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The Australian National University

Dr Louise Jansen

Graduate Convenor, S1 (Applied Linguistics), Lecturer (German Studies)
ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences

Areas of expertise

  • Applied Linguistics And Educational Linguistics 200401
  • German Language 200307
  • Education Systems 1301

Research interests

Dr Jansen is interested in data-based theoretical research on second language acquisition in naturalistic and instructed settings. With respect to theory she is particularly interested in explanations of second language development and in relationships between theory and data. Dr Jansen's empirical work is conducted in the framework of Processability Theory and applied to the acquisition of German. A recent new direction in her research interests is in the relationship between explicit and implicit modes in second language acquisition.

Biography

Dr Louise Jansen is a lecturer in the Applied Linguistics and German Studies Programs in the School of Language Studies. She is also Overseas Studies Coordinator and Convenor of the German Studies Program in Semester1, 2009.

Publications

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Updated:  18 December 2017 / Responsible Officer:  Director (Research Services Division) / Page Contact:  Researchers