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Research interests

Second language cognition, practice and development of automaticity, usage-baed linguistics and cognitive linguistics, explicit and implicit learning and knowledge, study abroad, and task-based language teaching.


Maie, R. & DeKeyser, R. (in progress). There is more to explicit and implicit knowledge under incidental exposure: Contribution of new objective measures.

Maie, R. & Salen, B. (in progress). Taking a step into building task-based materials: An illustration of analysis of target discourse.

At public defense of my master’s thesis. With my mentors, from left: Dr. Steve Ross, Dr. Robert DeKeyser, and Dr. Mike Long.


Maie, R. (2019). Demystifying the complexity of individual differences under incidental conditions: A conceptual replication and extension. Paper presented at the American Association for Applied Linguistics 2019, Atlanta: GA.

Maie, R. & DeKeyser, R. (2018). Beyond boundaries: Combining methodological approaches to acquisition of explicit and implicit knowledge under an incidental condition. Paper presented at Second Language Research Forum 2018, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal: QC, Canada. [Slides]

Maie, R. & Salen, B. (2018). Task-based analysis of target discourse in media weather forecasts. Paper submitted for TESOL 2018 International Convention & English Language Expo, Chicago, IL, USA, 27 March 2018, Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons. [Slides]

At SLRF 2018