Benjamin Friedline, M.A.
University of Pittsburgh
Department of Linguistics
|Curriculum Vitae||This is my CV.|
|Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center||I do research with this group. We do most of our work on how technology influences education.|
|My favorite ESL/EFL sites||Links to some of my favorite ESL/EFL sites.|
|Cat Pictures||My cat, Spooky.|
Friedline, B. (2009). Animacy and second language acquisition of English relative clauses. Unpublished manuscript, University of Pittsburgh, PA.
Juffs, A., Friedline, B., Wilson, L., Eskenazi, M. & Heilman, M. (2007, April). Activity theory and computer assisted learning of English vocabulary. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, Costa Mesa, CA.
Friedline, B., & Collister, L. (2008, March). Power and interaction in virtual environments. Paper presented at the Popular Culture Association Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Dunlap, S., Friedline, B., Juffs, A., Perfetti, C. (2009, February). Lexical quality of English second language learners: Effects of focused training on orthographic encoding skills. Inter-Science of Learning Center Student and Post-doc Conference, Seattle, Washington.
Spring 2008 Recipient of the Robert T. Henderson Endowment Fund Award
Summer 2009 Recipient of the European Studies Center's Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship