3 papers were presented in total, thereby surpassing our commitment target. The conferences where these were presented are: GASLA, ICTL and ConCALL, all of which are leading in the field, GASLA on linguistic approaches to second language acquisition, ICTL on Turkic linguistics in general and ConCALL for Central Asian languages.
- Özçelik, Öner. 2017. Challenges in the second language acquisition of Turkish word-level prosody. Paper to be presented at the International Conference on Turkish Linguistics (ICTL). Adana, Turkey, February 2017.
- Özçelik, Öner & Rex Sprouse. 2016. How abstract is Interlanguage phonology? Evidence from Turkish vowel harmony. Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America. Urbana-Champaign, IL. September 2016.
- Arman, Rahman, Amber Kent, & Özçelik, Öner. 2016. Project-Based Language Learning Instruction in an Online Language Learning Environment. Conference on Central Asian Languages and Linguistics 2 (ConCALL 2). Bloomington, IN, October 2016.
We have published 1 journal article, 1 book chapter and 2 conference proceedings papers, thereby exceeding the proposed target. All of these have been published in extremely selective and prestigious venues, with very high impact factor:
Journal article: Özçelik, Öner & Rex Sprouse. 2017. Emergent knowledge of a universal phonological principle in the L2 acquisition of vowel harmony in Turkish: a ‘four’-fold poverty of the stimulus in L2 acquisition. Second Language Research 33. 179-206.
Book chapter: Özçelik, Öner & Rex Sprouse. 2016. Decreasing dependence on orthography in phonological development: Evidence from vowel harmony in English-Turkish interlanguage. In Ayşe Gürel & Yasemin Bayyurt (eds.), Second Language Acquisition of Turkish. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
- Özçelik, Öner & Rex Sprouse. 2016. Acquisition of Turkish vowel harmony in low-frequency and zero-frequency contexts: Evidence for Full Access in L2 phonology. Proceedings supplement of the Boston University Conference on Language Development 40 (BUCLD 40).
- Özçelik, Öner. 2016. Acquiring the World’s Most Difficult Stress Pattern: L2 Khalkha Mongolian and “Conflicting Directionality”. In David Stringer et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the 13th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference (GASLA 2015), 161-176. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Proceedings Project.