Positions

Overview

  • Danielle Daidone has a dual PhD in Second Language Studies and Hispanic Linguistics from Indiana University. She researches second language phonology, with a particular emphasis on training sound perception, examining the mental representations of words, and evaluating the utility of non-native perception tasks. She also works on documenting and analyzing instructor input in the language classroom, as well as the acquisition of variation in Spanish.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

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    2023-11-01 Effects of orthography and cognate status on second language Spanish lexical encodingJournal of Second Language Pronunciation2023-11-01
    2023-03-01 Free classification as a method for investigating the perception of non-native soundsStudies in Second Language Acquisition.  45:1-27. 2023-03-01
    2021-01-01 A variationist analysis of second language Spanish trill productionStudies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics.  14:1-37. 2021-01-01
    2021-01-01 Vocabulary size is a key factor in predicting second language lexical encoding accuracyFrontiers in Psychology.  12:Article 688356. 2021-01-01
    2019-01-01 Preterite and imperfect in Spanish instructor oral input and Spanish language corporaHispania.  102:45-58. 2019-01-01
    2016-01-01 The role of inhibitory control in second language phonological processing.Language Learning.  66:741-773. 2016-01-01
    2013-01-01 Asymmetric lexical access and fuzzy lexical representations in second language learners. (Journal Article)The Mental Lexicon.  8:372-420. 2013-01-01

    Chapter

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    2023-07-01 Usage-based models of second language acquisition: Language use in context and additional language learning -- Handbook of Usage-based Linguistics.  Wiley-Blackwell.. 345-361. 2023-07-01
    2023-06-01 Individual differences do not affect trill variation by advanced learners of Spanish -- Innovative approaches to research in Hispanic linguistics: Regional, diachronic and learner profile variation.  John Benjamins. 196-224. 2023-06-01
    2023-01-01 The relationship between self-rated vocabulary knowledge and accuracy of phonological forms. -- Current Perspectives on Spanish Lexical Development.  de Gruyter Mouton. pp. 49-72. 2023-01-01
    2018-01-01 Examining multifaceted sources of input: Variationist and usage-based approaches to understanding the L2 classroom -- Usage-inspired L2 instruction: Researched pedagogy.  John Benjamins. 291-311. 2018-01-01
    2017-01-01 Linguistic variation in instructor provision of oral input -- Expanding individual difference research in the interaction approach: Investigating learners, instructors, and researchers.  John Benjamins. 226–253. 2017-01-01
    2016-01-01 The future is in the past: A diachronic analysis of variable future-in-the-past expression in Spanish -- Inquiries in Hispanic linguistics: From theory to empirical evidence.  John Benjamins. 317-334. 2016-01-01

    Document

    Year Title Altmetric
    2015-01-01 Asymmetric lexical access and fuzzy lexical representations in second language learners -- Phonological and phonetic considerations of lexical processingJohn Benjamins. 119-167. 2015-01-01

    Working Paper

    Year Title Altmetric
    2014-01-01 A variationist account of trill /r/ usage in the Spanish of MálagaIndiana University Linguistics Club Working Papers. 17-42. 2014-01-01

    Presentations

    Research Overview

  • second language acquisition, second language phonology, non-native perception, classroom input, sociolinguistics, usage-based linguistics, research methods
  • Co-principal Investigator On

  • Small Research Grants Program 2024-01-01 - 2025-12-01
  • Teaching Overview

  • linguistics, phonetics, task-based language teaching
  • Full Name

  • Danielle Daidone