Presentations

  • Jarvis, Scott (2019, October). “Crosslinguistic influence.” Invited lecture presented as part of the panel on Implicit statistical learning and crosslinguistic influence: Empirical approaches to investigating the relationship, Initiative for Multilingual Studies, Georgetown University, Washington DC, October 30, 2019. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 10/30/2019.
  • Kaivapalu, Annekatrin, & Jarvis, Scott (2019, August). Unconscious perception of cross-linguistic similarity in inflectional morphology. Paper presented at EuroSLA 29 (the annual meeting of the European Second Language Association), Lund, Sweden, August 31. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/31/2019.
  • Jarvis, Scott, Pavlenko, Aneta, & Hepford, Elizabeth (2019, July). How L2 speakers of English understand and misunderstand their Miranda rights. Paper presented at the biennial meeting of the International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL) 2019, Melbourne, Australia, July 1-5. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 07/03/2019.
  • Jarvis, Scott (2019, May). Nonnative speakers in the US legal system: (Mis)Understanding the police warning. Invited lecture presented in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, May 24, 2019. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 05/24/2019.
  • Jarvis, Scott (2019, March). Automated tools for investigating lexical diversity: Exploring what writers do differently when they try to increase their LD. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) 2019, Atlanta, Georgia, March 9-12. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/10/2019.
  • Jarvis, Scott, Raines, Torri, & Ward, Heidee (2018, October). L2 lexical recall: On the interplay of similarity, complexity, and depth of processing. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF 2018), Montreal, Canada, October 27, 2018. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/2018.
  • Jarvis, Scott (2018, September). Myths and mysteries of crosslinguistic influence. Plenary presented at the annual meeting of Intermountain TESOL (ITESOL 2018), Salt Lake City, Utah, September 29, 2018. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 09/29/2018.
  • Pavlenko, Aneta, Jarvis, Scott, & Hepford, Elizabeth (2018, April). How non-native speakers of English understand—and misunderstand—their Miranda rights. Invited paper presented at the Forum on Language and the Law: Non-Native Speakers of English in the Legal System, Salt Lake City, Utah, April 20, 2018. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 04/20/2018.
  • Jarvis, Scott (2018, March). Explorations in crosslinguistic influence. Invited lecture presented to the Department of Linguistics, University of Michigan, March 30, 2018. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 03/30/2018.
  • Pavlenko, Aneta, Jarvis, Scott, & Hepford, Elizabeth (2018, March). An illusion of understanding: How non-native speakers of English understand their Miranda rights. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) 2018, Chicago, Illinois, March 24-27. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/2018.
  • Jarvis, S. (2017, November). Vocabulary learning: Factors that affect how easy or difficult it is to learn words in an unrelated language. Invited lecture presented to the Department of English Philology, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain, November 13, 2017. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 11/13/2017.
  • Park, H-I., Jarvis, S., & Kim, J-E. (2017, October). Cross-cultural and cross-linguistic effects on motion event construal. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF 2017), Columbus, OH, October 14, 2017. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/14/2017.
  • Raines, T., Schaefer, P., Sormaz, O., & Jarvis, S. (2017, October). L2 word learning: Complexity, crosslinguistic similarity, depth of processing, and mnemonic strategies. Paper presented at the Second Language Research Forum (SLRF 2017), Columbus, OH, October 14, 2017. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 10/14/2017.
  • Austen, S., & Jarvis, S. (2017, September). Conceptual transfer effects in the L2 English of Italian L1 learners as they attempt to express distinct temporal concepts. Paper presented at EuroSLA 27 (the 27th annual meeting of the European Second Language Association), Reading, UK, September 1, 2017. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 09/01/2017.
  • Kaivapalu, A., & Jarvis, S. (2017, August). Exploring unconscious perceptions of morphological similarity between Estonian and Finnish. Paper presented at EuroSLA 27 (the 27th annual meeting of the European Second Language Association), Reading, UK, August 31, 2017. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 08/31/2017.
  • Jarvis, S. (2017, June). Differences between semantic and conceptual transfer, and the types of methods useful for investigating conceptual transfer. Invited lecture presented to the Department of Language and Linguistics, Centre for Languages and Literature, Lund University, Sweden, June 7, 2017. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 06/07/2017.
  • Pavlenko, A., & Jarvis, S. (2017, June). Bilingual semantics in a real-life context: Comprehension of legal rights. Paper presented at the International Symposium on Bilingualism (ISB11), Limerick, Ireland, June 11-15, 2017. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 06/2017.
  • Jarvis, S., Bimpong, W., LaRue, M., Qodri, A., Rohmayanti, N., Schaefer, P., Sears, C., & Weyand, L. (2017, April). The effects of crosslinguistic similarity and lexical complexity on L2 word learnability. Paper presented at The Languages Literatures, and Cultures Conference, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, April 21, 2017. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 04/21/2017.
  • Jarvis, S., Raines, T., Sormaz, O., Alharbi, T., West, L., Sudiman, N., Qin, Q., & Otsuji, N. (2017, March). Effects of crosslinguistic similarity of form and salience of meaning on L2 lexical recall. Paper presented at the Georgetown University Roundtable on Languages and Linguistics (GURT 2017), Georgetown University, Washington, DC, March 11, 2017. Conference Paper, Refereed, Presented, 03/11/2017.
  • Jarvis, S. (2017, February). Lexical diversity and the curious orderliness of language. Invited lecture presented to the Department of Linguistics, College of Humanities, University of Utah, February 23, 2017. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 02/23/2017.
  • Jarvis, S. (2017, February). Semantic and conceptual transfer. Invited lecture presented to the Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan (MultiLing), Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo, Norway, February 1, 2017. Invited Talk/Keynote, Presented, 02/01/2017.

