Masahiro Hara, associate professor of Japanese, presented a paper titled “Evidence against the shallow structure hypothesis from processing of scrambling in Japanese” at the 32nd Second Language Research Forum at Michigan State University Nov. 1. His paper “L2 processing of Japanese scrambling under the Parallel Architecture framework” appeared in Proceedings of the 10th Generative Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Conference. Hara’s paper “Evidence for L2 syntactic gap-processing in Japanese scrambling sentences” is forthcoming in Proceedings of the Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America 3 Conference. In addition, his paper “Second language gap processing of Japanese scrambling” has been accepted for inclusion in Second Language Processing and Parsing. Collaboration with Julie Minn, instructor of Chinese, and Xiaofen Chen, associate professor of economics, was essential in the preparation stage of the research.

School of Business faculty members Jim Turner
and Bryce Jones had their article, “The Fall of the Per Se Vertical Price Fixing Rule,” accepted for publication in the “Journal of Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues.”

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