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Sarah Grey

Sarah Grey

Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Spanish, Fordham University

Former Postdoctoral Fellow, Bilingualism and Language Development Lab (BiLD Lab)



Lab Affiliation: BiLD

Research interests:

Effects of context and individual variation on the neurocognition of language. In particular, auditory sentence processing in different speaker-listener social contexts; adult language acquisition in monolinguals and multilinguals in different learning (or instructional) contexts; the role of cognitive, affective, and psychosocial factors in behavioral and neural outcomes.

Recent publications:

Grey, S., Cox, J., Serafini, E.J., & Sanz, C. (Forthcoming 2015). The role of individual differences in the study abroad context: Cognitive capacity and language development during short-term intensive language exposure. The Modern Language Journal.

Sanz, C., & Grey, S. (in press). Effects of conditions on L2 development: Beyond accuracy. In P. Rebuschat (Ed.) Implicit and Explicit Learning of Languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Grey, S., Williams, J.N., & Rebuschat, P. (2014). Incidental exposure and L3 learning of morphosyntax. Studies in Second Language Acquisition. DOI: 10.1017/S0272263113000727.

Leow, R.P., Grey, S., Marijuan, S., & Moorman, C. (2014). Concurrent data elicitation procedures, processes, and the early stages of L2 learning: A critical overview. Second Language Research, 30, 2, p. 111-127.