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Alison Margaret Gabriele

Social and Behavioral Sciences
Professor
Linguistics
Primary office:
785.864.1014
Blake Hall, 420W
University of Kansas
1541 Lilac Lane
Lawrence, KS 66045-3129
Second office:
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Dole Human Development Center, 4035



Summary

Alison Gabriele does research on second language acquisition and processing, focusing on the cognitive and linguistic factors that impact language development and ultimate attainment.

Selected Publications

Covey, L., Gabriele, A., & Fiorentino, R. (2018). Can learners use morphosyntactic cues to facilitate processing: Evidence from gender agreement in Hindi. [Journal Articles]. Language Acquisition, 25(3), 327–337.
Gabriele, A., Fiorentino, R., & Covey, L. (2017). Understanding the symptoms and sources of variability in second language sentence processing [Journal Articles]. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition. Published. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1366728916000961
Johnson, A., Fiorentino, R., & Gabriele, A. (2016). Syntactic constraints and individual differences in the native and nonnative processing of wh-movement. [Journal Articles]. Frontiers in Psychology/Language Sciences , 7(549). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00549
Gabriele, A., Fiorentino, R., & Johnson, A. (2015). Attentional control and prediction in native and non-native speakers. [Journal Articles]. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism , 5, 470–475.
Gabriele, A., Aleman-Banon, J., Lopez Prego, B., & Canales, A. (2015). Examining the influence of transfer and prototypes in the acquisition of the progressive in L2 Spanish. [Book Chapters]. In D. Ayoun (Ed.), The Present Tense in Second Language Acquisition (pp. 113–151).
Gabriele, A., & Sugita Hughes, M. (2015). Tense and aspect in Japanese as a second language [Book Chapters]. In M. Nakayama (Ed.), Handbook of Japanese Psycholinguistics (pp. 271–302). Mouton de Gruyter.
Alem├ín-Ba├▒├│n, J., Fiorentino, R., & Gabriele, A. (2014). Morphosyntactic processing in advanced L2 learners: An event related potential investigation of the effects of L1-L2 similarity and structural distance [Journal Articles]. Second Language Research, 30(3), 275–306.
Lopez-Prego, B., & Gabriele, A. (2014). Examining the nature of morphological variability in native and non-native Spanish [Journal Articles]. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism, 4, 192–221.
Gabriele, A., Fiorentino, R., & Alem├ín-Ba├▒├│n, J. (2013). Examining second language development using event-related potentials: a cross-sectional study on the processing of gender and number agreement [Journal Articles]. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism , 3(2), 213–232.
Alem├ín-Ba├▒├│n, J., Fiorentino, R., & Gabriele, A. (2012). The Processing of Number and Gender Agreement in Spanish: An Event-Related Potential Investigation of the Effects of Structural Distance [Journal Articles]. Brain Research, 1456, 49–63.

Selected Presentations

Johnson, A., Fiorentino, R., & Gabriele, A. (3/31/2016). Individual differences in predictive processing: Evidence from subject filled-gap effects in native and non-native speakers of English. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Gainesville, FL
Fiorentino, R., Gabriele, A., & Covey, L. (3/31/2016). Using event-related potentials to examine individual differences in the processing of pronominal reference. CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing. Gainesville, FL
Covey, L., Fiorentino, R., & Gabriele, A. (11/30/2015). Predictive processing of gender agreement: Evidence from Hindi. Boston University Conference on Language Development. Boston, MA
Gabriele, A., Fiorentino, R., & Covey, L. (10/31/2015). Examining individual differences in the processing of pronominal reference using event-related potentials. Society for the Neurobiology of Language Conference. Chicago, IL

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