435: Experimental Methodologies in Language Acquisition (3)
- Prerequisite: 01:615.305.
- A review of a range of experimental methodologies used by linguists to investigate language acquisition, including an in-depth focus on the linguistic phenomena being acquired by the language learner and coverage of the pioneers responsible for advancing these techniques. Students will gain hands-on experience designing experiments and analyzing data.
- This course is not regularly offered. Please contact the Undergraduate Program Director for availability.
- Prof. Syrett's syllabus for Fall 2016