, N., Seals, C., Ammons, S., Lake, J., Hamrick, P., & Rebuschat, P. (2012). Interaction in conversation groups: The development of L2 conversational styles. In K. McDonough & A. Mackey (Eds.), Second language interaction in diverse educational contexts. (pp. 269-292). John Benjamins.
- Hamrick, P., & Attardo, S. (2010). A prototype approach to teaching auxiliary selection in the Italian passato prossimo. In S. de Knop, T. de Rycker, & F. Boers (Eds.), Fostering language teaching efficiency through cognitive linguistics. (pp. 277-292) Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
- Hamrick, P. (2007). Notes on some cognitive mechanisms of humor. In D. Popa & S. Attardo (Eds.), New approaches to the linguistics of humor. (pp. 140-150). Galati, Romania: EdituraAcademica