Publications

Mariluz Ortiz (2013). The bilingual acquisition of DOM in child and heritage Spanish.

Lauren Miller (2013). The acquisition of tense and aspect in heritage Spanish.  (M.A Thesis)

Arnold Gamboa (2012). The L2 acquisition of Spanish gender among English-speaking L2 learners (M.A Thesis)

Elizabeth Barajas (2012). The L2 acquisition of definite and bare plurals in Spanish-speaking learners of English L2.

Joshua Frank (2011). The acquisition of double-que questions in heritage Spanish (M.A Thesis)

Mara Barbosa (2011). Null objects in English L1/Portuguese L2 bilinguals. (M.A Thesis)

Claudia Sadowski (2011). A supplementary language curriculum proposal for elementary and college level Spanish heritage language instruction. (MA Thesis)

Cezar Medeiros (2010). Contextual guessing and dictionary use in the L2 acquisition of vocabulary in Portuguese. (M.A Thesis)

Miller, L. & Cuza, A. (2013). On the status of tense and aspect morphology in child heritage Spanish: An analysis of accuracy levels. In Cabrelli Amaro, J., Judy, T. & Pascual y Cabo, D. (eds.), Proceedings of 12th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2013) (pp.117-129). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project. http://www.lingref.com/cpp/gasla/12/index.html

Cuza, A., Pérez-Tattam, R. Barajas, E., Miller, L., & Sadowski, C. (2013). The development of tense and aspect morphology in child and adult heritage Spanish: Implications for heritage language pedagogy. In John Schwieter (ed.), Innovative research and practices in second language acquisition and bilingualism (pp.193-220) Amsterdam: John Benjamins

Cuza, A. & Frank, J. (2011). Transfer effects at the syntax-semantics interface: The case of double-que questions in heritage Spanish. The Heritage Language Journal, 8(2), 66-89

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