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唐萌萌 1983 年出生于山东省东营市。2005 年本科毕业于中国石油大学(华东)英语系,2007 年硕士毕业于中国石油大学(华东)英语语言文学系,后留校任教。2014 年被遴选为国家留学基金委“国际区域问题与外语高级人才”,赴英国约克大学攻读博士,2018 年获得应用语言学博士学位。现为中国石油大学(北京)外国语学院教师,硕士生导师,国际期刊International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching,Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching 审稿人。长期从事应用语言学与认知神经语言学领域的教学和科研工作,先后主持教育部人文社科基金等省部级及校级项目五项。在Neuroscience Letters, International Journal of Bilingualism 等国内外期刊发表论文数十篇,出版著作五部。

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Appendix 1:Consent Form in the English as L2 Studies

Participant Consent Form

What will be involved in participation?

I understand that:

- The purpose of the proposed study is to understand how second language learners process sentences in target language.

- The data collection will take about 30 minutes for me to complete.

- I will be asked to complete a self-paced reading task and other tasks.

- My performance in these activities will not have an impact on my grades and will not be communicated to any teachers in my university.

- I will receive rewards for participating in this study.

How will my data be handled?

I understand that:

My participation is voluntary,and I may withdraw myself and my data at anytime during the data collection by informing the researcher without any penalty being imposed on me.

- Only the Principal Investigator will have access to the data and information collected in this study before it is anonymized.

- The data and information collected during this study will be anonymized as soon as possible after collection.

- Any personal information required to link the data will be kept in a separate password protected file,to which only the Principal Investigator will have access.

- The anonymized data will be archived and may be used for other academic and research purposes by other researchers inside and outside the University.

- The anonymized data may be used publicly,e.g. in presentation or online.

- The anonymized data is likely to be kept for over 5 years for paper publishing purposes.

- The data will only be used for academic and research purposes.

I can withdraw my data within two weeks after participating in this study without any penalty being imposed on me. I cannot withdraw my data two weeks after my participation in the study.

Name of participant________ Date________ Signature________

Name of researcher_________ Date________ Signature________

Appendix 2:Background Language Questionnaire in the English as L2 Studies

Below you will find questions about your education,profession and most of all your language use(background). Please answer all these questions as completely as possible.

1. Name:__________________

2. Sex:___________________

3. Age:________

4. What is your level of education(e.g. secondary school,university degree)?....................

5. What is your profession?......................

a. Do you have a job?If yes,what kind?.........................

6. Where were you born?.....................

7. What is/are your native language(s)?...................................

8. What languages do you know and how good do you think you are?Sort these languages and put your best language on top in the first column. Give the level of each language by using the following scale:

9. How old were you when you started to learn these languages(question 8)and where did you learn them?If you have had lessons(e.g. at school,courses,etc),for how many years did you take them?If you have not had formal instruction(e.g. if you learnt these languages at home,at work,on vacation,from friends,etc),for how many years have you been learning them?

10. Have you ever lived in any other countries?If yes,how old were you when you arrived and how did you learn the language?If you had lessons(e.g. at school,courses etc),for how many years did you take them?What was the reason for your residence in that country(e.g. study,job,internship,vacation,family etc)?

If you have other remarks concerning the languages you can speak,please use the blank space below.

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Appendix 3:Oxford Placement Test

Oxford Placement Test 1 Grammar Test Part 1

Look at these examples. The correct answer is ticked.

Now the test will begin. Tick the correct answers.

1. Waterat a temperature of 100° C.

2. In some countriesvery hot all the time.

3. In cold countries people wear thick clotheswarm.

4. In England people are always talking about.

5. In some placesalmost every day.

6. In deserts there isn’tgrass.

7. Places near the Equator haveweather even in cold season.

8. In Englandtime of year is usually from December to February.

9.people do not know what it is like in other countries.

10. Verypeople can travel abroad.

11. Mohammed Alihis first world title fight in 1960.

12. After hean Olympic gold medal he became a professional boxer.

13. His religious beliefschange his name when he became champion.

14. If helost his first fight with Sonny Liston,no one would have been surprised.

15. He has travelled a lotas a boxer and as a world-famous personality.

16. He is very well knownthe world.

17. Many peoplehe was the greatest boxer of all time.

18. To be the bestthe world is not easy.

19. Like any top sportsman Alitrain very hard.

20. Even though he has now lost his title,peoplealways remember him as a champion.

21. The history ofis

22.short one. For many centuries men

23.to fly,but with

24.succes. In the 19th century a few people

25. succededin balloons. But it wasn’t until

26. the beginning ofcentury that anybody

27.able to fly in a machine

28.was heavier than air,in other words,in

29.we now call a plane. The first people to achieve ‘powered flight’ were the Wright brothers.

