Grammatical Acceptability Judgment Task

Alternate Names: Grammaticality Judgment Task

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Grammatical Acceptability Judgment Task

The Acceptabilty Judgment Task in which participants read sentences and rate their grammaticality.
Duration: 2 minutes
(Requires Inquisit Lab)
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Mills, J. A., & Hemsley, G. D. (January 01, 1976). The effect of level of education on judgments of grammatical acceptability. Language and Speech, 19, 4.)

Chraudron, C. (September 01, 1983). RESEARCH ON METALINGUISTIC JUDGMENTS: A REVIEW OF THEORY, METHODS, AND RESULTS. Language Learning, 33, 3, 343-377.

Hedgcock, J., & Lefkowitz, N. (October 01, 1993). Tuning in on ‘Prime Time’: Channel Effects in L2 Grammaticality Judgment Tasks. Foreign Language Annals, 26, 3, 297-307.

Sauro, S. (January 01, 2009). Computer-mediated corrective feedback and the development of L2 grammar.(second language)(Report). Language, Learning & Technology, 13, 1.)

Myers, J. (January 01, 2009). Syntactic Judgment Experiments. Language and Linguistics Compass, 3, 1, 406-423.

Ambridge, B. (April 01, 2013). How Do Children Restrict Their Linguistic Generalizations? An (Un-)Grammaticality Judgment Study. Cognitive Science, 37, 3, 508-543.