Languages

  • Estonian, basic.
  • Finnish, fluent.
  • Swedish, functional.

Geographical Regions of Interest

  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • Åland Islands

Publications

  • Pavlenko, A. & Hepford, E., Jarvis, S. (2019). An illusion of understanding: How native and non-native speakers of English understand (and misunderstand) their Miranda rights. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law. Vol. 26. Published, 12/2019.
  • Jarvis, S. (2019). Lexical attrition. In M. S. Schmid & B. Köpke (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of language attrition (pp. 241-250). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Published, 09/2019.
    https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-oxford...
  • Jarvis, S., Alonso, R., & Crossley, S. (2019). Native language identification by human judges. In M. J. Gutierrez-Mangado, M. Martínez Adrián, & F. Gallardo Del Puerto (Eds.), Cross-linguistic influence: From empirical evidence to classroom practice (215-231). New York: Springer. Published, 07/2019.
    https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783030220655
  • Honko, M., Jarvis, S., & Vainio, S. (2019). Lukijat sanaston monimuotoisuutta määrittämässä: Leksikaalisen diversiteetin tarkastelua määrällisen ja laadullisen tutkimuksen rajapinnassa [Readers' perceptions of lexical diversity: Examining lexical diversity at the interface between quantitative and qualitative research]. Virittäjä, 123(1), 44-78. Published, 03/2019.
    https://journal.fi/virittaja/article/view/59025
  • Jarvis, S., Raines, T., Schaefer, P., & Sormaz, O., (2019). Effects of crosslinguistic similarity, complexity, and depth of processing on vocabulary recall. In R. P. Leow (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of second language research in classroom learning (pp. 273-285). New York: Routledge. Published, 02/2019.
    https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Handbook-o...
  • Vidal, K., & Jarvis, S. (in press). Effects of English-medium instruction on Spanish students’ proficiency and lexical diversity in English. Language Teaching Research, (volume, issue, and pagination pending). Accepted, 11/16/2018.
  • Jarvis S. (2017). Grounding lexical diversity in human judgments. Language Testing. Vol. 34, 537-553. Published, 10/01/2017.
  • Jarvis S. (2017). Transfer: An overview with an expanded scope. (pp. 12-28). Crosslinguistic influence and distinctive patterns of language learning: Findings and insights from a learner corpus. Published, 09/2017.
  • Golden A., Jarvis S. & Tenfjord K. (2017). Crosslinguistic influence and distinctive patterns of language learning: Findings and insights from a learner corpus. Multilingual Matters. Published, 09/2017.
  • Pavlenko A., Jarvis S., Melnyk S. & Sorokina A. (2017). Communicative relevance: Color references in bilingual and trilingual speakers. Bilingualism. Vol. 20, 853-866. Published, 08/01/2017.
  • Jarvis S. (2017). Lexical attrition. In M. S. Schmid & B. Köpke (Eds), Handbook on language attrition. Oxford University Press. Accepted, 03/15/2017.