30.was the machine which was the forerunner of the Jumbo jets

31. and supersonic airliners that arecommon

32. sight today. Theyhardly have imagined that in 1969,

33.more than half a century later,

34. a manlanded on the moon.

35. Alreadyis taking the first steps towards the stars.

36. Although space satellites have existedless

37. than forty years,we are now dependentthem for all

38. kinds of. Not only

39.being used for scientific research in

40. space,but also to see what kind of weather.

41. By 1998 therehave been satellites in space for forty

42. years and the ‘space superpowers’ are planning to

43. massive space stations built. When these

44. completed it will be the first timeastronauts will be

45. able to work in space in large numbers.all that,

46. in many ways the most remarkable flightall was

47.of the flying bicycle,which the world saw on television,

48.across the Channel from England to France,with nothing

49.a man to power it. As the bicycle-flyer said,

50. ‘It is the first timewhat hard work it is to be a bird!’

Appendix 4:Grammaticality Judgement Test in English as L2 Studies

Grammaticality Judgement Test

Read sentences and decide as quickly as you can,without thinking too much,whether you think the sentence is acceptable or not,on a scale from 1(least acceptable)to 6(most acceptable).

1. The wind blowed strongly yesterday.( )

2. Emily lowered her head slightly concealed her emotion.( )

3. The sister of the actress who shot herself on the balcony was under investigation.( )

4. Brad aimed got the champion in the match.( )

5. I tasted lots of different dishes in China.( )

6. Jane said that had a kind-hearted neighbor was very important.( )

7. The girl selled many flowers in the shop yesterday.( )

8. Katherine permitted her daughter learned Kong Fu.( )

9. Amy hiked a long way home last weekend.( )

10. The workers elected that man spoke in public.( )

11. The uncle of the fireman who criticized himself far too often was painting the bedroom.( )

12. Charlie asked the waitress brought some tea.( )

13. She pulled the kid out of the river the day before yesterday.( )

14. Kitty felt that smoked cigarettes on the plane was very dangerous.( )

15. They shaked hands with each other in the meeting last week.( )

16. The government forbade the citizens entered the hall.( )

17. The uncle of the policewoman who treated himself after the accident was watching the news.( )

18. Mary admitted that grew roses in her garden was very exciting.( )

19. Janet missed the bus this morning.( )

20. Joy intended finished his homework in the morning.( )

21. It rained heavily last night caused a flood.( )

22. Those words hurted my heart last night.( )

23. Dory attempted saved some money for the holiday.( )

24. The mother of the bride who embarrassed herself at the reception was complaining to the priest.( )

25. He sat in the armchair read the newspaper.( )

26. We dated in the park last weekend.( )

27. Professor Li mentioned that designed gardens for a city was very interesting.( )

28. The boy digged a hole in the garden last week.( )

29. Bob died a glorious death fought the robber.( )

30. The nephew of the woman drowned himself in the ocean knew nothing about the tricky current.( )

31. Peter borrowed some books from the library last weekend.( )

32. Mike meant left the company in the afternoon.( )

Appendix 5:Stimuli in SPR Study 1

Type 1 Non-finite Verbs as Subject:

1. She said that working/worked in late night harmed her health. She always works late.

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章节目录

  • Appendix 1:Consent Form in the English as L2 Studies
    1. Participant Consent Form
      1. What will be involved in participation?
      2. How will my data be handled?
  • Appendix 2:Background Language Questionnaire in the English as L2 Studies
  • Appendix 3:Oxford Placement Test
    1. Oxford Placement Test 1 Grammar Test Part 1
  • Appendix 4:Grammaticality Judgement Test in English as L2 Studies
    1. Grammaticality Judgement Test
  • Appendix 5:Stimuli in SPR Study 1
    1. Type 1 Non-finite Verbs as Subject:
    2. Type 2 Non-finite Verbs as Object Complement:
    3. Type 3 Non-finite Verbs as Object:
    4. Type 4 Non-finite Verbs as adverbial:
  • Appendix 6:Consent Form in Chinese as L2 Studies
    1. 知情同意书
      1. 测试内容是什么?
      2. 实验数据将如何处理?
  • Appendix 7:Background Questionnaire in Chinese Version
    1. 个人信息表格
  • Appendix 8:Chinese Proficiency Test
  • Appendix 9:Grammaticality Judgment Test in Chinese
    1. 语法接受度测试
  • Appendix 10:Key Words in the Chinese SRP Stimuli
    1. Group 1:
    2. Group 2:
    3. Group 3:
    4. Group 4:
  • Appendix 11:Stimuli in Chinese SPR Experiment
    1. Sentence Type 1:verbs as subject
    2. Sentence Type 2:verbs as object
    3. Sentence Type 3:pivotal sentence
    4. Sentence Type 4:verbs in series sentences

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