Michael Iverson
Michael Iverson
Lecturer, Department of Second Language Studies, Indiana University
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Interface vulnerability and knowledge of the subjunctive/indicative distinction with negated epistemic predicates in L2 Spanish
M Iverson, P Kempchinsky, J Rothman
Eurosla Yearbook 8 (1), 135-163, 2008
Differences in use without deficiencies in competence: passives in the Turkish and German of Turkish heritage speakers in Germany
F Bayram, J Rothman, M Iverson, T Kupisch, D Miller, E Puig-Mayenco, ...
International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 2017
Introduction: Some notes on the generative study of L3 acquisition
J Rothman, M Iverson, T Judy
Second language research 27 (1), 5-19, 2011
Transfer at the initial stages of L3 Brazilian Portuguese: A look at three groups of English/Spanish bilinguals
D Giancaspro, B Halloran, M Iverson
Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 18 (2), 191-207, 2015
On parameter clustering and resetting the null-subject parameter in L2 Spanish: Implications and observations
J Rothman, M Iverson
Hispania, 328-341, 2007
Input type and parameter resetting: Is naturalistic input necessary?
J Rothman, M Iverson
Walter de Gruyter 45 (4), 285-319, 2007
Poverty-of-the-stimulus and SLA epistemology: Considering L2 knowledge of aspectual phrasal semantics
J Rothman, M Iverson
Language Acquisition 15 (4), 270-314, 2008
The syntax of null subjects in L2 Spanish: Comparing two L2 populations under different exposure
J Rothman, M Iverson
Revista española de lingüística aplicada, 185-216, 2007
Advanced language attrition of Spanish in contact with Brazilian Portuguese
MB Iverson
The University of Iowa, 2012
Informing the age-of-acquisition debate: L3 as a litmus test
M Iverson
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 48 (2-3), 221-243, 2010
Islands and objects in L2 Spanish: Do you know the learners who drop_?
J Rothman, M Iverson
Studies in Second Language Acquisition 35 (4), 589-618, 2013
N-drop at the initial state of L3 Portuguese: Comparing simultaneous and additive bilinguals of English/Spanish
M Iverson
Minimalist inquiries into child and adult language acquisition: Case studies …, 2009
Third Language Acquisition
J Cabrelli, M Iverson
The Cambridge Handbook of Spanish Linguistics, 737-757, 2018
Not just algunos, but indeed unos L2ers can acquire scalar implicatures in L2 Spanish
D Miller, D Giancaspro, M Iverson, J Rothman, R Slabakova
Language Acquisition Beyond Parameters 51, 125-145, 2016
Competing SLA hypotheses assessed: Comparing heritage and successive Spanish bilinguals of L3 Brazilian Portuguese
M Iverson
Minimalist inquiries into child and adult language acquisition: Case studies …, 2009
The syntax-semantics interface in L2 acquisition: Genericity and inflected infinitive complements in non-native Portuguese
M Iverson, J Rothman
Selected proceedings of the 10th Hispanic linguistic symposium, 78-92, 2008
Independent multilingualism normative assessments, where art thou?
J Rothman, M Iverson
Multilingual norms, 33-51, 2010
Older age of onset in child L2 acquisition can be facilitative: Evidence from the acquisition of English passives by Spanish natives
J Rothman, D Long, M Iverson, T Judy, A Lingwall, T Chakravarty
Journal of Child Language 43 (3), 662-686, 2016
Informing adult acquisition debates: N-Drop at the initial state of L3 Brazilian Portuguese
J Cabrelli-Amaro, M Iverson, T Judy
Minimalist inquiries into child and adult language acquisition: Case studies …, 2009
Language attrition and maintenance: Two sides of the same coin?
M Iverson, D Miller
Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 7 (6), 2017
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