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Selected Publications


Segalowitz, N. (2010). The cognitive bases of second language fluency. New York: Routledge.  Winner of the Modern Language Association of America's Kenneth W. Mildenberger Prize, January, 2012. link


Segalowitz, N., French, L., & Guay, J-D. (2017). What features best characterize adult second language utterance fluency and what do they reveal about fluency gains in short-term immersion? Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, Special Issue: 20, 2, 90-115. pdf

Segalowitz, N., Doucerain, M., Meuter, R., Zhao, Y., Hocking, J., & Ryder, A.G. (2016). Comprehending adverbs of doubt and certainty in health communication: A multidimensional scaling approach. Frontiers in Psychology: Psychology for Clinical Settings, 7, 1-13. pdf

Williams, J., Segalowitz, N. & Leclair. (2014). Estimating second language productive vocabulary size: A Capture-Recapture approach. Mental Lexicon, 9(1), 23-47. DOI: 10.1075/ml.9.1.02wil pdf


Segalowitz, N., Lacroix, G., & Job, J. (2011). The L2 semantic attentional blink: Implications for L2 learning. In P. Trofimovich & K. McDonough (Eds.), Applying priming research to L2 learning, teaching and research: Insights from psycholinguistics (pp. 155-178). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pdf


Segalowitz, N., & Kehayia, E. (2011). Exploring the determinants of language barriers in health care (LBHC): Toward a research agenda for the language sciences. Canadian Modern Language Review, 67 (4), 481-508. pdf


Isaacs, T., Laurier, M. D., Turner, C., & Segalowitz, N. (2011). Identifying second language speech tasks and ability levels for successful nurse oral interaction with patients in a linguistic minority setting: An instrument development project. Health Communication, 26, 560-570. pdf


Gatbonton, E., Trofimovich, P. & Segalowitz, N. (2011). Ethnic group affiliation and patterns of development of a phonological variable. The Modern Language Journal, 95 (2), 188-204. pdf


Segalowitz, N. & Hulstijn, J. (2005). Automaticity in bilingualism and second language learning. In J.F. Kroll & A.M.B. De Groot, (Eds.), Handbook of bilingualism: Psycholinguistic approaches. (pp. 371-388) Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. pdf

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